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    Hi !  Call me evil but I always wondered how some people have got information  from other people. Many people call it cybernetics but I think, as  always, that reality is usually simpler and more practical then you  think. So here we go. You must have wanted to do some good business, so,  used radio or sonar I guess and not cyber crippling etc. You must have  precise information, numbers, address, so this is a practical reality.  Fishermen on the lake or sea uses sonar. The sonar simply precisely  detects the location of the fish and then you catch it. Almost like  picking up a bar  of chocolate from the shelf in the local shop. And  today we have a diploma or some kind of qualification that enables us to  work for someone. As a slave ? Ok, so there was a movie called Prestige.  The Prestige: Official Trailer (2006) - HD (available on-line)  Now, if the fishermen uses sonars, then aren't the rebels too ? Are they  shooting to the right direction or want to ? Or is it simply the  question of the momentum of economic shifts ? Are these people  delusional, evangelicly manufacturing these movies and publishing photo  realistic alien videos and photos ? Ancient archeological discoveries of  which in turn, someone makes money off in the backyard business channels  while you eat popcorn ?  What is your opinion ? Are we alone ?  Regards,  Mr. Zoltán Papp (Author of pocketFIT)  Tel: +36 30 724 4609  Web:  Miskolc, Hungary

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