Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Web Bot Predictions for 2009 - the year of shortages , global depression?

Hey guys,

Below is a summary of the web bot predictions we should look out for in 2009:

Just what are the web bots?
Not sure if you remember but previously i have done a few posts on the web bot predictions and even how they relate to ufos. If you dont know what they are then read my previous post's on it - they are very important because of their accuracy in predicting future events.
According to their notes they summarize that 2009 will be the year of a Global Coastal Event:
• The bigger things are in modelspace, the more lead time we get
• Collapse of the dollar has been in modelspace for 2 ½ years
or so. Even longer has been Global Coastal event.
• Global Coast Event likely in early to mid 2009
• Permanent loss of low lying territory globally but one continent in particular get hit badly. We don’t know which one, but we hope it’s like a Greenland or some not heavily populated area. (*working on this now, but it’s at the limit of our software)
• Places to avoid: anything at sea level (Bangladesh/Florida/ etc).

According to the web bot team 2009 can be summarised with a "word of the year" - specifically a word which will summarize how life will 'feel' in '09.

The direction of this word points to famine, starvation and both food & resource shortages:

Some key headlines discussed that hint to 2009 following this outlook :
"Fuel Choices, Food Crises, and Finger-Pointing"
"US shops ration food for first time"
"Chavez, allies create $100m food plan"
"Year of poor decisions created food crisis: FAO"
"Homerless begin moving back into Ontario Tent City"

"Oil gains on US inventory fall"
OpEd piece: "We must ration Gasoline"
"Gasoline and distillate inventories decline"
"Gasoline prices take a toll on vacations"
Food, foreclosures and fuel -- are these road enough markers? No...:
"Angola: Portuguese environment minister jets in"
"U.S. environment scientists report political meddling"
"The War against the Environment"
"The big turn off: Could you drink, bathe, and clean using just 20 litres a day?"
"Indebted Brits forced to change lifestyle"

39 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Alfred said...

Uh!! Gay video but it does have a point, HOWEVER i kinda will think that the beings will not come to assist us and i hope not to harm us. And i know they will cause massive histeria and i know every one that reads this will understan

Anonymous said...

I'm late to the party, but I just wanted to say...I appreciate your prediction updates! The web bot guys are VERY accurate and I've been watching their 2008 predictions play out one after the other. The flooding and the banks failures were the big predictions when they were on Coast to Coast in March and man were they ever right! Now, if they are right, the stock market will crash in about a month (Oct 2008).

Anonymous said...

I would really like to believe. Love the X files but really dont like being told that headlines like "Fuel Choices, Food Crises, and Finger-Pointing" will show up in 2009 when on April 15th 2008 the Times already produced that article.....

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/15/business/worldbusiness/15food.html

I'm betting a quick Google would find the others as well.

Anonymous said...

So some genius made a computer program to attempt to forecast the high of microsoft stock. And this program uses to internet not people and hard information to come to conclusions. I know I've never read any false information on the internet. You've got to be kidding me this is crazy. And their stock market predictions, people have been calling this for a few years now, it's not something new, you people need to get a fucking hold of yourselves and remove your heads from your asses

Anonymous said...

...um hello mr/mrs "I love X files",
those are a list of headlines that have been concieved and already exist to show a trend, not predictions in headlines ya doof

Anonymous said...

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,24897,23591765-601,00.html

Anonymous said...

We can take anything. We just need to be united. (haha that sounds so cliche)

Anonymous said...

Read John 3:16

Anonymous said...

Read John 3:16

Anonymous said...

As I understand the WebBot logic it searches through millions and ... of web pages and comes out with some kind of result ... whatever this means. Well, in that case the predictions will be 100% related to the contain of the internet which is not correct to be trusted as valuable at all. Because it is just needed to create a lot of web pages where to explain how the world will end lets say in 3864 A.D. and the WebBot result will be ... WORLD ENDS AT 3864 A.D.

Mytigodess said...

A bot that picks up on information around the WWW will pick up garbage as well as credible information. All it would take is someone with too much time on their hands to create several pages to distort the information WebBot picks up.

Considering newspaper companies have picked up bogus news stories many times in the past, how many of those got factored in the bot results?

If 500 sites talk about fears of a doomed economy, but some prankster counted that and created 1000 sites talking about a great economy, how would bot know?

As far as ties to the Mayan calendar, they were great at predicting things, weren't they? Let's see, how many of them are alive today?

Sorry to sound so sarcastic, but growing up in a religion that had everyone on edge of the end coming soon really wasted a lot of my childhood. This is a machine you guys are putting too much stock into. A machine that can have results manipulated by people who do these kinds of things for fun.

Anonymous said...

If early to mid 2009 is the time for a huge coastal event then my guess would have to be the face of that valocano that sitting within canary islands of spain. It sits off the west coast of northern africa. If that thing were to slide off into the ocean, it would hit our entire eastern seaboard.

Anonymous said...

People, just read their prediction regarding 2008. All nonsense. They used common sense trying to predict US Dollar decline and other events (earthquake in Oregon) and nothing happened. Web -Bot is BS

Anonymous said...

Let me ask this, If 500 articles predict economic collapse, and some prankster posts 1000 articles about an econimic boom, and the web bot is fooled into predicting an economic boom, will this lie alter perceptions in a measurable way as to create it's own result independent of reality? Can we control the outcome by how we believe it will occur? Also, isn't this mind control already in place? Hahaahaa.. Welcome to the information age. You have no mind left.

Anonymous said...

Ive done alot of research and reading on the web bot and its predictions,and its highly inaccurate,basically a crapshoot.I have no faith in the predictions of the web bot,but its great marketing!

DALevit said...

Interesting that nearly everyone who posted did so sounding irritated, which would be ridiculous unless the irrational irritation is based on fear at (at least) some of the Web Bot predictions. New technologies, especially the esoteric, always rattle the monkeys who scream and cry that it's all fake so they can fall back into semi-slumber and suck on bananas once more. Let them suck, it's what they do best. I'm buying a generator, stocking up on some supplies and moving inland for awhile. Never a bad idea, right now it looks more so. Have a good Summer from Hell, everybody! May 2009 DALevit

Graeme said...

I quote: 'that valocano that sitting within canary islands of spain. It sits off the west coast of northern africa. If that thing were to slide off into the ocean, it would hit our entire eastern seaboard.'
Assuming you're talking about the ensuing tsunami that's right, your eastern seaboard would get it, but Africa, Europe and South/Central America would be just fine, right? Pull your head out mate.

Anonymous said...

yhea the canary islands thing annoys me as well. So far, the only countries i've heard it will affect is the eastern seaboard of america and southern england....such bullshit. You know what I think? I think someone's got a downer on the yanks and the brits and this is their mallicious way of having a laugh. You dont hear about any other country that will be affected, despite the fact that between the canary islands and southern britain lies two whole continents LOL! That canary islands thing is total bullshit.

Graeme said...

Well to be precise, the Canary Islands, Britain and everything in between them are all the same continent (known as "Europe") but my point was that if something does happen to the Canary Islands then it's not just the good ol' USA that will be affected. Take a look at a map one of these days.

Anonymous said...

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Lori said...

What if the GLOBAL COASTAL EVENT is this arctic goo? Who really knows what else is in those melting ice sheets?

Anonymous said...

Its funny.. the seas on the east coast are upwards of 2 - 3 feet higher this year.. just like it says

Anonymous said...

I just did a simple google search for all of the webbot predictions for 2008. Guess what? They were ALL wrong - despited being touted as EXTREMELY accurate. No one can predict the future using computers. It is only to be found in the mind's eye. No discussion needed.

Moegames said...

Its people like you taht will be shell shocked when 2012 comes around..but hey, better you then me!

Anonymous said...

When we let future saddness make us sad now we will never know happiness. Is it not obvious that should mankind end the world in one form or another will continue. Do you think the dinosaurse were that self centerd. What really is left to predict? Mankinds self centerness will eat him in one form or another till he takes responsibility for his own actions and inactions. Not God or Goddess a one can change that. The future holds nothing for those who can not live in the present. Swear by your faith hold to your reveard truths commit to your deads for in the end we all end.

Steven said...

It's late 2009 and almost none of the webbot predictions have happened(for 2008 OR 2009). A fake psychic could do better. Webbot is BS. All of you people that blindly believed this BS must be eating humble pie.

John Burger said...

Its funny, now in 2009, that every one of those predictions were wrong. Nothing predicted about swine flue, the biggest economic decline in 80 years, oil prices stable--just a joke. A program is only gonna being to tell what people are talking about--and we already know that--dur.

S Wallace said...

S Wallace
Web BOT is just working as any search engine dose. Hit or miss dosnt really matter. How ever people tend to gravatate to popular ideas, topics ect. And if say the topic 12/21/2012 gets enough following then persons bent on destruction would consider doing damage on this date just to add to thair deeds. Much in the same manner as 9/11 was used. So in that mind set there is a better probability that such a perdiction could be accurate.

S Wallace said...

S Wallace
Web BOT is just working as any search engine dose. Hit or miss dosnt really matter. How ever people tend to gravatate to popular ideas, topics ect. And if say the topic 12/21/2012 gets enough following then persons bent on destruction would consider doing damage on this date just to add to thair deeds. Much in the same manner as 9/11 was used. So in that mind set there is a better probability that such a perdiction could be accurate.

Anonymous said...

wow people really? learn your history, i know more about this then anyone that has posted.. anyone who thinks 2012 wont happen is crazier then the people who believe it, email me

lilsoildier1992@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget what happened November 5th, 'something like 'war''. Fort Hood...

Anonymous said...

No one can predict THE future. There are MULTIPLE possibilities on the future, due to the fact that various actions affect the outcome. It's an amalgam of physics and mathematics. Anyone can predict A future, but NO ONE can predict THE future we will have. There are too many variables to consider. Even if something seems to be totally accurate, it is not. There will always be subtle changes. There is no point in speculation; it is a waste of time. Make every day as good as if it were your last, and there will be a brighter future. PERIOD!

Hoodz said...

Beware of fake prophets ! It's funny how a week after the builderberg meeting in sweeden late may 2001 a programmer finds hints of sep 11 and reports it june 2. If the worlds richest men wanted to fool you's This is something they can afford to do cause every1 would be distracted by the question of how does this computer do it? instead of whats their next move? Time to play chess too guys we are way behind.

Anonymous said...

well... its Nov 17 '09 ... the USA is still here so thats good.

Anonymous said...

bullshit

Anonymous said...

cacate...

Anonymous said...

Well, now it's 12/2009. Those predictions Listed above didn't happen...well except for the dollar weakening, but we could see that coming back in early 2008. I don't think this web bot thing works as hoped.

Anonymous said...

Lulz, did you have a nice summer DALevit? that's nice, so did I, but i was right here in the good 'ol US of A.
Anyway, I think this Web bot thing may have an actual scientific premise behind it. I only wish you would stop using it saying the world is going to end and all that fringe stuff, so that it could be excepted by the mainstream scientists.