Last night’s Campbell Live interview with Ken Ring has caused widespread anger across social networking sites, including a blog written by media commentator Brian Edwards who said Campbell was a “disgrace to the interviewer’s trade”.
Edwards is well known for being critical of interviewers in New Zealand however this time he has the support of many in the public – at least, he has support from the vocal people on Twitter.
But, interview skills aside, was Campbell simply reflecting a mood throughout Christchurch and New Zealand that Ring’s predictions have no scientific base and therefore are doing more harm than good?
Whether you liked or hated the interview is irrelevant – we want to ask you this question – Do you believe Ken Ring is a credible source for earthquake predictions?
on 16/05/2011 11:33pm
Does Ken Ring have any scientific qualifications??
on 22/03/2011 8:17am
jesus chris look how manny people are stupid and bealive him he thinks he can read cats paws if you bealive him you are an idiot
on 16/03/2011 12:35am
Have a look at this Youtube video and see if you still think Mr Ring is credible:
He uses “+/- 4 days” either side of each event (full moon, new moon, king tides, perigee and apogee. This video explains what is wrong with his charts.
on 10/03/2011 4:37am
Anyone got extra toilet paper