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Predictions for 2011, Part I

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Date: Thursday - December 30, 2010
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Open Lines

Ian Punnett hosted Part I of the Annual Predictions Show, asking callers to share one event they see coming in 2011. Here are some of the predictions Coast listeners made for the new year:

  • Cal predicted a military coup in North Korea, which will lead to an improvement of that country's relationship with the West.
  • Tom in Salem, Oregon foresees a major discovery at CERN that will relate to the heaven dimension, where souls go when people die.
  • Cornelius said George Noory will marry in 2011; Jim in Dallas specifically said George will marry on November 11, 2011.
  • Nancy predicted an 8.1 earthquake will hit along the San Andreas fault in mid-March.
  • A subterranean tunnel will be found under the North American or Asian continent which could lead to Bigfoot's discovery, stated Charles of North Hollywood.
  • AJ in Fort Meyers envisions the two big wrestling divisions, WWE and TNA, having serious money problems.
  • An Illuminati sex slave scandal will be revealed, said Simon from Baltimore.
  • Robert in Bloomington, Ill. foresees nanotechnology being used to heal people.
  • Charles in Riverside, CA predicted a collapse of the music industry, with several large labels filing for bankruptcy.
  • 'Synchronized walking' becomes very popular, said Greg in Iowa.
  • Barb in Ohio predicted the largest sale of flowers ever, from mid February through early May.
  • Stone in Kansas City, MO said that Yellowstone will "stretch its jaws," with increased earthquakes, but no major eruption in 2011.
  • A major cruise ship will disappear in the Bermuda Triangle, predicted Seth.
  • Shane shared a vision of a small military conflict that will take place on January 14th that will lead to a larger conflagration.
  • John in California said the Zodiac Killer will finally be identified in 2011.
  • A private research company will begin cloning people for organ donations, said Alex.

Ian also reviewed callers' predictions made for 2010. Here is a sample of the hits and misses.

Misses:

  • The Dollar will crash. We are going to go to another financial currency.
  • President Obama goes on live TV to announce that aliens do exist, and has a green alien speak on camera.
  • Ground opens up, sky is bright orange, massive earthquakes.
  • Edgar Cayce‚Äôs Hall of Records will be found in the Grand Canyon.
  • The disappearance of sea lions in San Francisco after Thanksgiving is a prelude to an explosion in Yellowstone.
  • In the wake of recent terrorist attacks, it will force the government to tip its hand and reveal what has up until now been a secret form of teleportation.

Hits:

  • Deadly attack on a freighter off coast of Somalia; international military force will launch attack on bases of Somali pirates.
  • 35% of pest control operators in the United States will use non-toxic chemicals in their businesses.

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