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To: maceng2 who wrote (5098)9/27/2021 1:44:19 PM
From: Doug R  Respond to of 6073
 
Yeah, woulda been a trifle disruptive for you.

The asteroids have come and gone.
The asteroid/earthquake guy may or may not be right.
His method would have to be checked but he's too difficult to work with in a way for that to be done properly.

It's also a pain in the ass trying to wait for him to say anything about which asteroids he's "calculating" (his term) to do what/where. About 95% or more of the EQs he says he has calculated (maybe 3 days ago in some random spot in a previous stream) are very small. 2s and 3s. Too insignificant to rule out that he's taking random potshots and hitting now and then.
He just streams all day on and off randomly while displaying graphics from his asteroid tracking and EQ tracking apps...and just generally talking to a group of diehard "followers".

All while living in a car.
All on his phone.
It's all very weird.
He seems satisfied with the way things are for him.
Supported by donations on the chat I suppose.




To: maceng2 who wrote (5098)9/27/2021 2:04:08 PM
From: Doug R  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 6073
 
On the other hand....uploaded in the last hour.
Would be the shortest recorded eruption for that island.