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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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as I posted yesterday, go to the link the OP posted and typ the following passwords in succession:

clear
theseus
cormorant
cogswarm
electrolyzer
Youmans
Lowell
Nikola
Paus
Houdini
Hindenburg
Speed Weed
700cotton30
angel
Earhart
SM
swan

You will then be given an option to either click ANGEL or PLAEIDES

Either option will take you to yet another message but both of them will give you an email to be updated on both projects. So far it appears to me like a PR stunt as it talks about future articles about these two projects.
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And what all this bullshit means?
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Very good, your in, ladies and gentlemen you are more powerful than you think, more able than others give you credit. Keep your eyes open, your ears tuned, and most importantly, your heart in the place you know is right and together we can do a lot. I want to complement all of the contributors who helped on this thread up to now.
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Very good, your in, ladies and gentlemen you are more powerful than you think, more able than others give you credit. Keep your eyes open, your ears tuned, and most importantly, your heart in the place you know is right and together we can do a lot. I want to complement all of the contributors who helped on this thread up to now.
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Lol, sorry, i was signed out there. But to come to you guys with something I found stange and watch how quick the GLP community goes to work at it is great.
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Teslas last patent for an aerial transportation appartus, he was also working on LDEs (long delays echoes, signals sent out from earth)...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3206204


Tesla invented a flying saucer and flew it. NO kidding. Electromagnetic -- wireless broadcast AC electricity powered it.

This technology has been available since about 1925.

Most of the UFOs these days are black-project crafts used by TPTB to engage in star-travel. All that surveying for new planets like Earth is not for masturbation; they are on their way there RIGHT NOW. Several have already been colonized.

Meanwhile you're stuck in the 21st century cell-phone slow-computer grope-you-at-the-airport-on-a-slow-jet transportation.

We left you behind long ago.

You are the cattle.
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Why is there always someone on these threads that seems to make things up out of whole cloth, states them as if they are self-evident facts, never presents anything other than their opinion and then always close with a veiled insult implying that anyone that disagrees with them is somehow an idiot.

It's particularly annoying.
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a guy on page 3 unvailed as a game.
doomtards are keeping it up until some other topics comes by
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Well, it's better for us to entertain ourselves with a mystery than to spend our time making posts whose only purpose is to sneak a *tard word in.
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"The way to see by [blind] faith is to shut the eye of reason." - Benjamin Franklin
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Avinu shebashamayim, yitkadesh shimkha. Tavo malkhutekha ye'aseh r'tzonekha ba'aretz ka'asher na'asah vashamayimTen-lanu haiyom lechem chukeinu. u'selach-lanu et-ashmateinu ka'asher solechim anachnu la'asher ashmu lanu. Ve'al-tevieinu lidei massah, ki im-hatsileinu min-hara. Ki lekha ha-mamlakha vehagevurah veha-tiferet l'olemei olamim. Amen.
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This thread sounds exactly like the bezerktard BS!
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So, I'm guessing my previous Wiki post about strange airships of 1896-1897 out west is not relevant.

With names like those they were referencing, the materials and actually speaking of aircraft, I thought it was thought provoking.

Could they have been flying experimental craft out west back then with Tesla's help?
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From Wikipedia, for "GoldBeaters Skin":

"...the outer membrane of calf's intestine — is a parchment traditionally used in the process of making gold leaf..."

"...In the early 1900s large quantities of goldbeater's skin were used to make the gas bags of rigid airships, exhausting the available supply: about 200,000 sheets were used for a typical World War I Zeppelin, while the USS Shenandoah needed 750,000 sheets...."
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I was using the passwords when all of a sudden the popsci screen went blank...wtf.
And I have no idea what any of this shit means.
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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

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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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Hmm so some of the words do bring up that random coded crap. I tried "Youmans" with no result. I also tried "bullshit". No dice.
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At last a decent mystery on GLP!

I'll follow this as it develops but here are a few quick thoughts on Edward Youmans and Herbert Spencer.

Youmans was the founder of Popular Science and died in 1887 in New York. He was closely connected with the famous Victorian scientist Herbert Spencer, who lived until 1903.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The encrypted section sounds like a late 19th c letter to the astronomer Percival Lowell, who built the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff AZ in 1896. The same Lowell who discovered the "canals on Mars"! This is due to the reference to Flagstaff.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I don't know whether Spencer had a particular interest in "manned flight", which sounds a bit anachronistic from 1896 (surely they would talk about "powered flight" instead?) But the history seems to line up right.

Now for some speculation: the 1890s was the time when the "phantom airships" were buzzing the Midwest and other parts of the US, and the world. If - a big "if" - Youmans, Spencer and Lowell were involved in flight in some secret way, where better to test their airships than the big open spaces of the West? A number of researchers think these early airships were the result of a secret project.

If this is projected forwards through the 20th century, it may mean there's been an ongoing secret flight project running behind the scenes of the public development of aviation. What role have the "Daedalians" played in all this?

Daedalus might be a very old project, and one that the founders of Popular Science were closely involved with.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9673535


Did Herbert Spenser meet Edward Youmans in 1873, or did they collaborate on a specific project during this time?

A "mystery 140 years in the making" would place the date at 1873. I believe that it is this friendship that is being referred to here.

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There's another 'leading Conspiracy website' that hosts games like this.

Odd that Popsci is involved though, this is more of a forum thing.
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1928 was when the gregorian calendar came into effect....would that make any difference? , found this on the wikipeadia page ...
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what ever happened to the lemmings game .... that was a fun game...
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What is sevenstars? Hmmm
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Wonder if it's the Pleiades.....

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A better reaction would be...Whose site hasn't been hacked... yet? wtf
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Minutes of meeting of spring 1924

NT promoted concept for protective fleet of drone aircraft.
Argument concerning best direction for Daedalus' effort — the expansion of human knowledge, or the protection of men on Earth?
Former PL contingent strenuously insisted on value of contacting possible inhabitants of Mars for the betterment of humankind and expressed eagerness to visit the canals.
Motion to engage Herbert P, illustrator, to realize the imaginings of the Daedalean society and function in the way of propaganda. May be available as cover artist for the magazine at some future time as well.
Motion passed without dissent.
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Very good, your in, ladies and gentlemen you are more powerful than you think, more able than others give you credit. Keep your eyes open, your ears tuned, and most importantly, your heart in the place you know is right and together we can do a lot. I want to complement all of the contributors who helped on this thread up to now.
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Lol, sorry, i was signed out there. But to come to you guys with something I found stange and watch how quick the GLP community goes to work at it is great.
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Well it's just a little puzzle game after all.
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huh... I thought hacking was "a despicable criiime" according to GLP admins. So since it's GLP and not Anon who's behind it, it's all okay?
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Very good, your in, ladies and gentlemen you are more powerful than you think, more able than others give you credit. Keep your eyes open, your ears tuned, and most importantly, your heart in the place you know is right and together we can do a lot. I want to complement all of the contributors who helped on this thread up to now.
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Lol, sorry, i was signed out there. But to come to you guys with something I found stange and watch how quick the GLP community goes to work at it is great.
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I'm having trouble understanding this story. Does anyone know which page the web site address appears in the 1928 issue of Popular Science?
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What is sevenstars? Hmmm
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That's what I was thinking.

Wonder if it's the Pleides.....
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[Following was handwritten at the bottom of the scanned document —Transcriber.]


pzjqw pdzgm bmqex nqnbm rxibf ywogi xiqeo
dpttn yvqna ywwkl cnvzz vekmm koixm eaglb
ugdsu mglqj sjiik nqwly bgcmi zaphr fxfaf
egqly ujukr vybsf lzajz rkyvd gmhtd plyxo
uqjbb y


23 = X
11 = L

anyone able to translate yet or is this all random jibberish ?
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I'm impressed that the final page was found, but it doesn't answer any questions.

Mainly, WTF is this thing? It seems like the ramblings of a mental patient.
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BTW the popsci article does not work- I see there is a password but have I missed the username to the password so I can access the popsci article?
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1928 was when the gregorian calendar came into effect....would that make any difference? , found this on the wikipeadia page ...
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It came into effect in 1582.

The Republic of China was the last country to adopt it in 1928.
Yes, it took a while.

The whole of the Western World was Gregorian for centuries by then, so it probably isn't relevant.
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They are saying that someone went physically into their archives in modern time and left them a note they would find to point them to an internal file in their computer system. The file was encrypted so that nobody from the magazine can get in, but they want them to know its there.

There is no time travel or any of that crap, they are saying that SOMEONE IN POPULAR SCIENCE DID NOT PUBLISH SOMETHING THEY SHOULD HAVE A LONG TIME AGO.
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SOMEONE IN POPULAR SCIENCE DID NOT PUBLISH SOMETHING THEY SHOULD HAVE A LONG TIME AGO

..really?..how did you get that?..a note to a web address that cannot, so far, be read means ????? well we don't know
..it might tell us where Judge Crater is...or piss and moan about being fired wrongfully...see, the can't read part really stops the story in it's tracks...
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are you implying a time traveling popular science editor exists?
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Nah, one of the covers involved articles about flights over the Arctic.

One of the notes left in the magazine refers to a "strange creature."


There has been lots of talk about thing going on in the Arctic on here these days.
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Interesting
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are you implying a time traveling popular science editor exists?
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Nah, one of the covers involved articles about flights over the Arctic.

One of the notes left in the magazine refers to a "strange creature."


There has been lots of talk about thing going on in the Arctic on here these days.
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Interesting
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Yep, tell me, where was the explanation for the week long communications blackout at lake Volstock?
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