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2014 Major Earthquake Prediction:Is it believable?


The dailypostal.com site reports: “According to the International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center (IEVPC), a non-profit science research organization located in Florida, a possible 8.0 magnitude earthquake may hit the Philippines in 2014. The organization issued in early 2013 a Catastrophic Geophysical Event (CGE) Warning Notice (CWN) for the Molucca Sea. This CWN specified a predicted major earthquake M8.0+ and associated tsunami that may strike the Philippines and northern Indonesia between now and December 2014″.

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While at the lobby, don’t worry about earthquakes. Worry about your neighbors. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Do you believe on earthquake predictions? Here’s the report of Wikipedia:

“In the 1970s there was intense optimism amongst scientists that some method of predicting earthquakes might be found, but by the 1990s continuing failure led many scientists to question whether it was even possible.[9] While many scientists still hold that, given enough resources, prediction might be possible, many others maintain that earthquake prediction is inherently impossible.[10]”

In its issue last February 25, 1999 in Nature Debates, http://www.nature.com also reports:

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Roman Catholics day of mourning


Roman Catholic Alleged Church had  declared a day of mourning for Yolanda victims. This is in today’s headline in DZMM teleradyo, November 17,2013.

Mourning may result in chatting beneath falling bridge.

Mourning may result in chatting beneath falling bridge. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Next, of course, would be its departure from the Philippines when Filipinos finally realize that the root cause of calamities in the country is the Roman Catholism, which for centuries was served diligently by Filipinos, without rancor because of deception.

So, to save more, Roman Catholic priests and nuns/sisters  should combine their celebration of day of mourning together with the day of their departure from the Philippines.

Two in one celebration. More memorable. Added, of course, to the invited in the celebration are the victims of Yolanda-Typhoon-Bohol-Cebu-earthquake today, and tomorrow’s victims in many many more calamities to come, until their departure.

The Pope must also attend this celebration (more…)

10,000 “feared” dead


“As many as 10,000 people are believed to have died in Tacloban City alone when one of the worst storms on record sent giant sea waves inland, washing away homes, schools and airport buildings, officials said yesterday”-The Philippine Star reported November 11, 2013.

To wait for order is easy but for number of deaths in calamities is difficult and dependent on the one who reports.

To wait for order is easy but for number of deaths in calamities is difficult and dependent on the one who reports. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

The next day, expectedly, there will be so many other reports on the same topic-Yolanda. Other would say that 10,000 is not enough, that’s it maybe doubled and so on and so forth.

In the same newspaper, Pope Francis was quoted to have tweet prayers. The newspaper says:”As reports about the monster typhoon begun coming out last Saturday, Pope Francis took to his twitter account to urge the people to pray for all the typhoon victims”.

With all due respect, this is very useless prayer from a useless twitter account. First, because it is done thru tweets and not addressed to the Father in Heaven. Secondly, it is not seeking for forgiveness. And granting that it seeks forgiveness, the one seeking forgiveness does not forgive others.

But what is the biggest sin that requires (more…)

Superstorm is coming


Supertyphoon “Haiyan” is being expected to make landfall in Samar-Leyte on Friday, November 8. 2013. It will be named “Yolanda” upon entering the Philippine area of responsibility.

Guitar is for songs; His coming is preceded by Storm.

Guitar is for songs; His coming is preceded by Storm. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

Pagasa reports:

Issued at: 5:00 a.m., 06 November 2013

Northeast Monsoon affecting Northern and Central Luzon. Meanwhile, at 4:00 am today, the eye of Typhoon with International Name “HAIYAN”was located based on all available data at 1,560 km East of Mindanao (07.4°N, 140.7°E) with maximum sustained winds of 120 kph and gustiness of up to 150 kph. It is forecast to move west at 30 kph.

Inquirer.net reports:

“SUPERSTORM COMING. Tropical Storm “Haiyan,” which is expected to strengthen in 48 hours into a supertyphoon with peak intensity of 241 (more…)

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