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Prophet of Doom?

by: Julie DiMauro

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Anthony DeLucchi wrote:

"...this is not a doom prophecy this is scientific fact..."

A prophecy of doom is exactly what you're preaching. You use the scientific fact of the December 2004 earthquake having slightly altered the Earth's rotation to "prove" that the world is coming to an end.

While the day might feel shorter to you, in fact, according to NASA,[1] the earthquake has "decreased the length of the day by 2.68 microseconds. (A microsecond is one millionth of a second.)" Perhaps you can feel the change, but the average human would not be able to sense it..

And that fact in no way proves that the world is somehow coming to end, much less that we're going face some final Judgment. You're just once again spewing so much evangelist bull.

 

Footnote:

  1. For those interested, the applicable page on the NASA web site is
    "How the Earthquake affected Earth"