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Michael, you hit a dead ringer on the solar flares and the CME's Go to Click on media archives and scroll down to solar flare precursor on the 10-1-99 Art Bell interview. Ed Dames will scare you. This has been predicted for 2 yrs. Y2k will be incidental compared to this. Make your own decisions but at least LISTEN to this with an open mind.


-- Foxrun (, June 28, 1999


Maybe I'm missing something but that address doesn't go to where you think it goes...?

-- (, June 28, 1999.

Ummmm, solar flares happen in cycles. I predict the next flares will hit in 8-11 years.

Time to find a new doomsday scenario.

-- anti-chainsaw (, June 28, 1999.

anti-chainsaw -

We're about to enter the "solar maximum", so we won't have to wait. If you're interested, there's an archived thread on "Solar Max"

-- Mac (sneak@lurk.hid), June 28, 1999.

Ed Dames OOOHHHHHH an authoritive voice if there was one.

Isn't the world supposed to flip over come May 6th next year?

I know a guy that is very reasonable and he was more worried about the effects of the planets alining than Y2K. Knowing little about it I checked up on the situation from more knowedgeable sites and found little to be conserned about. More imagination than reality. Solar flares may be a risk and maybe not. One thing though if there is an event caused by planetary or solar activity there is not one dam thing we can do about it.

-- Brian (, June 28, 1999.

Sorry guys the correct url is for the Art Bell interview with Ed Dames on the upcoming solar flares. On the home page to the left under go to: is the media archives, click this on and scrool down to the 10-1-98 show. More interviews further down.

Sorry bout that! :):):)


-- Foxrun (, June 28, 1999.

Ed Dames is right up there with Art Bell and his ilk. What a crop of losers. I predict July will follow June. Get real!

-- anti-chainsaw (, June 28, 1999.

Now I really like listening to Art Bell occassionally. But Ed Dames.. get real. I did a ton of research into that guy and he is either just plain crazy, a two-bit con artist, or a gov't disinformation agent.. or a mix of all three. Early on he said REPEATEDLY that he could easily predict geophysical events - like earthquakes and tornados. In fact it was so easy it was one of the first things they taught new remote viewing trainees. Do a search for how many earthquakes he has correctly predicted, and how many lives he has saved by his predictions. I'll save you the trouble... zippo. He can predict solar flares the same way I predict the sun will rise tomorrow. And like Brian said - if a kill shot comes from the sun.... ... won't have to worry about how you are going to choke down all those MRE's you've got in your garage. If the power goes out there is something I can do now to prepare for it. If the water stops flowing from the tap, or the trucks stop bringing my groceries to the market... ditto. But if Ol Sol goes on the attack not even my tinfoil hat will protect me. God, grant me the serenity
To accept the things I cannot change; The courage to change the things I can,
and the wisdom to know the difference.

-- Linda (, June 28, 1999.

anti-chainsaw...please oh please keep blessing us with your informative posts! you are absolutely invaluable... that stuff about cycles and your opinion on Dames is really sumptin' else. By the way... who the hell are you?

-- (nowhere@man.nowhere-land), June 28, 1999.

Nowhere man loser,

What did you post here? You have to learn to think before you can post, though. I doubt that's possible.

-- anti-chainsaw (, June 28, 1999.

Linda, Where can I get one of those tin-foil hats?

-- Aggravator (Lurking since@Ed's, June 28, 1999.

Nowhere man Loser,

I take that back!! Here is a post of yours I found on another thread. You really are a genius afterall.

Well Paul "I'm a big pile of puke" Davis, contrary to what you have been taught not everything is a popularity contest. -- (nowhere@man.nowhere-land), June 28, 1999.

-- anti-chainsaw (, June 28, 1999.


Here is the rest of that quote from the Marine's Prayer:

"Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change.

The courage to change the things I cannot accept,

and the wisdom to hide the bodies

of those people I had to kill today

because they pissed me off and also,

help me to be careful of the toes I step on today,

as they may be connected

to the ass that I may have to kiss tomorrow."


-- Uhm... (, June 28, 1999.

To Aggravator... who asked about where to get a tin foil hat...

Take it from one who knows. You don't need one of those tin foil hats. Ask your wife to let you have her colander. I am an old wife and mother, and whenever my teenagers gave me a hard time, I would put it on to protect my brain from the anti-mom teenage vibes they were giving off.

I have passed the advice on to my sister who now has a house full of teenagers, and she is wearing hers almost all the time now. Colanders work real good when listening to Art Bell. I got an extra one for my husband so we could listen via real audio together while workingb on our Y2K preps. Those we take seriously.

Jackie Joy, the housemou

-- housemouse (, June 28, 1999.

dearest UHM...

I received that version last week. Printed it out in large type and have it posted in my office. Also sent it to sister who just got a new boss (i.e. fresh ass to kiss) who just held his first meeting at which he tried unsuccessfully to quote the original serenity prayer. Timing is everything. I like BOTH versions. Words of wisdom all.

-- Linda (, June 28, 1999.

Well, that's certainly a relief. If Ed Dames says it'll happen, I can quit worrying about it. He's usually wrong. No, I take that back. He's almost always wrong.

-- Tom Carey (, June 28, 1999.

Janet Joy, will a plastic colander work as well, or should I borrow my dad's metal one before my kids get to be teens?


-- jhollander (, June 28, 1999.

Ed Dames also predicted that Clinton would not be in office at this time. Check out his interveiw with Art Bell. Has a single one of his predictions ever came true? We were to be all fried last April unless we went and lived in a deep cave. LOL How I love this guy!!

-- thinkIcan (, June 28, 1999.

Go to the web sites of most of those psychics. Look at their predictions from two years ago. Their success rate is almost zip.

-- anti-chainsaw (, June 28, 1999.

That's "Jackie Joy", I believe.

Great idea. I suspect it really should be a metallic colander for the anti-teen-vibe-deflection you probably are seeking.

-- Sara Nealy (, June 28, 1999.

You need to have a metal colinder...plastic ones break when you club them with it! I have teenagers also...I'll be damned if *I'M* gonna wear it!!!

-- Will continue (, June 28, 1999.

SPELLING ALARM: ding, ding, ding...'colander'. Decker, you may now take your seat again.

-- Will continue (, June 28, 1999.

To those of you who are wondering whether to use a metal or plastic colander. The metal ones are the best but, you can use the plastic ones if you rub them with a piece of fur to get them charged up.

-- Aggravator (Lurking since@Ed's, June 29, 1999.

Tin hats,

A sorta friend of mine in the Sierra Foothills was having problems from either governmnet bombardment or perhaps extra terrestials. It seems that my friend was singled out and subjected to some sort of ray. I'm not sure exactly what it was, but the pine trees were strewn with listening devices, and there were guys, or aliens, not sure which, who were watching him...all the time.

Anyway to make a long story short, to counter the bombardment, my friend lined his baseball cap with tinfoil and this apparently foiled the tactics of the enemy or whatever they were. Be careful to hide all the tin foil up in the hat else you get a lot of questions and then you've got to explain a lot of things, which may be top secret.

Good Luck!

-- freeman (, June 29, 1999.

I like the metal colanders, and have found that you can improve their effectiveness by attaching various household objects to act as vibe distractors. Depending on whatever vibe is being sent, you have to test out the various objects for their strength...

Very important to wear these whenever traveling with teenagers. The closed-car environment can really intensify whatever you need tro be protected from, believe me! The passing cars seem to recognize that it is a careful parent traveling with teenagers, and will give you a wide berth.

Happy colandering, folks!

Jackie Joy, the housemouse...

humming while wearing the colander helps, too....

-- housemouse (, June 29, 1999.

I am truely amazed at how this colander thing has grown!

From the poster formerly known as Aggravator (lurking since@Ed's...)

-- John F. (tinfoil hat @nd, June 30, 1999.

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