Sunday, June 8, 2014


Hello everyone,

After 2 years of reporting the news nonstop, we've decided it's time to grow and move forward. Therefore, as of Monday, June 10, 2013, we will no longer be posting any news on this blogger website. We will, of course, leave it up as an archive for past news for those interested in perusing historical events. 


The new website provides the following advantages over this one:

1. You'll get the same live news that you've always had, 24/7/265. Only now, we'll have separate daily news and quake areas of the website so that you can read the information you want with just a single click. Posting there is also a lot easier for us.

2. It's also has a giant forum area where you can post your own stories, thoughts, videos, articles, and so on. For those of you who are passionate about sharing and discussion, this is a whole new dimension of the Coming Crisis that didn't exist before.

3. It will have a live chat room! You'll now have the opportunity to communicate with fellow readers in real time. You might even catch Lynsey and I on there for time to time.

4. It's completely free for readers, and using the new website is super easy. Of course, if you'd like me to help you along while you learn it, I'd be more than glad to. Just email us at and let me know.

5. The Coming Crisis finally owns its own home! It's hosted on our server and we own every aspect of it. We're not longer "borrowing" a space from Google.

6. The forum rewards users for posting. Badges are earned for posting so many comments and so on. However, the most special badge, the "Charter Badge", is only available for the first 100 members who join, so make sure you do so in order to be recognized as one of our founding community members.

Our main thrusts will now be combining news and forum discussion on the new website, as well as building our Youtube video collection (documentaries, news and more) and community. If you haven't already subbed to our Youtube Channel, do so right now by clicking here.

We'd like to thank all our readers for coming by to read our news, and hope you'll all stick with us as we make the move to our brand new home starting Monday. We hope to see each and every one of you there!

As always: take care, stay safe, and keep asking questions.

-- Matt (& Lynsey)

P.S. D-fox, if you can read this, contact us at our new website. As soon as possible.