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Originally posted by CLPrime
reply to post by ~Lucidity
However... if there's any possible way to crack the Twitter dating system, I would imagine this would be the place to start. IF Userscript (or some similar process) could be used to overwrite the dating process, and IF it could do so prior to Twitter's communication with the server to assign the date, and IF it could do so in such a way to confuse the server into giving a completely ridiculous date (in this case, 4 days earlier), and IF it could do so without being seen in the source code of the page, then I would say it could be done.
I must say, though, it would take some skill, and, personally, I'm not aware of how it could be done...but, then, I'm not someone who spends his time cracking systems and then hacking them for some internet conspiracy thrills.
Originally posted by Aeons
Can one of the people with a Twitter account go to the Twitter security, and ask them them to check the time stamp and date on that system ID, and the system IDS around it?
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by wcitizen
As I clearly stated, I can't prove it. I don't have an iPhone or an Android. It appears from the information that I posted and from other information out there for you to look up as you wish that it is.
Maybe the OP or someone with one of these phones can test. But even then, you're missing the point. Please read my explanation at the bottom of page 60.edit on 5/9/2011 by ~Lucidity because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by kennvideo
Did anyone see that the original tweet was retweeted????
and many others with the April 28 date...
dawnofthegeek.com...edit on 9-5-2011 by kennvideo because: add link