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September Clues & this Forum http://letsrollforums.com/september-clu ... 25681.html
I have made an administrative decision to remove once and for all, all links to Simon Shacks September Clues which I had, till now, been graciously putting up in all of our new research posts. Simon Shacks erratic behavior and many attacks upon this forum and its members has lead me to this hard decision. I already know where this is leading which is why I made the decision to pull all support of September Clues and Simon Shack.
We are being vilified because we do not subscribe to each and every tenet of Simon Shacks faith in all being make believe. Thats right folks, because you don't believe each and every thing which proceeds from Simon Shacks mouth, you are condemned as well as all your research!
Simon Shack can go outside and play a nice long game of hide and go fuck himself. It really is a shame that Simon is acting like all of the other gatekeepers in 911. Is he one? Well, he did ban the hollow towers research from his forum and as far as I know it is still banned. That's called gate keeping by the way. All of their research is welcome here and he good stuff embraced.
And I was going to give Simon Shack a bunch of really great plugs & support in our upcoming video. "Was" is the key word. Ain't happening now.
So, a message to the mods here. When your on the forum and you come to a research thread with the links at the bottom, please see if September Clues is in there, and remove it if it is. I have already begun removing these links. But it will take months to remove them all, and I want each and every one of them scrubbed from this forum and removed. No huge rush, don't go searching them all out, simply when reading, see if the first post has a links menu at the bottom. If it does, edit the post and please remove September clues from the links.
Don't feel bad. Simon has banned any and all research of our on his forum! While we have actively embraced all positive and verifiable aspects of his research. And then had the audacity to proclaim we are gate-keepers! Simon shack is a clown, like Dave Vonkleist.
Simon bans our research while demanding that we all embrace his research as though it is gospel truth. Simon Shack bans all of our research from his forum, then boldly proclaims that everyone that doesn't subscribe to his 911 theology is a heretic. What a fucking joke Simon Shack is.
And a huge disappointment to all of us here at lets roll forums who were hoping for some kind of intelligent response from Simon Shack and his forum members. Simon Shack has shown himself to be a gate-keeper and has been a total disappointment to everyone here at the lets roll forums who were hoping for some kind of limited truce and cease-fire.
truthseeker wrote:Phil Jayhan
Thanked 7,000 Times in 2,663 Posts
fbenario wrote:truthseeker wrote:Phil Jayhan
Thanked 7,000 Times in 2,663 Posts
What kind of arrogant, egotistical, narcissist brags about the number of times others thank him? I pity his family. He must be a very small person.
pshea38 wrote:What are your thoughts on this information Simon?
Could the faked events of last year be connected?
No idea! I only hope that this "Planet X" is remotely controlled by intelligent extraterrestrials - and is programmed to hit the "Elite's" bunkers/shelters dead center. Ka-Boom!
WASHINGTON—Partial remains from some victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks ended up in a landfill, according to a Pentagon report released on Tuesday that revealed previously undisclosed practices at the U.S. military’s main mortuary.
The report said that “several portions of remains” found from the attack on the Pentagon and at the Pennsylvania crash site of a hijacked airliner presumably ended up in a landfill after being handed over to a private firm.
These partial remains “could not be tested or identified,” the Pentagon said.
Todd Maisel: One of the most controversial photos I took that day was a picture of a severed hand on the ground. It ended up in a Swiss museum and in a book called Controversies. The Daily News ran it, and there were some people who thought it was a terrible thing to do. You know what? Too bad. This is what it was. It was a horror. The picture was the Daily News saying, “The horror of this day must not be reduced. You can’t hide the terrible things that occurred.” I saw body parts all over the place.
Radical Camera Lets You Pick What's Blurry And What's Not
The consumer point-and-shoot camera has just been reinvented—not tweaked, or remodeled, but actually re-thought from top to bottom. A Silicon Valley start-up called Lytro is shipping this week a camera that looks like no other and actually lets you focus or refocus your pictures on a computer after you take them.
Not only that, but the company is promising that pictures you take with the camera today will be able to be manipulated after the fact in additional ways in coming months. For instance, you'll be able to snap into focus everything at once, regardless of depth. Or change the perspective from which the picture is seen, and switch a photo back and forth between 2-D and 3-D. That's why it calls the images "living pictures."
This $399 camera, also called Lytro, can do all this because it is a so-called light-field camera, which is based on a different technology than traditional digital cameras. In simple terms, it uses a modified sensor, plus proprietary software, to capture and process more, and different, information about the light hitting its lens than other cameras do. This includes the direction of light rays. The result is a richer picture file that software, on the camera and on a computer, can use to manipulate images in new ways. Lytro doesn't even classify its camera by the familiar megapixel measure. Instead, the company says it has a resolution of 11 megarays—in other words, it can capture 11 million light rays.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 ... ljournal_0
New speech-jamming gun hints at dystopian Big Brother future
At its most basic, this gun could be used in libraries and other quiet spaces to stop people from speaking — but its second application is a lot more chilling.
The researchers were looking for a way to stop “louder, stronger” voices from saying more than their fair share in conversation. The paper reads: “We have to establish and obey rules for proper turn-taking when speaking. However, some people tend to lengthen their turns or deliberately interrupt other people when it is their turn in order to establish their presence rather than achieve more fruitful discussions. Furthermore, some people tend to jeer at speakers to invalidate their speech.” In other words, this speech-jamming gun was built to enforce “proper” conversations.
http://www.extremetech.com/computing/12 ... her-future
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