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Cousin works for Raytheon and said things are starting to unravel.

 
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I'm still at wits end at what to do if anything?? provisions and bugging in seem like the best option.
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Yup... If shit goes down, even if I'm in 'danger', I'm bugging in.... Not fleeing the area and getting stuck on the high way in a maze of cars from other people trying to flee.... I'd rather die in my own bed thank you.

nod1
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Hopefully not near the coast????
 Quoting: waitn4end


25-30 miles from the coast... Hopefully the Canary Islands don't drop into the ocean, although I always wanted beach front property. : )
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One or so mile from the central gulf coast here. Too bad I never learned to surf...although there are a few kite boarding rigs here, surf and land.

(Note to self: :charlie: Must learn to surf and turf kite board)

But seriously, I've lived on an island, in the mountains, and on the east and west coast of the states. I don't think there's any place without its concerns.

I also would bug in, wherever I am.

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Re: Cousin works for Raytheon and said things are starting to unravel.
Don't you mean your cousin's father told you?
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no, his cousin's father's best friend's daughter who works for Raytheon part time in the company cafeteria
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When I was living in Santa Barbara I DID know several engineers that worked for Raytheon just north in Goleta.

Two of them were optical engineers and these guys liked to PARTY!!! And talk! I never got any "inside information" at all other than space satellite projects they were working on. They showed me the 3D graphics programs on their home computers they were excited to be working with.

They're on the coast themselves. (Raytheon is located basically within walking distance to the beach). I don't talk with them any more, but when your relative and his co-workers move inland, it's time to follow. The guys I knew have families and homes (expensive area to live) and would selling their property, moving their kids and hightailing it out of there if they knew something was going to happen.

Maybe they are. I broke ties with them because the things hey liked to party with were out of my league. WAY out of my league.
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They are hiring for bakersfeild and Victorville. Are these new facilities ? I wonder? Check career builder that's where I seen the advertisement. If so then that would make sense to relocate the facilities to these two areas more than 200 miles from the coastline of Cali.
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Despite all the daily B.S. that gets posted here, this is actually plausible doom.

I live within 25 miles of the eastern coastline. Oh well. Worst case scenario I'll see you fockers on the other side.

charlie
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I think that about 85% of the world lives within 200 miles from the coast.
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BINGO. That is why so many are about to die.
Like it or not. BS all you wish.

The oceans and seas will be so "disturbed" by the planetary changes that they will come in and drown billions of folks who do not believe it will happen!

Of course, many will never hear of anything as the governments do not want to panic anyone. They are, sadly, expendable.
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What does it matter we're all going to die anyway.
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That is the reason the government will not release the information on the "incoming."

When the people find out what is coming...they will give-up on many things...like paying bills or going to work or trying to prepare...because why bother...we are all going to die anyway.
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What does it matter we're all going to die anyway.
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That is the reason the government will not release the information on the "incoming."

When the people find out what is coming...they will give-up on many things...like paying bills or going to work or trying to prepare...because why bother...we are all going to die anyway.
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We need to keep working so they can have supplies for the underground cities and bunkers.
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and these are targeted at the coastlines? BS
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LOL. Targeting the Coast Lines. LOL

He means that a strike would hit water because 70% of the Earth is water so thats where one would probably hit because of the odds.

So Ya. Coastlines are targets for Tsunami's from an Asteriod hitting the water.

Is it just me or are people really so stupid that when they read shit they just don't seem to read it really or just so stupid they don't understand what they read.
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Reading comprehension seems to be a lost art. But I am old...so maybe they just have not had the time to learn all the little facts that tie it all together.
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Re: Cousin works for Raytheon and said things are starting to unravel.
he wanted the warning to go out to people who would actually heed this warning. everybody else who i have talked to has blown me off. maybe this will reach a few of you. gods speed and good luck in the coming weeks.
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Tell your uncle to stop posing as your cousin, it's freaky and disturbing.
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5*'s for mentioning Raytheon...

They know a whole bunch.
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6 pages, not a bad troll job op

if any of you idiots checked this guys previous threads, he's well accomplished in the art of trolling

but that won't stop you dumb fucks from believing him, or the mods from pinning this crap
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bump
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EVERYONE. MOVE to Quebec, where the antichrist lives. Here, we have blue jedi lightsaber colored UFO that are likely to strike down any asteroids or meteor touching land.


I'm telling you, hurry the fuck up
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Re: Cousin works for Raytheon and said things are starting to unravel.
He said it's time to bug out if you live within 200 miles of a coast. The earth is going to be a shooting gallery in the coming weeks. He said impacts are coming from meteors and comet have and will destabilize the asteroid belt sending them our way. We will see many more events like the russian one.

He wanted me to let those who would listen to know. He said after the whole Russian debacle they, private and public agencies, began intently viewing the skies and found via space Tracking and Surveillance Systems many meteors heading this way. He said they have a high probability of impacting and the percentages have been increasing weekly.

Sorry for the bad news, I really don't know what I'm going to do? Prepare yourselves.
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comets do not destablize the asteroid belt
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^^^Yes agree this isn't how it works at all.

Plus it would be good for OP to explain why bug out 200 miles from the coast since asteroids and meteors land unpredictably.
I don't understand much at least I admit it, but not all asteroids originate in the asteroid belt right?
Or, we might just label a new branch of science called "Fanciful Mechanics".
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another doputinsuicide
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Despite all the daily B.S. that gets posted here, this is actually plausible doom.

I live within 25 miles of the eastern coastline. Oh well. Worst case scenario I'll see you fockers on the other side.

charlie
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I think that about 85% of the world lives within 200 miles from the coast.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33569884


BINGO. That is why so many are about to die.
Like it or not. BS all you wish.

The oceans and seas will be so "disturbed" by the planetary changes that they will come in and drown billions of folks who do not believe it will happen!

Of course, many will never hear of anything as the governments do not want to panic anyone. They are, sadly, expendable.
 Quoting: waitn4end


If what you say is true, then consider this... How many nuclear reactors lie within 200 miles of the coast line? So hypothetically, if what you say happens, where is anyone going to run to for safety if all these facilities are melting down and spewing radiation into the atmosphere? Sounds like those who would be running or relocating would only be delaying the inevitable.

That being said, I'm not convinced that things will play out in this manner....

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger"
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EVERYONE. MOVE to Quebec, where the antichrist lives. Here, we have blue jedi lightsaber colored UFO that are likely to strike down any asteroids or meteor touching land.


I'm telling you, hurry the fuck up
:fleab:
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why do you say that?
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Despite all the daily B.S. that gets posted here, this is actually plausible doom.

I live within 25 miles of the eastern coastline. Oh well. Worst case scenario I'll see you fockers on the other side.

charlie
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what state on the east coast?
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I don't guys a buddy at Northrop Grumman is saying similar things....he is going on vacation in a week....not going to a resort or a beach or anything....going to Colorado family gonna go skiing...lthis from a man who absolutely hates cold weather.....
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Why stay away from the coastal areas when asteroids could just as easily land in the mountains or anywhere for that matter.
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Can't you get the facts????????????

The rocks can land anywhere. It is the water that will kill you!!!!!!!!!

Primary concern for the most water rise is the pole shift. The earth will "slip" and perhaps stop...but the water will keep moving and slosh onto the land, flow for maybe 200 miles...then return to changed ocean beds.

The size of the incoming rocks may be small enough not to cause big waves...or so huge that they create huge waves.
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He said the public will not be notified by there governments.
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If people die, then the government will be guilty of conspiracy and an accessory to a killer.
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cruise
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I'm still at wits end at what to do if anything?? provisions and bugging in seem like the best option.
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I suspect your posts could very well be true OP.
Even if they are we wouldnt be told anyway because there would be no point in creating panic.
I been hanging close to home all this year and plan to keep doing so.Nothing we can do about anything anyway but I just want to be at home if anything Space wise or otherwise happens.
We all need to just live for the moment from now on.
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Despite all the daily B.S. that gets posted here, this is actually plausible doom.

I live within 25 miles of the eastern coastline. Oh well. Worst case scenario I'll see you fockers on the other side.

charlie
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what state on the east coast?
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Looking to bug out at my place?

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Despite all the daily B.S. that gets posted here, this is actually plausible doom.

I live within 25 miles of the eastern coastline. Oh well. Worst case scenario I'll see you fockers on the other side.

charlie
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I think that about 85% of the world lives within 200 miles from the coast.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33569884


BINGO. That is why so many are about to die.
Like it or not. BS all you wish.

The oceans and seas will be so "disturbed" by the planetary changes that they will come in and drown billions of folks who do not believe it will happen!

Of course, many will never hear of anything as the governments do not want to panic anyone. They are, sadly, expendable.
 Quoting: waitn4end


If what you say is true, then consider this... How many nuclear reactors lie within 200 miles of the coast line? So hypothetically, if what you say happens, where is anyone going to run to for safety if all these facilities are melting down and spewing radiation into the atmosphere? Sounds like those who would be running or relocating would only be delaying the inevitable.

That being said, I'm not convinced that things will play out in this manner....
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


As the pirate said, "Them's what dies is the lucky ones."

I am bugging in...and just hoping for the best. Whatever happens it will be an adventure of a lifetime. In the long run I am just waitn4the end.popcorn
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As the pirate said, "Them's what dies is the lucky ones."

I am bugging in...and just hoping for the best. Whatever happens it will be an adventure of a lifetime. In the long run I am just waitn4the end.popcorn
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I can agree with that.

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Don't you mean your cousin's father told you?
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no, his cousin's father's best friend's daughter who works for Raytheon part time in the company cafeteria
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When I was living in Santa Barbara I DID know several engineers that worked for Raytheon just north in Goleta.

Two of them were optical engineers and these guys liked to PARTY!!! And talk! I never got any "inside information" at all other than space satellite projects they were working on. They showed me the 3D graphics programs on their home computers they were excited to be working with.

They're on the coast themselves. (Raytheon is located basically within walking distance to the beach). I don't talk with them any more, but when your relative and his co-workers move inland, it's time to follow. The guys I knew have families and homes (expensive area to live) and would selling their property, moving their kids and hightailing it out of there if they knew something was going to happen.

Maybe they are. I broke ties with them because the things hey liked to party with were out of my league. WAY out of my league.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 35834499


They are hiring for bakersfeild and Victorville. Are these new facilities ? I wonder? Check career builder that's where I seen the advertisement. If so then that would make sense to relocate the facilities to these two areas more than 200 miles from the coastline of Cali.
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Bakersfield is 95 miles from the coast, Victorville is 77 miles from the coast, a tsunami doesn't take the freeway!

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Does this have anything to do with taco bell not ordering meat after april 22?

OMG we're friggin doomed5a5a5a
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i'm only telling you what i have been told from a very reliable person. he has no reason to lie about this.
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OP, I don't know if you're for real or not. If you are, then thanks for the heads up. We're in the fluffy cloud and the galactic plane, all dirty air.

I had a weird dream a couple of years ago. I had bought some jr. mining stock, and something good was happening with this less than a penny stock. But, it's in Peru, and unexpected shifting was going on. But, I was all excited, and then my husband called. He was on his way home from work. Little space rocks on fire were hitting everywhere around. The landscape was a mass of little fires on both sides of the road, and he was worried about getting home safely. The sky was very red, maybe from the fires, or because it was near sunset.
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I think that about 85% of the world lives within 200 miles from the coast.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33569884


BINGO. That is why so many are about to die.
Like it or not. BS all you wish.

The oceans and seas will be so "disturbed" by the planetary changes that they will come in and drown billions of folks who do not believe it will happen!

Of course, many will never hear of anything as the governments do not want to panic anyone. They are, sadly, expendable.
 Quoting: waitn4end


If what you say is true, then consider this... How many nuclear reactors lie within 200 miles of the coast line? So hypothetically, if what you say happens, where is anyone going to run to for safety if all these facilities are melting down and spewing radiation into the atmosphere? Sounds like those who would be running or relocating would only be delaying the inevitable.

That being said, I'm not convinced that things will play out in this manner....
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


As the pirate said, "Them's what dies is the lucky ones."

I am bugging in...and just hoping for the best. Whatever happens it will be an adventure of a lifetime. In the long run I am just waitn4the end.popcorn
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Good point.

Life really isn't short after all...it's the longest thing we'll ever live to do.
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i'm only telling you what i have been told from a very reliable person. he has no reason to lie about this.
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OP, I don't know if you're for real or not. If you are, then thanks for the heads up. We're in the fluffy cloud and the galactic plane, all dirty air.

I had a weird dream a couple of years ago. I had bought some jr. mining stock, and something good was happening with this less than a penny stock. But, it's in Peru, and unexpected shifting was going on. But, I was all excited, and then my husband called. He was on his way home from work. Little space rocks on fire were hitting everywhere around. The landscape was a mass of little fires on both sides of the road, and he was worried about getting home safely. The sky was very red, maybe from the fires, or because it was near sunset.
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Just today, I mentally asked the question if anything was gonna' happen in the next few months that would be disruptive. A scene of a tsunami-like wave coming in from the coast popped into my mind. My next question was where. I saw a "picture" of the east coast with different colored sections. I have the impression that the mid-Atlantic states would get the worst. North and South Carolina a little less. Coast of Georgia to Jacksonville, Florida, would be affected even less so. Gulf coast of Florida not at all.
Shortly after that, I flipped on the computer, checked in at GLP and was drawn to this thread.

I have family in Savannah and Jacksonville, so this is a concern. On the other hand, I live in the desert in the West; there are no bodies of water in my area so a tsunami is not likely.

Just know that the answers to one's particular circumstances come from spiritual sources -- a dream, an insight, a flash, a thought that nags at you -- that comes naturally by clearing the mind and asking within. If you need to take action, you will be *inspired* to do so.

In my case, the opposite is true. I have food and water stored that would last a few weeks already so that's taken care of, but, at the same time, I feel like it doesn't matter at all -- that nothing matters anymore.

Things -- life, the universe, and everything -- seem surreal. Out of sync. Twilight Zone. Something's up. And I believe that's why people, as well as the government, are acting so crazy lately. Everybody can *feel* it (whatever *It* is). You don't have to have a "cousin" somewhere in the know, because you can feel it yourself.

But if it's your time, it's your time. And that's all there is to it.
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Re: Cousin works for Raytheon and said things are starting to unravel.
My uncle from Star Fleet Command hailed me. He said the Mars Defense Perimeter is fully operational and we have nothing to worry about.
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Cool man the mars defence perimeter is functional i like that shit lol anyway back to reality can anyone from raytheon say if the op is lieing or truhful please speak now
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and these are targeted at the coastlines? BS
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the oceans make up 70% of the earth if a meteor of any significant size were to hit the ocean it would cause what is called a super wave that can reach up to 1 mile high traveling 500 mph. so yeah the coasts are at risk.
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Courtney Brown right again! 5a
Thread: Just conducted a new research on annual big quakes that happened since 2010. August 20-30 2014???

Thread: Incoming planet-sized object to create tidal waves on Earth July.27 - thru August 2014

"For 2 consecutive years, lots of rumors concerning big earthquakes and pole shifts caused by a celestial object to occur around the date of August 17 has been circulating on the internet from sources like John Moore and Mike Harris (Nibiru Aug 17 2012) and Pattie Brassard (Mag 15 quake Aug 17 2013).....Is there in any way a chance that the real date could actually be this year? .....August 17 2014???" ----Solar Guardian
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He said it's time to bug out if you live within 200 miles of a coast. The earth is going to be a shooting gallery in the coming weeks. He said impacts are coming from meteors and comet have and will destabilize the asteroid belt sending them our way. We will see many more events like the russian one.

He wanted me to let those who would listen to know. He said after the whole Russian debacle they, private and public agencies, began intently viewing the skies and found via space Tracking and Surveillance Systems many meteors heading this way. He said they have a high probability of impacting and the percentages have been increasing weekly.

Sorry for the bad news, I really don't know what I'm going to do? Prepare yourselves.
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nice story from your uncle. however, just because he says it, doesn't make it true.

once again, us skeptics rule
and you true believers are yet again played the fool.
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Re: Cousin works for Raytheon and said things are starting to unravel.
Went outside and saw the comet last night and the hairs on the back of my neck began to stand on end. It was beautiful but I felt really weird looking at it, like this will start getting real soon.

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