Bart Sibrel is one of the only anti-NASA researchers who doesn’t mention flat earth. I think he believes in an advanced space program, which doesn’t make logical sense. Maybe watching his own videos will help him change his mind that we can barely get a rocket off the ground, let alone set up advanced far away colonies.
Centralized servers, search and DNS, go against the spirit of the web.
Could the unnecessary SSL push be used to setup a two tier internet?
Will fakeologist go to the second, unsearchable tier?
SSL and Lets Encrypt – a Trojan horse for internet censorship?
Since this is on the wall right now (good call to clean up the chatbox) I just want to voice my concerns regarding SSL (Secure Sockets Layers) technology and its implications.
First of all, SSL is a great thing. What it does is to encrypt a connection between two parties and ensure the identity of these by the use of asymmetric encryption and a certificate chain. This is very useful when we do bank transactions or purchase things on the internet since it’s harder for an internet eavesdropper to get hold of for example card information. SSL has been in use for many years by banks and e-commerce.
However what’s happened the last years is that the idea has taken foothold that a website is somehow inherently insecure if it does not implement SSL. And to help every website implement SSL, a free certification entity – Lets Encrypt has emerged and Google has started punishing websites that do not use SSL, regardless if they have any functions that actually justify the technology. Why would for example a web forum be safer because of SSL? It makes no sense.
What does makes sense however is the usual problem, reaction, solution dialectic. Despite Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and an enormous disinformation machinery, the free web is still causing problems and needs to be controlled. And with a certificate chain in the hands of the Nutwork and web clients that does not accept communication from servers outside this chain, there is a swift way to shut down unwanted sites. I think this is the actual reason for all the care and effort being spent right now on having SSL universally implemented. Its a Trojan horse for internet censorship. In the future we might read in New York Times about how Russian cyber criminals have staged attacks from certain websites but that our valiant protective agencies have eliminated the threat by revoking their SSL certificates…
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A group of controlled opposition showing how meaningless one can make a 9 minute media piece, all selling a different version of the lie that man can go to the moon, and that the moon is even a 3d place one could actually set foot on.
The moon landings are even less believable than the 9/11 hoax. Maybe they would be a better place to start with non fakeologists.
Gaia spends way more time on this than it’s worth, but he did a great job.
I have had discussions with quite some people who also listened to the Proper Gander podcast series, both the 220 “sane” ones and the about 15 “insane” ones at the end. From that, and AAMorris’s own words, I basically see three options: 1 – a mental breakdown 2 – a professional shill 3 – a piece of performance art
“Those who would give up Essential Liberty, to purchase a little Temporary safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” This thought by Ben Franklin has never held more truth. After the tragic events of 9/11, we lost more than lives. We lost our essential liberties, in more ways than one. Here are some of the biggest ways that the government infringed on our freedom since 9/11.
I am a big fan of Markus and his clear talk. I’ve told him directly that’s he’s one of the best 9-11 talkers out there. He doesn’t need sound effects, he speaks through the telephone, and doesn’t need someone else to chat to.
That said, he seems to think fakeologists or this site do not like him. I respect his work, and don’t think like has anything to do with it. He’s welcome on this site and on any audiochat anytime, if it furthers our comprehension of the 9/11 hoax, which he’s been calling it since 2008.
As I’m sure many readers have already surmised, the feel-good story of the year, which involved the “successful rescue” of a Thai soccer team from a flooded underground cave, was a massive hoax. Like virtually all of the major (and increasingly minor) news stories these days, this was a work of fiction from start to finish.
That said, I thought it is worth dissecting the script a bit, as there is some incremental value to be gained from unpacking this Intel disaster