I think the whole Webdriver Torso thing is incredibly funny. And oddly fascinating.
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check this out: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsLiV4WJfkTEHH0b9PmRklw
I don’t know what it is, and I don’t really care if it’s a real thing or just some bot doing system checks. It doesn’t matter. It’s interesting, and not knowing details makes it all the more fun to think about. After all, the fun part is the mystery.
I recently told a friend about Webdriver Torso and he didn’t now what I was talking about. Then I managed to show him a clip and he was as mystified as I am, but only in a “you’re still nuts for being into this” way. Today I showed my mom, who immediately said “clearly, it’s a code.” My mom knows nothing about computers and so it’s funny that she went that direction.
Code or bot, I don’t care. I just like getting people to look at it and see what they say.
I don’t mean to make light of the awful situation with the Malaysian plane. I just happen to think that it never crashed and it somewhere else.
Like the show Lost, I truly believe that something happened to the plane and the passengers. With all of those stolen passports, who is to say that the plane wasn’t taken somewhere else? If the pilots had been in on it (or even if they weren’t) if there were enough people and a solid plan, the communication signals could have been disarmed and the plane could have been taken elsewhere.
So far no groups have taken responsibility for it, nor has anyone found debris. Until they find it, the possibility that it didn’t crash is still valid.
Today there was a heart in the San Diego sky. It was really cute. My mom looked at it and said “Oh, that’s nice. We love you but we’re killing you with the crap we’re dumping.” Yeah, I have to agree. Whatever the planes are dumping to leave chemtrails and contrails and giant hearts in the sky can’t be good for us. The problem is that no one seems to pay much attention to them, and when you do, you are labeled a conspiracy theorist. *sigh*
At least it’s a heart and not a skull and crossbones….
So tonight there is an old Art Bell Coast to Coast AM playing. I don’t know the original air date and it really doesn’t matter. What is awesome about it is that he is talking about the abundance of chemtrails that day. He wonders what it means. It makes me laugh because he was talking about it way back then (he and my mom, really) and we’re still talking about it today. And ever since the mysterious snow that won’t melt in Atlanta, it seems like more people are taking notice and listening to Bell’s successors, George Noory and Clive Lewis.
A day after Clive Lewis talked about weaponized weather and weather manipulation, now there are reports that there is a 75% chance that an El Nino weather patter could move in later this year and drench California.
This would be amazing. However, one has to wonder if this weather event might be in the process of being created at this very moment by scientists. With the right combination of chemtrails and lasers, could the next El Nino be a laboratory creation?
What would a salvation-laced El Nino do to California politics?
Clive Lewis is reporting that proof of weather modification has been released–allegedly–on the news. Instead of chemtrails and contrails, now it is lasers that can be used to pull moisture from the air and cause precipitation.
Not only that, but John Kerry is proposing that extreme weather poses a global threat. Of course, humans are the cause of it. But is weather being manipulated into a weapon? Weaponized weather?
It’s a gorgeous morning in San Diego. The sky is perfectly blue and it was crystal clear…until the chemtrails started. I haven’t seen any lately. Then I spotted one earlier and it quickly dissipated. Haha, #ChemtrailFail, I thought. Then I looked again a while later and a huge one is marring the beauty of the sky. *sigh*
What was a clear blue day is now hazy in that one area. So what, pray tell, is in that stuff?
This is why I listen to my Mom. And Clive Lewis and George Noory. Something is going on…but what?