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Bible code predicts the End of the world in 2012.
(Plague, Earthquakes, Hailstorms, Fire, Famine, Meteor storm, Lack of drinking
Water, And more).
Nostradamus speaks of a Devastating Asteroid.
The Mayan Calendar predicts the End of the World December 21, 2012.
Native American Prophecy speaks the signs of the End of the World in 2012. (This is the Fourth Sign: The land will be crossed by snakes of iron."
"This is the Fifth Sign: The land shall be crisscrossed by a giant spider’s web."
"This is the Sixth sign: The land shall be crisscrossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun) and more.
There must be a way to stop it. That is way we know?
(The path we chose determines our future on Earth no future).

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Do you think Ford or GM’s bailout plan is better?

Ford notes that their company has sufficient liquidity to survive the economic recession as long as it doesn’t last too long, but requests a billion "stand-by" line of credit in case they need it. Ford’s plan focuses on plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles, not mentioning hybrids and only briefly mentioning biofuels (flex-fuel vehicles).

"The next major step in Ford’s plan is to increase over time the volume of electrified vehicles, as battery costs improve and as the transition from Hybrids to Plug-in Hybrids to Battery Electric Vehicles occurs.

Next month at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, we will discuss in detail Ford’s accelerated vehicle electrification plan, which includes bringing to market by 2012 a family of hybrids, plug-in hybrids and battery electric vehicles. Our work will include partnering with battery and powertrain systems suppliers to deliver a full battery electric vehicle (BEV) in a van-type vehicle for commercial fleet use in 2010 and a BEV sedan in 2011. We will develop these vehicles in a manner that enables us to reduce costs and ultimately makes battery electric powered vehicles more affordable for consumers."

GM asks for an billion term loan, including up to billion by March ’09.

"GM will launch the ground-breaking Chevrolet Volt in 2010. As indicated in Table 8, GM is investing over 0 million in the Volt and its propulsion system, prototypes of which are currently on test at GM‘s Milford Proving Grounds. An extended-range electric vehicle, the Volt will deliver up to 40 miles on a single electric charge, well within the daily commute of approximately 80% of Americans."

"General Motors will also continue to invest in hydrogen fuel cell technology"

"The Plan includes further increases in flex-fuel and hybrid-equipped vehicles. In 2012, over 50% of GM‘s new vehicle sales will be flex-fuel capable. Regarding hybrids, GM offers six models today – more than any other manufacturer – and will introduce the VUE Two-Mode hybrid, along with the Silverado and Sierra hybrids in 2009. By 2012, GM will offer 15 hybrid models."

What do you think of these plans, and whose bailout plan do you prefer?

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