Sunday, February 23, 2014

World to end yesterday: Viking mythology

Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval, Wisdom Quarterly, George Knapp (Coast to Coast, 2-22-14)
From the point of view of quantum physics, there is plenty of room for interpretation within the realm of what is known (
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In quantum physics -- the scientific study of the nature of physical reality -- there is plenty of room for interpretation.
The most popular and mainstream, the Copenhagen interpretation, has as one of its central tenets the concept of wave function collapse: 

That is, every event exists as a “wave function” that contains every possible outcome of that event, which “collapses” -- distilling into the actual outcome once it is observed.

For example, if a room is unobserved, anything and everything that could possibly be in that room exists in “quantum superposition” -- an indeterminate state, full of every possibility, until someone enters the room and observes it, thereby collapsing the wave function and solidifying the reality. More

Knapp's News 2/22/14 Investigative journalist and radio host George Knapp shares several news items that have recently caught his attention, including articles on the Viking apocalypse, DHS's quest for a national license-plate recognition database, tsunami "ghost" stories from Japan, and the possibility of alien life inside of atoms:
Ready for the Viking apocalypse? Norse myth predicts world will end Saturday, Feb. 22
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Apocalypse: Vikings believe Norse mythology claiming end of world will strike yesterday.
People in York, Jorvik Viking Festival
We have survived the Mayan apocalypse and Y2K, but be afraid -- the end of the world is coming...again!

This time it’s the Viking apocalypse that is allegedly set to destroy Earth, with Norse mythology claiming the planet will split open and unleash the inhabitants of Hel on Feb. 22.

Doom: The final battle of the gods [Buddhist devas], otherwise known as Ragnarok, signals the end of the world. Vikings believe the apocalypse will begin on Saturday.

Apocalypse NOW comes as the Viking community prepares for the Norse apocalypse called Ragnarok this Saturday [yesterday], in which the Earth is predicted to split open, and gods [devas] will battle for supremacy. 

According to Vikings Ragnarok is a series of events including the final predicted battle that results in the death of a number of major gods, the occurrence of various natural disasters and the subsequent submersion of the world in water.

The wolf Fenrir is also predicted to break out of his prison, the snake Jormungand will rise out of the sea, and the dragon of the underworld will resurface on Earth to face the dead heroes of Valhalla -- who, of course, have descended from heaven to fight them. More
The world was set to be destroyed by an asteroid, or some other interplanetary object such as an alien invasion on December 21, 2012. Scientists said this wasn't possible... and were proved right.
When his four original predicted dates failed to come to fruition, Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping revised his prediction and said that a "Spiritual Judgment" took place in May 2011, and that the end of the world would occur on October 21.
There were grave fears Comet Elenin would cause disturbances to the Earth's crust, causing massive earthquakes and tidal waves in August 2011. Others predicted that Elenin would collide with Earth on October 16.
A number of groups claimed that activation of the Large Hadron Collider experiment would bring about the end of the world through the production of planet-eating micro black holes on September 10, 2008. Similar claims were made two years later [just as the first nuclear test in the U.S. was thought to stand a good chance of destroying the world by sparking an uncontrolled series of nuclear fusion/fission events].
In 2003, Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo predicted the world would be destroyed by a nuclear war sometime between October 30 and November 29.
Yoruba priests in Nigeria predicted dramatic tragedy and crisis in 2002, including coups, war, disease, and flooding.
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Predictions a "Y2K" computer bug would crash computers and cause major catastrophes worldwide when the clock ticked over to midnight on January 1, 2000. Planes were tipped to fall out of the sky and electronic gadgets were predicted to malfunction, ultimately resulting in society ceasing to exist.
Daughter of Ukraine's jailed ex-PM Yulia Tymoshenko, Yevgenia, reads letter from her mother in front of giant screen displaying the opposition leader in 2012 during an anti-government protest in Kiev. Tymoshenko suffers from debilitating back pain and has accused prison guards of beating her (

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