What Is Going On In The World??

Ok, so I have to throw this out there. What is going on in the world today? I’ve been doing a lot of research on just what is going to happen and to be honest I can’t really make any sense of most of it. All I do know, something is going to happen.
Now, I may not be able to make sense of it as there is just too much to go through, so here’s where I need your help.
David Icke talks about the Annunaki and Nibiru.
I can believe what he says about there being this Planet and that it could have intelligent life on it that has been to Earth before. I can also believe what he says about the New World Order and the Illuminati because everyone knows that the most influential people on this world are the most crooked.
But people are also saying that he is a disinformation agent. So what’s a girl supposed to believe?
Then we have the ‘Moving Stars’. Now I know for certain that this is real as I’ve seen the stars move myself more than once. Only I don’t know what they are. If they were really just stars would they be moving around like that and changing colour? Could they be satellites or UFO’s?
There is also the Polar Shift. What’s going to happen if that’s real? I’ve been told that if you are not at least 800 feet above sea level there’s a slim chance of survival.
Is this all connected, or is it separate events that all seem to be happening at the same time?
I believe that there could be truth in the Mayan Prophecies, but will it really be the End of The World, or is it just the end of a chapter and the start of a new one?
I’d like your views and opinions on this as I’d like to be completely prepared for whatever is going to happen. Please leave your comments below.

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4 thoughts on “What Is Going On In The World??

  1. Nothing is going to happen. The whole 2012/Nibiru deal is a combination of made-up pseudoscience, paranoid conspiracy mongering, and outright fraud. There is no planet Nibiru; Icke is neither an astronomer nor archeologist.

    It’s no wonder that you are confused – 2012 conspiratologists – like most – start out with a wholly invented, pre-determined conclusion and then cherry-pick “facts” out of the air that appear to substantiate their premise, even if the relationship to their premise is non-existant and the “facts” complete nonsense, such as the idea that since no evidence to support their claims exist, the lack of proof is actually evidence of a cover-up to deny the “truth.”

    That’s the opposite of true research, in which you investigate a problem (“Is there a planet Nibiru?”), discover factual information pertininent to the subject (“There is no scientific or historic basis for this belief”), and *then* come up with the logical conclusion (“No, there is no Planet Nibiru.”)

    As for “moving stars” – there are literally thousands of moving objects in the sky that are not stars or planets – aircraft, rockets, spacecraft, space stations, satellites, space junk (discarded rocket boosters, deactivated satellites, etc.), meteors, high-energy ionic discharges in the upper atmosphere, etc. The International Space Station is quite visible to the naked eye and can easily be seen moving in orbit. In any case, if the fabled giant-sized planet were moving and approaching earth for a rendevous in December, it would be clearly visible to everyone by now.

    Contrary to belief among 2012 conspiratologists, there is no world-wide organization of professional astronomers subject to a shadowy NWO governmental order to keep the planet a secret. You would not be able to keep the secret from the hundreds of thousands of amatuer astronomers, for one thing.

    • Thank you for your comment and link, you’ve made some good points.
      The problem I have is that if there is nothing going on or going to happen, why are so many people talking about it?
      I am a bit of a sci-fi geek so maybe that’s why I’m susceptible to things sci-fi related, but I don’t believe that the things I see moving in the sky are just ‘space junk’. The universe is just to big not to believe that there could be some other intelligent beings out there.

      • I totally agree that the universe must hold other intelligent life. So do many other rational, scientific folks. That being said, there is no reason to suspect that it is interested in us, or that anyone out there even knows we are here, and the size of the universe is one of the biggest reasons *why* the possibility is so remote.

        The universe, as “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy” author Douglas Adams put it, is *big*. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. It may seem impressive that we’re exploring the solar system with little robots, but we’ve yet to have one of our space probes cross over into true interstellar space. The closest star, Alpha Centauri, 4.3 light-years away from earth, or 25.6 trillion miles – nearly 300,000 times the distance from the Earth to the sun. It takes 4.3 YEARS for the light from that star system – traveling at 183,000 miles per second – to reach us. The fastest spaceships ever launched, the Voyager 1 and 2 space probes, aren’t nearly that speedy, not by a long shot. If they were aimed at Alpha Centauri, it would take tens of thousands of years for them to get there.

        The point is, interstellar space travel is hard, and there’s no special reason for extraterrestrial intelligence to visit us. We are a young race technologically and culturally by the galactic scale. Our oldest radio and television transmissions are less than a century old – even assuming anyone out there happened to have a radio telescope pointed at us, our signals, traveling at the speed of light, would have travelled omindirectionally encompassing a sphere less than 100 light years in radius. The odds of an advanced, intelligent civilization capable of interstellar travel even *existing* within that sphere is staggeringly remote, and the prospect of one detecting our weak-ass local radio transmissions and deciding to investigate even more so.

        These are just a sample of the practical issues to be had with the notion that advanced interstellar beings are visiting us. There are a lot more practical, physical and logical problems with the idea. That’s not to say it’s totally impossible – just very, very, very, very unlikely.

        If contact with another civilization is made, it will most likely be the interception of electromagnetic signals from very far away. That is what the SETI project is for – UFO believers are not the only folks watching the skies. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Search_for_extraterrestrial_intelligence).

  2. “If nothing is going on or going to happen, why are so many people talking about it?”

    That’s not a logical argument. A lot of people *talk* about ghosts, Bigfoot and Santa Claus, but that doesn’t mean they exist. A look up in the sky *tonight* will tell you there is no giant planet rushing toward the earth. If such were the case, at this point – less than two months from the alleged impact – it would be impossible NOT to see it.

    The reason the 2012/Nibiru meme got started is the way a lot of nonsense on the Interget gets around – someone posts something online, it catches the imagination of others, and the thing gets re-circulated and re-posted until everyone hears about it – you know, Gangnam style.

    The trouble is, the folks promoting this myth are not scientists, astronomers, archeologists or rational in any sense. The claims they make are, frankly, impossible – such as the claim that Nibiru has been hiding behind the sun out of our view for the last few years, which is a proposition that violates all the laws of physics that there are.

    Astronomer Phil Plait has a very good takedown of the whole Nibiru phenomenon here: (http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/misc/planetx/)

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