Right... something else now. Looking for a date, just as the 9 and 11 on the simpsons show etc, I keep my eyes open. I keep baring in mind that the
dates that seem to be prominent are either the 3rd or 4th of August. 4/8 or 8/4 depending on where you are. Keep that in mind.
What I am finding extremely weird is that I'm not actually looking that hard. This stuff just keeps jumping out at me in tiny moments. I've previously
said that I barely watch TV at all... I'm too busy. But my missus has been watching quite a lot of the box lately, so I'll go and spend time with her
in between work (I'm an animator, so it sucks up a lot of my time!).
So anyway, I went and sat with her for half an hour, and on the TV was a program called...
Dara O Briain: School Of Hard Sums
Here is just one image I paused on by accident from the titles... (does that get your attention? lol)
Here is a summary of the show from the web.
Fujisankei Communications International (FCI)
Wild Rover are creating the series for UKTV’s award-winning comedy channel under the working title, Dara O Briain’s University of Practical
(Here is the logo for FCI)...
Showing how maths underpins everything in the world around us, each programme sees two main problems for Dara to crack using numbers and
Dara (alongside Oxford University maths professor Marcus du Sautoy) uses maths, physics, chemistry, logic and all those hidden mechanics of the world
we don't see or are too distracted by football to notice to solve problems.
(An interesting way to put things!)
So how many episodes does this program have? Here is what a web page that is announcing the production declares...
Fujisankei Communications International (FCI) Productions and Wild Rover are creating the series for UKTV’s award-winning comedy channel under
the working title, Dara O'Briain’s University of Practical Mathematics (8x40mins). Link to the
Here is some more info on what the program contains.
Want to know how best to save a drowning man? Dara works out the optimum angle to jump into the river and pull them to safety. Want to deduce which
door to pass through if the choices are one leading to an exit and one leading to certain death, with each door guard blatantly lying about the
contents of each room? Dara finds an answer. Want to find out the most slices you can get out of a pizza if you're only allowed to cut it three times?
Dara to the rescue! Link to the article
How best to save a drowning man??? Doors leading to certain death??? Strange things to choose if you ask me.
So what made me look into this innocent TV show?
I was just casually watching while I was talking to my missus, (the sound was turned down)... and I kept noticing a prominent clock in the background
with a fixed time.
Guess what time it showed? Can you guess?
Well it was twenty past eight. 4/8 See below. This clock remains the same throughout the series, and it is a lot more prominent in certain episodes
and shots. This was the first one I found...
How about some 11s to mix into all this? Watch this from the point I have chosen. Not once, not twice, but 3 times. 11 11 11. And this little problem
they are trying to solve relates to vampires.
School of hard sums
So... I just find this a little bit weird. In fact, it scares me a little. Even posting it scares me a bit, as I feel like I might have stumbled upon
something I wasn't supposed to notice. I'm just hoping that it is good old fashioned coincidence and paranoia... but there are some very strange
things in this program.
If we can accept the concept of messages (plans?) being given out in the media, and that they are big into numerology and symbolism, then this odd
program kind of fits that picture.
And now for a looney Disclaimer aimed at the possible illuminati should the exist:
If I'm right about this, and you illuminates notice... just leave me alone. At this point I can't stop you, I just want to keep myself, my loved ones
and those interested safe. Few people are listening to any of this anyway.
I feel sad I have to write the above, but if this stuff is real, then they are powerful people, and I'm not taking any chances... but I'm sure I'll
sound looney toons to anyone else. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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Edit: One last picture.. though this might be a little tenuous...
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