posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 02:40 PM
After looking at "Shape of Things to Come" I have concluded myself that there is no such thing
as a "web bot". These reports are written by
some ATS poster who liked the reception of his false prophecies and decided to turn obtained ATS flags and stars into cold hard cash. I think that's
a shortest, simplest and most truthful overview of his work one can get.
You do not need to pay
this man to obtain "web bot" predictions! All you have to do is to check out most rated posts on ATS and only read
I actually post this just because one amusing paragraph has been quoted which pretty much says it all:
Crops are damaged, wide spread famine ensues and there is a slang for a kind of "death dance" that victims of this poison perform as a result of the
excruciating pain they suffer immediately before they die
Say what? This is supposed to be a "general opinion of the internet"? Excruciating pain? Internet says people will suffer excruciating pain
before they die
in near future?
Internet, especially ATS has much more and much better information to offer. Even madman ravings of your local drunk asking for spare change offers
more accurate predictions (it usually costs less too).
Here in eastern Europe many people believe beans and coffee cups can predict future. I think "web bot" is absolutely on the same level. From my
personal experience I've realized that technological advancement and industrial development does not reduce our gullibility, it just changes it.
Those were my 2c. I am sorry to discredit "web bot" but I can't stay silent when someone is painfully obvious and apparent in scamming people by
exploiting their fears. I know there's a lot of scam artists, it's just that I am a long time software engineer myself and understand enough to see
through web scams like this. I didn't pay for his report by the way.