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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The road ahead

Using remote viewing we can see what the road ahead looks like. Any obstacles in our path become apparent when we tun on the high beam. By seeing what lies ahead we can plan for it.

What is an ice rain?

Well, an ice rain is when you have circumstances that do not allow you to steer around obstacles. You cannot turn or brake or even speed up. Your ability to avoid obstacles is decreased and the possibility of an accident does increase, so even with information about what is coming you have trouble avoiding it.

The worst possible scene is an ice rain and fog. You view of what is soon to come is limited and your ability to alter your course is limited. Right now many of us are in such a predicament. To get out we need resources and information. The more we know about what is coming and the more we prepare the better our chance to survive.