Thursday, March 19, 2009
The End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine - I Just Had a Coffee)
There's something afoot in Melbourne town at the moment. Anyone living anywhere near the city must have noticed it.
Military activity in the skies, I'm talking about. Helicopters, dozens of them. Flying low in formation back and forth, back and forth. It's driving me crazy. They're occasionally joined by police helicopters too. It's constant and it's worrying.
Then there are the so-called Korumburra 'earth tremors'. Two in a week. Experts say this is rare. Not unprecedented sure, but rare.
The two things are linked, I'm certain of it. Call me paranoid, but has anybody seen anything about this sudden influx of military activity in the news? There's nothing. Not a thing.
Nuclear testing? Maybe. Alien invasion? More likely. Giant burrowing earthworm about to emerge from the darkness and consume us all after millions of years biding its time? You decide.