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Originally posted by antonia
You do realize GLP has a disclaimer on the bottom? It states members may be involved in role-playing. This alone is reason enough not to take this seriously.
Originally posted by MischeviousElf
Guys dont you get?
If the NSA is able to see all internet and such like from the future?
How can anyone possibly believe this story?
It is impossible to be true, and its more than an big elephant in the living room, theres a herd of them in the story no?
Originally posted by adamc3
reply to post by CRASHPROJECT
Now, Im not saying I believe this guys story. However on your point, there was a collision between a Russian and American satellite a year or two ago. Maybe Russia found out about it, destroyed it and we put another one up.
Originally posted by antonia
reply to post by watcher73
The point being ATS does not hire or condone people openly posting BS to get a rise out of people. GLP does this CONSTANTLY.
Originally posted by Cygnis
He claims that this satalite has been up since say I think it was '86..
and it has "learned" over the past few decades to have reached the ability to predict 27 hours in advance.. seems pretty reasonable.. Softeare of a nature would take years to learn, just as anything takes time to learn.
Originally posted by DeltaChaos
I think if someone or some agency with the power to get away with the murder of someone who might know too much, they would do it in a more invisible way than flying into a building or being gunned down at the entrance of the pentagon.
If they have the resources to get away with murder, they have ways of doing it completely unnoticed.
Of course, when people just simply go missing, others tend to ask questions. Law enforcement agencies are forced to investigate. If a story is created for the death, then the book can be closed on the story that is created as the cause for the incident.
Maybe the more public and media-ized the event is, the easier it is to get the cover story to take.
Originally posted by Stewie
If you hear a bang from miles away, yes, you are getting "old" news.
Light travels at a given speed.
I believe thoughts travel even faster, but that is just my opinion.
Regardless, some time has elapsed between the initiation of a thought, or light, or a sound, and a given destination.
No mathematical equations could allow for a prediction of the consequences human activity in time in an exhaustive and exact way. The movement of the tides, the stars and planets, yes.
Goldman Sachs can make money between milliseconds through illicit trading programs, but even THEY cannot see a future that has not happened yet. They only see the future that they can control. I suspect these supercomputers are doing much the same thing.