Not really news to some of us, but I figured I'd mention this here for anyone having issues getting to certain sites.
I was deciding how I wanted to heat my water for some tea, and wondered what, if any, effects microwaving had on fluoride in water. I did a G**gle
search for "effects microwaving fluoridated water", and the first site to come up was
. The excerpt
said "Nov 3, 2006 ... One of the unexpected results of water fluoridation was the multiplier effect caused by the processing of foods and beverages
using ...". That sounded interesting (short attention span here... taken me 15 minutes to get this far!). So I clicked it.
I get a page with a message like it couldn't find the server. Ok, so I click back and try it again and get the same page. I clicked back again, and
decided to try it one more time, and actually read the message. It basically said that too many people were accessing the site at the same time. So I
try it a couple more times. Should work, right? No reason G**gle should block the first of it's picks... ?
This has actually been happening to me intermittently all week. If any of you are getting bogus search results, just dump your cookies
didn't think about it before dumping them, but next time this happens I'm gonna try to see who the culprit is, even if I have to systematically
quarantine each cookie one by one... unless someone else already knows, lol.
Anyways, after I dumped my cookies I had no problem getting to that specific site. Just a warning and true scenario. I haven't had any problem
getting to any
page that contained something which could be considered by an ATS member as propaganda or brainwashing/sublim. messaging. All
the links I have problems with have been related to topics commonly found in conspiracy theory rings and groups, such as the aforementioned fluoride
site. Others have been links to sites with articles about (what I'm now referring to on ATS as) Medication M
, UFO's, and a couple others that
don't come immediately to mind.
I'm curious about this stuff... is Big Pharma blocking legit sites about Medication M? Gov group blocking other stuff? All together? Certain topics
per corp, or all in on a virus-type list? Another thought is maybe it's a "Weak Campaign", simply put if the link goes nowhere, try the next site.
Eventually, or rather, more often than not you will end up at a propaganda site simply by them putting a cookie on your computer that blocks access to
certain sites. DoS attack, essentially, from the user end. The actual campaign being to shift the easy herd away from something that may make them
become concerned (and possibly taking their crazy neighbor seriously). If you take into consideration the AVERAGE computer user, plus the amount of
users who are below average concerning Internet usage, that is a GIANT impact on the type of media people receive!