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  1. Hi! STARWALKER is a new reality tv show with first prize a pair of flights as trained astronauts into outer space. You read that correctly. Entry is open to anyone anywhere on earth 18+ years. Entries close 30 April 2010. Filming commences May 2010. Website: (an enter for free there) http://www.starwalkershow.com Blog: http://realstarwalker.blogspot.com We're also on facebook. There is currently a YouTube competition to win of five paid gigs as one of our interviewer presenters, details are on the blog and facebook group page. :) So ENTER!
  2. HDRKID is some days solely responsible for me being in a go in the woods and shoot clip after clip into banana trees kind of mood. Not so much for his own retarded self as for the misled lost souls who keep gulping down the Kool Aid. oO
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0z4gpri0zmg Trailer for my animated film debuting at Cannes, WIN THE GAME. Please visit, rate, subscribe, favorite, comment etc.! -J aka Doghead
  4. Why not just post a URL to save us the job of hunting?
  5. Well snap since I am writing this as my wife of the last two years walks out on me... or more accurately walks back and forth loading her stuff (and the stuff for her awful kids- the reason we split). Wife losing and reinhardt- quite the combo.
  6. That would be good. I was actually the "Disney executives did it" thread maker though, not Razimus. Although I look forward to seeing a new video from him hijacking and ruining any real research into that angle shortly.
  7. Irritatingly the Razimus flub takes attention away from actual candidates for hoaxer like the Habers.
  8. Neowater is programmable so that it accepts molecules water will normally not dissolve- allowing water-based paint containing things previously only oil soluble, or allowing filthy water to be treated quickly (and at great expense) to become potable water, putting vitamins and minerals into soft drinks- which is what my licence was for- and so on. Also it can dissolve chemicals and elements out of a system such as a human body, causing in some cases explosive reactions. I've only seen footage of goats and pigs having it happen to them but I imagine people would be the same. Cheers...
  9. You wish... Latest interpretation of the entrails is that "7 ate 9" meant that the 7 ate the 9 in 789- and replaced it, making the 787 number. Where there's a will... There's apophenia. Plus Reinhardt really does have some predictive skill. Titor versus Reinhardt... That would be a battle for the ages. :)
  10. 21 responses so far but I need at least about 200... Deadline is roughly March 15 2009.
  11. In the spirit of stealing others' ideas, GLP, the same forum that refused to pin the Renhardt thread and let the forum get overrun with the usual mental patients and hoaxsters, has now gone dark and produced this hysterical message. Have bandwagon, will jump on. I'm calling it now-- GLP has found its John Titor. Let the festivities begin.
  12. Read it all. Hm. I find the Anomalies theory weak to say the least. To identify the Titor hoax perpetrators, it has to follow the pattern of the crime or alleged crime involved. It has to. It's the "physics of crime". One of my areas of past professional involvement. There are alternate explanations for all the points raised by Hughston, and the alternate explanations are at least equally credible. A while ago I posted my off the cuff "Disney execs did it" theory- let's say "rogue Disney execs did it" to be accurate. There is at least as much circumstantial evidence for that as for the Anomalies accusation. For that matter had I been more open about my postings back then I would make an excellent candidate too, and as someone who was victimised by three idiots in relation to the Isaac Caret hoax- I was accused of being the perpetrator and had to go so far as to contact civil and criminal authorities to get the moonbats back on their meds- I don't think an accusation on such flimsy evidence as was assembled here is sensible. The strongest single argumentative point was the kinesics analysis of the Olav interview where he laughed and seemed indeed to be dissimulating in relation to his level of knowledge of Titor. But there again, guilty behaviour could indicate a lot levels of involvement, it isn't a smoking gun. And that sole point aside, this whole drawn out presentation by "Razimus" has been overhyped and undercooked. Absent better proof, this theory is shelved for me. PS Anomalies net doesn't in fact have a landing page with legals on it- might be an idea to remedy that. If you want me to draft a clause just PM me.
  13. In the future, English as a language is replaced by randomised phrases with vaguely menacing promises of alien contact. Suspiciously, this replacement for English closely resembles the kind of diaper contents Rense.com specialises in. For God's sake, sorry for Scout class spaceship's sake (still chuckling over that one), SPEAK ENGLISH. Obfuscatory persiflage just makes your lies harder to read... But then that IS the point, isn't it? *sigh*
  14. >Hello CatJammin, > >Your last two posts where you ask about the pyramids and the Annunaki is a very complex subject >that will require significant time to explain. We will answer your questions completely at a later >date. Royal "we": 10 points. >But here's some quick info on what you specifically asked about. > > In reply to: > What is the purpose of the Pyramid of Giza > >Have you ever wondered why no tombs were ever found in the Great Pyramid? Answering question with question in approved Titor style: 20 points. Assuming the mantle of the Deepak Chopra style con man: 20 points. At that point the hoaxer has crossed a moral line and indicated their lack of empathy, their insecurity and their unhealthy fantasist nature. >Well that**** because they are not tombs. Word actually required here****: "that's". In an effort to lie effectively and convincingly, grammar goes out the window as it so often does. >They served two primary purposes - 1) They were a constant reminder to the primitive humans at >that time of how powerful and intelligent the Annunaki are. Assertion that humans of an earlier epoch were incapable of engineering feats, knowledge of math, and were generally guys in gorilla suits going ooga-booga: 50 points. At the same time using writings from those times as "evidence" of Anunnaki: 100 points for rank hypocrisy. Special shout out for using Zechariah Sitchin's... novel ... approach to translating Sumerian. But this is totally compliant with current snake oil salesman in this area so... another whopping 50 points for drinking the Planet X Kool Aid, and trying to get others to gulp it down with you. >And 2) The astromonical viewing tunnels in the Great Pyramid were used so that the Annunaki >stationed on Earth knew when their home planet Niburu (or what we term the Anomaly) was about to >make another close passage past Earth. Hello, Nibiru, I was wondering how long it would take for you to show up. Can you let Zechariah Sitchin's publisher know that their copyright has been infringed... badly... again? 50 points for intellectual theft. 25 points for the assertion that fictional super-aliens who can easily travel between solar system planets need a solid stone observatory the size of a suburb to make astrometric calculations. Classic. Well worth the 25 points. >Furthermore, when viewed from directly above, the 3 pyramids are arranged exactly as the stars in >the Belt of Orion are which is the general direction the Anomaly approaches our solar system from. "directly above" is a fairly exact sounding but actually vague term. Directly above what? Which pyramid? Arrant nonsense. 10 points. "General direction"- but aren't the observations made with the Pyramids extremely exact? Aren't indeed the Pyramids precision civil engineering at its best? Yes. Yes, they are. Wow. Just... wow. 100 points for making rationality cry. Again. >Think of it as a sort of monument or recognizable pattern to any Annunaki ships that were >approaching the site for a landing. Well which is it? A monument or a landing guide. And exactly why would interplanetary vessels need a guide or marker... 99.99% of the way to their landing zone? Wouldn't splashing down make more sense than hard landings? Especially since the ACTUAL WRITTEN ACCOUNTS all this nonsense is spun from talk of an aquatic god? Please, if you are going to rape human history, at least do it properly, you putz. 50 points for spitting on so many traditions and cultures at once that your affront to logic almost goes unnoticed. > In reply to: > Are you familiar with the ancient Sumerian artifacts and drawings? > >Yes. The Summerians were one of the many groups of humans the Annunaki used as slaves. Lordy loo. The points awarded above count towards the "are you a bigger affront to thinking people everywhere than John Titor prize", awarded annually to the single most egregious time travel related hoax. Competition can be fierce since entry is open not just to the sane and adult but also to minors and the mentally ill. One other small point, one of the posters asked the simple question as to how the fake time traveller knew what the briefing was given by Bush to Obama. Where to start, where to start. The correct answer for the hoaxer would have been, "it's in our history books". Duh. Further, it is national security briefing material. You don't just have one figurehead politician talk to another one directly about anything other than how little power they have, how scared they are of the Pretorians who actually run things, corruption, sexual perversion... the usual topics in Washington behind closed doors. This hoax is a crapulous eructation that stains TTI.
  15. Financially motivated fraud, eh? Motive? Means? Opportunity? Signature? Identity? If it is proven to be an Anomalies.net operation as you allege, then it is potentially arguable that they committed fraud to obtain an economic benefit- increased traffic, therefore increased ad revenue etc. I will try and find a historical snapshot of their front page to see if an appropriate legal disclaimer was there. The usual one disclaims responsibility for the content of posts, but the legal clause in this case would need to be broader for them not to fall foul of Federal online and broadcasting laws. Not that they are enforced consistently...
  16. I TOLD them not to ban me... :) Frightening to see so many tribalistic people over there... Truly scary. Like that ep of the old twilight zone "the monsters have landed on elm street" or whatever it was called- all the aliens needed to do to conquer the human race was turn the lights off and watch us kill each other.
  17. et tu, Darby? On neartly every page of the 50-page threads on the slurry boards like ATS and GLP someone is popping in with the OMG OMG LOOK posting of the 7 ate 9 thing... oO You know the Tit0r fatigue feeling- when you've read it all / seen it all before? Bam. I just couldn't bring myself to be the first one to repeat it here too. And now you've dragged me back in! (j/k)
  18. He really isn't pulling anyone's leg... His analysis and predictions are a matter of public record, he was recently quoted in the Guardian newspaper and subsequently online at their site it was confirmed that, based on his google chat re: finance he has been more accurate than 90 some per cent of the so-called experts. He has identified the freaky, bent and corrupt dealings behind the news and how utterly manipulated the supposedly free markets really are. None of which, I must point out again, makes him a time traveller. :)
  19. Yes, I know. The point is, Reinhardt is NOT a joke. He is a guy who, for whatever reason and using whatever method, is a predictor of market events. However, two days after the usual uber-threads established themselves at you guessed it ATS and GLP, sheeple are in all seriousness suggesting that the only way Reinhardt could have been "so right" is by being a time traveller. I guess the point I'm making by juxtaposing the "insider trader" and Reinhardt is that magical thinking = bad, reasonable explanation = good. :)
  20. ==== Time-Traveler Busted For Insider Trading by Chad Kultgen ==== Federal investigators have arrested an enigmatic Wall Street wiz on insider-trading charges, and incredibly, he claims to be a time-traveler from the year 2256! Sources at the Security and Exchange Commission confirm that 44-year-old Andrew Carlssin offered the bizarre explanation for his uncanny success in the stock market after being led off in handcuffs on January 28. We don't believe this guy's story, he's either a lunatic or a pathological liar, says an SEC insider. But the fact is, with an initial investment of only $800, in two weeks time he had a portfolio valued at over $350 million. Every trade he made capitalized on unexpected business developments, which simply can't be pure luck. The only way he could pull it off is with illegal inside information. He's going to sit in a jail cell on Rikers Island until he agrees to give up his sources. The past year of nose-diving stock prices has left most investors crying in their beer. So when Carlssin made a flurry of 126 high-risk trades and came out the winner every time, it raised the eyebrows of Wall Street watchdogs. If a company's stock rose due to a merger or technological breakthrough that was supposed to be secret, Mr. Carlssin somehow knew about it in advance," says the SEC source close to the hush-hush, ongoing investigation. When investigators hauled Carlssin in for questioning, they got more than they bargained for: A mind-boggling four-hour confession. Carlssin declared that he had traveled back in time from over 200 years in the future, when it is common knowledge that our era experienced one of the worst stock plunges in history. Yet anyone armed with knowledge of the handful of stocks destined to go through the roof could make a fortune. It was just too tempting to resist, Carlssin allegedly said in his videotaped confession. I had planned to make it look natural, you know, lose a little here and there so it doesn't look too perfect. But I just got caught in the moment. In a bid for leniency, Carlssin has reportedly offered to divulge "historical facts" such as the whereabouts of Osama Bin Laden and a cure for AIDS. All he wants is to be allowed to return to the future in his "time craft." However, he refuses to reveal the location of the machine or discuss how it works, supposedly out of fear the technology could "fall into the wrong hands. Officials are quite confident the "time-traveler's" claims are bogus. Yet the SEC source admits, No one can find any record of any Andrew Carlssin existing anywhere before December 2002. Weekly World News will continue to follow this story as it unfolds. Keep watching for further developments. Reprinted Courtesy of Yahoo and Weekly World News. Used with permission
  21. Re: Umm, Can't find a theory to explain mine Perceptually, the furthest point into history you can sense in a forward direction is the Present... Therefore if true what you are saying indicates that you spending most of your time in the Past, for some reason no longer perceiving the present. Everything you are saying or doing is therefore historical, not imminent.
  22. Reinhardt is a financial analyst who has made some predictions, some of which have arguably come true, a couple of which have come astonishingly true. The current one which has some people floored is that a few days ago, in suitably cryptic language he predicted a financial crash between 9 February and 13 February- beginning on 9 Feb with an announcement relating to medicare and ending on 13 Feb with a total crash. In the process of making his claims and cryptic comments, he several times emphasized the following phrase: "5 said to 6: 7 ate 9" It was obvious from context- geuinely so- that he was particularly emphasizing and repeating 789. Now, a few days later, it has been officially announced not only that the stimulus package is a 789 billion done deal but also that the final figure for the deficit is 789 billion. This has led to the more credulous of forum members elsewhere starting to say that Reinhardt (a pseudonym) is actually a time traveller... Links: http://www.wiredpirate.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=74 http://the-8-ball.blogspot.com/ http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message722658/pg1 http://www.enterprisecorruption.com I have followed the Reinhardt saga for a long time and I can confidently say one thing: he is not a time traveller. Nor has he ever claimed to be such. What he has said, and proven to be true, is that markets are manipulated to a spectacular degree on an ongoing basis, that there is a sick cycle of completion of public works, cheapening of labor, control of workers and war which is invariable. He has also proven that secret messages are sent at times by manipulating markets such as gold and silver to send coded numerical messages. He does not believe in the numerology motivating certain people to do this; he points out it exists. Where he doesn't help his cause in his cryptic nonsense on his website. He does this out of a combination of fear of the Frankenstein monster of almost religious fervor he has started in his "followers" and also I think out of a sort of nervous sense of mischief- some people really are so credulous as to beggar belief. Of note is that to date he is yet to cash any cheque sent to him. This may be simple business incompetence although some of the intelligent observers, myself included, think among other reasons is that he is not too bothered about the money. He has said all along that if you can read through his "Enron" history there's no need to pay for anything. However, as of today others are making the time travel claim for him- and that means he belongs in this forum!
  23. Re: They're baaack?!? Are they? Also, what makes it easier for a putative time traveller to "change" "their" "past" than for them to change their own time, or for someone from this time to change this time? Change isn't easy to effect at all, on a large scale, even with overt means of control, coercion, fundraising and so on. I am trying to imagine the futuristic technology they bring back that would cut down the energy and logistics required to effect change at all. Not to say "they" couldn't... But HOW???
  24. Re: A Soldier's Winter Titorite for sure but over on ATS there seemed to be an entirely separate yet equally disturbed believer... Are you telling me that it was the same person just going round promoting this specific myth about the poem? If so, wow. WAY too much time on their hands. :)
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