Spaceships have been sent to Mars for quite a while.
BUT IN *ONE* YEAR (1999) *TWO* SPACESHIPS WERE DESTROYED *ON* MARS.
(i.e., The year 1999....BEFORE AND AFTER MARS REIGNS WITH GOOD
FORTUNE). That is a world historical novelty.
Merely repeating your claim is not an adequate response to the refutation.
HOW COMMON ARE SIX-LEGGED LAMBS BORN WITH TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSES?
First, your premise is wrong; it wasn't born "with" the solar eclipse, merely within the same two-week period. Second, you are committing what's known as the Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy, wherein one empties a revolver into the side of a barn and then draws a bullseye around the holes. The deformed lamb and the solar eclipse are the bullet holes, and you have drawn a "bullseye" around the two events, ignoring all other instances of birth defects in the entire animal kingdom and all other instances of eclipses or other impressive natural phenomena.
Such an approach is utterly useless. It's simply forcing two events roughly correlated by date into your view of a particular translation of some mystic poetry written centuries ago.
st60 are you sleeping or something? What do you have to say?
First, I would say I don't spend all my time on the Internet, let alone a particular web forum. I have a life away from the computer.
Second, I would point out that you still haven't addressed my refutation of your previous Mars claim.
Third, I would add that your interpretations have no predictive power whatsoever, and moreover are faulty in their premises.
Finally, I would say - why don't you try actually predicting a specific event before it happens, instead of just data-mining factoids to manufacture an after-the-fact association? If you can do that, you can snap up the Randi prize. "Postdictions" don't mean anything; anybody can do that with questionable translations and vague associations. Don't flatter yourself into thinking they're "running" from you.