posted on Dec, 3 2008 @ 11:44 PM
If you wanted to make this story more believable, you might have said you found software on your Dell computer that displays strange blips of light
moving around in a 3D grid map of the solar system, labeled with strange designations. You could have said that you noticed a strange buzzing from
inside your computer, and after opening up your computer's case, you found a weird circuit board attached in the PCI-E slot with a big donut-shaped
coil, which vibrates slightly and makes your hair stand up like static electricity. You could have said that you think your computer was leaked from
some top-secret government project that tracks alien spacecraft...
... Because honestly that would be more believable than saying "I have a graphics card that i just got from dell and it tracks the coordinates of the
us military and unidentified flying objects throughout outer space".
This is not only vague and useless, but makes no sense at all from a technical perspective. If you really do have what you claim, you're going to
have to explain it in a lot more detail what you're seeing, and take screenshots/videos/etc. as proof. Otherwise you're going to appear like what
you do currently: A poor hoax attempt / delusional person.
[edit on 3-12-2008 by ac500]