posted on Jun, 19 2010 @ 11:26 PM
Put the information on flash drives.
Distribute the flash drives all across the country.
You could drop them on the ground for people to find or leave them in mailboxes or leave them on park benches. People who know what a flash drive is,
may use them and find your information.
Draw your information out in very simplistic terms that a child could understand. Have it look sort of like a coloring book or something. Leave the
book with crayons in a park that children visit. Make sure you are not seen doing so.
Place it in areas children might investigate, like inside of play equipment or in the bushes. Children are curious and like to explore, so someone
will find it. Wrap it in plastic and put into a hollow tree. Some curious kid will look in there eventually.
Children find this, take it home to their parents, or read it and remember it years later.
Use a library computer in a rural town to log into youtube and make a new account. Find some place with very little surveillance going on. Wear a
disguise if you have to. Upload something from there, with nothing that would identify you. Just upload a text video.
Create flyers, find some teenagers all hanging out some place, pay them to pass them out.
Distribute your information to the homeless, along with food and other items. They will eat the food and use the items, and later discover your
information. They may talk to others and your information may spread by word of mouth.
Go to walmart or some place, find one of those toys that records what you say. Say your information. The next person who plays with the toy will hear
it, but probably record themselves. Maybe they will remember your information.
Basically, set it up so people will stumble upon the information. Don't forget about children. They are capable of remembering a lot and repeating a
lot, even if they don't know what it means. Some children can imitate adults having an adult conversation. They may get in trouble and really not
know what they have said. They are innocent, but never underestimate their power for repeating something.
Whatever your information is, make sure you have multiple copies of it, in case your information is seized. Put your information on flash drives, on
video, or different media. Have paper and digital copies if you have to.
Always have at least one copy in a cool dry place that you can retrieve later.
Find a cool dry cave and hide your information in it, for future generations to find. If you want to, get someone to sketch your information onto
stainless steel and hide it in cave some place. Make sure your information is in multiple languages so it can be translated by future generations.