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July 16, 2012

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Richard

Well this has just come to my attention....
We all know the earth has shifted on its axis.....what we are all trying to figure out is why......imagine if you will squeezing an orange firmly with both hands with h a straw shoved into it. As you suck the juice out of it it begins to compress inwards.....so imagine every country on this planet that drills oil.......sucking the inside fluid of earth out.....there is a reason why it spins on its axis at such speech.....the world is beginning to decompress inwards.......there is nothing replacing the fluid..... The earth is filling the voids......so imagine the earthquakes are the shifts of these voids...it is a domino effect with hurricanes.tsunamis. Torandos. Weather chnges.....so what can be done?

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