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Originally posted by GrimUK
I wasn't having a pop at you and if you feel this way then I apologise. I was merely referring to the fact that I felt that what pjslug said about looking for spelling and grammatical errors are pointless in trying to debunk this, was a good point.
Originally posted by RING0
The pictures of the "assembled" green object look like an actual model, (versus a CGI model.), could it be the result of a Rapid prototyping machine I am not certain if they are capable of making models with sufficient detail to look like the one seen in the photograph and if true would mean the scale of the object could be measured in inches. With this in mind, looking at the picture, it does have a look of a small scale model. These machines are quite expensive and this could point to an elaborate and expensive infrastructure being utilized by the perpetrators.
Originally posted by chunder
At the risk of appearing as a conspiracy nut -
Seriously though, I can't help thinking that there may be enough clues to locate where such a facility as described by Isaac could have existed.
Palo Alto Daily News
A four-alarm fire that gutted the University Avenue offices above the Walgreens drug store and Subway sandwich shop
What GREEN Object are people talking about? I only saw black objects, did i miss a pic? Thx.
'To all of you junior typestyle detectives, I'm tired of you guys assuming the world of computers revolves around PC/Windows and Mac. Desktop publishing was not invented on the Mac or PC.
Ever heard of a little term called WYSIWYG? Any guess where that came from? I'll tell you. WYSIWYG, or What You See Is What You Get, originated at Xerox PARC and was first commercialized in the Xerox Star in 1981 and by 1985 had been improved in the Viewpoint 6085.The new hardware provided 1MB to 4MB of memory, a 10MB to 80MB hard disk, a 15" or 19" display, a 5.25" floppy drive, a mouse, Ethernet connector and a price of a little over $6,000.
Let's not forget laser printing. The laser printer was invented where? Yep, you guessed it, XPARC.
Hmmm... XPARC... XPARC... Where did I hear about that recently? Oh yeah, the freakin' Issac dude talked about it.
"XPARC served as one of the models for the CARET program’s first incarnation..."
"A couple of my co-workers were plucked right from places like IBM and, at least two of them came from XPARC itself."
"One of the best examples of the power of the tech sector was Xerox PARC, a research center in Palo Alto, CA. XPARC was responsible for some of the major milestones in the history of computing. While I never had the privilege of working there myself I did know many of the people who did and I can say that they were among the brightest engineers I ever knew."
The CARET project was working on the most advanced technology on the planet, albeit extra-terrestrial in origin. Isaac stated they were using super computers, probably Crays at that time. They had the "brightest engineers". Don't you think they'd have the best word processing/desktop publishing platform of its day which was the Xerox? They probably had something better than the commercially available Viewpoint 6085.
More than you ever knew you wanted to know about the Xerox Star is at members.dcn.org...
I feel sorry for him as in a way he is a martyr if he goes down. I think he is still alive because he does a an ace up his sleeve, knowledge he may have given others and is secreted somewhere.
This material is by far even more revealing, and taken in context with the Gary Mckenna story, means this person Isaac (name of ancient Prophet) has placed his life in jeopardy or he was authorized to release it. I think it was the latter. from his scans it appears he was in a rush.This may be a test for us, the public.
I'm glad some people are downloading this stuff. If its not the latter than the man has snapped. Some secrets are just too big, and he may have been left out of something he felt a part of..like his job or promotion.. who knows what triggered but he should know the IRS is the least of his problems.
But this really looks fabulous. I wonder if the recent Japanese work with integrating the brain or reading is tied into this stuff as the hardware shown may very well need that can of input . Thats going to be some programming. Not long ago they purchasedd the Skylark of Valeron series by EE doc smith. This is Pre PC days, when slide rulers ruled, where the ships operators brains interfaced with the ships. But I never heard anything else.
Originally posted by 11 11
It would be best if you just stopped researching the language and characters, because it is absolutly non existant and has no meaning. It will make you run in cirlces for years, because this language was designed by the hoaxer to be "not from this world", meaning that it has absolutly no man made meaning.