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Originally posted by redzareptile
Excellent work!!!! S&F!!! This thread is the most thourogh well thought out piece of work I have seen in a long time.
Originally posted by Echtelion why was the US Air Force so willing to "play down" the phenomena?
Canada co-operates with the united states for the investigation of reports of unidentified flying objects. If a report warrants investigation, the investigation is conducted by Air Defence Command. In the normal course of the events, NORAD Headquarter would recieve a copy of the report.
Originally posted by ArMaP
I think there's a limit of 2000 results for each search.
Originally posted by JayinAR
Great job, Isaac. Very nice thread. One of the finer threads I have seen to date.
I won't lie to you and say I will help with the downloads. I don't have the time, nor the technology to begin such a thing.
I hope others take up the challenge.
Originally posted by Thereal
Ill give this a go to get you a complete directory dump. My plan will be to use an SEO module in combo with some Powershell scripts, as .txt will be appended to all file extensions but I can programaticly remove this.
Originally posted by Thereal
You mentioned you have blocks recorded, which I might be able to do something with in another manner. Could you do me a favor and post what a block of 10-20 images would look like, as in all uri's in a list?
Originally posted by IsaacKoi
Section 2 : How to download the disclosed Canadian files
The “Library and Archives Canada” website includes a helpful search page and you can browse the collection by leaving all the fields blank and simply pressing “search”.
However, each individual document can be accessed using URLs such as the one below (ending “/e/e110/e002744278.jpg”):
The images have URLs with blocks of consecutive numbering (e.g. URLs ending /e/e110/e002744278.jpg, /e/e110/e002744279.jpg, /e/e110/e002744280.jpg etc etc).
So far, I have identified the following relatively small number of blocks which account for some 8,044 (out of an expected total of 9,500) page of documentation, all of which start with the URL of data2.collectionscanada.gc.ca:
* from /e/e110/e002744278.jpg to /e/e110/e002749999.jpg
* from /e/e111/e002750306.jpg to /e/e111/e002751233.jpg
* from /e/e120/e002996914.jpg to /e/e120/e002996931.jpg
* from /e/e120/e002999664.jpg to /e/e120/e002999999.jpg
* from /e/e121/e003000001.jpg to /e/e121/e003001631.jpg
Assuming the press release highlighted above is approximately correct, there should be about another 1,500 pages. I have not made a determined effort to find them. So, if you are browsing the disclosed Canadian documents and find any page with a number outside these blocks – please post them in this thread.
It didn’t take very long for me to find the above blocks but it is a very boring job.
Keep the thread updated if you or anyone else makes progress so I don't waste my time.
Originally posted by dreadphil
ok first of all I applaud your effort, OP, and veracity in making this thread, S&F from me all the way. Second, if this doesnt at least make non belivers reconsider their opinion on the "realness" of UFO's then I dont know what else would shy of one landing on the White House front lawn. Im seriously impressed with the amount of data presented here and would LOVE to read any more of the missing pages. Ive only read the first two posts and am now going to finish this up and read all the reponses. Well done!!