Billericay residents sent "end of world" leaflets

First published in Echo News by

DISTRESSED residents have received disturbing leaflets about the end of the world.

Several homes in Billericay have received Christmas cards - hand delivered to their homes - containing leaflets warning them that the end of the world is nigh and Judgement Day is coming.

The leaflets are thought to be in anticipation of December 21 2012, which is heralded as the end of the world in some religions.

They are being invited to join an event in Billericay High Street. 

Police are trying to track down the person behind the literature.

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4:36pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Eric Whim says...

has Basildon Council decided to sell off some of their green spaces for housing development then?
has Basildon Council decided to sell off some of their green spaces for housing development then? Eric Whim
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4:41pm Tue 11 Dec 12

firedog says...

Dont worry be happy.
Dont worry be happy. firedog
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4:51pm Tue 11 Dec 12

billericay boy says...

Sod it, I was going to waitrose tomorrow to do my Christmas shopping. Oh we'll I might as well crack open the champers now.
Sod it, I was going to waitrose tomorrow to do my Christmas shopping. Oh we'll I might as well crack open the champers now. billericay boy
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4:55pm Tue 11 Dec 12

billericay boy says...

Here hold on it can't be as bad a last week when we had no gritting done, I thought that was the end of the world...
Here hold on it can't be as bad a last week when we had no gritting done, I thought that was the end of the world... billericay boy
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4:57pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Eric Whim says...

billericay boy wrote:
Here hold on it can't be as bad a last week when we had no gritting done, I thought that was the end of the world...
gritters were out today at around 14:30 hrs so you'll be safe
[quote][p][bold]billericay boy[/bold] wrote: Here hold on it can't be as bad a last week when we had no gritting done, I thought that was the end of the world...[/p][/quote]gritters were out today at around 14:30 hrs so you'll be safe Eric Whim
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5:53pm Tue 11 Dec 12

loppyears says...

Sorry folks but I think that leaflet is right. Apocalypse advice even came on skynews the other day from the british government giving advice on the end of the world. The dont put things like that on skynews for no reason.
Also the Australian prime minister done a farewell speech.

Good bye everyone good luck if you survive here is the link for the skynews end of world broadcast,
http://news.sky.com/
story/1022272/apocal
ypse-advice-issued-f
or-end-of-the-world
Sorry folks but I think that leaflet is right. Apocalypse advice even came on skynews the other day from the british government giving advice on the end of the world. The dont put things like that on skynews for no reason. Also the Australian prime minister done a farewell speech. Good bye everyone good luck if you survive here is the link for the skynews end of world broadcast, http://news.sky.com/ story/1022272/apocal ypse-advice-issued-f or-end-of-the-world loppyears
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6:39pm Tue 11 Dec 12

GentleGiant says...

Why are the police involved.

I cannot see where a crime has been committed.
Why are the police involved. I cannot see where a crime has been committed. GentleGiant
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6:40pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Aint it just the truth says...

How stupid do you have to be to believe this old guff? The Echo, as usual, got it wrong too as the 21st December has nothing to do with any religion, it's just when you have to turn the page of the Mayan calendar.
How stupid do you have to be to believe this old guff? The Echo, as usual, got it wrong too as the 21st December has nothing to do with any religion, it's just when you have to turn the page of the Mayan calendar. Aint it just the truth
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7:12pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Brunning999 says...

Do I need to change my pants?
Do I need to change my pants? Brunning999
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7:22pm Tue 11 Dec 12

loppyears says...

Apparently the whole world will not end, just two thirds . So who knows we might be part of the third that survives.
Apparently the whole world will not end, just two thirds . So who knows we might be part of the third that survives. loppyears
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8:21pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Steve H says...

Distressed?? Really?!?!

This kind of literature is published every day, it's called The Daily Mail!!
Distressed?? Really?!?! This kind of literature is published every day, it's called The Daily Mail!! Steve H
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9:01pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Brunning999 says...

Okay clean pants is a must then.
Okay clean pants is a must then. Brunning999
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9:13pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

loppyears wrote:
Sorry folks but I think that leaflet is right. Apocalypse advice even came on skynews the other day from the british government giving advice on the end of the world. The dont put things like that on skynews for no reason.
Also the Australian prime minister done a farewell speech.

Good bye everyone good luck if you survive here is the link for the skynews end of world broadcast,
http://news.sky.com/

story/1022272/apocal

ypse-advice-issued-f

or-end-of-the-world
The key phrase in the story at your link is 'tongue in cheek'.
[quote][p][bold]loppyears[/bold] wrote: Sorry folks but I think that leaflet is right. Apocalypse advice even came on skynews the other day from the british government giving advice on the end of the world. The dont put things like that on skynews for no reason. Also the Australian prime minister done a farewell speech. Good bye everyone good luck if you survive here is the link for the skynews end of world broadcast, http://news.sky.com/ story/1022272/apocal ypse-advice-issued-f or-end-of-the-world[/p][/quote]The key phrase in the story at your link is 'tongue in cheek'. Shoebury_Cyclist
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7:05am Wed 12 Dec 12

notinwestcliffanymore says...

Aint it just the truth wrote:
How stupid do you have to be to believe this old guff? The Echo, as usual, got it wrong too as the 21st December has nothing to do with any religion, it's just when you have to turn the page of the Mayan calendar.
Thats a typo it's 12/12/12 aaaarrrrgggghhhhh help me it's all gone dark................
.
[quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: How stupid do you have to be to believe this old guff? The Echo, as usual, got it wrong too as the 21st December has nothing to do with any religion, it's just when you have to turn the page of the Mayan calendar.[/p][/quote]Thats a typo it's 12/12/12 aaaarrrrgggghhhhh help me it's all gone dark................ . notinwestcliffanymore
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9:08am Wed 12 Dec 12

JuliaM says...

"Police are trying to track down the person behind the literature."

Well, maybe they should attend this event due to be held in Billericay High St...? Call me 'Sherlock', but it might just be a clue...
"Police are trying to track down the person behind the literature." Well, maybe they should attend this event due to be held in Billericay High St...? Call me 'Sherlock', but it might just be a clue... JuliaM
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9:11am Wed 12 Dec 12

Major Incident says...

It's only the Mayans that have to worry as it's their calender that ends on 21st December. Eveyone elses seems to carry on for a bit longer. My calender has pictures of cute puppies and doesn't end until 31st December.
It's only the Mayans that have to worry as it's their calender that ends on 21st December. Eveyone elses seems to carry on for a bit longer. My calender has pictures of cute puppies and doesn't end until 31st December. Major Incident
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9:11am Wed 12 Dec 12

perini says...

If people are stupid enough to believe this junk??? - don't they have waste paper bins in Billericay or is this another Echo non story?
If people are stupid enough to believe this junk??? - don't they have waste paper bins in Billericay or is this another Echo non story? perini
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10:00am Wed 12 Dec 12

Eric Whim says...

Brunning999 wrote:
Okay clean pants is a must then.
in the circumstances you might be able to get off with just turning them inside out, unless you've already done that ....
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: Okay clean pants is a must then.[/p][/quote]in the circumstances you might be able to get off with just turning them inside out, unless you've already done that .... Eric Whim
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11:45am Wed 12 Dec 12

Brunning999 says...

Eric Whim wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
Okay clean pants is a must then.
in the circumstances you might be able to get off with just turning them inside out, unless you've already done that ....
It's when they stick to the wall I normally change them.
[quote][p][bold]Eric Whim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: Okay clean pants is a must then.[/p][/quote]in the circumstances you might be able to get off with just turning them inside out, unless you've already done that ....[/p][/quote]It's when they stick to the wall I normally change them. Brunning999
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1:13pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Diannah says...

Didn't I recently read somewhere that the end of the world had been cancelled due to the fact that the prediction had come from a magic mushroom trip in the 70/80s and is nothing to do with the Mayan calendar?
Didn't I recently read somewhere that the end of the world had been cancelled due to the fact that the prediction had come from a magic mushroom trip in the 70/80s and is nothing to do with the Mayan calendar? Diannah
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1:26pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Eric Whim says...

Diannah wrote:
Didn't I recently read somewhere that the end of the world had been cancelled due to the fact that the prediction had come from a magic mushroom trip in the 70/80s and is nothing to do with the Mayan calendar?
they've only postponed it until Basildon Council have sold off every scrap of green space in order to fund their insatiable appetites for ale and pies and their need for new solid gold and diamond encrusted pocket linings, allegedly
[quote][p][bold]Diannah[/bold] wrote: Didn't I recently read somewhere that the end of the world had been cancelled due to the fact that the prediction had come from a magic mushroom trip in the 70/80s and is nothing to do with the Mayan calendar?[/p][/quote]they've only postponed it until Basildon Council have sold off every scrap of green space in order to fund their insatiable appetites for ale and pies and their need for new solid gold and diamond encrusted pocket linings, allegedly Eric Whim
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1:37pm Wed 12 Dec 12

I-say-you-say says...

I'm getting distressed at constantly receiving leaflets through my door telling me of all the great takeaway deals there are in my area! Will the police do something about that?!

What a complete waste of Police time! Surely they have better things to do than track down some mental religious cult that doesn't have a clue what it's talking about for posting a leaflet through a door!
I'm getting distressed at constantly receiving leaflets through my door telling me of all the great takeaway deals there are in my area! Will the police do something about that?! What a complete waste of Police time! Surely they have better things to do than track down some mental religious cult that doesn't have a clue what it's talking about for posting a leaflet through a door! I-say-you-say
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2:05pm Wed 12 Dec 12

andy:) says...

I-say-you-say wrote:
I'm getting distressed at constantly receiving leaflets through my door telling me of all the great takeaway deals there are in my area! Will the police do something about that?! What a complete waste of Police time! Surely they have better things to do than track down some mental religious cult that doesn't have a clue what it's talking about for posting a leaflet through a door!
Me too..they must think I survive on an endless diet of pizzas, kebabs and indians..thats only partially true.
[quote][p][bold]I-say-you-say[/bold] wrote: I'm getting distressed at constantly receiving leaflets through my door telling me of all the great takeaway deals there are in my area! Will the police do something about that?! What a complete waste of Police time! Surely they have better things to do than track down some mental religious cult that doesn't have a clue what it's talking about for posting a leaflet through a door![/p][/quote]Me too..they must think I survive on an endless diet of pizzas, kebabs and indians..thats only partially true. andy:)
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3:59pm Wed 12 Dec 12

southend_Dave says...

loppyears wrote:
Sorry folks but I think that leaflet is right. Apocalypse advice even came on skynews the other day from the british government giving advice on the end of the world. The dont put things like that on skynews for no reason.
Also the Australian prime minister done a farewell speech.

Good bye everyone good luck if you survive here is the link for the skynews end of world broadcast,
http://news.sky.com/

story/1022272/apocal

ypse-advice-issued-f

or-end-of-the-world
IF the world ends there will be no survivors nor an internet to read that webpage.....
[quote][p][bold]loppyears[/bold] wrote: Sorry folks but I think that leaflet is right. Apocalypse advice even came on skynews the other day from the british government giving advice on the end of the world. The dont put things like that on skynews for no reason. Also the Australian prime minister done a farewell speech. Good bye everyone good luck if you survive here is the link for the skynews end of world broadcast, http://news.sky.com/ story/1022272/apocal ypse-advice-issued-f or-end-of-the-world[/p][/quote]IF the world ends there will be no survivors nor an internet to read that webpage..... southend_Dave
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4:36pm Wed 12 Dec 12

sunshine07 says...

well if you really believe our time is up then just think of all those bills you wont have to pay :)
well if you really believe our time is up then just think of all those bills you wont have to pay :) sunshine07
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4:50pm Wed 12 Dec 12

j-w says...

andy:) wrote:
I-say-you-say wrote:
I'm getting distressed at constantly receiving leaflets through my door telling me of all the great takeaway deals there are in my area! Will the police do something about that?! What a complete waste of Police time! Surely they have better things to do than track down some mental religious cult that doesn't have a clue what it's talking about for posting a leaflet through a door!
Me too..they must think I survive on an endless diet of pizzas, kebabs and indians..thats only partially true.
Its when they stop coming through the door, that's when you need to worry!!!!
[quote][p][bold]andy:)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I-say-you-say[/bold] wrote: I'm getting distressed at constantly receiving leaflets through my door telling me of all the great takeaway deals there are in my area! Will the police do something about that?! What a complete waste of Police time! Surely they have better things to do than track down some mental religious cult that doesn't have a clue what it's talking about for posting a leaflet through a door![/p][/quote]Me too..they must think I survive on an endless diet of pizzas, kebabs and indians..thats only partially true.[/p][/quote]Its when they stop coming through the door, that's when you need to worry!!!! j-w
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11:03pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Steve Rowe says...

As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.
As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation. Steve Rowe
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1:59pm Thu 13 Dec 12

trebor83 says...

I Bet all of you £10 each that the world does not end :)
I Bet all of you £10 each that the world does not end :) trebor83
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2:10pm Thu 13 Dec 12

trebor83 says...

Steve Rowe wrote:
As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.
Cheer up!
[quote][p][bold]Steve Rowe[/bold] wrote: As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.[/p][/quote]Cheer up! trebor83
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5:57pm Thu 13 Dec 12

Aint it just the truth says...

Steve Rowe wrote:
As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.
There is no such thing as a "creator" except in the minds of gullible men and I'll raise Trevor's wager and bet you all the contents of my bank accounts that the world will not end next Friday.
[quote][p][bold]Steve Rowe[/bold] wrote: As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.[/p][/quote]There is no such thing as a "creator" except in the minds of gullible men and I'll raise Trevor's wager and bet you all the contents of my bank accounts that the world will not end next Friday. Aint it just the truth
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5:59pm Thu 13 Dec 12

Aint it just the truth says...

Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.
Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky. Aint it just the truth
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8:19pm Thu 13 Dec 12

Carnabackable says...

Aint it just the truth wrote:
Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.
Trouble is, due to everyone's pollution, the sky will become judge and jury, with consequential damage to the earths atmosphere.
This will slowly but surely be our downfall. So lets put our daily blinkers on, drive our cars, get on the jet, enjoy coal burning power stations, and think nothing will ever damage our so fragile climatical chemistry, after all we have only shown a degree of interest in all of this, for the last 20 years, ummm
such a time period out of 500 million years.....
The Sky will be Judge...
[quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.[/p][/quote]Trouble is, due to everyone's pollution, the sky will become judge and jury, with consequential damage to the earths atmosphere. This will slowly but surely be our downfall. So lets put our daily blinkers on, drive our cars, get on the jet, enjoy coal burning power stations, and think nothing will ever damage our so fragile climatical chemistry, after all we have only shown a degree of interest in all of this, for the last 20 years, ummm such a time period out of 500 million years..... The Sky will be Judge... Carnabackable
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8:22pm Thu 13 Dec 12

Barry Bas says...

Aint it just the truth wrote:
Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.
I think that today and throughout history most problems are caused because of different groups saying their "Fantasy Fairy" (as you call it) is the true one and everybody else is wrong. Even though they all pretty much come from the same source and have just spilt from each other thousands of years ago.
[quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.[/p][/quote]I think that today and throughout history most problems are caused because of different groups saying their "Fantasy Fairy" (as you call it) is the true one and everybody else is wrong. Even though they all pretty much come from the same source and have just spilt from each other thousands of years ago. Barry Bas
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9:26am Fri 14 Dec 12

paulatepc says...

JuliaM wrote:
"Police are trying to track down the person behind the literature."

Well, maybe they should attend this event due to be held in Billericay High St...? Call me 'Sherlock', but it might just be a clue...
..this is a critical piece of evidence that I think the police might have missed - it is our duty to report it as soon as possible so that this crime against "several" people in Billericay can finally be solved.

I think the film "Idiocracy" has come true at last - the recipient of the dastardly circular that reported it to the Echo should be the new Idiocracy president.
[quote][p][bold]JuliaM[/bold] wrote: "Police are trying to track down the person behind the literature." Well, maybe they should attend this event due to be held in Billericay High St...? Call me 'Sherlock', but it might just be a clue...[/p][/quote]..this is a critical piece of evidence that I think the police might have missed - it is our duty to report it as soon as possible so that this crime against "several" people in Billericay can finally be solved. I think the film "Idiocracy" has come true at last - the recipient of the dastardly circular that reported it to the Echo should be the new Idiocracy president. paulatepc
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12:15am Sat 15 Dec 12

Steve Rowe says...

Aint it just the truth wrote:
Steve Rowe wrote:
As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.
There is no such thing as a "creator" except in the minds of gullible men and I'll raise Trevor's wager and bet you all the contents of my bank accounts that the world will not end next Friday.
I am inclined to agree that there is no Creator. If there was a Supreme Creator, who is portrayed by religions as omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, benevolent and compassionate, the World (nay the whole Universe) would not have been so flawed and full of appalling and atrocious events/happenings.,
[quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steve Rowe[/bold] wrote: As the World is full of troubles, it might not be a bad idea for it to come to an end. The whole Creation is flawed and we are fobbed off by the various religions with excuses for the atrocious state of affairs. If the present Creation comes to an end, the Creator might do a better job of designing and building a new Creation.[/p][/quote]There is no such thing as a "creator" except in the minds of gullible men and I'll raise Trevor's wager and bet you all the contents of my bank accounts that the world will not end next Friday.[/p][/quote]I am inclined to agree that there is no Creator. If there was a Supreme Creator, who is portrayed by religions as omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, benevolent and compassionate, the World (nay the whole Universe) would not have been so flawed and full of appalling and atrocious events/happenings., Steve Rowe
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11:49am Sat 15 Dec 12

Aint it just the truth says...

Barry Bas wrote:
Aint it just the truth wrote: Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.
I think that today and throughout history most problems are caused because of different groups saying their "Fantasy Fairy" (as you call it) is the true one and everybody else is wrong. Even though they all pretty much come from the same source and have just spilt from each other thousands of years ago.
They haven't all derived from the same source, for example there seems to be no direct connection between Buddhism and Hindusim and the middle eastern religions of christianity and Islam. Then again, in another sense, they are all connected in that they are all derived from mans efforts to explain how the world works in the complete absence of any knowledge of the objective sciences. On that basis the old testament is a fair attempt at explaining the world for a bronze age middle eastern tribesman, ditto the new testament and the Roman era scribes who wrote it. That certainly doesn't make it true though.
[quote][p][bold]Barry Bas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.[/p][/quote]I think that today and throughout history most problems are caused because of different groups saying their "Fantasy Fairy" (as you call it) is the true one and everybody else is wrong. Even though they all pretty much come from the same source and have just spilt from each other thousands of years ago.[/p][/quote]They haven't all derived from the same source, for example there seems to be no direct connection between Buddhism and Hindusim and the middle eastern religions of christianity and Islam. Then again, in another sense, they are all connected in that they are all derived from mans efforts to explain how the world works in the complete absence of any knowledge of the objective sciences. On that basis the old testament is a fair attempt at explaining the world for a bronze age middle eastern tribesman, ditto the new testament and the Roman era scribes who wrote it. That certainly doesn't make it true though. Aint it just the truth
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11:56am Sat 15 Dec 12

Aint it just the truth says...

Carnabackable wrote:
Aint it just the truth wrote: Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.
Trouble is, due to everyone's pollution, the sky will become judge and jury, with consequential damage to the earths atmosphere. This will slowly but surely be our downfall. So lets put our daily blinkers on, drive our cars, get on the jet, enjoy coal burning power stations, and think nothing will ever damage our so fragile climatical chemistry, after all we have only shown a degree of interest in all of this, for the last 20 years, ummm such a time period out of 500 million years..... The Sky will be Judge...
Agree completely. Most people seem to think that the atmosphere is so big that our pollution won't affect it but in reality the atmosphere is only a tiny thin fragile layer that we have been abusing and polluting for centuries. It is so thin that high flying jets have most of the earths atmosphere below them, and if the earth was the size of a football the atmosphere would only be the thickness of a layer of tissue paper wrapped around it. Anyone who doesn't think we have damaged that tiny thin layer is off with the fairies.
[quote][p][bold]Carnabackable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: Ps all the problems on earth are caused by mankind, not by the non existent fantasy fairy in the sky.[/p][/quote]Trouble is, due to everyone's pollution, the sky will become judge and jury, with consequential damage to the earths atmosphere. This will slowly but surely be our downfall. So lets put our daily blinkers on, drive our cars, get on the jet, enjoy coal burning power stations, and think nothing will ever damage our so fragile climatical chemistry, after all we have only shown a degree of interest in all of this, for the last 20 years, ummm such a time period out of 500 million years..... The Sky will be Judge...[/p][/quote]Agree completely. Most people seem to think that the atmosphere is so big that our pollution won't affect it but in reality the atmosphere is only a tiny thin fragile layer that we have been abusing and polluting for centuries. It is so thin that high flying jets have most of the earths atmosphere below them, and if the earth was the size of a football the atmosphere would only be the thickness of a layer of tissue paper wrapped around it. Anyone who doesn't think we have damaged that tiny thin layer is off with the fairies. Aint it just the truth
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10:33pm Sat 15 Dec 12

kev1956in says...

has santa been informed. he is looking at a easy delivery this christmas.
has santa been informed. he is looking at a easy delivery this christmas. kev1956in
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