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  1. 9 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:
    H. R. 666

    February 1, 2017

    (Sec. 2) This bill amends the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to direct the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to establish an Insider Threat Program, which shall: (1) provide training and education for DHS personnel to identify, prevent, mitigate, and respond to insider threat risks to DHS's critical assets; (2) provide investigative support regarding such threats; and (3) conduct risk mitigation activities for such threats.


    “(2) INSIDER.—The term ‘insider’ means—

    “(A) any person who has access to classified national security information and is employed by, detailed to, or assigned to the Department, including members of the Armed Forces, experts or consultants to the Department, industrial or commercial contractors, licensees, certificate holders, or grantees of the Department, including all subcontractors, personal services contractors, or any other category of person who acts for or on behalf of the Department, as determined by the Secretary; or

    “(B) State, local, tribal, territorial, and private sector personnel who possess security clearances granted by the Department.


    “(3) INSIDER THREAT.—The term ‘insider threat’ means the threat that an insider will use his or her authorized access, wittingly or unwittingly, to do harm to the security of the United States, including damage to the United States through espionage, terrorism, the unauthorized disclosure of classified national security information, or through the loss or degradation of departmental resources or capabilities.”


    So in other words, whistleblowers beware.They'll come and get you.





    Confirmation bias:

    H.R.665 - Airport Perimeter and Access Control Security Act of 2017


    The 114th house 666 bill is....


    H.R.666 - To adapt to changing crude oil market conditions.


    The 16th house 666 bill is....



    H.R.666 - Haitian Educational Empowerment Act of 2019

  2. 18 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    The extra 6 in the bill and the zeros in the patent could just be for plausible deniability or they could not, we're all just speculatng at the end of the day.


    One thing is for sure though, is that there are people that feel like 666 has significance that rule over us. Maybe that bill and patent are innocent, but it doesn't mean that all occurrences of 666 are meaningless.


    They are meaningless to me personally and I suspect quite a very large majority of people. Maybe there are vulnerable susceptible people, but to me this is rather a weird way of targeting them.


    18 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    I'm sorry if I came across as rude, my apologies.


    Well thank you for that - no problem.


  3. 12 hours ago, amy G said:

    I am still not sure, but it cannot be very far away and definitely appears many times as translucent. 




    times a thousand radio clubs!!


    EME regularly takes place on all amateur bands from 50MHz up to 47GHz, with 144MHz and 1296MHz by far the most popular bands for activity. Some EME activity has even taken place on the 21 and 28MHz amateur bands.

    144-EME_simple_2x9-yagi-298x300.jpgA simple 144 MHz Dual 9-element Yagi setup for EME

    One of the unique characteristics of EME is that it is possible to hear and observe your own transmissions echoed back approximately 2.5 seconds later as the transmitted signal propagates from the earth to the moon, is reflected, and propagates back to the earth.



    The Moon is half of 2.5 light seconds away. It is never translucent.

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  4. 4 hours ago, theo102 said:


    Because it explains why you can't compare the frames. The point is that your video has been doctored because the horizontal gash isn't present in the Naudet video and it isn't present in the still photos.







    @Reet Hard Look at this picture for proof that the columns are all covered with panels. You can see some have worked a bit loose.

  5. 14 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    How am I acting like an arse? It was a legitimate question. Are you saying that people in powerful positions can't possibly have a sinister motive that the general public are not aware of?


    Powerful people have motivation to stay as such. Some have bad motives, some don't. I was debating in good faith offering you the chance to put your position over, I made a good post detailing the two instances quoted are not 666 and are part of a genuine sequence. I posted that the Moloch software is open source and not AOL (afaik) and you come back with your annoying bloody question asking me if I am a sodding troll!! 


    Are you saying those two sequences were doctored? Or that they both waited for the precise moment the magic non-666 number appeared??? Please tell me you don't think that likely.





    1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Do you actually look up the early life of powerful people to see if they have a dog in this fight or are you trolling?


    I read about this stuff over 25 years ago and I suspect that is older than you. I was debating you in good faith and then you have to act like an arse?


    Now address the content I posted convince me!

    Quite clearly 6666 is not 666 and the bill WAS a legitimate number sequence. 

    Quite clearly 606060 is also not 666 and again was a legitimate sequence.


    Confirmation bias. Now I have no idea why the open source program was named after a bloody owl, but I do know that people like to publicise their stuff and get it noticed and if doing that gets it noticed it worked didn't it. How do you bring AOL into it? Can you explain?



  7. 15 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    What are your thoughts on these?:


    U.S. Democrats propose ominous ‘6666’ bill for coronavirus tracing






    Are they just winding people up?


    First one is 4 sixes and I am not aware of that relating to 3 sixes - it really is just coincidence.  Second one is 606060.....not 666. It's confirmation bias.








    15 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    What about AOL's Moloch packet sniffer? Am I supposed to believe that the average Joe would come up with these names?


    Gets attention, what else is there to say? I mean if you want to associate it with evil ne'er do wells then that is your prerogative.

  8. Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

    If people are literally googling images to backup their preconceived notions then sure, but this was surely somebody that just stumbled on the bus stop. The same way people watched TV and stumbled on Dr Hilary.


    That wasn't what I meant. I am talking about all the 666 that "keeps popping" in health stuff. How many bus stop ads don't have 3 balloons with a 6 on?

  9. 23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    The website no doubt gets more engagement than a single bus stop ad, but I'm not sure how many of these ads there are. The website just gets engagement from people that are interested in BUPA, an ad at a bus stop doesn't.


    Hmmmm, that's not really accurate. The bus stop ad will get subliminal passing motorists maybe and bus travellers mainly. The website will get people who are interested, casual clickers, people who saw the adverts and the odd accidental click.


    23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    It's not uncommon for ad campaigns to use variations of their graphics where the composition is different.


    Sure, but in this case it makes zero sense. For the sake of a tiny piece of balloon with a 6 on it, chopped off on the right, the website would be "influencing" millions. If the goal was the beast/666 that isn't consistent.


    23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    At the end of the day, none of us can really say what the true intentions are and whether the ad campaign is innocent.


    True, but in this case it does look quite innocent with the main traffic - the website - not doing anything.


    23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    When 666 keeps popping in health and tech imagery, then it does seem a bit fishy to me, especially when we're hearing so much about immunity passports, UBI and social credit systems.


    It isn't a sinister number and if you go looking for something you will probably find it - but if you don't look at its non-occurrence your mind may skew the results. It's called confirmation bias.





  10. 14 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    If I wanted to rub 666 in peoples faces then I would target advertising space where there is a lot of foot traffic. Not as many people will visit the website, surely?


    The opposite would be true and why wouldn't they have it on the source of MILLIONS of website visits? 

  11. 5 hours ago, mishy said:

    Fake planes defying the laws of physics. 


    Nope. Real planes perfectly in line with the laws of physics. The problem is your understanding. You have none. It doesn't appear that you were ever educated in physics, otherwise you would know what a large chunk of colossal kinetic energy can do.


  12. Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:


    How would it get in the design if it's not in the brief? I'm confused. Are you saying it was the designers choice to use the number?


    I'm not saying that Bupa or their designers knowingly put it there for sinister reasons, but it's still there, and it's popping up in other places a lot at the moment too.



    6 weeks free on 3 balloons at the bustop. But only 2 on the website where EVERYONE must go for the offer? 

  13. 7 hours ago, oddsnsods said:


    These advertisers must be a secret group of occultist then,,






    I saw what you wrote before edit - oz quoted it in his personal ad hominem


    The vodafone logo is a speech symbol not a 6. I suppose you can attribute this to malice if you wish - and I'm sure there are numerous examples. There are also quite literally millions of counter examples that have no such things.

  14. 7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    I literally left the print design industry because I was sick of twisted design briefs so it doesn't seem so far-fetched to me.


    I have a partner who was in management and they laughed when I mentioned it. It would be too generic - these things get discussed in brainstorming meetings when they go over the brief. Are you seriously suggesting that BUPA would have on their brief - use 666?


    Why wouldn't they pass this same brief on to their web design team, or at least use the same graphic? Two balloons ......




    or all its graphics...



  15. 4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    The ET's do have time travel


    Two off topic crazy claims in one. Any proof for any of that apart from some charlatan "channelling" nonsense?


    4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

     but the Second Coming will be an ET shapeshifting imposter ... both the Anti-Christ(Beast) if he appears , and returning Christ will be bad news....



    Dude, some Bupa advert used 3 balloons on a Bus stop advert - what has that got do with some off topic bullshit alien invasion? Any evidence for it?


    4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    We are informed a fake alien invasion is a very high probability .


    Uhuh. Who by? Reliable people who routinely provide hard evidence?


    4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    This will be the real ET's keeping out of sight and using the SSP , mind controlled humans with advanced craft and weaponry , to fire on cities ... then the clone army will be unleashed to seek out those in remote areas...


    Sounds scary, any proof for any of this?


    4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    You couldn't make this stuff up 


    Dude, really you bloody can!!! 


    4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    it sounds insane and unlikely to happen


    D'ya think!?


    4 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    but the best source we have says it's high probability within a few years.   


    It was like that when you were saying the same rubbish on the old forum "a few years" ago. This source, do they have any hard evidence or is it all from the phoney money making scam army?

  16. 1 hour ago, mishy said:


    I've given you my answer several times. But just so we're clear, the hole wasn't caused by a plane because we have video footage and that footage shows no plane shaped 

    hole at the moment of impact. Yes, that's right, VIDEO FOOTAGE. It doesn't matter if it's in Ultra HD 4K or pixelated 240p...there's no hole. What DID cause the hole is still up for debate. But as the videos show, it wasn't a plane, so we can therefore deduct that the official story that you seem to cling to so dearly, is a lie.


    It's clear to me that you're just arguing from a position of disbelief. Sadly, that's your problem, Rupert.



    You and your ludicrous circular logic ...the plane shaped hole goes inwards thetefore it is a plane.


    Your blurry Smokey video is woefully short of even being inconclusive and your straw grasping is laughable. You simply have no clue....boxed in by a simple fact.



  17. On 9/5/2020 at 7:24 AM, Carlos said:


    Apparently all because there was a possibility the "big lumbering jet" might miss its target.



    " I propose a conspiracy theory that the conspiracy theories are themselves part of a conspiracy, intended to discredit the idea of there being a conspiracy — and to divide and conquer those who might sleuth out certain facts."


    "1. The terrorist pilots lacked the skill and training needed to fly jetliners into their targets

    This is an especially popular contention with respect to American flight 77.  Hijacker pilot Hani Hanjour was a notoriously untalented flier who never piloted anything larger than a four-seater. Yet he is said to have pulled off a remarkable series of aerobatic maneuvers before slamming into the Pentagon.  The pilots of American 11 and United 175 also had spotty records and had flown only private planes.  They should have had great difficulty navigating to New York City, and even greater difficulty hitting the twin towers squarely. To bolster this idea that the hijackers were Oswaldian pawns, the conspiromongers often invoke impressive-sounding jargon and fluffery about high-tech cockpits, occasionally trundling out testimony from pilots.

    Reality: The cabal’s feats did not require in-depth technical knowledge or a high degree of skill.  The attackers, as private pilots, were completely out of their league in the cockpits of those 757s and 767s; however they were not setting out to perform single-engine missed approaches or Category-3 instrument landings with a failed hydraulic system – or to land at all.  They were setting out to steer an already airborne jetliner, in perfect weather, into the side of a building.  Though, for good measure, Mohammed Atta and at least one other member of his group did buy several hours of simulator training on a Boeing 727 (this was not the same type of jet used in the attacks, but it didn’t need to be).  Additionally they obtained manuals and instructional videos for the 757 and 767, available from aviation supply shops.

    Hani Hanjour’s flying was exceptional only in its recklessness.  If anything, his loops and spirals above the nation’s capital revealed him to be exactly the shitty pilot he by all accounts was.  To hit the Pentagon squarely he needed only a bit of luck, and he got it.  Striking a stationary object — even a large one with five beckoning sides — at high speed and from a steep angle is very difficult.  To make the job easier, he came in obliquely, tearing down light poles as he roared across the Pentagon’s lawn.  If he’d flown the same profile ten times, seven of them he’d probably have tumbled short of the target or overflown it entirely.
    As for those partisan pilots known to chime in on websites, take them with a grain of salt.  As somebody who flies 757 and 767s for a living, I think my testimony carries some weight.  Ask around and you’ll discover that the majority of professional pilots feel the way I do."



  18. 3 minutes ago, Reet Hard said:

    Doesn't meen he is wrong about everything.


    I know, but he hasn't a great track record and has a nice income on the zany. Shall I get some stuff from pilots who don't have any problems?


    3 minutes ago, Reet Hard said:

    Now then that geezer who talks utter nonsense about lizards and was laughed at on Wogan has been proven right about many other things over the last 20 odd years.


    Ahhh ok, well I'm not going there.

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