posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 09:52 PM
Ok, I just did the same crunching on the RSS feeds that are available here and got:
Anyone, conspirarcy, people, local, real, debate, bush, something, across, found, thought, global, attack.
Since re-reading the Article you pointed out and the one at urban survival, I see that this is not exactly how the webbot works.
The process description at Half Past Human seemed like a load of mumbo jumbo to me, but it is late here!
The urban survial description made more sense to me.
There is a list of "target words" (I want to know what these are and how they are defined). When one of these target words is found, a sample of
the text surronding is taken. This data is then crunched through layers of unknown logic and then plotted on charts.
The results are taken from words or phrases that have the highest occurances on these charts.
The whole process seems to be a bit of a grey and murky area to me. Dont get me wrong, I am not trying to bash it, just trying to understand how it
works, so I can make an informed judgement as to if there is anything in it.
It would be great if ATS could do an interview with these guys to find out more about how it works! There are more and more threads on here featuring
At the moment, I see it kind of like the whole Nostradamus thing, there may be something in it, or it may just be people reading something into it.
I would love to chat to these guys about it and see how their techniques are supposed to make the results more accurate.