reported by BNP via the Genesis Review
A group of well-tenured scientists at The University of Ararat have released a report stating that the increase in rainbow occurrences is a sign of over magnetization of the earth. They warn that such a change in the magnetic forces will create catastrophic upheavals in the earth’s crust in the next 20 years. The only thing that might delay trouble is cutting back on water usage, because using water stimulates evaporation, which leads to rain. The rain interacts with light from the sun to energize the metals on and in the ground, causing many rocks and structures to be potentially dangerous.
Computer models have been run, which predict debris turbulence in major cities as buildings implode and rocks emerge from the ground, colliding with civilization in their path toward magnetic balance. Residents are strongly urged to move to the country and learn sustenance farming. The few families who have heeded this are seen often in the city marketplaces taking advantage of good deals on produce to stock up their meager pantries.
As many in the population begin to panic, and show signs of water deprivation, an elderly man, Noah Lamechson, has stepped forward as a believer in rain. His lectures explaining that rainbows are meant to calm fears about flooding are widely discounted as being contrary to current scientific knowledge. Few believe his claims of having seen the first rainbow. When questioned, he admits to not employing any modern research techniques to validate his position.
for further information, see Genesis 8-9
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