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29 October 2010

Whatever may happen to you was prepared for you from all eternity; and the implication of causes was from eternity spinning the thread of your being. –Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius
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PAG e-NEWS: 29 October 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
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Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (ufolawyer@msn.com)
 
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THIS & THAT & THIS
 
So which of the below articles has the most serious implications for us common folk?  No doubt an electromagnetic pulse impact – as portrayed in the cancelled Flash Forward TV series – if that scenario ever manifests in our holographic reality, but on the other hand a supercomputer race has the potential to also end in disaster and possibly a lot sooner. The fact that the U.S. government is ready, willing, and able to launch a cyberattack against a web site that leaks classified information should make Project Camelot very uneasy. But I have a feeling that this knowledge won’t cause anyone at the ET disinformation center to lose any sleep at all. 
 
China Wrests Supercomputer Title From U.S.
 
A Chinese scientific research center has built the fastest supercomputer ever made, replacing the United States as maker of the swiftest machine, and giving China bragging rights as a technology superpower.
 
 
Has WikiLeaks landed in cyberattack crosshairs?
 
Forget China or Al Qaeda. In a twist that would have been inconceivable even a few months ago, the WikiLeaks.org Web site is being proposed as the first public target for a U.S. government cyberattack.
 
 
Electromagnetic pulse impact far and wide
 
Modern society relies on technologies vulnerable to electromagnetic pulse effects that, if strong enough, can induce currents that burn out wires and circuits.
 
 
 
 
 

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