"Someday after mastering winds, waves, tides and gravity, we shall harness the energies of love, and then, for the second time in the history of the world, man will discover fire" - Teilhard de Chardin.
The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 26 December 2004 demonstrated that animals were far more adept at surviving (this) natural disaster than were humans. It appears that animals are naturally linked to a non-Physical Plane of existence and that their experience of events occurs in a different manner than our own. Their ability seems to be applicable towards disaster driven physical events rather than intentional acts of choice (e. g. by man). The monitoring of the activity of migrating birds and elephants once long range comet detection has occurred, offers a way to predict, and/or verify, impending impact times and locations. Maximum lead times are undetermined, but may be as much as one or more weeks before the actual impact.
Even more remarkable, it appears that collective humanity may have the same latent ability, indirectly inherited from the 'animal species' from which we have 'ascended'. Princeton's Global Consciousness Project is exploiting an apparent physically measurable connection to the elusive concept of human consciousness. These measurements may offer the ability to detect disasters before they happen and they are exploitable through relatively simple modern electronic technology and mathematical analysis. This data and other data commonly known as the Bible Code had its origins on another plane of existence (AKA Heaven?), and is thought to be deduced by means of logic and reason. Further, this analysis shows that the 'Astral radiation' emanating from planets nucleating around Schwarzschild singularities (or black holes) can influences human (and likely animal) behavior via a psi-like wave (as in the dependent variable in the Schrodinger Equation) that changes the randomness of common physical events. The concatenation of these different types of data offers a method of initial survival and a way to minimize fatalities due to a catastrophe.