BTW, can anyone explain the photo being resized? Is that 4chan's default image reduction or any of the alleged webapps?
I just tried uploading an image to 4chan, it did not resize it or alter the image in any way.BTW, can anyone explain the photo being resized? Is that 4chan's default image reduction or any of the alleged webapps?
Facebook guy suggests all the passengers account to everything in the entire world would have been cancelled by the NSA, leaving 4chan as the only option.Why would posting to 4chan be easier than sending a text to his girlfriend?
Would it be all that difficult for someone to simply access Google Earth, locate Diego Garcia, and then choose a building at random, in order to perpetuate this hoax?He says 'very hard to manually add the GPS coordinates for the building in Diego Garcia', but weren't the GPS co-ordinates approximate? Are they actually pinpointed to a single building?
It's not hard at all, as shown in the OP where I changed the GPS to a particular building in Las Vegas.Would it be all that difficult for someone to simply access Google Earth, locate Diego Garcia, and then choose a building at random, in order to perpetuate this hoax?
I mean, I just thought of it.......
I think I was basing this on the impression I got from this post.but weren't the GPS co-ordinates approximate? Are they actually pinpointed to a single building?
I've looked through the thread, but I can't find the actual co-ordinates.Keep in mind that one second of latitude = just a little over 100 feet. (Based on the Nautical Mile length of 6,076 feet).
So, when in the vicinity (in one second of latitude), then tenths and hundredths are just "gravy". Also, recall that degrees/seconds of longitude vary with latitude, though equal at the Equator.
Where else could you to hide it? He would have had to send the message before the plane landed. Unless they want us to believe they performed a flawless mission in which an entire airliner with 239 people on board is disappeared, yet they forgot to search the hostages once they take them off the plane.I thought that was a joke. Did they really imply he had it hidden there?
No. That's simply what an iPhone photo looks like in a very dark room. It's darker in the middle.I'm not I follow the logic here. Does this person think he took the photo from the inside of the bag?
(warning: blog is a little depressing if you're averse to utter paranoid insanity)
It's a very sad and pathetic existence, that sub-culture ... and yes, I have to say it is new to me.You new to the internetz? This sort of thing has become a way of life for some people- quite a few of them, even. It's an entire sub-culture and it's not going away.
While the company's name is Cable & Wireless there is no Wireless on the island.Communicating
The commercial/private phone system is operated by Cable & Wireless, the local British phone company. Phone cards must be purchased to call off the island. Stateside phone cards will not work. Phone cards come in increments of $10, $20, $50 and $100 and may be purchased at Cable & Wireless. When your card gets low you can have it updated at the C&W office. Phone calls range from 40 to 60 cents a minute depending on time of day. If you have a computer, bring it along. Another way to keep in touch with the folks back home is e-mail, Instant Messenger, or webcam. Private Internet access is available through C&W for a one-time $20 fee and at a cost of 2 cents a minute from 0001-0449 and 4 cents per minute from 0600-2400 for a dial-up connection. A private DSL internet connection is available for $95.00/month. There are also Internet Café computers free of charge at several locations for personal use. Do you want to send a card or letter home by mail? Diego Garcia is home to the only U.S. Post Office in the Indian Ocean. The average time for mail to and from the States is about 8-10 days. Regular letters up to 13 ounces can be mailed for free.
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