He claimed to have viewed a detailed image of "something not man-made" and "cigar shaped" floating above the northern hemisphere, and assuming his viewing would be undisrupted owing to the hour, he did not think of capturing the image because he was "bedazzled", and therefore did not think of securing it with the screen capture function in the software at the point when his connection was interrupted.
We are leaking info on Aliens? That's hogwash! Damn hippie. Get ready. - #Anonymous
down under wrote:John wrote:When it comes to anonymous though, the whole idea seems to be that "everyone's anonymous" so, you know, official...
How do we know that Anonymous isn't a CIA/FBI/KGB/what-have-you front?
Still waiting for whichever Anon claiming to have info on UFOs/aliens to drop it live. We're just dying to know if ET made it back home.
down under wrote:John wrote:Anyway, I think we can safely assume that - as d'Artagnan put it - nothing will come out of this.
Just like with Wikileaks...
Right now we have access to every classified database in the U.S. government. It’s a matter of when we leak the contents of those databases, not if. You know how we got access? We didn’t hack them.
[...] people are leaking to Anonymous and they’re not coming to us with this document or that document or a CD, they’re coming to us with keys to the kingdom, they’re giving us the passwords and usernames to whole secure databases that we now have free reign over.
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