That’s what I figured. It’s possible that he might give accurate predictions from time to time, but it’s also possible that he’ll be completely off and send folks into a panic. That doesn’t seem like a good thing to do, especially with something so serious.
I probably won’t ever trust predictions that come from certain sources because we had a prediction of an earthquake from the New Madrid fault when I was in Kindergarten or first grade. It was around 1990. We had to go through earthquake drills in school because of it. People were panicking and it was just not a fun time.
It didn’t happen.