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Project Serpo: Postings by "Anonymous" -- Breaking news?

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posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 10:39 AM
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Originally posted by onlyinmydreams
To be serious, I wonder if Bill has specific orders to not release any more posts from Anon until we've come to accept the 'shocking' revelation that Ebens make weird clones and hybrids.

Hi, onlyinmydreams –

I can confirm that this is absolutely not the case (i.e. I'm not sitting on anything and have no "orders" of that kind. I have no clue what may or may not be coming next or when).

However, it's well worth considering that Anon and his colleagues are likely to be monitoring this forum with great interest. We can only speculate what conclusions they're drawing about this focus group's response to the posted information...!

Best, Bill




posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 10:40 AM
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I've been hearing the word "CoS mentioned alot on this thread.
Can someone tell me what this means?



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by MagicaRose
I've been hearing the word "CoS mentioned alot on this thread.
Can someone tell me what this means?


Church of Scientology. And I'm very much looking forward to Bill's answer to this post..

-rdube02



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 10:49 AM
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Mr. Ryan

Welcome back and let me apologize for the treatment you have recieved of late from some other members. For everyone of those that have attacked you, there are many others like myself that are watching from the sidelines who still appreciate the effort you are putting forth.

Now regarding the communication between the Eben and the team in the last logs, do you see this as being a unlikely scenerio where the Eben are actuallly using a spoken language and not speaking telepathically as your learned colleague suggest in his email to you!



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by Klepto
Speak to this "Bill Ryan" character and see what he base his belief of this story on..

Hi, Klepto –

Most members (I hope!) know by now that my mantra is "if you have a question or feel confused, please ask."

Sometimes I miss a question among the pages or am slow to respond to a U2U... please be patient and repeat if necessary if it seems I've overlooked something.

What may be useful for you or anyone else wondering what my general stance is (and how it's evolved over time), is to click "find posts" at the foot of this or any other message, and you'll see them all in sequence from the time I first appeared on ATS. I'd be quite interested to know if anyone else has found this a useful recap.

Best, Bill



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:02 AM
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Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
There are several good reasons to temporarily close this thread to replies until we receive more substantial information such as the long promised photographs.


I keep checking back periodically to see if any pictures have been posted. The only picture I've seen so far is a picture of Fonzie on skis. That's not gonna cut it!


Where are the freakin' pictures???????????

Peace



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:07 AM
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Good morning Bill,

I sent you a U2U explaining my disappearance last night.
For everybody here, I had to dash off to the eldest son (oxymorons) silver birthday bash. Yep, he's 25...now he has a house and food I can eat! Parenthood is wonderful!!!

With last night's posted number list it now appears our cast of characters looks like this:

(no number) Commander (Male)
102 (Male)
203 Weapons Duties (Security? Second in command?)
225 (13th Crew Member is now out)
308 DOA (Male)
420 Linguist (Male)
475 possible female linguist (termed Male)*
518
633 Scientist or Pilot (Male)
661 Scientist or Pilot
700 Doctor (Male)
*Post 11, 2nd after Day 2: "700 is eating it. He seems OK but it is upsetting his bowels."
754 Doctor (Female)
899 Weapons Duties (Male) (Security?)

Can you confirm?



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:09 AM
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Originally posted by Bill Ryan
However, it's well worth considering that Anon and his colleagues are likely to be monitoring this forum with great interest. We can only speculate what conclusions they're drawing about this focus group's response to the posted information...!

Best, Bill

Almost embarrasing after all the flaming...


Originally posted by Bill Ryan
Most members (I hope!) know by now that my mantra is "if you have a question or feel confused, please ask."

Best, Bill

Reminds me of John Titor.. *Hmmm*



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:13 AM
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Originally posted by Bill Ryan
However, it's well worth considering that Anon and his colleagues are likely to be monitoring this forum with great interest. We can only speculate what conclusions they're drawing about this focus group's response to the posted information...!


funny choice of words
joke or slip?



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:13 AM
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Originally posted by netron
Bill Ryan said earlier:
"6) I close by releasing this significant snippet of information, which came to light just last Friday. I received this message below on the contact form on 20 December. The e-mail address supplied was an LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratories) address, but every version of it (including possible typos) bounced when I attempted to reply. It said simply:

From: [lanl.us.gov formatted address]
Date: 20 Dec 2005 02:37:08 -0000
To: "Serpo.org"
Subject: Contact"


yeah , but its dead easy to fake a FROM address.

doesnt prove anything - unless you analysed the headers and traced the source of the mail back to a LANL subnet.

its a hoax, unless Mr Ryan comes up with documents, pictures and/or audio/video to back up the entire story.

Hi, netron –

Many thanks. I think you may have misunderstood or overlooked what I said here. What I'd missed until last Friday was that the IP address is (apparently) the same as Anonymous's.

The IP address is (sometimes) the identifying "number plate" or "fingerprint" of an individual computer – and (sometimes) a descriptor of the routing a message takes (a function of the network). The IP address is not visible in the text of the message but is part of the message's "header" (which most e-mail clients, like Outlook, can read if you choose the appropriate menu option).

Maybe an IT specialist here could explain that further, or better. I've just realized in writing this that you may have been thinking I was referring to the e-mail address. That's something completely different.

With some considerable caution, then, I'm thinking that this may have been a genuine signal that this is 80/20 disinformation. On the contact form, of course anyone can give any e-mail address they like (and many do).

Re the "20% fiction" component, any one of us could take one-fifth of the words/sentences/paragraphs in a story and alter them so it ended up reading like nonsense. (5% would do it, actually, if you chose the right 5%. This is one line of thinking I really encourage members to consider.)

Best, Bill



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:17 AM
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Originally posted by proserpinfrmr

Originally posted by Bill Ryan
However, it's well worth considering that Anon and his colleagues are likely to be monitoring this forum with great interest. We can only speculate what conclusions they're drawing about this focus group's response to the posted information...!


funny choice of words
joke or slip?


wow...nice catch....



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:21 AM
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Hi! You've reached the ATS hotline.

For English press 1.
For Eben press 2.

If you would like pictures press NEVER.
To speak to a human, hybrid, or be screamed at by Ebe2, please hold....

It should be apparent we are not in control. You have given your monitor to someone else who is not at your mercy but will keep you at theirs by releasing only what they choose, when they choose.

Is it not best that we work with what is available?



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:22 AM
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Bill doesn't seem to be a "
" fan.

But I read the " ...! " as the indicator of a joke right away.



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:32 AM
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Originally posted by Im a true sceptic
I wouldnt kick these people in the nuts - and i find your opinion quite distastful.


I understand your opinion. You are intitled to it, and I even pointed out one of your posts shed some light on this thread and thanked you for it.

If you dislike the term lowerclassman, you can substitute 'troll'. I meant the two to be interchangable anyway (in the context of ATS at least).



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:37 AM
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Originally posted by proserpinfrmr

Originally posted by Bill Ryan
However, it's well worth considering that Anon and his colleagues are likely to be monitoring this forum with great interest. We can only speculate what conclusions they're drawing about this focus group's response to the posted information...!


funny choice of words
joke or slip?



Neither, just fact in my opinion. If this is an authorized gradual release from the Government, then what do you think we are to them? A Focus Group. After all, you can't actually believe we are the only ones discussing this. Bill himself said there are many other people discussing this outside of ATS. There are many groups that the Government would be looking at to gauge when we are ready for more information and how much to put out there.

A gradual release is the best so that it can be fully digested in its entirety. You put too much out there and people won't know where to start or how to process it.

I think some are trying too hard to find something to discredit Bill with.



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:38 AM
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What better way to try out a story.Give it to a bunch of people in the
Ufo comminity and see there reactions.Give a little bit of info and sit back and watch what happens.Give a little more and see what happens.

If the story gets by these people then the general public will except it.


Are we being studied by the Goverment right now.

I sure there watching whats going on hear.


[edit on 31-1-2006 by Fred_S]



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by SINGULAR
I think some are trying too hard to find something to discredit Bill with.




My thoughts exactly, it seems that some here are deliberately setting out to discredit Bill with whatever tidbit they can latch onto. Our time would be better served to concentrate on the posting of 'Anon' and spend less on trying to dissect every word from Bill.



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:55 AM
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For Bill Ryan


Originally posted by Bill Ryan

Many thanks. I think you may have misunderstood or overlooked what I said here. What I'd missed until last Friday was that the IP address is (apparently) the same as Anonymous's.

The IP address is (sometimes) the identifying "number plate" or "fingerprint" of an individual computer – and (sometimes) a descriptor of the routing a message takes (a function of the network). The IP address is not visible in the text of the message but is part of the message's "header" (which most e-mail clients, like Outlook, can read if you choose the appropriate menu option).

Maybe an IT specialist here could explain that further, or better. I've just realized in writing this that you may have been thinking I was referring to the e-mail address. That's something completely different.

With some considerable caution, then, I'm thinking that this may have been a genuine signal that this is 80/20 disinformation. On the contact form, of course anyone can give any e-mail address they like (and many do).


Hi Bill. I wanted add a few things that you may not be aware of... forging an artificial source IP address (spoofing) can (and does) happen all the time. It's a relatively simply process, and one that I won't explain here for obvious reasons.

That said, if Anon's messages can be confirmed to come from one *PUBLIC* IP address (spoofed or otherwise) that belongs to a solitary PC (not a router), then it would be extremely unlikely that a hoaxer would know to use that IP address for his spoofs and indeed any messages from that source should be genuine.

However, if the IP address is PRIVATE (behind a NAT box, for instance), then there could literally be *thousands* of individual "computers" using that same IP to access the Internet, and all a hoaxer would have to do is spoof that one IP to make it appear his messages are originating from that location... for instance, a Router's IP address located inside a government agency's network.

I hope I'm making sense, but if not I'd be more than happy to clarify anything I've written.


[edit on 31-1-2006 by YYZZYY]



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:58 AM
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Hi Bill,
Ok. So its said that 'J-ROD' is way above Top Sec and his/her/its identity cannot be divulged due to 'National Security' reasons. Be that as it may, and after going through the story (so far), I think that IF this is true, then J-ROD obviously is a CLONED HUMAN BEING, genetically altered/mutated by the 'EBEs for whatever reason. Note-he's not too much like the EBEs!!
Incredible? Don't believe it? The truth is right here! Lets go get it!! One way is to organise a mass movement to force the Governments to come clean. 'The Disclosure Project' is one such. For those who wanna check this out.

www.disclosureproject.org...



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 11:59 AM
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Originally posted by WHOFLUNGGUM
[My thoughts exactly, it seems that some here are deliberately setting out to discredit Bill with whatever tidbit they can latch onto. Our time would be better served to concentrate on the posting of 'Anon' and spend less on trying to dissect every word from Bill.

it seems there are some deliberately setting out to give bill credit and discredit his detractors
why?
why does bill suddenly seem so keenly interested in how his story is accepted?




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