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Project Code Name Big Ben 7 Florida to Atlanta

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posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 09:11 AM
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a reply to: FootBig

Do what I am doing - improvise!

There are ways to keep yourself safe but it is not easy, as I have recently learned. Information is everywhere and almost all of it is there to misdirect and misinform. The joke is on us but hopefully, if anything happens, those that remain will have the leadership and knowledge to pull many through.
That is the problem I'm having right now, figuring out to what purpose we are being used. The queen of an ant colony doesn't kill the other ants it depends upon for food, protection, work, etc. it's counter productive. Something else is at work here and I hope everyone begins to see through the "Next Level BS" happening right now.




posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 10:24 AM
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a reply to: AnteBellum

just sounds like another fusion centre
/shrugs


The queen of an ant colony doesn't kill the other ants it depends upon for food, protection, work, etc

an interesting ant



posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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There is so much that just sounds off about this story.
Lets assume this is true on its face, and address the basic element.
Data is collected from cell towers and routed to Atlanta…
Well guess what.
Atlanta happens to be the big regional hub for all the wireless carriers.
Since they record all of your data access for billing purposes that information is collected in Atlanta.
So is a record of every phone call you make, how long it lasted and what number you dialed.
They also do network monitoring from a number of locations across the country but one of those is Atlanta. They need to be able to see what towers are down and what wireline connections in their network are offline. They do that at regional NOC’s.
So yes they do that kind of data collection in Atlanta but its not necessarily anything nefarious.
Second. All wireless towers are connected to the central offices of the telephone carriers. These offices are all networked together as well. That’s how you can make calls and get info from internet servers in vastly separated locations. All that information has to cross networks and to do that it has to be timed. Timing is centrally provided by what is called “network time” imagine that! There is a system in place to controls all of the switching and timing for each office in the network and guess what its called? System 7. Very similar to “big ben 7”
Next element
Sepco.
Its common for companies that have government contracts to jump through security hoops to meet those contracts.
Again nothing specifically odd about this.
Circuit boards and IT guys…IT guys don’t work on circuit boards. EE’s and ET’s work on circuit boards. IT guys troubleshoot to boards and then they replace them and even that is only in specific situations typically its checking to the unit and they pull the whole box.. They don’t do board level component testing or development.

Next element
The solar lights. Almost all solar panels are manufactured overseas. US companies just install them in their products. Having some level of control over the charge controllers for the panels makes them operate more efficiently and allows for better operation. You get remote control via Radio Frequency. One type of RF is High Frequency or HF. Now if an owner of a lot of these lights wanted to control them from far away he would need an HF transmitter to do that with.
Nothing crazy about that. I have a friend that works for a company that builds those orange roadside trailers with the big flashing lights and signs. They have solar panels and radio controls built into them.

I think you have elements of truth here but its 2+2 =8.



posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 01:43 PM
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a reply to: Dragoon01

I appreciate your valid input and thank you for explaining some things. I am only able to relay what was told to me from my husband. My husband was not happy with what he was told and I ran with it a bit further, seeking answers.

You explained things well but nothing seems to require all the governmental cover-ups that was and possibly still is taking place. I understand data mining and have stated that I realize this in and of itself is not a new thing, it was all the other stuff that went along with it that I thought was peculiar.



posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 02:30 PM
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a reply to: quirkygirl

I dont doubt your sincerity or fault your desire to question this. I think what I was really trying to get at is that who ever told your husband this info was probable jumping to conclusions and tying things together that are not necessarily so. I work in the telecom industry and have done a lot of work with cellular carriers and their networks. I have no doubt that the government is fishing the data that we all use but its done very high up the network ladder at the core levels not on the edge at the towers. Its very possible that this company was working on some other form of government project involving towers or solar lighting. That could be the source of tight security or possibly its a very closely guarded industrial secret that they are keeping close. I just saw elements of the story that didnt quite line up and thought that someone was putting together different sources of information that were unrelated.



posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 02:36 PM
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Sounds like the old Echelon UKMET alliance from the 1950's and 60's. Lockheed intercept built listening facilities in the US and the information was beamed to the UK for analysis. The original listening posts could monitor power lines, as well as most any radio communication. Makes sense that they would want to integrate cell phone listening capabilities into the same system. With compartmentalized knowledge it would be difficult for a Snowden like person to blow the whistle. The old facilities were often built near brackish swamps because they could get a grounding advantage. Once you go to the trouble of securing an area its probably smart to reuse it.



posted on Aug, 22 2014 @ 08:10 AM
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Circuit boards and IT guys…IT guys don’t work on circuit boards. EE’s and ET’s work on circuit boards. IT guys troubleshoot to boards and then they replace them and even that is only in specific situations typically its checking to the unit and they pull the whole box.. They don’t do board level component testing or development.


Thanks for clearing that up, I had the same issue with the OP. I am an EE myself and this is the first thing that stuck out at me. IT guys are totally clueless about electrical circuitry. Just last week I had an IT guy ask me how transistors work so I found myself trying to explain that to him for probably 15 minutes. He was really interested, but didn't have any understanding of it at all.

I also work in telecom, your other comments are also well noted.



posted on Aug, 22 2014 @ 08:28 AM
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When my husband sees him again, I'll have him clarify this point. Thanks for the education. It helps. It is a weird project regardless, and I wish I knew what it was.
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