1984 Forever

Matt Watts


haxar

Re: 1984 Forever
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What changed?

Matt Watts

Re: 1984 Forever
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Well, in the past you could find something with google by accident--call it, slipping through the cracks.   Not anymore.

I suggest people not lose their bookmarks/favorites.  If you do, you'll never find them again.  Unless of course you happen to be looking for the State mandated answer.

Lynx

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Got myself a new laptop, fired up Chrome, chose NOT to let it show the most relevant results and it just showed me a whole lot of BS, I was amazed over how the hell just tons and tons of irrelevant nonsensical BS was fed to me just because I DIDN'T allow Chrome to "Show most relevant results".
So I guess I'll have to let Google/Chrome spoonfeed me what they consider to be "relevant" regarding scientific and medical "facts".

Btw, is there a more, let's call it unbiased, search engine out there, one which aren't out to brainwash people regarding certain topics?

Matt Watts

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I think most search engines query google in the background.  I've been using http://duckduckgo.com/

Works half-ass decent for the moment.

Lynx

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Thanks, I'll give it a try.
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Interesting.

Google "Oswald patsy" and Chrome will give you pretty much the official version on Oswald, where he claims to be a patsy and didn't have anything to do with killing JFK while he in fact was the one who pulled the trigger, all by himself.

Do the same with DuckDuckGo and you will get quite different results.

Matt Watts

Re: 1984 Forever
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Whichever one brings up the late Jim Marrs' book Crossfire is the search engine you want.

Lynx

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Hear hear.

thx1138v2

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A friend of mine worked in Russia in the late '80's to mid 90's setting up satellite communication systems in their oil fields. He was amazed at the number of wires strung on the telephone poles - in some cases more that a hundred. Once he was there for a while and had some trusted friends he asked about the wires. It turns out that every radio and television channel had a separate wire. There was no over-the-air broadcasting - radio or TV. There was no HAM radio. The lesson is that those who control the transmission media control the content.

That's why I still buy paper books rather than ebooks. I want those paper book publishers to stay in business. That may be a losing proposition but I do what I can. If there's nothing available but ebooks, the ebook publishers will control the content.

RE the internet, you can't trust links. If you see something that you think is important print it to a PDF file or save it as html on your local hard drive. There is free software available to capture YouTube, etc videos. AND KEEP IT BACKED UP!

“He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell, 1984.