It is obvious that Marlowe is in the webbot forum, because the part about the sun expanding was not published. It was the result of a conversation between clif high and the time monk round table after an interview was over, and the gist of it (not clif's exact words) was shared with the forum. It was shared during the time they had me in quarantine, so I wasn't part of that conversation.
I did, however, write him immediately after reading the "26 days" post on his website and ask him the direct question if he had posted that in order to try to make it public knowledge so as to stop the PTB from starting the nuclear war by bombing a US ship. He responded to me with the direct answer, "yes" and that he sincerely hoped he looks like a donkey later in March because it didn't happen. He did not get the nuclear war false flag attack from the webbot. He got it from "trustworthy sources." Since clif gets lumped in with his linguistics program no matter what he says, it is sometimes difficult to sort out "linguistics predictions" from other sources.
It is easy - far too easy - to misunderstand what clif high is doing. He is not psychic and he does not experience precognition. He is a linguist and a computer programmer. He used his linguistic training to help him write a software program to gather non-contextual words from online posts. When he started doing this, he wasn't even trying to get psychic impressions of the future from people. He was actually trying to get non-contextual words from financial and economic forums to analyze future trends in the stock market so he could figure out how to "place his bets" so to speak. This is far and away from being a psychic or having precognition!
Em, your statistic about someone who is right 1 out of 10 times is interesting, because as a matter of fact, clif high has been proven correct 5 out of every 10 times. People who are not closely following the webbot program don't pay much attention to the "smaller" predictions - the ones that are fulfilled by someone standing up and making a fool of themselves on the public stage or someone getting themselves into the news for a single story headline. We have a thread in the webbot forum called "Bot Hits Deux" (don't remember the exact spelling of that last word) that is simply a - "hey, here's another one that happened" kind of thread. Most of them aren't important other than the fact that they fulfilled another prediction from the bot.
But, there have also been some pretty major hits along the way as well. For instance, for the 9/11 prediction, he said there would be an attack on US soil, that it would happen during the first two weeks of Sept. 2001, that it would be a tipping point that would change the world of humanity forever. And, with the Indonesia tsunami (that resulted from an earthquake) he said there would be an earthquake that would kill 300,000 people that year. That's pretty close reckoning, seems to me. There have been other major predictions as well. The one Marlowe mentioned for instance - it's amazing that the clif detractors actually try to say he is fake because he DIDN'T predict the Japan earthquake. Geez, the guy gets it coming and going! But, in fact, he did. He has been giving the general prediction for years now that quakes were going to become more frequent and hard hitting, plus he predicted the "ill winds" circling the planet nine times. As Fukushima became grotesque, he discussed the possibility that the language could have been interpreted as nine sources of ill winds around the planet instead of nine times for one ill wind around the planet. It really comes down to interpretation.
And this comes to one of the major sticky points about the webbot program. Clif doesn't pretend that he is infallible in interpretation. He does his best to figure out what all these words dumped on his head mean and sometimes he gets it dead wrong. For instance, he predicted an oil volcano in the Persian Gulf and thought it was associated with an Israeli mistake being a nuclear bomb that set off this volcano that spewed the pollution for radioactive oil around the planet nine times. He had the words "gulf," "oil," "volcano," "mistake," etc. Those words ended up describing the Gulf of Mexico oil spill very well.
He fell into the current situation backwards when he got a date and a word from his gathering that made no sense in relation to the stock market and the computer company with the acronym "SUN." On that date, there was a massive solar flare from that big orb in the sky, and clif said to himself, "What the hell!" and that started things rolling toward today. So, the first step in understanding what the webbot is all about is to stop making clif into something he isn't.
Marlowe has isolated the most important aspect of the webbot program - tension building language and tension release language. This is probably about as vague as you could get. After all, tension builds and releases all the time, so anyone can say, "oh, there's going to be tension building for these months, and then it's going to release for these months, and then start building again" and be "right" 100% of the time, and therefore be called "psychic." There are several points of value in being able to put together this pattern though. They are the language associated with the spike of the tension building, and the source of tension building. And this starts getting close to why this coming March is so important.
There's a difference between the tension building language he has been able to graph since the beginning of the webbot project and ordinary, every day, building tension for individuals around the planet. By analyzing the past 14 years of the webbot project, clif has been able to put together deliberate actions on the part of those who consider themselves our masters with every single building tension series in the webbot. To understand this, you need to remember that the media is what clif is watching with the webbot, and mainstream media is owned by those same self-styled masters. They have used mainstream media to build tension among world citizens.
On March 10th, those masters lose the ability (or the desire?) to build tension. As of March 10th (after the spike in tension period from March 2 - 9) there is never building tension language again in webbot predictions. They OWN the media, remember. What could possibly happen to them that they are either no longer able to create building tension language in media they own, or they no longer choose to do so?
Couple this prediction (no more building tension language ever again) with the loss of data, and this March looms as huge for the planet. The loss of data is not instantaneous like the instant loss of building tension language is. The loss of data begins sometime between March 10 and 21, starting at 100% of the expected amount of data up to that point, then starting to decrease in a fast slide toward the end of May, when data will be at 1% of the previous level, and will remain at 1% until May of 2013 when it disappears completely. It is a misnomer to say "data gap" in fact, but it's just too much of a pun to say "data cliff" even though that is what it is.
These two points of information are not predictions. They are fact. The webbot linguistics analysis program that has been in process for 14 years has no more building tension language in it following March 10, and loses 99% of the incoming data following March 10, and then loses all data entirely following June.
I'd sure love someone to come up with something that isn't catastrophic for the planet to explain this one away.