It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Toronto Hydro spokeswoman Tanya Bruckmueller said something went wrong with an underground cable feeding a downtown power station.
But not all areas of the downtown corridor were affected. The Toronto Stock Exchange was up and running during the outage. Streetcars and subway trains were also unaffected.
St. Michael's Hospital was hit by the outage however, and was operating on emergency power, according to a spokesperson. The lights were also out at an out-patient building across the street.
Originally posted by double_frick
has anyone determined *how* this was decoded from a news article??
and if so, how?
(i apologize, since the OP didn't disclose how this info was discovered or decoded i'm sure this is the MOST recurring type of post in the whole 10 pg. thread.)
Originally posted by jokei
reply to post by Pockets
The likelihood of the Illuminati communicating messages via the media is tenuous at best, why bother - phone, email etc with high level encryption aren't available? Nope, they communicate through coded messages in the mass media, this isn't some furtive spy-ring from the 30s.
Originally posted by RadioKnecht
I'm not sure if anyone has looked into this.
It's a thread to an article that came out a couple of weeks ago, about an ad that appeared in the british airways magazine with an image of a boarding pass issued to a Mr. Osama Bin Laden, due to fly on October 26, 2010.
Now the boarding pass also has a long string of numbers, not that different to the hexadecimal codes that appeared in the original BlackJack series, saying that "this is not just entertainment"
This is WAY beyond my capacities, but maybe someone here (perhaps you OP, since you seem to excel in deciphering codes), could take a shot and see if there is any kind of cipher or code in the numbers appearing in the boarding pass?
Below is the link to the boarding pass itself.
Maybe there is more to this image than just the work of a disgrunted employee. Maybe not. Either way, this is ATS and we live for this stuff, don't we fellas? Don't we?