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« Reply #15 on: Aug 28th, 2017, 3:49pm »

on Aug 27th, 2017, 2:18pm, thelmadonna wrote:
Your ego is getting the better of you. How dare you presume to know my story or that of any other abductee. They also don't delete your memory, they block it.

Blocking memories is a part of the UFO lore and got nothing to do with realities. Just the idea that a hypnotherapist swings a pendulum before someone's eyes, thus effectively unblocking memories is a joke. Poor aliens. If they just knew how easy is to unblock the memory - relaaaax, swing, swing - and the secret is no longer the secret.

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This is how it really goes: By pressing the Delete key, the ET's kill any chances that the abductee would ever even dream about having been in a very strange place. By pressing the Insert key, the ET's download certain type of knowledge into the human brain and then, when the abductee is back on the planet, the ET's press the Home key. When that happens, the inserted content is released and that causes folks, like Isaac Newton, suddenly getting smart. If it were not for this procedure, we would have still lived in the Stone Age.

You can also insert a data into a human brain remotely, but that feels funny when the data is large. The aliens sometimes make sure that a person sees a UFO that seems to interact with the observer. Add some time lapsing and that person gets very suspicious, visits a hypnotherapist who swings a pendulum. That person thinks that the funny feeling is caused by the hypnotic state induced by the pendulum, but it is actually caused by data transmitted and inserted into his or her mind - data in the form of a story that never happened. That's how the images of Grays and other space critters are created.

The ET's can fool us as much easily as we would the Neanderthals.
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« Reply #16 on: Aug 29th, 2017, 08:01am »

The image of the numbers on a metal tag has disappeared.

Travex please re-post.

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edited to change name. Again, sorry Nyx.
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« Reply #17 on: Aug 29th, 2017, 9:12pm »

Crystal, I am not part of this thread.

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« Reply #18 on: Aug 29th, 2017, 9:23pm »

"Crystal, I am not part of this thread."


Uh oh! Has she started drinking again?!
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« Reply #19 on: Aug 30th, 2017, 08:31am »

on Aug 29th, 2017, 9:12pm, Nyx wrote:
Crystal, I am not part of this thread.

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Sorry Nyx, I have lost my mind again.

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« Reply #20 on: Aug 30th, 2017, 08:32am »

on Aug 29th, 2017, 9:23pm, Swamprat wrote:
"Crystal, I am not part of this thread."


Uh oh! Has she started drinking again?!


Swamprat, you aren't supposed to tell anyone!

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« Reply #21 on: Sep 11th, 2017, 12:22pm »

on Aug 25th, 2017, 2:56pm, travex wrote:
Many abductees cry and/or fight, because they don't want to be sent back to Earth. You can stay there, but only if you answer a question. And that strip is also an example of one of the questions given when an abductee wants to stay. The ET's would say to an abductee: "Look at this

1243246889395396069977607588653662488342467754991133326918485767196333988618592190086512640

and then choose between Metternich and Darwin."

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Metternich or Darwin? Can they be really told apart looking at that number?

The debunkers would immediately dismiss the idea that the ET's would ever asked such a nonsensical question without bothering to show that the question lacks the necessary rationality to be considered as a legitimate puzzle. If it were not for the UFO debunkers, we would lose the opportunity to see the greatest examples of pseudoscience in the field of UFO skepticism. And so, Long live The Skeptical Inquirer! Well, not all contributors are semi-deranged individuals - sometimes they did make a point in that magazine.

Metternich and Darwin belong to the population of well-known individuals. That population - or a set - is large, going into thousands of folks who distinguished themselves one way or the other, so all what a skeptic needs to do is to show that names of any other two well-known individuals in that population could easily figure in the puzzle instead. In other words, the skeptic should show that there is no special relationship between Metternich and Darwin and that long string of digits. In yet other words, the skeptic needs to show that the ET's could have asked as well for telling apart Henry Ford from king George III while considering that long string of digits. But since the debunkers and hard skeptics really hate to be confronted by reason, they would run away, hide beyond the fence of pseudo rationality, and yell their obese denials from there.

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« Reply #22 on: Oct 7th, 2017, 04:29am »

on Aug 25th, 2017, 2:56pm, travex wrote:
Many abductees cry and/or fight, because they don't want to be sent back to Earth. You can stay there, but only if you answer a question. And that strip is also an example of one of the questions given when an abductee wants to stay. The ET's would say to an abductee: "Look at this

1243246889395396069977607588653662488342467754991133326918485767196333988618592190086512640

and then choose between Metternich and Darwin."

An abductee would think that the ET's are joking, but the question can be really justifiably answered. There was only one special case when an earthling was allowed to stay after picking Metternich on different, but related grounds. When asked for a justification of his choice, that guy said that he didn't have the slightest idea what that long number could mean and the same went for Metternich - he didn't have the slightest idea who Metternich was. The ETs appreciated that he gave it at least a try instead of going down on his knees, like some others do, pleading with the ET's for a permission to stay anyway.

Metternich or Darwin? Can they be really told apart looking at that number?


This thread hasn't been properly closed - it should end with some solution to the problem, which seems to be too difficult to solve.

The puzzle is linked to the UFO via the long string of digits, which were found showing no pattern whatsoever and were therefore deemed random. That's commensurate with an overwhelming majority of alleged UFO sightings where the behavior of the light(s) or the object(s) seems to be random as well. No one has ever succeeded in predicting where and when a UFO shows up next and what antics it would do.

But we have learned that not all digits in the string were of the same significance. If you want to find out how many digits is the string made of, you need to count. The process of counting has two special points: the beginning and the end. Since the string starts with 1 and ends with 0, those are the significant digits with respect to counting. This seems to be very suspicious, because we use 1 and 0 for other statements involving opposites, such as the beginning and the end. It can be also input and output - to choose from many examples.

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Since 1 and 0 are also the only digits that a binary numerical system is made of, we are just a few inches away from the trick of converting a decimal number to its binary equivalent. Once it is done, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,... pattern made of alternating substrings of ones and zeroes emerges.

Decimal:
1243246889395396069977607588653662488342467754991133326918485767196333988618592190086512640

Binary:
100111000011111000000111111100000000111111111
0000000000111111111110000000000001111111111111
000000000000001111111111111110000000000000000
111111111111111110000000000000000001111111111111111111
000000000000000000001111111111111111111110000000000000000000000
11111111111111111111111000000000000000000000000


The conclusion is that the decimal digits were actually not randomly organized, the same way the real UFO's are not zig-zagging the skies at will, even though we perceive it that way.

Because that problem wasn't that difficult to crack, the ET's came up with a little bit harder follow-up: We are supposed to look once again at the string of decimal digits and then choose between Darwin and Metternich.

There is actually a step-by-step methodology how to approach the problem, which we skip through for the sake of brevity. The penalty for that is that we won't be able very likely to solve this particular problem, but can take on conceptually similar problems easier to solve. We look at a much shorter string of digits and try to choose between other two notable folks.

19331945 = Winston Churchill or Adolf Hitler?

Hmm... Shouldn't be the puzzle rendered this way?

19331945 = WinstonChurchill or AdolfHitler?

There is no gap in the numerical string, so there should be no gap in the names, right?

Let' fix the inconsistency by splitting the numerical string in half to justify the gap in the names.

1933 1945 = Winston Churchill or Adolf Hitler?

Now it's time to learn the basics about Winston Churchill and Adolf Hitler...

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, PCc, DL, FRS, RA (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965) was a British statesman, army officer, and writer. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955.

Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; NSDAP), Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer ("Leader") of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945.

It's apparent that the string of digits 19331945 applies to Adolf Hitler rather than to Winston Churchill.

There is something special about Homo sapiens. This species learns and then tries to apply analogous method to a similar problem that it has learned to solve. Obviously, we would look at the long string of decimal digits trying to find a segment made of four subsequent digits, which make a number associated with the activities of Charles Darwin or Klemens von Metternich. But as we look, we notice that the last digit zero has a different color.

1243246889395396069977607588653662488342467754 991133326918485767196333988618592190086512640

Taking notice of this difference, which, in general sense highlights the end, or termination, we scan the principal biographical data of both notable guys... and we get really lucky with Metternich:

Klemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar, Prince von Metternich-Winneburg zu Beilstein (15 May 1773 – 11 June 1859) was a German diplomat and statesman and one of the most important of his era, serving as the Austrian Empire's Foreign Minister from 1809 and Chancellor from 1821 until the liberal revolutions of 1848 forced his resignation.
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Klemens von Metternich resigned from his job in 1848 and from his life in 1859, with both numbers included in the numerical string.

124324688939539606997760758865366248834246775991133326918485767196333988618592190086512640

So we confidently choose Metternich and are done. But not quite yet. Another look at the numerical string reveals an additional change at its beginning.

1243246889395396069977607588653662488342467754991133326918485767196333988618592190086512640

If Green is Go and Red is Stop,
then what is Bottom and what is Top?


That's easy: www.freepngimg.com/download/traffic_light/9-2-traffic-light-free-png-image.png

But the opposite od EASY is DIFFICULT and the difficulty lies in the fact that the highlighted digits, one and zero, represent any opposites. That means we need to find two numbers in the numerical string, which apply to both Metternich and Darwin, and those two numbers must characterize opposites. Then we must choose one of the gentlemen - and that's not easy at all.

Is there any clue how to handle this problem?

Well, there is. The word RED has the same number of letters as LAS, and GREEN has the same number of letters as VEGAS. And so we must go to Las Vegas to see the clue to the puzzle:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Uqr5iqt-OU

Aha! Now it's really a piece of cake... rolleyes

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What if Homo sapiens wouldn't try hard to solve it?

Well, there are 91 digits in that decimal string, so I'll be thinking in terms of 91.

Like what?

Like Route 91, for example. Then I'll activate that thing you call an alien implant.


I guess Homo sapiens didn't try hard enough...
http://rt91harvest.com/splash-page/



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« Reply #23 on: Oct 7th, 2017, 07:50am »

You wont want to hear my ramblings, don't care. If you divide by 9 and add the leftover one you get 11. If you feel like checking Route 11, Vermont then go ahead, In UK we use the term Road, so Road 11 is a place in the middle of the Grangemouth Chemical Complex, exactly where the famous Grangemouth UFO appeared and was pictured.
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on Oct 7th, 2017, 07:50am, thelmadonna wrote:
You wont want to hear my ramblings, don't care. If you divide by 9 and add the leftover one you get 11. If you feel like checking Route 11, Vermont then go ahead, In UK we use the term Road, so Road 11 is a place in the middle of the Grangemouth Chemical Complex, exactly where the famous Grangemouth UFO appeared and was pictured.


Did that UFO at Grangemouth Chemical Complex shoot more people dead than those who got killed in Las Vegas? How do you set up the priorities, forcrysake? Never mind...

Can you demonstrate what you meant by saying, "If you divide by 9 and add the leftover one you get 11?" When you say "leftover," do you mean by that the remainder? And to what number is the reminder supposed to be added to? Can do the math before our eyes?
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Awa’ n bile yer heid Yer Doolally A bloody Eejit. If you hadn't already noticed I am so far the only one to engage on your tpoic, apart from the mods who were trying to intervene on my behalf.
I never said it had to make any sense. Have a nice day, also if the blaspheme was meant for me, back at you 9-fold.
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on Oct 10th, 2017, 2:17pm, thelmadonna wrote:
If you hadn't already noticed I am so far the only one to engage on your tpoic, apart from the mods who were trying to intervene on my behalf. I never said it had to make any sense.


I had noticed and began to worry. You should keep praying to St. Betty and St. Barney for the protection of your senseless soul instead. I can't help you, for the powers don't reside within the radius of my galactic reticulum.
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