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See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.

 
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See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
The wave doesn't seem high for the time being, in the middle of the ocean, but when reaching the coasts, the wave will be far higher and deadlier. Plenty of domino effects. The trigger was a 'simple' earthquake (coronavirus). The outcome will be a full world collapse (pandemy, economy, then war).
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
The wave doesn't seem high for the time being, in the middle of the ocean, but when reaching the coasts, the wave will be far higher and deadlier. Plenty of domino effects. The trigger was a 'simple' earthquake (coronavirus). The outcome will be a full world collapse (pandemy, economy, then war).
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The wave doesn't seem high for the time being, in the middle of the ocean, but when reaching the coasts, the wave will be far higher and deadlier. Plenty of domino effects. The trigger was a 'simple' earthquake (coronavirus). The outcome will be a full world collapse (pandemy, economy, then war).
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Finally
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
That is why there are so many naysayers.

From afar, the wave seems ridiculously small and too far to be a threat. People believe that the earthquake, the force of which remains fully unknown, still is localised in a tiny perimeter where life disappear, while few tremors are felt in remote places.

It takes times to approach the shores. More time here and there, according to the distance from the epicenter. But, due to the elevation of the seabed close to the coasts, depending on the relief here and there, the height of the wave will vary according to the places. But at the end of the day, all the coasts will be damaged.
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
i don't want to die painful and slow
i'd rather get hit by that micro nova-quick and fast
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i don't want to die painful and slow
i'd rather get hit by that micro nova-quick and fast
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There is hope. Those people seeing the metaphorical wave coming still have time to go up on the metaphorical mountains...like Jesus Christ told it the disciple in Matthew 24.
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i don't want to die painful and slow
i'd rather get hit by that micro nova-quick and fast
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There is hope. Those people seeing the metaphorical wave coming still have time to go up on the metaphorical mountains...like Jesus Christ told it to the disciples in Matthew 24: 'flee to the mountains'.
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Fixed.

Christ was not a fearmonger. He just saw the future...
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
Do you see the horizon slightly bumping far in the middle of the ocean?
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
FUKU is a slow motion doom tsunami of radiation spreading the world over and bioaccumulating in humans, animals and plants.

And its effects will be realised sooner than most think of it.
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FUKU is a slow motion doom tsunami of radiation spreading the world over and bioaccumulating in humans, animals and plants.

And its effects will be realised sooner than most think of it.
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It won't take 9 years to see dramatic effects of the coronavir on US.
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
I think it's more akin to a wild fire.
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I think it's more akin to a wild fire.
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Yes, that could be compared to a wild fire too. But what I see is rather something that suddenly appears very dangerous - a higher wave - once reaching the continental plateau.
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
That is why there are so many naysayers.

From afar, the wave seems ridiculously small and too far to be a threat. People believe that the earthquake, the force of which remains fully unknown, still is localised in a tiny perimeter where life disappear, while few tremors are felt in remote places.

It takes times to approach the shores. More time here and there, according to the distance from the epicenter. But, due to the elevation of the seabed close to the coasts, depending on the relief here and there, the height of the wave will vary according to the places. But at the end of the day, all the coasts will be damaged.
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I totally agree - creeping death.

Just as in the days of Noah - everyone eating and drinking and making merry, thinking "nothing's happening, nothing is going to happen."

As someone else said - even just the economic impacts are going to be devastating. And now there are rumors that Russia thinks (and so does China some say) that the US might be responsible for the virus. Can you imagine what they, China, would do if they truly believed that?

Nation shall rise against nation...

And I get that we have all been through the false dooms for YEARS here on this forum. But this one truly does feel different to me. I have been saying that the last sign for me will be Betelgeuse - if that thing goes supernova, there will be NO DOUBT in my mind what time it is. Even if it doesn't, I still think we might be there.

But considering that is supposed to create a spectacle in the sky, the likes of which has never been seen since humans were on the earth - well, that would be pretty convincing to me.

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Well put!
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
That is why there are so many naysayers.

From afar, the wave seems ridiculously small and too far to be a threat. People believe that the earthquake, the force of which remains fully unknown, still is localised in a tiny perimeter where life disappear, while few tremors are felt in remote places.

It takes times to approach the shores. More time here and there, according to the distance from the epicenter. But, due to the elevation of the seabed close to the coasts, depending on the relief here and there, the height of the wave will vary according to the places. But at the end of the day, all the coasts will be damaged.
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My point is to say that people just see the surface - the instant official numbers - while they disregard the seabed changing with time while the wave is running fast toward the coasts...still far enough from the wave for the time being.
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
But why war? I heard this a lot but never figured out the relation
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
I think it's more akin to a wild fire.
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I'm with ya
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
But why war? I heard this a lot but never figured out the relation
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Because war is the only move left when the financial collapse, following the economic collapse, takes place.
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
That is why there are so many naysayers.

From afar, the wave seems ridiculously small and too far to be a threat. People believe that the earthquake, the force of which remains fully unknown, still is localised in a tiny perimeter where life disappear, while few tremors are felt in remote places.

It takes times to approach the shores. More time here and there, according to the distance from the epicenter. But, due to the elevation of the seabed close to the coasts, depending on the relief here and there, the height of the wave will vary according to the places. But at the end of the day, all the coasts will be damaged.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74996941


I totally agree - creeping death.

Just as in the days of Noah - everyone eating and drinking and making merry, thinking "nothing's happening, nothing is going to happen."

As someone else said - even just the economic impacts are going to be devastating. And now there are rumors that Russia thinks (and so does China some say) that the US might be responsible for the virus. Can you imagine what they, China, would do if they truly believed that?

Nation shall rise against nation...

And I get that we have all been through the false dooms for YEARS here on this forum. But this one truly does feel different to me. I have been saying that the last sign for me will be Betelgeuse - if that thing goes supernova, there will be NO DOUBT in my mind what time it is. Even if it doesn't, I still think we might be there.

But considering that is supposed to create a spectacle in the sky, the likes of which has never been seen since humans were on the earth - well, that would be pretty convincing to me.

hiding
 Quoting: Blue_Triquetra


I think one of the problems with getting people to see what's happening is that (in general) people's attention spans have decreased so much, and this is not happening fast enough to hold their attention.

And, from disaster movies, everything happens really fast and wraps up in a couple of hours.

This is different. It's slow. But it's coming. And many will be caught unprepared. Just as in the days of Noah.
"This is the way the world ends, not with a bang but with a gasp."

Stephen King, Under the Dome
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
That is why there are so many naysayers.

From afar, the wave seems ridiculously small and too far to be a threat. People believe that the earthquake, the force of which remains fully unknown, still is localised in a tiny perimeter where life disappear, while few tremors are felt in remote places.

It takes times to approach the shores. More time here and there, according to the distance from the epicenter. But, due to the elevation of the seabed close to the coasts, depending on the relief here and there, the height of the wave will vary according to the places. But at the end of the day, all the coasts will be damaged.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74996941


I totally agree - creeping death.

Just as in the days of Noah - everyone eating and drinking and making merry, thinking "nothing's happening, nothing is going to happen."

As someone else said - even just the economic impacts are going to be devastating. And now there are rumors that Russia thinks (and so does China some say) that the US might be responsible for the virus. Can you imagine what they, China, would do if they truly believed that?

Nation shall rise against nation...

And I get that we have all been through the false dooms for YEARS here on this forum. But this one truly does feel different to me. I have been saying that the last sign for me will be Betelgeuse - if that thing goes supernova, there will be NO DOUBT in my mind what time it is. Even if it doesn't, I still think we might be there.

But considering that is supposed to create a spectacle in the sky, the likes of which has never been seen since humans were on the earth - well, that would be pretty convincing to me.

hiding
 Quoting: Blue_Triquetra


I think one of the problems with getting people to see what's happening is that (in general) people's attention spans have decreased so much, and this is not happening fast enough to hold their attention.

And, from disaster movies, everything happens really fast and wraps up in a couple of hours.

This is different. It's slow. But it's coming. And many will be caught unprepared. Just as in the days of Noah.
 Quoting: John_the_Baptist_

I totally agree. hf
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
Here we go...

Thread: BREAKING- URGENT- SINGAPORE PREPARING FOR CORONAVIRUS BANK RUN, THIS COULD SPREAD to CHINA & BEYOND, THEN WW3
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Re: See the Coronavirus as a HUGE TSUNAMI in SLOW MOTION after an earthquake.
That is why there are so many naysayers.

From afar, the wave seems ridiculously small and too far to be a threat. People believe that the earthquake, the force of which remains fully unknown, still is localised in a tiny perimeter where life disappear, while few tremors are felt in remote places.

It takes times to approach the shores. More time here and there, according to the distance from the epicenter. But, due to the elevation of the seabed close to the coasts, depending on the relief here and there, the height of the wave will vary according to the places. But at the end of the day, all the coasts will be damaged.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74996941


I totally agree - creeping death.

Just as in the days of Noah - everyone eating and drinking and making merry, thinking "nothing's happening, nothing is going to happen."

As someone else said - even just the economic impacts are going to be devastating. And now there are rumors that Russia thinks (and so does China some say) that the US might be responsible for the virus. Can you imagine what they, China, would do if they truly believed that?

Nation shall rise against nation...

And I get that we have all been through the false dooms for YEARS here on this forum. But this one truly does feel different to me. I have been saying that the last sign for me will be Betelgeuse - if that thing goes supernova, there will be NO DOUBT in my mind what time it is. Even if it doesn't, I still think we might be there.

But considering that is supposed to create a spectacle in the sky, the likes of which has never been seen since humans were on the earth - well, that would be pretty convincing to me.

hiding
 Quoting: Blue_Triquetra


I think one of the problems with getting people to see what's happening is that (in general) people's attention spans have decreased so much, and this is not happening fast enough to hold their attention.

And, from disaster movies, everything happens really fast and wraps up in a couple of hours.

This is different. It's slow. But it's coming. And many will be caught unprepared. Just as in the days of Noah.
 Quoting: John_the_Baptist_


Great observations. Everyone is so used to instant gratification or fulfillment. I don't think most people could conceive of something so massive happening over such a long timescale - long for them anyway.





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