Italian Seismologists Charged With Manslaughter For Not Predicting 6 April 2009 L'Aquila Earthquake? Shouldn't The Italian Bishops And Priests Be Put On Trial For Causing Earthquake Because Of Their Numerous Sins?: "A Number Of Large Cities Will Be Shattered And Swallowed By Earthquakes" ~ Our Lady of La Salette 1846
"A number of large cities will be shattered and swallowed by earthquakes" Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)The Italian Seismologists should use the Our Lady of La Salette defense. Our Lady of La Salette already had warned the world of the earthquakes to come, she said this in 1846, it is now 2011, one would think that some would pay attention to her words by now, you had over 150 years to reflect on her words, a little too late. As for the defense, Our Lady had said that the earthquakes to come were a punishment from God for all the sins of the bad Priests and Bishops. The sins of the bad Priests and Bishops have accumulated quite a debt by now in 2011, so it is no surprise that God's patience is at a end with these wicked men. Again Our Lady:
"Woe to the inhabitants of the earth. There will be bloody wars, and famines; plagues and contagious diseases; there will be frightful showers of animals; thunders which will demolish cities; earthquakes which will engulf countries; voices will be heard in the air; men will beat their heads against the walls; they will call on death, yet death will constitute their torment; blood will flow on all sides. Who could overcome, if God doesn't shorten the time of trial?" Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
"Priests, my Son's ministers, priests, by their evil life, by their irreverences and their impiety in celebrating the holy mysteries, love of money, love of honor and pleasures, priests have become sewers of impurity. Yes, priests call forth vengeance, and vengeance is suspended over their heads. Woe to priests, and to persons consecrated to God, who by their infidelities and their evil life are crucifying my son anew! The sins of persons consecrated to God cry to heaven and call for vengeance, and now here is vengeance at their very doors, for no longer is anyone found to beg mercy and pardon for the people; there are no more generous souls, there is now no one worthy of offering the spotless Victim to the Eternal on the worlds behalf.No, it is not Italian Seismologists who should be charged with manslaughter bu the wicked priests and Bishop for causing the April 6th 2009 earthquake at 3:32 local time (1:32 UTC) (As a side note I remember that day Sunday (April 5) driving home with a priest from Indiana wondering at the bizarre light given off by the sunset, I turned to Father and said that this was an ominous sign - later that day Italy was struck by the earthquake).
"God will strike in an unparalleled manner. Woe to the inhabitants of the earth! God will exhaust His anger, and no one will be able to escape so many evils at once. The heads, the leaders of the people of God, have neglected prayer and penance, and the devil has darkened their minds; they have become those wandering stars which the ancient devil will drag with his tail to destruction. God will permit the ancient serpent to sow divisions among rulers, in all societies and in all families; both physical and moral punishments will be suffered. God will abandon men to themselves and will send chastisements one after the other for over 35 years.
"Society is on the very eve of most terrible scourges and greatest events; one must expect to be governed by a rod of iron and to drink the chalice of God's wrath. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
You can blame the Italian Seismologists for not predicting the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake, but you must also blame the sins of the wicked Bishops and Priests for causing the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake.
Italian Seismologits Charged With Manslaughter for Not Predicting 2009 Quake
Published May 27, 2011
Italian government officials have accused the country's top seismologist of manslaughter, after failing to predict a natural disaster that struck Italy in 2009, a massive devastating earthquake that killed 308 people.
A shocked spokesman for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) likened the accusations to a witch hunt.
"It has a medieval flavor to it -- like witches are being put on trial," the stunned spokesman told FoxNews.com.
Enzo Boschi, the president of Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV), will face trial along with six other scientists and technicians, after failing to predict the future and the impending disaster.
Earthquakes are, of course, nearly impossible to predict, seismologists say. In fact, according to the website for the USGS, no major quake has ever been predicted successfully.
"Neither the USGS nor Caltech nor any other scientists have ever predicted a major earthquake," reads a statement posted on the USGS website. "They do not know how, and they do not expect to know how any time in the foreseeable future."
John Vidale, a Washington State seismologist and professor at the University of Washington, agreed that earthquake forecasting is simply impossible.
"We're not able to predict earthquakes very well at all," he told LiveScience.
"One problem is, we don't know how much stress it takes to break a fault," Vidale told the site. "Second we still don't know how much stress is down there. All we can do is measure how the ground is deforming."
Not knowing either of these factors makes it pretty tough to figure out when stresses will get to the point of a rupture, and an earth-shaking quake, LiveScience explained.
The seven scientists were placed under investigation almost a year ago, according to a news story on the website of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) -- the world's largest general-science society and a leading voice for the interests of scientists worldwide.
Alan Leschner, chief executive of AAAS, said his group wrote a letter to the Italian government last year -- clearly, to no avail.
"Whoever made these accusations misunderstands the nature of science, the nature of the discipline and how difficult it is to predict anything with the surety they expect," Leschner told FoxNews.com.
The case could have a "chilling effect" on scientists, he noted. More