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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby Mansur on Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:04 pm

The introductory part of my email to Simon:

I am Hungarian and live in Hungary; I am in my fifties ...

I'm in general more interested in the theoretical side of things than on the things themselves. This would mean a lot of disadvantage, especially if one is lazy a bit, but on the other hand it can save really unnecessary efforts. So perhaps a double laziness.

As far as media frauds are concerned, I think there is no media news today that would not be a fraud (so the question itself that whether this or that media news are scams or not plays perhaps in some degree into their hands, or it contains some naiveté at least).

I knew this already in my youth, but I kept myself away from it and I did this later more and more consciously. (There were times when I did not even know the names, and faces, of major politicians.)

I do not remember what exactly and actually caused the "turnaround" in me… Anyway: I'm here now.

Sorry, please, these silly words, but one feels uneasy in speaking of oneself without any real and concrete apropos.

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Greetings for everyone and anyone.
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby Dani on Tue Sep 11, 2018 3:05 am

Dear Simon,

I am a young lady, and wish to become a member of CluesForum.

My username is Dani. I have been educating myself in the art of photography so that when I am an adult I can work as a professional photographer.

I have been “homeschooled” since third grade, and we are not a news watching family.
I have not been traumatized in anyway as it relates to topics or “news events” discussed on the forum.

I was around the age of ten when I started to ask questions about the news, my dad showed me the posts on this forum about Sandy Hook, 9/11, and the Oklahoma City “bombing” in particular.

When my dad showed me pictures of the “news event” it felt like a game of spot the bullshit.

I look forward to contributing where I can.

Yours truly,

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby simonshack on Tue Sep 11, 2018 12:02 pm

Welcome, Dani ! :)
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby SacredCowSlayer on Thu Sep 27, 2018 6:43 pm

Dear TripleSpeak,

Please properly introduce yourself (https://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=838) per forum guidelines.

Sincerely,

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby TripleSpeak on Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:02 pm

My handshake email with Simon:

I'd prefer not to put my full name on this forum for privacy's sake - we all know how important privacy is in this era of increasing information wars! I'm American, but I have lived in over two dozen countries around the world - and I will likely settle in the Mediterranean within the next few years. I've worked in several areas of biology and computer science / engineering - and after having seen through many big pieces of propaganda, I've become attracted to your forum.

The first thing I would like to get started on is the cosmology topics - including the shape of the earth - since I travel so much. I believe my experience in IT shows me that the shape of the earth is what GPS says it is - I can deduce this from first principles. Furthermore, I often cite the following evidence in order to help others think clearly who are questioning its shape:
1) fly from NYC -> London 2) Fly from Cape Town -> Rio 3) If they take similar amounts of time, then you must contend with Earth's curvature (or explain how this could otherwise work using math).

Furthermore, I am planning a trip to Antarctica - and I think the cost of visiting it is not out of reach of anyone with determination. We should gather strategies and tests for any hypotheses that could be of use to someone exploring there (though not much unchaperoned exploration there is unlikely on a budget).

In terms of cosmology, it seems that a big piece of the puzzle is missing in all astronomical models I've seen so far. I would like to inquire about the mass of the sun. Determining this requires knowledge of 1) its size, and 2) its composition. What are the full set of proposed values for each, and their respective evidence?
I realize you (Simon) think(s) that the universe is smaller than in popular cosmological theories, but that the solar system is not? Do we have evidence concerning what happened to the first rockets that NASA tried to send outside of geosynchronous orbit? Based on what happens to objects leaving the Earth's domain can tell us things about our solar system - for example, the ion flows from sun to Earth. Here's another example of a theory that predicted events of NASA's own projects better than NASA: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2015/0 ... r-rosetta/

I want to keep this short, but I should add that as a virtue of direct experience, the observation of the night sky under the influence of LSD or Psilocybin is remarkably reliable from person to person. In each case all stars appear connected by blue and/or purpose lines that form (mostly) hexagonal shapes. This could be completely irrelevant, but it is an interesting phenomena - so I feel the need to mention it.

Thanks - and I look forward to taking part in discussions on your forum! I feel together that we have potential to make real headway on these very important topics.
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby TripleSpeak on Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:03 pm

SacredCowSlayer » September 27th, 2018, 7:43 pm wrote:Dear TripleSpeak,
Please properly introduce yourself (https://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=838) per forum guidelines.
Sincerely,
SCS


Done. Thanks.
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby Flabbergasted on Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:03 am

TripleSpeak » September 27th, 2018, 5:02 pm wrote:... I have lived in over two dozen countries around the world ... I've worked in several areas of biology and computer science / engineering...

Hi TripleSpeak,
If it´s not outside the bounds of privacy, I would like to know:
- In what capacity did you reside in those 24+ countries?
- What sort of work have you done as a biologist and computer scientist/engineer?
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby Observer on Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:26 am

TripleSpeak wrote:...after having seen through many big pieces of propaganda, I've become attracted to your forum.


If you have truly become attracted to this forum, you would have actually read the threads.
If you had read the threads, you would realize there is no more Earth-shape debate needed.
If you had read the threads, you would realize all rockets fly into the ocean, not into space.

And if you are desperately grasping at the fantasy of rockets in space, please don't post yet.
And if you "have seen through many big pieces of propaganda", then please boldly list a few.

In another thread you seem to be admitting the fact that Nuclear Bombs do not exist, great.
But perhaps that is just to gain enough trust, to waste our time with space satellite debates.

How about first (& this should be a forum rule) before typing on various subjects, admit 9/11.
Admit the "official evidence of 3,000 9/11 victims" is forged images thus nobody died on 9/11.

If you cannot admit in your next post that nobody died on 9/11, then you should not post here.
And even if you admit that point - if you can't realize space evidence is forged, you're retarded*.

So please admit nobody died on 9/11, nobody has played on the moon, nobody has orbited Earth.

If you are a shill - tell your boss the infiltration doesn't work without admitting those 3 facts first.
And if you're an honest person still holding too many official beliefs, please read CluesForum more.

People find this site and excitedly post... but people need to read CluesForum more before posting.

* Edit: OK, as SCS justly pointed out, calling "humans in space" believers retarded would be an insult to actual mentally-disabled folks, so I will not use that inappropriate slur which could be misinterpreted. Instead, I will simply state that "humans in space" believers who HAVEN'T found CluesForum are unfortunately currently in the state of ignorance, while "humans in space" believers who HAVE supposedly read CluesForum threads yet STILL somehow steadfastly advocate the "humans in space" belief must be extremely unintelligent, or liars, or shills.
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby SacredCowSlayer on Fri Sep 28, 2018 2:34 pm

Flabbergasted » September 27th, 2018, 11:03 pm wrote:
TripleSpeak » September 27th, 2018, 5:02 pm wrote:... I have lived in over two dozen countries around the world ... I've worked in several areas of biology and computer science / engineering...

Hi TripleSpeak,
If it´s not outside the bounds of privacy, I would like to know:
- In what capacity did you reside in those 24+ countries?
- What sort of work have you done as a biologist and computer scientist/engineer?


Observer » September 28th, 2018, 1:26 am wrote:
TripleSpeak wrote:...after having seen through many big pieces of propaganda, I've become attracted to your forum.


If you have truly become attracted to this forum, you would have actually read the threads.
If you had read the threads, you would realize there is no more Earth-shape debate needed.
If you had read the threads, you would realize all rockets fly into the ocean, not into space.

And if you are desperately grasping at the fantasy of rockets in space, please don't post yet.
And if you "have seen through many big pieces of propaganda", then please boldly list a few.

In another thread you seem to be admitting the fact that Nuclear Bombs do not exist, great.
But perhaps that is just to gain enough trust, to waste our time with space satellite debates.

How about first (& this should be a forum rule) before typing on various subjects, admit 9/11.
Admit the "official evidence of 3,000 9/11 victims" is forged images thus nobody died on 9/11.

If you cannot admit in your next post that nobody died on 9/11, then you should not post here.
And even if you admit that point - if you can't realize space evidence is forged, you're retarded.

So please admit nobody died on 9/11, nobody has played on the moon, nobody has orbited Earth.

If you are a shill - tell your boss the infiltration doesn't work without admitting those 3 facts first.
And if you're an honest person still holding too many official beliefs, please read CluesForum more.

People find this site and excitedly post... but people need to read CluesForum more before posting.


Dear TripleSpeak,

Since it is you who brought up the points that Flabbergasted is inquiring about, I do think they warrant a response. I hope you can see how it would place our members at a disadvantage if claims of vaguely referenced experience and expertise are made, but simultaneously cannot be challenged or examined because of privacy concerns.

Moreover, I would appreciate it if you would tell us why you chose to use the moniker “TripleSpeak.”

Finally, my suggestion would be to spend more time reading through a given topic before diving straight in. I recognize the temptation to see a topic and simply chime in with the first thought that crosses your mind.

Please keep in mind that there are often dozens of pages that have been carefully developed by our members over a long period of time, and it is a disservice to everyone (including yourself) to neglect reading through the topic before posting.

This forum does not by any stretch pretend to require perfection of any sort. For there would be no posting here if that was the case. But we do expect our members to be considerate of its decorum, and the methodical manner in which the topics are approached and discussed.

I do appreciate you taking a moment to place your handshake introduction here per my request.

And Dear Observer,

I understand that your patience appears to be at an end. That happens for each of us from time to time, and I’m no exception. But, we have had more than one or two members who started out enthusiastically posting (albeit with varying degrees of clumsiness), and subsequently took a break to actually read the material and get better aquatinted with the forum before continuing to post. Some of the most valuable members here would be gone if they hadn’t been given a fair chance in their early days.

So I would encourage you to ask questions of new members (including TripleSpeak), but please tone down the unnecessarily harsh and accusatory language. Your passion is clear enough.

But like I told TripleSpeak, the decorum here matters. Accordingly, I don’t see any legitimate basis for calling another member “retarded,” even though qualified with the word “if.” I know you can do better than that.

Rest assured I’m not trying to be the “language police,” but I do care about how the forum comes across to readers who are fortunate enough to stumble across it. I hope I don’t have to follow this up with an explanation for why such a slur is inappropriate.

Too much quality work has been done and accumulated over the years to allow it to become overshadowed by the appearance of shouting down, cringe-worthy name calling, or (perhaps) premature accusations of “shill.”

Let’s allow TripleSpeak to respond to the relatively simple questions posed by Flabbergasted and yours truly. I hope you can appreciate the delicate (and indeed difficult) balance that we try to maintain on this forum.

Sincerely,

SCS :)
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby Observer on Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:36 pm

Maybe I was too rude, to the possibly real possibly intelligent possibly helpful possible future CF ally.

Simon's (and Hoi's and Kham's) real, intelligent, helpful ally Patrix: also initially believed in satellites.
Thank goodness SimonShack, Hoi, SCS, and many other patient folks helped Patrix to drop the belief.

If people had chased away Patrix like I rudely barked at TripleSpeak, we could've lost a valuable ally.
So I'll turn my BrianV-style anger-at-ignorance down a bit and go a little easier on satellite-believers.

* Edit: And yes, as SCS justly pointed out, calling "humans in space" believers retarded would be an insult to actual mentally-disabled folks, so I will not use that inappropriate slur which could be misinterpreted. Instead, I will simply state that "humans in space" believers who HAVEN'T found CluesForum are unfortunately currently in the state of ignorance, while "humans in space" believers who HAVE supposedly read CluesForum threads yet STILL somehow steadfastly advocate the "humans in space" belief must be extremely unintelligent, or liars, or shills.

All intros should include: admitting all "9/11-victims" & "moon-walking" & "space-walking" were faked.
It's a waste of time to allow typists in who refuse to make clear their stance on those 3 facts upfront.
Belief in "9/11 victims" or "moon-walks" or "space-walks" means one has not read CluesForum threads.

It's also a waste of time to welcome typists who, after gaining trust, will later claim "I knew a victim."
All intros should include admitting those top-3 hoaxes, AND stating upfront "I know no terror victims."
We can't waste our time & energy, nicely debating typists who hold those beliefs or make such claims.

Observer wrote:How about first (& this should be a forum rule) before typing on various subjects, admit 9/11.
Admit the "official evidence of 3,000 9/11 victims" is forged images thus nobody died on 9/11.
The "terror & space" hoaxers hire many long-con typists, so these are vital filter requirements:
:) Please admit nobody died on 9/11, nobody has played on the moon, nobody has orbited Earth.
:) And please clearly admit upfront in your intro post that you have never met any terror victims.
:) Any "terror-victim / orbit-human" claims must be made in your intro, not months or years later.
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby simonshack on Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:14 pm

Dear SCS, I just wish to thank you for helping moderate the forum (in such elegant fashion) - it is much appreciated.

And dear Observer, thanks for being human - just like Howard Beale in this classic scene from the movie "Nuetwork" :


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WINDtlPXmmE

Problem is, too few people have balls like that in this world. Righteous and virtuous angry people are just told to shut up - and that they are "too emotional"...

This summer, I met some folks over in the USA who told me I'd better "check my behavior" (although I consider myself as a quite calm and considerate person).
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby HonestlyNow on Fri Sep 28, 2018 7:49 pm

TripleSpeak » September 28th, 2018, 2:47 pm wrote:There is always a risk of death when doing a controlled demolition in a new way (from top to bottom) in the middle of a populated city.

Maybe I missed something when I read the 9/11 stuff quite some time ago . . . I don't recall anyone saying that the demolition was done in any particular way but the conventional way. Can you point me to where it was stated that way in this forum? My understanding is that the view was obscured by military-style smoke, and so, who would know?
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby TripleSpeak on Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:03 pm

HonestlyNow » September 28th, 2018, 8:49 pm wrote:
TripleSpeak » September 28th, 2018, 2:47 pm wrote:There is always a risk of death when doing a controlled demolition in a new way (from top to bottom) in the middle of a populated city.

Maybe I missed something when I read the 9/11 stuff quite some time ago . . . I don't recall anyone saying that the demolition was done in any particular way but the conventional way. Can you point me to where it was stated that way in this forum? My understanding is that the view was obscured by military-style smoke, and so, who would know?


A good example of a conventional controlled demolition is build #7 on 9/11. The twin tower demolitions were very unique because they wanted to make it seem like the planes were the cause (however transparent it might seem to you in hindsight). Besides, the goal of controlled demolition is control - reduce damage to surroundings and make the wreckage easy to clean up. Therefore, a very messy style of demolition was used. There was also building #6 that many forget about.

"My understanding is that the view was obscured by military-style smoke, and so, who would know?"

I'm not sure what the question is - which smoke are you referring to? The smoldering of the fires on the upper 1/3rd of the twin towers?
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby simonshack on Fri Sep 28, 2018 9:32 pm

TripleSpeak » September 28th, 2018, 8:03 pm wrote:
I'm not sure what the question is - which smoke are you referring to? The smoldering of the fires on the upper 1/3rd of the twin towers?


This smoke, dear TripleSpeak : https://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?p ... 8#p2391828

TripleSpeak wrote:I saw significant flat earth support in threads on this forum - maybe I missed some official posts deeming them incorrect.

You must have been reading another forum. No support for flat earth theories is tolerated here : https://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f ... flat+earth
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Postby simonshack on Sat Sep 29, 2018 12:38 am

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This is from 1976. Apparently, very few people on this planet got the message - and most people still don't.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPNBm4xv000
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPNBm4xv000

This is why, I guess, Cluesforum is frequented by a "fringe minority". Personally, I'm proud to be part of it.
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