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Summary of Part 6 Webbot- Alta Report - from Clif on Radio 4/25/09

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posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 03:00 PM
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Originally posted by questioningall
reply to post by DarkStar86
 


don't worry, my interview with Mr. Celente will be about what he has studied and his predictions and thoughts on the economy and the direction we are going!

Webbot won't be mentioned


I wouldn't dare do that. Besides I don't take the webbot predictions as gospel, I do listen to them though. I also believe when you look at everything else going on, things that seemed impossible and outrageous, aren't so much anymore.

No, my interview with Mr. Celente, will be very professional and strictly on him.









posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 03:24 PM
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Originally posted by Seany

Originally posted by Seany
reply to post by questioningall
 


one thing confuses me a bit about your web bot

we know the net is 90% porn, so why no porn predictions

Now I realize the Bot people will filter out the PORN stuff, so my point

is , what barometers do they use to filter "feed" out, and do they filter out

things that aren't sensational to report?

How come the Bot never says "All is good, Peace on earth"


still waiting for a reply, I guess the thread was orphaned



It can easily be avoided using filters, why would you want to base your predictions on pornographic material, that doesnt make sense. The "barometer" is keywords for the crawler, if you want to learn how to build your own search engine you can use Google Customized Search, the webbot is different though since it has to produce predictions/a report from its findings based on its algorithms and just not the search results like Google do (also using algos, very advanced of course).
www.google.com...

The social and semantic web is interesting, it can become a hive mind, a collective conciousness.
en.wikipedia.org...

The Global Consciousness Project, Meaningful Correlations in Random Data
noosphere.princeton.edu...

[edit on 2009/4/26 by reugen]



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 03:50 PM
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Originally posted by questioningall
Also the PTB are having the military test on troops "Ormes" which would be for them to stop any radiation problems from the sun and magnet problems we will be having.


Back in December I started a thread on ORMES ....
Read that thread here .
If ya'll are interested in knowing more about it or talking about it ...


Note to OP .. thanks, questioningall, excellent work!



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 03:55 PM
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WOW awesome!!! Thank you - star for you!!

I am reading your thread now.

I wondered about it, as I had never heard of it before.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:09 PM
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"We have to acknowledge that on the equator, the height of the water in the oceans is 13 miles higher that it is at either pole"

Woah.. the gov mentioned something about a dramatic increase in sea levels but 0_0



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:13 PM
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Ok, I'll oblige.

I predict, women will still be taking their clothes off for cheap porn in September 2009 after Israel bombs Iran. Men will still be buying badly made porn in July 2010, after the stock market crashes, Vesuvius erupts and the greys start kidnapping retired porn actors for their dna. And most male porn stars will still look like Ron Jeremy. Why can't they hire guys that look like Hugh Jackman and Eric Bana? I'm tired of holding a paper bag up to the screen!



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:17 PM
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reply to post by Whatthehell?
 

That sounds good! Can I come? That will give us enough time to stock up on chips and booze since it will be unavailable after June according to certain sources.....

PS For anyone listening, DON'T waste your time trying to make vodka ice cubes. It won't work.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:17 PM
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That sounds good! Can I come? That will give us enough time to stock up on chips and booze since it will be unavailable after June according to certain sources.....

PS For anyone listening, DON'T waste your time trying to make vodka ice cubes. It won't work.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:17 PM
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What ever happened to the original thread about this webbot and ALTA? Suddenly it was gone. Is ATS part of the conspiracy? I hope not...

The webbot reads like any other sort of divination. Vague generalities, questions, innuendos, hints, and wild inaccuracies. The earthquake it predicted turned out to be Madoff? Not hardly.

Look, on any given day, there is a good chance that something newsworthy will happen. Earthquakes, hurricanes, droughts, floods, wars, famines, plagues, etc., etc. all happen. If I got up here and predicted an earthquake for some particular date, people might be interested. But when that date came and there was no earthquake, most folks would figure I didn't know what I was talking about. And if I then said, "No, it was Madoff! *THAT* was the meaning of the earthquake!!", people would figure I wasn't taking my medicine.

If I randomly (and vaguely) claim there will be various disasters during fairly large segments of time - months - I am going to be right occasionally. There's going to be an earthquake in Autumn - some will die. Oh, and a pandemic and an asteroid hit and raptors. Probably something bad will happen in Autumn. Maybe it will be an explosion in an oil refinery. Oh, that's my earthquake.

Come on, people!

I'm not claiming that the basic idea behind the webbot is invalid. In fact, I like this idea a lot. However, what it produces now requires so much human interpretation that it has about the same reliability as Tarot or I Ching. Or the Sunday horoscope.

I think I'll perform an experiment, by reading Tarot cards and predicting what will happen during the rest of this year. I'll post the results on a Web page, and link to it. I predict that what I post will be vague and uncertain, a series of tenuous statements about various potential disasters and, perhaps, good news as well. I further predict that occasionally one of my claims will be right on the money, but that in general most will be complete mises. Nevertheless, if I do have a couple of hits, some will regard that as proof of my ability to foresee the future. One hit outweighs a whole lot of misses.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:23 PM
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Interesting reading. Now don't get me wrong, I visit ATS regularly and do believe much of what is posted on this site, BUT some of this stuff is borderline goofy.
First off, if this flu kills all of us then everything else is kinda moot, right?


Second, global warming, unlike the internet, is just a construct of Al Gore to restrict just about everything.
Any doubts on that just look up fractuals, and remember your physics lessons.


Third, now this is where I do believe stuff, I think Obama (after turning this fine country into Barakistan) will really devalue the dollar. I'm buying gold as fast as I can.

Four. If I were an alien species, I'd avoid this place like tourists avoiding Somalia! Can you imagine aliens talking about where to go this summer?
"Glork, can we go to Earth this year?"
"Phlembo, are you nuts? Just look at that place and not ONE six-star hotel to stay at!"


Just my 2 cents (though, with the increase in copper it's about 6 cents now)



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:25 PM
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Originally posted by secretagent woooman
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Ok, I'll oblige.

I predict, women will still be taking their clothes off for cheap porn in September 2009 after Israel bombs Iran. Men will still be buying badly made porn in July 2010, after the stock market crashes, Vesuvius erupts and the greys start kidnapping retired porn actors for their dna. And most male porn stars will still look like Ron Jeremy. Why can't they hire guys that look like Hugh Jackman and Eric Bana? I'm tired of holding a paper bag up to the screen!


What, You mean like Peter North, Rocco Siffredi and Mark Davis?


Now let's herald in the UFO's.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:34 PM
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Peter North, not bad in the day. Mark Davis, hmm, I think I know what you are up to!



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:43 PM
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It's a blast to read stuff like this, but again - it's just fear mongering. That Clif guy probably set a monetary goal, reached it with advertising revenue and subscribers, and then decided to close up shop.

Look, I'm not saying things aren't bad, they are. But this - I mean...who knows. I never believe stuff like this, and if you live in fear your whole life because of stuff like this, that's just downright pathetic.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 05:48 PM
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That sure is a whole lot of negative to throw out. Ever wonder if the law of attraction would work if you get alot of people worrying about thier future? Why don't they ever release good news? What are these guys trying to do?..really?



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 07:38 PM
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part 6 not released because its totaly unbelievable, i've lost all respect for them. dollar not accepted hahahahahahahahaha. maybe worth # but not accepted hahahahahahaha. give me a break, i personaly have a friend who is a colonel in the military and every #ing country is scared #less of our country because of superior, far far, superior military machine. yea our military is irrelavent 10 mos from now and so is our huge economy....bubuhahaha. ever hear of error on the side of caution this is error on the side of over exageration. i just jioned ATS just to post this. if the re hash of part 6 is accurate cliff high is nuts for letting this rule his life. yeah a bad direction for us, but from first to worst in 10 mos, i think not ,what a quack. besides you area 51 junkies claim we reversed engineered it all if thats true we'll pull out the next new technology boom if the econmy implodes totaly. USA has natural resouces that rival any country in the world did those just become worthless too.

the unbelivable predictions have to be taken as just that as unbelievable from my experience with their info. natural disaster stuff ok i'll buy some bad economy i'll buy that too. the bot might lead you in the right direction but they go too far.

PS ATS>>>>quit it with the screensaver pop-up bull# when you first come to the websight it is realy annoying



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 08:42 PM
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To questioningall...thanks for the update! Your time and efforts are appreciated!



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 09:56 PM
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Originally posted by Tentickles

Originally posted by JustTheFacts
reply to post by questioningall
 


I was hoping you had learned your lesson from one of your previous "Web Bot" threads www.abovetopsecret.com...
I guess not.


That Earthquake was proven to be the Madoff scandal.

So what you are saying is that they were completely wrong.

I mean, they said there would be an earthquake. There was no earthquake. You can't then back track and search the world for some "big event" and say, "Well due to the fact they must interpret the meaning of these words they might make mistakes".

They got it wrong, they got it wrong, they got it wrong. Any other conclusion is make-believe.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 10:22 PM
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thanks for posting that, very true and it is very easy to be mislead when you find something or someone creditable.



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 10:26 PM
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When the dollar collapses our troops will have problems


Just FYI my nephew is stranded and cannot move (he is on a Navy base on an Island) because the Navy does not have the money to move him. Not exactly the same thing but our boys are already experiencing problems due to the economy. Who ever heard of the Navy not having money to re station someone when there term was up in a particular area. Guys this is a bad bad bad sign. Don't yall agree?????



posted on Apr, 26 2009 @ 10:42 PM
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It was a warning sign last year when 14,000 Marines were reassigned from Okinawa to Guam where a base was closed for budget costs during the Clinton era. This is a real quandary since given the present course of international affairs and the Korea/Middle East situation, the only viable option to keep the military at a functional level is to formally reinstate the draft since they cannot meet recruitment goals. On the other hand, if they can't afford the troops now how are they going to pay a bigger army? You can't stimulate the economy by paying military complex industries with IOUs which is dangerously close to happening. The whole situation is paralleling the Soviet military after the 1991 collapse except that our troops are still getting paychecks. God help them if the situation gets worse, the first place those budget cuts will really hit is in health care and the VA/military healthcare system is already comparable to a third world country.



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