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Re: Manslaughter Charges, Scientists Didn't Call Quake. . .

This is insane.
I know that geologists have been trying to learn how to predict earthquakes, volcanos, and various other destructive geological phenomenon for a long time, and a few even claim some minor success.
But I have seen nothing that would compel me to believe that any of these methods are so certain that failure to predict a quake would justifiably result in criminal prosecution.
This is tinfoil hat stuff --- or would be, I guess, except for the consequences the defendants might suffer.

BTW I heard about this first on a radio news brief. It took me awhile to understand it wasn't happening in California ..... :bolt:
 

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Re: Manslaughter Charges, Scientists Didn't Call Quake. . .

Today Italy, tomorrow Kaliforniya, TG, that's the problem. It's coming. This IS 15th Century, off with his head type crap, though. I thought we had progressed beyond that as the big global village we all really are, y'know, more "intellectually enlightened." I hung out with one of those people who can't get through a day of his life trying to put forth his disgust with America. Told me he'd have Obama made president for life if it were up to him. You think the world's not ready for slavery? Anyone out there? My friend, who is not an ill informed dope, and this latest article are proof that this is bigger than us. We are a world being prepared for slavery.

Why, President for Life, that's exactly what The Teleprompter In Chief is going after, how coincidental.

I excused myself from that conversation the other night, which involved one other "true socialist" in the room, a best friend of 40 years vintage. I did point out that I have been getting the big picture and all the most important details right for 34 years, and that no one on earth had definitive proof their world view was any better than mine. The subject did eventually veer off in to another realm, but he didn't stop trying to push his point, whatever it was. At one point he did bellow F___ the "investor class."

I really need to get back to Puerto Rico, there's just no hanging out for one peaceful night with this bunch.
 

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Re: Manslaughter Charges, Scientists Didn't Call Quake. . .

I still retain my belief that the science on this is so tenuous and unproven that even that type of chicanery ought not be pursued through legal sanction.
People are always debating over what should be done when new technologies and abilities are developed.
When the scientific community gets their act together on this, I will be happy to re-evaluate my position.
 

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Re: Manslaughter Charges, Scientists Didn't Call Quake. . .

Hmmmmmmm, subversive, ehhhhh???!?!!?!?!!??? Proponent of independent thought processes, ehhhhhhhh???!?!!?!!??

OFF WITH HIS HEAD!!!
 
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