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Can the past tell us something about the future?

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08/01/2012 02:25 PM
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Can the past tell us something about the future?
I saw a thread before where the OP converted the date of the March 11th 2011 tsunami into the number 11311, subtracted that number of days from the tsunami and found that 11311 days before 11/3/11 the date was Saturday, March 22, 1980. The day that the center cluster of the Georgia Guidestones was erected. Coincidence?

Well I decided to try the same with the predicted Olympic doom dates I've seen.

First I tried August 2nd 2012 or 2812

here are the results:

Calculation results

From date:Thursday, August 2, 2012

Subtracted 2812 days 02/08/12

Resulting date: Saturday, November 20, 2004

WIKI - [link to en.wikipedia.org]

November 20, 2004

María Isabel from Spain wins the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004. (JESC)
NASA launches a satellite, named Swift, to investigate gamma ray bursts. (BBC)
The 25th annual BBC Children in Need telethon has raised over £17 million (£1.5 million more than in 2003). (BBC)
The Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France (CRIF), an umbrella group of French Jewish organisations, accused the French government of failing to protect citizens from broadcasts by Hezbollah's al-Manar TV, which includes films that CRIF claims are anti-Semitic and incite Muslims to attack jewish people. (Reuters-Haaretz)
A small China Eastern airlines jet, an Bombardier CRJ2000, crashes in Mongolia, causing the deaths of 53 persons. (CNN)
Indian policemen and soldiers of the Indian Army recover 300 kg of RDX from a grocery store near the southern Kashmir town of Anantnag, 55 km from Srinagar. This is the biggest ever explosive haul in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. (The Hindu) (Indian Express)
The Madras High Court in India dismisses the bail petition of Kanchi Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi, the prime accused in the murder of temple manager Sankararaman. (Times of India)


The second one I tried was August 4th 2012. This one gave me Wednesday, June 2, 1999 but a google search didn't give me anything substantial. So I tried the number 40812 from this date (04/08/12). This number brought me to the date Thursday, November 8, 1900 The day that Margaret Mitchell was born

History.com - [link to www.history.com]

On this day in 1900, Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone with the Wind (1936), is born in Atlanta, Georgia.

Gone with the wind conspiracy anyone?

WIKI - [link to en.wikipedia.org]

November 8, 1900 (Thursday)

The Doubleday, Page & Company published Theodore Dreiser's novel Sister Carrie over the protests of company president Frank Nelson Doubleday, who had been on a business trip when Dreiser was offered, and accepted, a contract. Doubleday considered the novel to be immoral because its heroine was a "fallen woman"; Dreiser refused to call of the deal, and Doubleday's lawyer advised the company that it had no choice but to publish. Doubleday did not promote the novel, and the edition printed by the British Heniemann publishing firm gained Dreiser's fame.[13]
Born: Margaret Mitchell, American writer (Gone With The Wind), in Atlanta; (killed 1949); and Charlie Paddock, American runner and Olympic gold medalist, 1920; in Gainesville, Texas (killed 1943)
Died: Sir Rajinder Singh, 28, GCSI, the Maharaja of Patiala, after a short illness. Educated at the University of Cambridge, he was a reform-minded ruler and was called "the best polo player in India" and "the first reigning Prince to blend the elements of the English gentleman and Indian potentate".[14] He was succeeded by his nine year old son, Bhupinder Singh of Patiala.

Anything interesting there?

I checked some other dates like the closing ceremony 12/08/18 but I didn't really find anything.

Fail? What do you think?