On May 14, 2:51 pm, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: > On May 14, 8:14 am, Brad Guth <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > On May 13, 10:48 pm, Archimedes Plutonium > (snipped) > > > Nice enough topic, and you are right about the kinds of index methods > > of censorship that takes place, and otherwise notice how few if any > > K-12s are anywhere to be seen within these public Usenet/newsgroups. > > The fact that few if any High Schoolers post should be a alarm bell > for those who look after Usenet. When Usenet started, everyone was > shouting a banner of "freedom of speech", but there is little fairness > of speech in Usenet so long as anyone can hide behind fake names and > post almost unlimited volume. When you have fake names-- BroilJAB, > HVAC, Kevin, Bacle and more than 5 posts per 24 hours by such dolts, > then the Usenet science newsgroups are tarnished so much that a High > School youngster would not feel comfortable in posting. > > So that if those two rules were installed-- no fake names, only 5 > posts per day we would see a science forum. > > > They'll also connect your words together so as to making them a whole > > lot less searchable, and they've done the same thing with external > > links by connecting the prior word to that link and thereby making it > > unfunctional. So, there are ways of messing up your topics and > > Worse yet is this Docendi.org or Niuz.biz that collects my posts and > then when a bystander opens up that post in Niuz, Niuz attaches > malware to the bystanders computer, at least that is what the Google > warnings say about Niuz. I still want a lawyer to sue Niuz > for wrecking computers, or the threat of wrecking computers. > > > replies in ways that computer forensics can't link to the insider > > perpetrators that intend to make their own stuff stick and your stuff > > either fail or eventually vanish. > > > However, I do believe we're seeing more than 400 million ly distance > > by way of extremely long time exposures and lots of computer PhotoShop- > > like methods applied. > > I am still looking to see if 400 million light years is the upper > limit. It appears so, since that Ring in the 3rd layer of Jarrett's > galaxy mapping is 400 m l y distance. It is not final, but a good > rough guess. > > AP
If the current generations of K-12s were even half as smart as our era of 5th graders, there wouldn't be a problem with Usenet/newsgroups as having been run into the nearest toilet by ZNR oligarchs and redneck mafia types, that are mostly public funded and the rest faith-based funded as to keeping as many K-12s from showing up or staying for long.