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amanfromMars …. spinning tails and sharing perfect tales on http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/12/army-goth/
I think, ladies and gents, you may find if you inquire, that and this is ESA to NSA/NASA Rescue and Recovery.
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amanfromMars Tue, 12/25/2012 – 13:02  ….. on http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-12-25/least-one-market-open
As a sure-fire future markets leader, do C42 Quantum Communication Control Systems possess intrinsic priceless value ….. colossal net worth?  Worthy of a speculative punt from AdvenTuring Capitalists? 🙂
And ignore Poe’s Law if it is a red herring.:-)
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Posted Wednesday 26th December 2012 09:09 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/12/26/ten_technology_cockups_2012/
Why live in the Past whenever the Future is whatever IT decides to show y’all is not impossible.

If life existed on Mars, it could conceivably have spread to our own planet. On the other hand, if Mars life is very different to life on Earth, this suggests a huge variety of possibilities for life to bloom throughout the universe.

And whenever life as existed/exists on Mars has spread to this repressive and GOD obsessive planet and is very different to life on Earth, are there countless surreal possibilities and innumerable zeroday vulnerabilities to exploit for novel life phorms to bloom and seed new intellectual property feeds which server future imaginative needs.
And that might not be so much an alien program but rather more likely AI@ITsWork for Media and IT Presentation of SMARTR Virtual Reality Programs and Pogroms which leave the Past and its Corrupted Hereditary Legacy Systems of Primitive Perception Control as Historical Memory Reminders of Failed Sub-Prime Lead Intelligence …… which are as Oxymoronic Power Stations in the Greater Scheme of Things.
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Posted Wednesday 26th December 2012 12:02 GMT amanfromMars 1 … forging a deep furrow on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/3/2012/12/24/cloud_storage_reliability/
If you know what you are doing, you are almost always better in heavenly clouds’ stealthy layers*

In the future they will have only a handful of datacenters to search (and their access actually depends on lawmakers and lawyers understanding technicalities – good for you if you really, really trust them). …  bri Posted Tuesday 25th December 2012 18:53 GMT

Morning, bri,
Actually it is so much easier than that whenever there are no laws, or laws which are regularly broken and/or ignored by lawyers and lawmakers and clients desperate for access to technicalities and intellectual property which they don’t understand or possess or have licence to/permission to use under proprietary terms and conditions.
And it happens all the time whenever systems are in collapse because of intelligence failings ……. http://www.allgov.com/news/top-stories/congress-at-last-minute-drops-requirement-to-obtain-warrant-to-monitor-email-121225?news=846578
* Mega Anonymous Occupied IntelAIgent Space Territory.

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Posted Wednesday 26th December 2012 12:15 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/3/2012/12/24/cloud_storage_reliability/

Re: If you know what you are doing, you are almost always better than cloud

In order to be reasonably safe and future-proof, you have to encrypt your data on the client and THEN send it to the cloud or use P2P backup with people whom you trust. …. bri Posted Tuesday 25th December 2012 18:53 GMT

Is that what Kim Dotcom is offering?

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Posted by amanfromMars on 12/26/12 08:43 AM …… on http://www.thedailybell.com/28500/John-Browne-Republican-Sellout-Invites-Stagflation
This could almost have been written specifically in reply to, and as a counter to your post, rossbcan, [Posted by rossbcan on 12/26/12 08:31 AM] which gives the distinctly false impression that there is nothing that ordinary folk can do …… http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2012/12/26/ten_technology_cockups_2012/#c_1674126
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