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Re: Theos-World test

Aug 24, 2007 06:13 PM
by Cass Silva

Predictably, unpredictable eh, but something has changed the semi-predictable patterns (based on past 100 year studies) take for example the arctic ice, the new global flooding.  I am not a chemist but where are the clouds getting all that extra moisture from?  In a closed system surely one would take from another to balance the overall pattern, but what we are seeing now is that the closed system, e.g. the arctic was part of the closed system only if it remained solid.
  The calendar, like the average man, is an invention and is predictable based on a 365 rotation, if the rotation changes so does the calendar, so that too is also non predictable.
  Cass wrote:
In a message dated 8/23/2007 9:33:39 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

I feel it in my bones that something major is changing, does anyone else?

Well, our weather is only predictable in that it is never predictable so 
this is annoying but sort of expected.

I think the only thing changing is the calendar and it always changes.

Chuck the Heretic

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