posted on Apr, 30 2004 @ 08:26 AM
First and most of all, I'm trying to give evidence to as much of the fake info and pictures, so that people can put more attention on the really
strange and unexplainable things.
To much fake stuff and disinformation out there, during the last week I posted the reality behind the Mini Cooper robot, the rock "face" in a matchu
pitchu picture, this fake huge skeleton(while there are loads and loads of real huge skeletons found all over the world) and alot more to come.
And most unfortunatly, a whole lot of people on this forum(and about every other site that topics on controversial subjects) can't see the difference
between clearly fake and posibly real things, they don't research, they just believe any picture of video that looks remotely real, causing them to
jump to rather half assed conclusions and usualy shaters their actual credibility when they have something usefull to contribute lateron.
I just moved again and I'm pulling my network back online as we speak, 500GB of images and video and about 80GB of textual database are on it,
constantly growing and expanding.
I'll be posting a whole lot of researched, unexplainable and verifyable information on this forum in the future, in the hopes that some things become
clearer to everyone.
I'll also post the proved fake information and pictures that plague the internet these days. In hopes that people see its fake before they post
another thread about it that it might be real, or even worse, saying its real.
My research focusses mainly on history, science, UFO's, phenomena and conspiracy research.
I don't opinionize about anything except when asked for an opinion, but then I'll still answer with a point of view from experience, verifyable
information and logic, when I post something, it'll be just pure information with researched sources. I also post my findings on credibility of
certain sources of information. Since I've noticed there are people on here and elsewhere that even see something like Sci-Fi channel as a credible
and real source for video's and information...
Oh yeah, lil note about my name. Its got nothing to do with that darn movie!!!
I've had this name from the first day I went online, 14 years ago.
I went online together with 3 schoolfriends of mine, we had a game clan and everyone had a name refering to the best known printer models.
TheMaTrIx (Dot Matrix needle printers)
DJBubble (Bubblejet printers)
LazerPhazer (Laser printers)
and Waxman (Wax printers are propably less known to most people, but they are a bit of a crossing between ink/bublejet printers and laserprinters, but
use wax as a coloring media. These printers are great for color image printing)
[Edited on 30-4-2004 by thematrix]