2010 Prediction Update

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Robert Phoenix

Robert Phoenix

journalist, blogger, interviewer, astrologer & psychic medium

carnac“What is the sound of breaking news?”

Sometimes I think it’s good to track things in real time, whether we are right or wrong. In the beginning of the year, I made a list of predictions. Some of them are coming to pass already, in a sense.

I predicted a major quake in LA in 2010. Already, the year is off to an Earth slamming start with the Haiti quake. But that’s not the prediction I’m most interested in.

I recently got an email from the people at One, which is Bono’s organization and they are calling for full debt relief of Haiti. I predicted that we are going to see more and more of this throughout 2010. The cry for debt relief across all nations is going to get louder and louder.

I predicted that we would begin to see a wave of homegrown technological innovation, especially from our youth. I ran across a story last week on CNN about a teenager that has a very plausible theory for time travel. His name is “Gentill Abdulla.” It’s a fascinating theory, but what’s equally fascinating are the exchanges in the comments after the piece, where Abdulla is clearly a confident 13 year-old defending his theory.

I think this is just the beginning of untethered genius we’ll be witnessing. Can’t wait.

In the meantime, I’ll keep track of the hits and misses.

6 thoughts on “2010 Prediction Update”

  1. Whoa… Interesting synchronicity for me… I’ve been geeking out w/ “Quantom Leap” via Hulu in the background for the last 2 days. Then I hear about Gentill Abdulla. I’m definitely going to check this out.

  2. A

    We have already time traveled, there are a few people in the last few months with excellent credentials coming forward to talk about their experiences. Most have worked for the gov’t at some time, and talk about going into the future as well as going to mars. Good for this kid if he was able to figure it out, I wish him well.

    1. a

      My favorite time knot/loop is James Cameron/Duncan Cameron, Philadelphia Experiment/John Titor/Terminator. Andrew Basagio talks about how kids are better at time traveling than adults. Maybe that’s why young Abdulla has shown a marked facility for this already.

  3. B

    “Thinking is the way to travel’ …was that the Moody Blues?
    … i predict that their[Moody Blues] time is not yet come …

  4. G

    Thanks Robert! It is me Gentill Abdulla I would like to inform everyone that I should be done with my working time machine by Saturday!

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