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« Reply #165 on: May 19th, 2016, 1:00pm »

I heard on the grape vine that some people have been having problems with attempted hacking.

Anyone here noticed any problems recently ?

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« Reply #166 on: May 19th, 2016, 1:38pm »

on May 19th, 2016, 1:00pm, INT21 wrote:
I heard on the grape vine that some people have been having problems with attempted hacking.

Anyone here noticed any problems recently ?

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Problems here or on our private e-mail or what...?
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« Reply #167 on: May 19th, 2016, 2:58pm »

Problems not being able to access the site on occasions.

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« Reply #168 on: May 19th, 2016, 3:17pm »

I had something happen this AM about 7:30, some one or some thing
gained access to my PC and updated it to windows 10 with out
my permission, then later about 10 AM my phone got a email from
Quick books, security warning, my customers credit card info, may be
in jeopardy, and for $77.00 US I can update to better security.

I have not turned on my laptop for awhile now cos it is only for recording Music,
and that program won't open, Steinberg "Cubase" told me to upgrade
for $99.00 US, some of my Music friends had spent up $200.00 US to get their
product working, sounds like a business model to me,
but what the
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« Reply #169 on: May 19th, 2016, 3:50pm »

I've had a few pop ups I never saw before ...but that could be just malware from the web. I do get Windows 10 wanting me to always sign up.
Oh,...and at home I had a program wanting me to change search engines but my McAfee stopped it.
I'm on the office system right now.
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« Reply #170 on: May 19th, 2016, 6:33pm »

On the safe space and only there i get malicious malware site warning bolocked plandbuild.us.cc
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« Reply #171 on: May 20th, 2016, 05:25am »

Pause for reflection.

It is claimed by the various scientific and security departments that we can pick up any object approaching the Earth.

Yet it is now (11:17 Hrs 20 May 2016) more than 48 hours since an Egyptian airlines plane 'disappeared' of the radar screen as it was approaching Cairo.

It was, depending on who's report you believe, either 20 or 45 minutes from landing.

So, let us assume that it was flying at about 550 mph. That puts it not far from the Egyptian coastline of the Mediterranean Sea.

Yet they haven't yet found the plane.

The Med' is wonderfully clear. the weather is good. The plane was on a normal air lane. The area is bristling with radars as it is in a somewhat troubled part of the world.

This isn't the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean.

Why is it taking so long to find the plane ?


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« Reply #172 on: May 20th, 2016, 05:31am »

Update,

11:29 20 May 2016.

They have found the plane 180 mile North of Alexandria.

So the question becomes 'why did it take so long' ?

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« Reply #173 on: May 20th, 2016, 07:29am »

People watch too much TV, movies, have an exagerated view of capabilities and incorrectly assume being able to do something more easily in one field extends to everything else. Then those of the conspiracy mindset believing the PTB's, etc. can do anything have to reconcile why they appear not to always be capable of it. So instead of thinking of plausible reasons why not they write the discrepancy off as being intended thus maintaining the belief that the PTB's are all knowing and powerful.

TLDR - Stuff happens.

My best guess would be that they have limited resources and use a search plan based on that and their best estimation from the last known location and behavior. I'm sure there are trade offs in the plan and sometimes something is found early or late and you can't be searching willy-nilly. This of course assumes they did not know the planes precise location all along. grin
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« Reply #174 on: Jun 2nd, 2016, 3:57pm »

Is time really a dimension ?

I have long considered it no to be.

If you locate something by the three dimensions x,y,z then you can return to this position when you want.

You can't do this with time.

Time has moved on.

Just a thought.

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« Reply #175 on: Jun 2nd, 2016, 4:56pm »

on Jun 2nd, 2016, 3:57pm, INT21 wrote:
Is time really a dimension ?

I have long considered it no to be.

If you locate something by the three dimensions x,y,z then you can return to this position when you want.

You can't do this with time.

Time has moved on.

Just a thought.

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Wasn't that an idea from Einstein originally...? Or was it from another physicist?
At any rate I always thought that time was more of a concept and it doesn't exist at all except in that way.....for finite entities.
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« Reply #176 on: Jun 2nd, 2016, 5:32pm »

on Jun 2nd, 2016, 3:57pm, INT21 wrote:
Is time really a dimension ?


I'd say no, Hal.

IMO time is merely a name we've given to our way of calculating the progression of evolution ...

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« Reply #177 on: Jun 2nd, 2016, 8:37pm »

on Jun 2nd, 2016, 3:57pm, INT21 wrote:
Is time really a dimension ?

I have long considered it no to be.

If you locate something by the three dimensions x,y,z then you can return to this position when you want.

You can't do this with time.

Time has moved on.

Just a thought.

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Ah, but where is it written you have to return?

Extra dimensions make my head spin. Here's my musings and quite possibly wrong. Most think of dimensions as LxWxH i.e., a 3 dimensional object or boundary of something. Time places that object along another axis - labelled time (4th dimension?). Maybe axis is not a good name for it as that axis does not really show where the object is. However, that 3D object can still be referenced within another 3D space with it's position as a function of time. I can also visualize that object and it's location as a function of time being contained in another 3D space varying with time. But this is all contained in a 3D space I can envision. Is time really a dimension or just a coordinate in a 3D space?
Maybe Bonehead can explain it better. grin
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« Reply #178 on: Jun 3rd, 2016, 05:01am »

Ed,

Probably not written anywhere. But it is the dimension, if you want to call it that, that can't be revisited.

Whilst you can re-map the other three with reference to any point you choose.

I suppose that if there other dimensions of space then they would also be of a nature that can be revisited. But not time.

Invoking Bonehead is bound to leave us all more confused than we are at the moment, but I also would like to read his thoughts on it.

Dej,

Yes, I like that description.
A question comes to mind. Without time nothing would evolve and thus nothing would be happening at all. With this in mind, would the three other dimensions still exist ?

I suggest they would. But what would the x,y,z co-ordinate be part of ?

Drwu,

Looks as if we all agree that time is separate to the others.
I'm not sure how Einstein envisaged it, but he certainly seemed to think it a necessary part of his writings.

Reminds me of the time I had a discussion with the younger chemists at work. I asked them if they could draw a triangle with three straight lines and included angles adding up to 270 degrees.

I always thought that chemist were supposed to be clever people. But not on that day.

No doubt all you guys know how it's done.

Oh yes, nearly forgot. Last night on BBC's Newsnight, Elon Musk came out on the side of the universe being part of another civilisation's computer game.
I haven't Googled it yet.

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« Reply #179 on: Jun 3rd, 2016, 08:17am »

on Jun 3rd, 2016, 05:01am, INT21 wrote:
Ed,

Probably not written anywhere. But it is the dimension, if you want to call it that, that can't be revisited.

Whilst you can re-map the other three with reference to any point you choose.

I suppose that if there other dimensions of space then they would also be of a nature that can be revisited. But not time.

Invoking Bonehead is bound to leave us all more confused than we are at the moment, but I also would like to read his thoughts on it.

Is it necessary to go back in time if the object (or whatever) can be remapped in the present? Let's say we had all the technology to do anything but go back in time could we not recreate anything exactly from an earlier time? (or future?) In essence, one could not know the difference so would it matter? It's easy to visualize this for objects and positions but I suppose it gets tricky with duplicating non-physical(?) things like emotions, etc. Although those could be reproduced too I guess.

The 270 degree triangle is one of those trick questions. grin
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