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Originally posted by Crymouth
We currently enjoy near complete freedom using the internet and we can keep ourselves informed and can spread word with impunity. What if the internet was somehow censored / controlled? This would drastically limit our freedoms and would play easily into TPTB's hands would it not?
Originally posted by amaster
Cracks in Michigan
Over the weekend, Prof. Wayne Pennington, a geologist from Michigan Technological University, went out to the site. He says the ridge that formed around the crack suggests an earthquake that was simply too small for seismographs in the area to detect.
How can a quake that is too small for seismographs to detect cause a 120 foot long, 5 foot deep crack in the Earth? Seriously?edit on 6/20/2011 by amaster because: new link added
Originally posted by AzureSky
Originally posted by starwarsisreal
Does the number 9 unreported News report rings a bell? Because it sounds like the game Homefront.
edit on 20-6-2011 by starwarsisreal because: (no reason given)
I have just recent started playing that game. It is a very disturbing game, but i think it brings to light the fact that it could happen, and we should be prepared. I find it funny... 11 days after the nuclear disaster..the game was released, referencing the disaster IN the game. Last i checked it takes many months to code a videogame, and would take some time to add that in. So was it already coded in the game before?
Originally posted by ohhwataloser
Nah each gaming company has it's own tools to add/edit things, Changing some text takes less than 5 minutes, making an animation video takes less than an hour. if the game was already finished, adding content takes no time at all, whats takes up 95% of the time is developing tools to make the game and getting the engine running the way you want, after that its all cake and testing.
THQ has announced that its big new FPS IP, Homefront has done rather well at retail during its first week on sale, shipping 2.4 million units in North American, Asia Pacific and European markets, selling over 1 million copies of the game to date in the process.
. But like I said in my first post, the ocean is not going anywhere anytime soon.
And if you have a solution for no more oil, let’s hear it, because the last time I checked, the whole planet runs on it. And without it, you would see a end of the world scenario like you can’t imagine. Sad but true.
Everything is going in stages and those stages are increasingly getting closer. The price of gas will begin to soar and shortly after that a special announcement will be addressed to the people explaining and mandating that there is only enough for the governments, military and their personal infrastructures. Civilians will not be allowed to use it at that point. After that they will make it illegal for civilians to use any of the highways and public vehicle roads.