I was getting a massage when the earthquake hit last Tuesday. I thought: "Wow! This is really one earth-shaking body work session!"

Check it out, folks. Now, there's a major hurricane slamming the east coast of the U.S. this weekend, too.

Are you still resisting? Read up on my blog about The Wave HERE.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sorry I've been away from your blog for so long, but this one caught my eye.

Keep in mind that this comment is not intended to question the validity of the "Wave" as you've defined it.

But I have to question the tactic of using natural disasters to validate the proof of its existence. Natural disasters, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes etc. happen in some point of the world almost every day. And statistically there will always be clumps of incidences now and then; just like when you flip a coin it's very likely that at some point heads will come up 4 or 5 times in a row. To say such-and-such must be coming because there was an earthquake, is not that far, statistically speaking, as claiming that such-and-such is coming because the sun is shining. And furthermore what is it exactly that makes this earthquake and/or hurricane different from all the other earthquakes and hurricanes 10, 20, 30 or 100 years ago when the "Wave" presumably wasn't on the horizon?

I'm sure there must be many of other pieces of evidence out there to help you prove the cause. But I find this method of proof as disingenuous at best and at worst extremely manipulative.

Sorry Pete, but you went the route of the end-of-the-worlders on this one. An earthquake is not a sign of the Apocalypse, it's not a sign of the "Wave", and it's not a sign that the Met's will win every game for the rest of the year and then go on to win the World Series, it's just an earthquake.


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