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Natural Disasters (Article) - 6/17/2008 1:02:32 PM
"Natural Disasters" is a provocative article in which the author asserts that earth is going through an energy-based adjustment shift and that humanity is going through an awakening process. What the article does not cite is the basis for these conclusions. Are we talking a cataclysmic and/or biblical end of the earth or a major geophysical change resulting perhaps from global warming? And as to humanity, are we talking about an awakening in a spiritual sense or perhaps a newly aroused sense of awareness as relates to our modern society and political and relationship issues? The article raises issues by way of assertions and cites absolutely nothing to support the assertions. It might as well be flatly proclaimed that in the coming time, the physical size of the earth will be diminishing in volume and that humanity will be experiencing a social implosion. Major earthquakes, flooding, tornadoes and volcanic eruptions have been occurring with regularity since the creation of the earth, and humanity has been in a state of communal flux since societies were first formed. Everything is different but nothing has really changed. Natural "disasters" are a settled part of our global history. We have "awakenings" of mankind every time we discover some simple truth, such as Copernicus declaring the sun is the center of our universe, even though it took the entrenched and egocentric church establishments hundreds years to acknowlege its truth. Without some basis for testing the truth of declared assertions, I remain convinced that though everything is different, nothing has really changed since our very beginning. Physical laws of nature never change, and humanity remains self-aborbed with its own sense of importance. To my simple mind, the article "Natural Disasters" is nothing more than farmers' gossip about how "the weather is achangin'." I remain open to future articles to clarify my thinking. Richard

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