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Weather Channel Airing New Series Which Includes "Rogue Planet" Scenarios

 
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Weather Channel Airing New Series Which Includes "Rogue Planet" Scenarios
TWC is airing a new series called "Forecasting the End." In one of the below videos, a guy describes a scenario of how a rogue planet entering our solar system would be known before it possibly hit the Earth.

Droughts, freak storms, and more would all be signs of its effect on our planet once it entered the system. Pretty impressive description, but is it wrong I busted out laughing when I realized once again that mainstream is going doomstream? What's up with that? lol

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Re: Weather Channel Airing New Series Which Includes "Rogue Planet" Scenarios
The question is, why? It's just odd that there's actually demand for this from the Weather Channel. It seems to play directly on fears of conspiracy theorists. As if to say, yes, there really is a possibility of a rogue planet coming and wreaking havoc (albeit incredibly rare) and here's why you should be afraid of it. The key here is fear. We're talking about the fracking Weather Channel. The Weather Channel has become a part of the fear-based agenda of the MSM, and that says something.

It's like there's a little competition going on between the MSM. Who can best validate the fears of the masses to keep eyes glued and ratings high? Who can push the envelope the furthest? The Weather Channel is saying, "come to us, we will validate your fears!" with this new program.

We could always look at all these space threats for what they are. A part of living in a universe such as ours, in a galaxy such as ours, amidst a lot of other dust and rock, and god knows what else. That should just be common understanding, nothing to fear. A part of the contract for being alive at all. We should be grateful and show compassion for these "threats." And maybe think a bit about how to sustainably defend ourselves against some of the more manageable threats (diverting asteroids, etc).

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