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Originally posted by SJE98
reply to post by ~Lucidity
100,000 cell number picked for random tracking.
I was watching the news today and I think I know what this may be. I too have received strange phone numbers with no call backs etc.. CNN reported that there has been cell phone tracking going on in Europe by randomly calling 20 subjects picked for the test\ study. Random numbers used were tracked in other countries according to the report. But that it was not going on here in the U.S. The Video report did not disclose the cell carrier that is doing this though. From what I understand it’s tracking from just dialing a number from their data base with an unknown number one you could not call back too, also included text messages. I’m not making this up either . check out CNN Link below From the report it said this was not going on in the U.S A. but they just described what everyone here has been saying on the board. Also I noticed that the website content has changed from the actual video footage on television. IE, That this was not going on in other countries. It also stated in the video report on TV that the numbers used you could not be called back to. It seems to have been omitted from the website footage. Hmm wonder why? also some other content is missing than what was in the footage. the story has changed a little.
Found a link to CNN check it out.
[edit on 4-6-2008 by SJE98]
Originally posted by spikey
Well, I think you'll forgive me if i'm jumping to conclusions here but...
I'm smelling a rat here, and i'll explain why...
It has nothing to do with the actually subject or content of your post, but what i do find unusual, is the fact that your writing style seems very similar to another contraversial poster of late - namely 'BoulderMD'.
Having analyzed your prose and syntax, there appear to be a great many similarities between the two authors.
Couple that together with the fact that BOTH you AND boulderMD registered on ATS on exactly the same day, and opened your post with grammer to the effect of "I'm new here, and i'm not sure how this will be accepted by you, but here goes"...kind of thing.
Couple that with the fact that BOTH posts concern predictions and portens from the future, or of events located in a future time stream.
Suspect, to me at least.
We may be conspiracy theorists, but most of us here DO NOT take the word of anyone, without a critical eye.
Conspiracy theorists does not equal gullible idiot. In most cases, the exact opposite is true- meaning we research what peaks our interest, instead of accepting or believing something, just because someone (especially a 'stranger') says something is so.
If i'm right about you, get a life, and give people on here more credit for a higher IQ. If i'm wrong, well, apologies but that's the breaks with unsubstanciated claims mate.
Originally posted by Ryan Lloyd
Originally posted by eye open doors
This sort of reminds me of the time that the Blare Witch Project came out, and there was all these people on the net trying to say it was real.
That was a publicity stunt to get people to watch it! I think that maybe the text message could of got lost in a satelite maybe through a black hole...
(Just a thought!)
Originally posted by dampnickers
One more thing. These messages have no number associated with them.