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« Reply #2040 on: Jul 22nd, 2012, 02:19am »

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After reading the DRTs shocking thread..That there is a possibility, politely leaving out probability.. that there may be contain real science..by referencing external hypothesis on top of their own like a mayonnaise sandwich , rollin up the rim as they say in Canada.. ..one is left wondering... if the corrolary of this is that there is none. Now, I'm no oxford logician.but it sounds to me as if someone threw in the towel in favor of musings as science. relegating 5 years of the best Canadian- Finnish-Italian-French thinkers hardwork down the tubes....

I say it does!..
We can apply the brain interaction principle clearly demonstrated in the LAP..even moreso using the LG group which was way ahead of everyone on this, amply demonstrated in the following diagram..Note that there is a minimal amount of conscious effort in adapting the lever mechanism to actuate the the remainder of the octal junctions and relays. Their approach was ingenious.I cannot say enough how much time and effort they (The LG promoters)saved us .
Its often said..simplicity is elegance.
The mystery to me is why they stopped at the very threshold of success?

After consulting with The Arc team.. Dr. Doubles , who looked at the material, and knew immediately what could be done to salvage years of tedious work and wasted no time getting started.

we consulted with some of the best engineers, hand picked, from Brooklyn Polytech , bypassing the Standford-Palo Alto group..which had shown themselves to be a complete dismal failure. As they say in popular vernacular..We pawned them.. The BP engineers, as if by second nature, merely substituted the main octal with a clutch flyweel from a 60s corvette.
replace the LG Lever with a Buick window handle lever.and applied the appropriate vector forces..the room lit up like a christmas tree..we were stunned..
Atto of EGRD had tried a simlar approach to be shown later, but fell far far short of even the LG's own advances. All those nights of free mutilated steaks on sesame buns.. at Mickey D's for the BP boys..really paid off.

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What we demonstrate in the video below ..is a defacto CARET application ..pure commercialization of ET technology..what a milestone! shocked

Please...Feel free to order these out of this world kits or ready to crank fully assembled... for you and yours . They are nothing short of breathtaking.

How much conscious effort do you need to tell them I love you.. and crank out a few notes..? none of course..thats an energy saver right there!
http://www.mechanicards.com

Enjoy! grin
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« Reply #2041 on: Jul 22nd, 2012, 5:44pm »

on Jul 22nd, 2012, 02:19am, Sys_Config wrote:
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After reading the DRTs shocking thread..That there is a possibility, politely leaving out probability.. that there may be contain real science..by referencing external hypothesis on top of their own like a mayonnaise sandwich , rollin up the rim as they say in Canada.. ..one is left wondering... if the corrolary of this is that there is none. Now, I'm no oxford logician.but it sounds to me as if someone threw in the towel in favor of musings as science. relegating 5 years of the best Canadian- Finnish-Italian-French thinkers hardwork down the tubes....

I say it does!..
We can apply the brain interaction principle clearly demonstrated in the LAP..even moreso using the LG group which was way ahead of everyone on this, amply demonstrated in the following diagram..Note that there is a minimal amount of conscious effort in adapting the lever mechanism to actuate the the remainder of the octal junctions and relays. Their approach was ingenious.I cannot say enough how much time and effort they (The LG promoters)saved us .
Its often said..simplicity is elegance.
The mystery to me is why they stopped at the very threshold of success?

After consulting with The Arc team.. Dr. Doubles , who looked at the material, and knew immediately what could be done to salvage years of tedious work and wasted no time getting started.

we consulted with some of the best engineers, hand picked, from Brooklyn Polytech , bypassing the Standford-Palo Alto group..which had shown themselves to be a complete dismal failure. As they say in popular vernacular..We pawned them.. The BP engineers, as if by second nature, merely substituted the main octal with a clutch flyweel from a 60s corvette.
replace the LG Lever with a Buick window handle lever.and applied the appropriate vector forces..the room lit up like a christmas tree..we were stunned..
Atto of EGRD had tried a simlar approach to be shown later, but fell far far short of even the LG's own advances. All those nights of free mutilated steaks on sesame buns.. at Mickey D's for the BP boys..really paid off.

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What we demonstrate in the video below ..is a defacto CARET application ..pure commercialization of ET technology..what a milestone! shocked

Please...Feel free to order these out of this world kits or ready to crank fully assembled... for you and yours . They are nothing short of breathtaking.

How much conscious effort do you need to tell them I love you.. and crank out a few notes..? none of course..thats an energy saver right there!
http://www.mechanicards.com

Enjoy! grin


Thank you for posting that, Sys. As you know (but of course most readers will not), some ARC members were not yet ready to let that out, for fear of others trying to duplicate our efforts without the necessary precautions. I generally disagree with keeping something like that secret, and anyone who can get the experiment together to the point where their attempt might yield results should be well versed in the safety aspects.

Still, though, rumors persist about what exactly went on in that lab at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology last year. Supposedly several students and staff just vanished, as in no one can find a trace of them. Supposedly they were working on just this idea, but either there is a tight lid clamped on the whole affair or it's some kind of gigantic, unprecedented hoax. Some say they used Holden parts and that's what caused things to go awry, but I think if there is anything to it at all, it's because they didn't remember to turn the window crank counter-clockwise, being in the Southern Hemisphere and all. But that's just guesswork. There are no actual facts to be had, near as I can tell.

Anyway, if those unfortunate people ever really existed, and if they did vamoose from our corner of space-time, I hope they ended up someplace good or at least interesting.
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« Reply #2042 on: Jul 22nd, 2012, 8:51pm »

@klat you are hardly an unfunny guy, and I have been there too. All activity starts from a state of 0, like a pre cosmic egg. Then Bang! Assuming whoever sat on the egg could hear outside the egg, or was ever near at the time.. We just keep taking swigs off the old Blue Scania thermos till we feel feisty and ready for our turn. grin

@Double..If you had written the Isaac papers..the PTB would be in (or under most likely ), one big heap of trouble fending off the disclosure maniacs ..SCC terminators would still be on TV, Linda and Whitley barely keeping up with the subscriptions and sales, Roswell might even be a major thriving metropolis now like, like.... Gotham City!, , instead of being some remote village, whose best landmark is the local Alien Inn across from an underground military garage, with the usual local drunks peddling spare car and bicycle parts, and aluminum chewing gum wrappers, as ET artifacts to unsuspecting tourists. I remember in the halcyon when they did honest work cleaning passing traffic windshields with squeegees and a dirty towel for a handout. Sad...How times have changed.sad

I'll wager a thousand dollars to a donut there have been enough spare odd parts to make a landfill possible and build an entire fleet of drones!
We might also even find ourselves chatting warmly and semi-intelligently with EVS and OTF whilst Tommi, brings us some Lord Grey Tea in her best bone china. (are they really made from bone?)
Perish the thought!!shocked
Thank Goodness..You didn't..
Thank goodness, you didn't , and an Amen to that!
Blessed we be we stopped this diabolical clutch of parts assaulting our common sense

Your point was spot on in re those vanishing bicyclists, researchers, and collectively this is the very essence why I look up at the sky, so I am not hit by a falling chandelier, thermos, or lunch box, or brained by a set of Schwinn handlebars suddenly falling from the heavens.
I walk in the open light of day ever fearful and ever vigilant for these things since the whole drama started and opened my eyes to the truth. I am grateful, humbled even, none has rained on me, nor any of us, yet.
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« Reply #2043 on: Jul 22nd, 2012, 9:45pm »

Aw, garsh. You guys flatter my amateur storytelling. I've already figured out it's because y'all know who ended up with the key to the Admiral's booze cabinet. Don't worry though; I plan to share just as soon as I can get past old Shirley, the incredibly loyal housekeeper who will not leave.

Actually, I was tempted briefly, a few years ago, to write up an alternate version of Isaac's epistles as a sort of taunting demonstration of something that might be believable to a careless reader. Knowing the Internet, however, I figured it would end up being adopted into the canon like that awful Dulce crap that won't go away. I don't think there was ever enough liquor passed through the Admiral's stash to make something like that bearable for the rest of my days.
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« Reply #2044 on: Jul 23rd, 2012, 6:00pm »

on Jul 23rd, 2012, 3:56pm, Қℓάť wrote:
Doubles...I just have to ask...what happened to the Admiral's cabin boy...what was his name anyways? grin


You mean Agador? Heh, the Admiral set him up pretty nice. He's supposedly managing the place on St. Kitts, but nobody was let go from there so he's pretty much on vacation till the place sells, which could be a long time. The 80' boat happened to be there when the Admiral passed, and no one has tried to get it away from there yet. Big John, the one-armed Croatian majordomo with the foul mouthed parrot (who actually came with the place in '79, remember him? Of course you do!) makes Agador go fetch the mail every day, just to show him who is really in charge.

Everything is all tied up in a trust and his cousins are mortgaging their houses trying to break it so they can cash in. It's a mess, but the Admiral knew how to make good use of connections and his lawyers benefit from the trust staying intact so it should be quite the saga before it's over. I saw the will (he left me a pink Moto Guzzi and a bowling trophy) and he had some salty things to say about his cousins!
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« Reply #2045 on: Jul 23rd, 2012, 8:35pm »

The Admiral I hear is a shrewd man Double. He may have left that there as a ruse to test your loyalty. I do that all the time myself!
If you read the Adventures of Miles Cowperthwaite,
The Admirals great great great grandfather..Horatio hornblower learned these tactics whilst a cabin boy himself on the most feared pirate ship ever to scour and plunder the seven seas The Raging Queen..under the command of the black hearted Captain Ned.
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This is historical fact as shown on TV!
Much of what transpired on that ship never made it to plumed pen and paper. Yet, inexplicably, Rumors of tongue lashings so severe that men jumped over board to frenzied sharks waiting below persist to this day . His voice seemed to beckon them as if for dinner..even if it was just a compliment to a crew member . If he spoke..everyone listened. Needless to say..he won every major engagement, and wore only the finest French dresses and baubbles a queen would die for. He scuttled the ship himself after retiring, and the remaining crew moved on to lives of dainty gentlemanly leisure and then disappeared into the dustbins of history.
Aye!..These were times of manly men with catlike reflexes perched on their lookouts , sabers glistening in the sun, looking like veritable Gods of the Seas..indeed they were. Power was the law and with that power no small appetite, braving grape shot and even kings ransoms to get the booty and share it accordingly.....shiver meh timbers mate..
It was a tale to be told indeed.. shocked

As for Klat, he doesn't drink, but has the eagles eyes for those strawberries the Admiral liked hoarding...truth be told.. grin



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« Reply #2046 on: Jul 24th, 2012, 02:41am »

But I Digress..
Back to Agador

He is doing a heck of a job helping the Admiral Hold things together..He certainly knows his way around the kitchen and is quite
the Conga Dancer grin


Seriously HankAzaria was amazing, that entire Crew was to be more accurate.
Agador Spartacus..
In real Life Hank Azador is quite the prankster

He is also Matt Groenigs talented voice over on the Simpsons..several years now.
Coincidentally
hmmm
Matt Groening..lol..I remember at the very onset of this whole affair.. when he wrote a letter to the editor of a newspaper .referencing the Drones..he was a sticker for accuracy I'll see if I can pull that up from my archives. It was pure Simpsonesque..
I wonder how it would read now after 5 years.
Like pulling up a time capsule..I would think..
By the way..Lev has reformed and may be manufacturing useful products with the drone tech : oil lamps! Bravo! Smart move with 2012 and 2023 and 2040 just around the corner. Something we'll all need when the lights go out. smiley
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all credit and reverence to the premier source of drones.http://imagine-leviathan.blogspot.com/
well done but we're not worthy we're not worthy you smexy crew!! grin
Edit# 666 Update Someone pat me on the shoulder( just shoulder please) I have a blind date with an Anita Bath, American Shirleys Roomate..Thanx Shirley..her fax machine is working now..
Ya know...its about time I got something out of this miss-adventure anyone here know her? shocked
Is she too easy.? I only have Shirleys word, and I don't want anyone that's been passed around the inside drone circuit like a Hells Angel chic..from bike to bike..some of those look like worse than a long distance furniture mover, lol...... shocked

For the record..I nor any have anything to do with attempts to take down or much less libel the I-L site. I always for years said they had great talent and interesting ideas...which became obscured with hate and diatribes toward ARC and UCB and veiled threats to me personally and about my employer and residence ....any site or actually that posted anything contrary to the Drones reality. Don't let the hate obscure your art and focus damaging far more than anything any we could say even if we were so inclined. We are not.

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« Reply #2047 on: Jul 25th, 2012, 07:31am »

I am just so Gullible to have fallen for that Fax I got. I'm bailing out on the Blind date.
Someone anonymous, who swears on a stack of bibles (and I trust implicitly) passed me a picture of American Shirley , you remember who wanted privacy but agreed to go on TV showing a rather over fed backside, and her friend painting the town Red. Some Psychiatric Technician !As an old Altar boy..I was shocked..shocked..It was taken with Shirleys own CRUMMY 110 camera, which wasn't in the glove compartment this time, and the same which wasn't used at the Sequoiyah park, to film the Drone that wasn't looked at by A Park Ranger. who wasn't there. The picture is a tad blurry, if only because it wasn't as good as Chads Camera, and we can allow for that of course technically making my picture , after all is said and done..more credible than Chads, even if he successfully took a picture of something that was never there.. Between flying dentures and flying drones..no contest..
That being said..Date Cancelled!

Nice Try Shirley cool
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« Reply #2048 on: Jul 25th, 2012, 9:44pm »

on Jul 25th, 2012, 11:21am, Қℓάť wrote:
[color=Beige]Mein Gott!

"Confess ISAAC, CONFESS!"

Lest we put you in the COMFY CHAIR!
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Klat..you don't mean THIS COMFY chair do you?
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It looks VERY familiar.
Listening to a spellbinding tale like Shirleys was rather difficult as she doesn't like guests sitting on her furniture and contaminating it with unknown essences. Thats why she is such a great Retired Mental Health Care Worker like Bren Claimed he was..in his Dossier at the OMRT.. . crowd control is an important factor in these matters.
The entire filming crew , PIs and Anthony had to stand up and watch her go thru that posed scene..
Very Eccentric. In some respects, I actually feel sorry for the COMFY.. sad


It's said Revenge is sweet..and best served on a cold platter..well...with a little cunniving on my part and convicing him what a fantastic opportunity to mix business and pleasure..I masterfully managed to pass off that blind date to our friend Frank ,
and you can almost read his lips him telling TK , with the PT Barnum stogie, how eager he is to meet her. grin

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Hey Frank..You Owe me one. grin
This is one phone call I can't wait to take from him take afterwards cool

on an aside.. What was the location they took that shot we see them in? smiley
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« Reply #2049 on: Jul 25th, 2012, 10:52pm »

Surely seems like those two guys would have their own "reality" show by now.

Just sayin'. wink
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« Reply #2050 on: Jul 25th, 2012, 10:58pm »

Hehe..Looks like they are reaping great rewards from their adventure selling CDs at $15.00 a pop.
I can get an season of Lost with that.So it must be good.
http://store.openminds.tv/products/Tommy-%22TK%22-Davis-%26-Frank-Dixon-%252d-The-%22California-Drone-Investigation%22.html
I bet they are flying off the shelves!
The soundtrack must be awsome. shocked

If they havent maybe the Willam tell Overture would be perfect..That was like rock n roll back in those days I hear tell.

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« Reply #2051 on: Jul 28th, 2012, 10:25pm »

Most of us missed Dil's birthday while we were forging ahead trying to bare open the secrets of the drone. We apologize for this lapse in memory.
We know from careful review documents that the actual lab was several layers deep under small janitorial supplies store.
We knew we could not penetrate that level security that could secure even a small country like..Poland.. but could by indirect means look for signs such as exhaust vents away form the site itself, and take appropriate air samples for detection of exotic materials.
Indeed we did..We detected metallic dust particles..as well as organic that indicated some sort of thermal process going on..
That was enough to authorize penetration of the site by stealth.
.While I feigned strolling across the street in the parkinglot ..relieving my pet shitzu and having him bark noisily as only these small breed can.., Double and Klat hastily ran a 250 ft optics cable line and mobile cam down the vent.
I suggest you take a moment Dr....get something to drink..and sit down on the new ARC research sofa.
We could not identify the person in the film..but instantly knew that a high level of reverse Engineering of some sort is taking place. cool


Happy Belated Birthday Doc....from All of us..Sid sent regards..did not realize the posts were down stairs with the rest of the folk drinking koolaid.

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« Reply #2052 on: Jul 28th, 2012, 11:34pm »

That was right clever of them, putting the exhaust vents downwind of the Waffle House like that. If we had not been so persistent, we might have been thrown off by that. That's what the ARC is known for, persisetence. And high grade intel. TWO things the ARC is famous for! Persisetence, high grade intel, and a well developed sense of adventure. Three! Three things...

I'm just glad that Waffle House is open all night. We were all pretty hungry by the end of that mission.
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« Reply #2053 on: Jul 29th, 2012, 03:38am »

on Jul 28th, 2012, 11:34pm, Double Nought Spy wrote:
That was right clever of them, putting the exhaust vents downwind of the Waffle House like that. If we had not been so persistent, we might have been thrown off by that. That's what the ARC is known for, persisetence. And high grade intel. TWO things the ARC is famous for! Persisetence, high grade intel, and a well developed sense of adventure. Three! Three things...

I'm just glad that Waffle House is open all night. We were all pretty hungry by the end of that mission.


Double..
Sparky really appreciated you seeing to it that the waitress made him that doggy bag after. He was hungrier than the rest of us! No wonder..Not even you know who can come close to the distraction , the virtual suppression blanket of barks peppering the street ... Every binocular was on him..
In our maxwell smart dog and pony routine .. That Shitzu stole the show literally.
By the way..I think he took quite a shine to you and the penguin during that visit you'll be glad to know.



addendum
I am ALWAYS appreciative and thankful when a site offers advice as one did VERY recently and suggested we go to

http://cryptome.org/2012/07/gent-forum-spies.html

The same people however forgetting we had referred them to this other site several years ago.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet) here and at ATS....

leaving me curious at this behaviour when the very same people/person said

at the beginning of the thread , one of thousands on this forum dealing only one topic said these very words..


Masker33/l

No lie, I really enjoy this site. I don't bother with the DRT.

I expect what I get here and find as much humor in your posts as you do in mine. It must be the Best of All Possible Worlds as Dan says. After all only a few players are left as if it was supposed to be that way.

Delightful.

This is most peculiar by people who now claim in the here now today that was was the way it was planned to end,and one would think they would be happy all went according to plan.The same people active DRT backscratckhers and members thereof.

I am more than willing to share in the delight..and even refrained from posting a littany of examples of the kind they warn us about perpetrated by them. Claims to have infiltrated up the highest echelons of the forum with their agents..
ALL Water under the bridge, out of sight out of mind..live and let live...Yet I get the distinct impression they are extremely annoyed..about something..I hope they are not.because that
must be a dreadfully frustrating state of mind to be in and attempt to function objectively and keep the appearances to be taking the High Road .
But thanks for the gesture..
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« Reply #2054 on: Jul 29th, 2012, 10:13am »

Like my old Mammy used to say, "Some people just ain't gonna be happy no matter what."

I can't help noticing that it's the most pernicious of the manipulators who keep calling us gummint disinformation agents or whatever. It's fine with me for them to have their little fantasy world to use for the setting of their melodramas, but it does get tiresome for the sane to watch. The only way I can deal with it on an ongoing basis is to make a joke out of it, which of course only inflames the crazies even more.

Anyway, the Admiral was going to tell me all about his dealings with that one troll, during the "Great Lakes Dive Co." fiasco I think it was, but that piano fell on him before he got around to it.

Sparky scared the crap out of the penguin, literally, but they did seem to get on rather well once they got acquainted.
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