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The Big Six Man-Made Catastrophic Scenarios for 2012 and Beyond — Survival Author Matthew Stein and Jacco van der Worp MSc
As moviegoers flock to see Sony's new 2012 film, critics, debunkers and cynics are spewing forth a flood of poison pen pronouncements.
Taken altogether, it is a bizarre twist on the Biblical story of Noah and the Flood — and with strikingly similar themes.
For those new to the topic of 2012, the film is great entertainment, but it also drives home an ancient failing of humanity. That the common folk are often the last to know, whether by their own choices or those made for them by wealthy and powerful elites. Ergo, many will never ask, "where will I be in 2012?" They'll just have enough time to ask, "My God, what's happening?"
In this 2-part interview co-hosted by Yowusa.com co-founder Jacco van der Worp MSc, we examine these two questions by first pushing aside all of the many theories, questions and possibilities surrounding the topic of 2012, Planet X and so forth.
Why? To focus on the basic assumption of arrogant government agencies, smug debunkers and illiterate cynics. That life as we know it shall never end, at least not in our lifetimes. Go forth and consume! Yet, that's not the case as you'll learn in this deeply revealing interview with survival author Matthew Stein.
As the author of the best selling book, When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency, he views humanity's ongoing degradation of our planet's biosphere as our number one global threat.
If we do not reverse course, he sees humanity blithely sailing over edge of an abyss, into an uncontrollable catastrophic death spiral of our own making. It is the big six man-made catastrophic scenarios for 2012 and beyond and it's not a pretty picture because it's already beginning to happen.