My barely used youtube channel has been flagged and struck once for a boooooring video I did highlighting the drill spreadsheet from September, 2013. It’s since been replaced with fakeopedia, although people are welcome to add to it so it can be transferred to fakeopedia.
Once more, buy your own webspace. The internet is not youtube and facebook. Buy a used computer and learn how to use it. Ipads and Iphones are not the best hardware to create content. Do not submit to their platforms, popular as they are.
I have appealed the ruling, but don’t really want to put much energy into youtube.
Quick poll: does anyone watch the (removed) YouTube videos I post here? If so, is there any interest in me serving the videos at my expense so they don’t disappear?
Just wanted to extend a big thanks to @Gaia and also @Misom for the countless hours placed already into a growing fakeopedia. This is all volunteer and represents a ton of work.
If you want to contribute, please send me an email and I will send you login credentials.
Good write up by Mark T. Special thanks to @Misom too!
Gaia is involved in a project now, working with AB, called “Fakeopedia.” He asked me to write up POM (it still needs more work, links, etc.), which I did, and wants others to chime in too. The idea is a central repository for the major fake events of our time, but done in an open source manner, as with Wikipedia. It’s risky, and also a very large undertaking that is going to require perseverance and lots of work. I hope everyone takes a look, and where possible contributes. And thank you, Gaia, for stepping
Source: Gaia gives us Fakeopedia; some future projects, and a joyous new year to all – Piece of Mindful
Wishing you all a wonderful Xmas and happy new year!
This has been a fantastic fakeologist year. The outstanding support and contributions shows the community is healthy and growing.
Thanks to new and old fakeologists alike. Keep spreading the ideas, especially among your captured family audience this season.
We’re testing a new part of the site. Wikis are a lot of work, and take a little effort to learn formatting, but may be valuable for those trying to learn psyOps and hoaxes. @Gaia has already done much work at building a few pages. @Notsofreemason has created a great logo, and @Misom has added her glossary of fakeologist terms. A good start!
Right now, it’s open to everyone. You’ll have to register if you don’t want your IP showing.