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With SO MUCH GOING ON....are we approaching SINGULARITY/Timewave Zero?

 
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With SO MUCH GOING ON....are we approaching SINGULARITY/Timewave Zero?
The LAPD manhunt
The historic, epic Blizzard Nemo
Pope Benedict resigning
Obama's State of the Union (and whatever follows it...EO-wise)

All this in the span of a few days...Is it possible the concept of "novelty" is increasing as we approach a certain point in "time"...?

As a spiral nears its endpoint, it begins to wobble and sometimes wobbles uncontrollably.

This is certainly an interesting time to be alive, that much is certain.
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Re: With SO MUCH GOING ON....are we approaching SINGULARITY/Timewave Zero?
Dorner "story" continues to be more unbelievable and outrageous with each plot turn...I wonder if he will be confirmed DOA, when I check the news in the morning, or if he somehow escaped, or perhaps was never even in that cabin which was a purposeful conflagration.....


Seriously, this past week I have been so thankful for GLP, keeping me ahead of the curve re: breaking events!



But, consider novelty and time, and just HOW MUCH things appear to have been unraveling this week!!!


Add in: The State of the Union speech,
*another* Executive Order,
Asteroid-doom in two days?
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