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    Default Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

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    Kristin just posted her extensive research into Corey's thread reading history on Avalon at: Corey Goode and the Project Avalon Server Data
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    Is there anyway to also get a length of page open value for those viewed threads? If that list can be whittled down a little, say as to remove any view of less than a minute, it might be more revealing yet. Just a thought
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    Well I guess I should stop writing on financial matters, since PA using data owned by Bill will say all I know about economics came from my reading of Global Financial News thread. (Only half joking)
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    Well I guess I should stop writing on financial matters, since PA using data owned by Bill will say all I know about economics came from my reading of Global Financial News thread. (Only have joking)
    Ah - good catch. That sentence about Bill owning PA data was not correct and not essential to that thread anyway. So we just now removed that sentence. As it states at the bottom of each forum page, posts belong to the poster.
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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

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    Kristin just posted her extensive research into Corey's thread reading history on Avalon at: Corey Goode and the Project Avalon Server Data
    Paul,

    Is there anyway to also get a length of page open value for those viewed threads? If that list can be whittled down a little, say as to remove any view of less than a minute, it might be more revealing yet. Just a thought
    No easy way .. that list of viewed threads is plain old text.

    I don't expect that many will spend much time reading it closely ... just skim over it a bit, or glance at the opening lines and how long it is, to get an idea what's there.
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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

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    Kristin just posted her extensive research into Corey's thread reading history on Avalon at: Corey Goode and the Project Avalon Server Data
    Paul,

    Is there anyway to also get a length of page open value for those viewed threads? If that list can be whittled down a little, say as to remove any view of less than a minute, it might be more revealing yet. Just a thought
    No easy way .. that list of viewed threads is plain old text.

    I don't expect that many will spend much time reading it closely ... just skim over it a bit, or glance at the opening lines and how long it is, to get an idea what's there.
    So are you saying the majority of that work was manual? If so, well done! I don't think I would have had the patience ...
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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

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    So are you saying the majority of that work was manual? If so, well done! I don't think I would have had the patience ...
    Heck no - not manual - I've got 40 years of experience using Unix/Linux command line tools such as grep, awk, sort, sed, tr, cut, ...

    Well, not manual on a line by line, character by character basis. Rather bulk data crunching operations, interactively invoked at a zsh shell prompt, on ASCII data, newline separated records, space separated fields. I can do that in my sleep, and probably have.
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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

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    Kristin just posted her extensive research into Corey's thread reading history on Avalon at: Corey Goode and the Project Avalon Server Data
    Paul,

    Is there anyway to also get a length of page open value for those viewed threads? If that list can be whittled down a little, say as to remove any view of less than a minute, it might be more revealing yet. Just a thought
    No easy way .. that list of viewed threads is plain old text.

    I don't expect that many will spend much time reading it closely ... just skim over it a bit, or glance at the opening lines and how long it is, to get an idea what's there.
    It's rather extensive, do feel free to spend as much time going through it. I spent plenty and barely scratched the surface. I'm looking forward to not looking at it for a few to be honest

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    I love when you talk dirty Paul.
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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

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    So are you saying the majority of that work was manual? If so, well done! I don't think I would have had the patience ...
    Heck no - not manual - I've got 40 years of experience using Unix/Linux command line tools such as grep, awk, sort, sed, tr, cut, ...

    Well, not manual on a line by line, character by character basis. Rather bulk data crunching operations, interactively invoked at a zsh shell prompt, on ASCII data, newline separated records, space separated fields. I can do that in my sleep, and probably have.
    LOL! Speak for yourself Paul! I unfortunately am not blessed with Paul's skills

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    I would like to note the likelihood of Corey, while discrediting me, taking information from my testimony: electronic telepathy impersonations. I am just another in a long line of people he may have committed intellectual property theft of. I'd be interested to know if Corey had an interest in any of my threads.
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    I would like to note the likelihood of Corey, while discrediting me, taking information from my testimony: electronic telepathy impersonations. I am just another in a long line of people he may have committed intellectual property theft of. I'd be interested to know if Corey had an interest in any of my threads.
    Yes - I've not double checked this - but it seems that threads with the following titles were started by you, Omnisense, and match thread titles on my big list:
    • Former-PLF-s
    • RE-Dealing-with-the-ridicule-of-what-we-believe
    • Andromedans-in-danger
    • Fallen-Angels
    • Extraterrestrial-Names
    • Full-Alex-Collier-video-list-discussion
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    Outstanding and thorough job, Kristin and Paul.
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    I appreciate the separate thread for discussion. Thanks. I think I comprehend the significance but a little voice is still reminding me...immitation is the greatest form of flattery.

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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

    Quote Posted by Kristin (here)
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    So are you saying the majority of that work was manual? If so, well done! I don't think I would have had the patience ...
    Heck no - not manual - I've got 40 years of experience using Unix/Linux command line tools such as grep, awk, sort, sed, tr, cut, ...

    Well, not manual on a line by line, character by character basis. Rather bulk data crunching operations, interactively invoked at a zsh shell prompt, on ASCII data, newline separated records, space separated fields. I can do that in my sleep, and probably have.
    LOL! Speak for yourself Paul! I unfortunately am not blessed with Paul's skills
    I am pretty sure Corey understands exactly what you meant here Paul.... I would reaaaally like asking him each acronym definition for my own understanding, since I could not follow (kidding of course, not that I could follow). But, being logical,I am sure one of the acronyms you mentioned means "blue" in programmation language.
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    I am pretty sure Corey understands exactly what you meant here Paul....
    He may speak some computer dialects ... but he doesn't speak that one
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    What I was thinking is : really great research Kristin, thanks.

    Then came to my mind the suspicious paranoid stance of the conspiracy reader: wow, If Avalon, a simple forum with about no algorithms, can get all this information on our browsing, just imagine what the NSA has!! And then I felt naked.

    For Corey, it is obvous he fabricates most of his stories, maybe helped from some militaries "kidnapping" him wilfully.
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    Quote Posted by Omnisense (here)
    I would like to note the likelihood of Corey, while discrediting me, taking information from my testimony: electronic telepathy impersonations. I am just another in a long line of people he may have committed intellectual property theft of. I'd be interested to know if Corey had an interest in any of my threads.
    That's a big deal Omni... thank you for sharing that important information. Huge. Really.

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    What I was thinking is : really great research Kristin, thanks.

    Then came to my mind the suspicious paranoid stance of the conspiracy reader: wow, If Avalon, a simple forum with about no algorithms, can get all this information on our browsing, just imagine what the NSA has!! And then I felt naked.

    For Corey, it is obvous he fabricates most of his stories, maybe helped from some militaries "kidnapping" him wilfully.
    LOL, I was born naked! But really, in a very real sense we are all bare and this has been organized for us. I hear you.

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    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Then came to my mind the suspicious paranoid stance of the conspiracy reader: wow, If Avalon, a simple forum with about no algorithms, can get all this information on our browsing, just imagine what the NSA has!! And then I felt naked.
    Perhaps it is not so much how much is known about us by others, but the concentration of that knowledge.

    When I was a child, my parents, neighbors and family probably knew quite a bit about me ... but if I went to the next town over, I was a stranger.

    Now there is a web of knowledge, accessible to the most powerful, with such knowledge, effective at both the individual level and at the mass control level. Absolute knowledge begets absolute power, and absolute power begets absolute corruption. If there are only a few seats at the big table, then the most ruthless and power hungry will gain those seats for themselves and their descendents.

    I've not spent much time on this Corey investigation - just a days work one time for a piece of the work that no one else had the expertise and data stores to accomplish.

    My focus has been on doing what I can do ... which mostly focuses on keeping the forum server software and data working well. Others (and myself, when I have the spare time) can then use this, and the diverse other contributions, in various forms, from others, in our ongoing endeavors to improve our understanding, our well being, and our future.

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    A dozen online web forums, stores and other websites, each knowing just their particular slice of their customers or members activity at just their sites is not dangerous.

    Some central intelligence agency knowing the combination of all that activity, and Lord only knows how much more ... that's dangerous.
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    Default Re: Corey Goode and the Server Data: DISCUSSION

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Then came to my mind the suspicious paranoid stance of the conspiracy reader: wow, If Avalon, a simple forum with about no algorithms, can get all this information on our browsing, just imagine what the NSA has!! And then I felt naked.

    For Corey, it is obvous he fabricates most of his stories, maybe helped from some militaries "kidnapping" him wilfully.
    I have to say No Kidding, Flash!

    But I also want to point out that a lot of his information is REAL INFORMATION, which has been provided by REAL INSIDERS throughout the years to THIS FORUM, that he has COLLATED for his own agenda.

    Now who else is feeling naked?

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