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Popular Science Archives Hacked: May 2012 Issue Hints At Huge Internal Cover-up** Update We Got Into their archives GLP**

 
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Ok so I saw some said the link didnt work, try this


[link to www.popsci.com]
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Here is a link to the Dec 1928 Issue

[link to books.google.com]
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Sorry, wrong one.

Here it is.

[link to books.google.com]
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What about the BLUEGAS fuel in that zeppelin article? It seems like it is high efficiency and the storage capabilities in it's ability to re-gasify from a liquid state make it sound pretty great... The Oil companies need the demand high and don't like fuel efficiency.
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The link still doesn't work OP. maybe if you spread it out and type it so we can go directly to the page?
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its

*www.popsci.com/archive/sevenstars
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If you have the May 2012 Popular Science magazine, turn to the last page and there is a letter addressed to the public from the editors titled, "A Mystery 140 Years In The Making, Something Odd In Our Archives."

Apparently when the guys at Popular Science were going through their archives they found a note inside the December 1928 issue, and it had Web Address On It.

The web address linked to a encrypted page within their own system. The say that they can't get in but they know somebody has been coming and going.

They link a photo of the clues written and tell you the answers are hidden on specific pages of the issue and on those pages there are small photos of the covers of those issues.

NOW AT THIS POINT I WOULD NORMALLY SAY ITS A STUPID LITTLE JOKE UNTIL I FOUND THIS WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE EDITORS IN 2004.

Here is a quote.

"What's upsetting in these examples is not so much the positions taken by reasonable people on ethical and scientific issues as the fact that debates seem shaped by political operatives who bypass reason and instead leverage ignorance the way dot-com-era Wall Street leveraged phantom assets."

"Here I might trot out the lemmings-headed-for-a-cliff comparison -- what we don't know will hurt us, ignorance is not bliss, etc. But the lemmings story is a myth. Pudgy Arctic rodents don't run headlong off cliffs. People, metaphorically, do."

[link to www.popsci.com]




***Update here is the archive page for the file in question***

[link to www.popsci.com]
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Type swan into the search box.

I then chose Pleaides.

This is what came up next


From: WSWNew
To: 7S_main

7S, you're a genius. I've gone over the files you uploaded with our AI specialists and they are ecstatic.

There's a lot of adaptation work to do on the navigation intelligence software here to apply to airships rather than a fleet of planes, but the core technology is absolutely what we needed -- to recognize hotspots, to train the drone tech to choose effective flight paths, to make a fleet of genuinely learning machines.

It's too bad we can't publicize this just yet. But you've done your part to save the world.

The new contact address for Pleiades is messier@popsci.com -- please use this if you wish to keep in touch regarding the future status of the project.
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When I chose Angel, I got this

From: Daedalus Control
To: 7S_main (auto-forwarded from account carla)

Carla! I owe you a drink. The file you located is the last piece we need to start assembling Angel. When it didn't turn up in the dropbox at the scheduled time, I really thought that somehow it had been intercepted by someone internal, a mole in our system. Well, that hardly matters at this point, does it? There must have been a technical glitch that wound up misdirecting the file to where you found it.
And now I can finally get some sleep.
Honestly I'm not sure which of those two things I'm more grateful for.

For further dispatches regarding Project ANGEL, please email whitewing@popsci.com.
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clear

From: WSW
To: 7S_main

Due to cell organization of Daedalus I have access only to publishing arm. It is therefore difficult to be certain, but it is clear Daedaleans are closing in on operability. Most components are complete and there is increasing cross-chatter with other cells.
As to the intended outcome of the project, I have reason to suspect the Hypermusic.67 was not canceled; other skunkworks may have been scratched off government books but research not actually discontinued. Interference is implicated all the way back to NOLO operators.

Refs to studies on Perseus, Condor, Strato, and a fourth; name unknown? Please proceed!

PS. Appreciated the hint about using the archive's word frequency explorer. Makes it much easier to scan for covers and dated issues.



theseus

From: 7S_main
To: WSW

Good work on the recent report. Daedalus Control shows similar signs of greater activity and anticipation recently, with, unfortunately, a matching increase in security. Nonetheless, I have been able to get a look at some of the incoming correspondence and decode pieces based on your recent clues. Investigation turned up signs of another false "shutdown" — a project nominally closed 2008 despite the completion of working prototype. Same type of craft as the Perseus, Condor, etc, but intended for launch from submarines. And a reference to Trident...? Do you recognize the project?


cormorant

From: WSW
To: 7S_main

Do please be careful, 7S. I know you and Daedalus Control have a long history, but he is extremely committed to the success of the project, and if he finds you've been playing for the other side all this time... well, just watch yourself.
It does look as though there are some additional projects involved beyond simple aircraft construction; here are the indicators I have been able to assemble so far.

— mention of following up work by "bad boy of robotics"
— applying similar learning concepts to "'pelican formation' project"

I think they've named the resulting experiment by joining together the names of those two projects. Any guesses at your end?


Here's the rest of the search words

cogswarm
electrolyzer
Youmans
Lowell
Nikola
Paus
Houdini
Hindenburg
Speed Weed
700cotton30
angel
Earhart
SM


Ok, so wtf is this? Just a game?
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It's a popsci psyop.

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If you have the May 2012 Popular Science magazine, turn to the last page and there is a letter addressed to the public from the editors titled, "A Mystery 140 Years In The Making, Something Odd In Our Archives."

Apparently when the guys at Popular Science were going through their archives they found a note inside the December 1928 issue, and it had Web Address On It.

The web address linked to a encrypted page within their own system. The say that they can't get in but they know somebody has been coming and going.

They link a photo of the clues written and tell you the answers are hidden on specific pages of the issue and on those pages there are small photos of the covers of those issues.

NOW AT THIS POINT I WOULD NORMALLY SAY ITS A STUPID LITTLE JOKE UNTIL I FOUND THIS WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE EDITORS IN 2004.

Here is a quote.

"What's upsetting in these examples is not so much the positions taken by reasonable people on ethical and scientific issues as the fact that debates seem shaped by political operatives who bypass reason and instead leverage ignorance the way dot-com-era Wall Street leveraged phantom assets."

"Here I might trot out the lemmings-headed-for-a-cliff comparison -- what we don't know will hurt us, ignorance is not bliss, etc. But the lemmings story is a myth. Pudgy Arctic rodents don't run headlong off cliffs. People, metaphorically, do."

[link to www.popsci.com]




***Update here is the archive page for the file in question***

[link to www.popsci.com]
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If you have the May 2012 Popular Science magazine, turn to the last page and there is a letter addressed to the public from the editors titled, "A Mystery 140 Years In The Making, Something Odd In Our Archives."

Apparently when the guys at Popular Science were going through their archives they found a note inside the December 1928 issue, and it had Web Address On It.

The web address linked to a encrypted page within their own system. The say that they can't get in but they know somebody has been coming and going.

They link a photo of the clues written and tell you the answers are hidden on specific pages of the issue and on those pages there are small photos of the covers of those issues.

NOW AT THIS POINT I WOULD NORMALLY SAY ITS A STUPID LITTLE JOKE UNTIL I FOUND THIS WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE EDITORS IN 2004.

Here is a quote.

"What's upsetting in these examples is not so much the positions taken by reasonable people on ethical and scientific issues as the fact that debates seem shaped by political operatives who bypass reason and instead leverage ignorance the way dot-com-era Wall Street leveraged phantom assets."

"Here I might trot out the lemmings-headed-for-a-cliff comparison -- what we don't know will hurt us, ignorance is not bliss, etc. But the lemmings story is a myth. Pudgy Arctic rodents don't run headlong off cliffs. People, metaphorically, do."

[link to www.popsci.com]




***Update here is the archive page for the file in question***

[link to www.popsci.com]
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[link to i1221.photobucket.com]
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Ok, so wtf is this? Just a game?
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Nope.

It's the new beginning. The unveiling, if you will. This is BIIIIG.
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electrolyzer

From: Daedalus Control
To: Agent Voicebox

I'm disturbed by recent reports of unauthorized system activity, not least the insecurity implied in the back page of your own magazine! (Whose bright idea was it to *advertise* that, and why didn't you manage to stop them??)

Sorry. I know you're doing the best you can, but the situation is extremely fragile right now. The success of Daedalus depends on being able to bring all the component parts together rapidly and without discovery, or it is likely that we'll get government attention where we don't want it.

I have reason to believe someone here is viewing a broader selection of files than they should. You are best placed to investigate. Instructions follow.

8.1931.30.4
2.1892.545.4
3.1892.650.4
12.1910.603.2

4.1902.521.2
4.1997.12.15/(easy rider)
6.1915.581.3

2.2006.49.2
8.2004.4.1
11.1940.193.1
8.2004.4.3
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Holy crap.....
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So, a time traveler wants this Daedalus project to be brought to light it seems.

Seems to be a project for AI that controls aircraft and independently acts on what to do with recognized objects.

There was a WEBSITE ADDRESS in the December 1928 issue, that is where this is all from.

A website address. Before the internet existed. Before computers existed.
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Told ya it was big
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How bout that sulfur article? Coating things in sulfur baths strengthens them 10fold. I wonder if anyone had tried combining hemp textiles and sulfur treatment, it would be indestructible!
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Wait, never mind. Someone just planted this note in the issue in question.


Still, interesting.
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Has anyone deciphered the Youmans one?
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According to that Yahoo answers link earlier, this may just be a clever media ploy for the unveiling of a massive airship/zeppelin. But who knows?
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if you type in Speed Weed, here is what you get.

From: WSW
To: 7S_main
Sent: Mar 24, 2012
I am continuing to update our list of projects believed integral to the Daedalus project and those overlapping 7stars interests. Several of their suppressed platforms might be useful to us assuming we reach them first.

Passcode to the document is
the length of the Shenandoah to the nearest hundred feet
the usual lining of the goldbeater's skin
passengers of the Turtle

(in order, no punctuation)
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another interesting article was about bugs starving us..well if the bats die off massively we'll have more insects for sure..not to mention all the other animals dying off..we're next even if it's not just starvation globally, but other reasons as well..everything's connected remember that!
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WTF this is the beginning of skynet!
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if you type in Speed Weed, here is what you get.

From: WSW
To: 7S_main
Sent: Mar 24, 2012
I am continuing to update our list of projects believed integral to the Daedalus project and those overlapping 7stars interests. Several of their suppressed platforms might be useful to us assuming we reach them first.

Passcode to the document is
the length of the Shenandoah to the nearest hundred feet
the usual lining of the goldbeater's skin
passengers of the Turtle

(in order, no punctuation)
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Where can we find the issues listed on the note in the archives? is it on google books?
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Structural features — there's a rich
vein of material here but none we can
use. Eli minating this leaves us with
many usable technologies, however.
Solar energy conservation — adapt for
upper surface of Pleiades airship if
superior to existing tech, meeting EU
standards. Believe those involved would
give up their information if grilled.
Drone flight intelligence program — this
could be the link we've needed for the
Pleiades fleet, especially if the
communications frequency , surveillance
and ground visualizer programs are good
enough to automatically detect emergency
areas in need of humanitarian
assistance. Analysis of crisis
situations may even include keyword
recognition from worldwide
communications broadcasts.
Weaponry — sabotage! Unfortunately I
haven't been able to find definite
information on how they're planning to
arm the Daedalus planes; only evidence
for stealth , refueling, fuel
conservation, possible submarine launch,
and guidance systems. Over 200 files
I've seen but not 1 deals with missiles
or lasers. Whatever gives them firepower
must be under a higher level of security
than everything else.
Hang on, I think I've been detected.
Don't send anything more to my account.
<and trailing off, without explanation:>
THAT
WONT
GELL
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Answers: clear
Theseus
cormorant
cogswarm
electrolyzer
something
something (you can skip these)
Hindenburg
Next puzzle:
From: Agent Voicebox
To: Daedalus Control
Have completed the historical survey per your request and isolated magazine work fitting the following criteria:

— written by or about Daedaleans
— after the Hindenburg rift; and
— no reference to the article or series appears in meeting minutes, suggesting that these articles may not be part of the approved series.

Close-Up Photos Reveal a Turbulent Mars
Consulting Editor on Space
Hexapent
106 Science Claims
Policing a Nation at War
"Sea Fleas" article
The Twenty-First Century: The World You'll Live In

In the circumstances, it seems pretty obvious that only one of these could now be our mole in the present day — but I wanted to confirm with you before taking any action.
(I would say that we're supposed to find the author of the unapproved article
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have fun with this
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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have fun with this
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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This isn't that.
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WTF this is the beginning of skynet!
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It will be if this doesn't get spread.

Good thing it is already known to millions though. This crisis has been averted and some very big announcements will occur soon.
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Maybe the blau gas?

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