Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Google/Solana's New Math?

Javier Solana's Google.com hits by language group as of December 11, 2007

To my www.themicroeffect.com listeners re TODAY'S SHOW: MY PERSPECTIVE. I will be doing the program this afternoon without a scheduled guest. I will be relying heavily on chatroom participation. You all know I need feedback and will greatly appreciate yours. Among other things on my mind, I will be discussing:

1. Solana's power boost last week.
2. The Alliance of Civilizations (and the related DOHA DEBATES)
3. Solana's mysterious and inaccurate google hits (See below).
4. What next for 2008?

Please join me at 2 p.m. Pacific time, 5 p.m. Eastern time (USA) and Farmer, I'm sure, will tell you when for Germany.

You can also get to the program by going to Paltalk.com and scrolling to the Talk Radio, scrolling to THE MICRO EFFECT.





Solana Internet Hits on Google - Breakdown by language
Language
Pages
Running
Esperanto
3,180
3,180.00
Arabic
5740
8,920.00
Armenian
399
9,319.00
Belarusian
208
9,527.00
Bulgarian
1400
10,927.00
Catalan
15,700
26,627.00
Chinese Simplified
5,300
31,927.00
Chinese Traditional
1,750
33,677.00
Croatian
11,400
45,077.00
Czech
43,300
88,377.00
Danish
12,200
100,577.00
Dutch
27,900
128,477.00
English
1,270,000
1,398,477.00
Estonian
11,700
1,410,177.00
Filipino
212
1,410,389.00
Finnish
10,600
1,420,989.00
French
134,000
1,554,989.00
German
130,000
1,684,989.00
Greek
3,930
1,688,919.00
Hebrew
590
1,689,509.00
Hungarian
30,100
1,719,609.00
Icelandic
2,070
1,721,679.00
Indonesian
7,450
1,729,129.00
Italian
41,200
1,770,329.00
Japanese
1,390
1,771,719.00
Korean
795
1,772,514.00
Latvian
1,400
1,773,914.00
Lithuanian
4,810
1,778,724.00
Norwegian
4,410
1,783,134.00
Persian (Iran)
2,700
1,785,834.00
Polish
39,200
1,825,034.00
Portugese
32,200
1,857,234.00
Romanian
16,200
1,873,434.00
Russian
7,710
1,881,144.00
Serbian
17,300
1,898,444.00
Slovak
11,400
1,909,844.00
Slovenian
13,500
1,923,344.00
Spanish
140,000
2,063,344.00
Swedish
18,400
2,081,744.00
Thai
414
2,082,158.00
Turkish
49,000
2,131,158.00
Ukrainian
352
2,131,510.00
Vietnamese
9,890
2,141,400.00
2,141,400


"Javier Solana's" actual hits by language are cumulatively 2,141,400 (two million, one hundred forty one thousand, four hundred). Hits for ALL LANGUAGES TOTAL per google are 218,000. This means that Google.com (or whoever) has understated "Javier Solana's" google hits by at least 1,923,400!

The first figure under each language group is the total for that language group. The next is the running balance.

Go figure! Google's totals don't!

Oh, and most interestingly, my yahoo.com email inbox was wiped out today. Sixty thousand unread messages were deleted (not including bulk mail). When I awakened and went to my computer at 3:15 a.m., all was well. I had given the password to nobody? Yahoo technical support had me change my password saying somebody had to have used it to wipe it out. Another strange coincidence. Who could it be? Who could it be? Oh well!

If your email to me at http://www.yahoo.com/ was in that box, please resend it, and by the way, stay tuned!


Stay tuned!
Comments:
Scary!
 
Constance said:
"Candidly there were close to 60,000 unread emailings in my box, not including the bulk mail.
Arriving at my office after court, I was horrified to see that almost all of my email from both my major Yahoo! accounts were gone and there were only 555 in my box!"

I've said this before; this reminds me of a Peretti novel. Mind you, seeing 555 e-mails in my inbox, let alone 60,000 would be enough to give me nightmares. But the fact that someone (presumably using your password) has deleted them is problematic. I doubt it's a prank hacker.

Constance, I would get security advice and report the incident.
 
I would appreciate any advice on where to report this. Rich of Medford and I talked. Rich said, rightfully, "this amounts to a cybercrime!"

I agree!
 
I have changed my password and I have long made it a practice not to put anything on line I would not publish on the front page of the New York Times, so they won't learn much!
 
A cursory search shows that that there are plenty of free hacking tools that enables one to crack Yahoo passwords. The question is one of motivation. It may have been a malicious prank by some anonymous person trolling this site or something more sinister. At the very least, you should provide some feedback to Yahoo and perhaps they can advise on how to beef up security. There must also be some Gov authority where you can report the incident, if only to keep an official record. I remember some time ago, someone actually hacked Joel Rosenberg's ID and posted a ridiculous comment on his behalf. Apparently it's not that hard.
 
I forgot who put up the ixquick.com link, but thanks. After using yahoo for so long it feel very odd using such a plain home page.

Constance, ixquick showed 7.9 million hits for solana when I ran it. I appreciate your hard work.
 
I sent you an email with a multi-page attachment re my time with a New Age group, including my contact with a certain Mr. Keys, that I would not want on the front page of the NY Times.
 
Unfortunately, I no longer have that attachment. I hope you can resend it. The password has been greatly "esotericized" and strengthened.
 
Mac, great site to report internet intrusion. Thanks, I wish you were my neighbor.
Setterman
 
sorry, I was unable to attend the chat. We were out of electricity at the time. We have been blessed so far. Only 4 hours today. And yesterday for a 6 hour period.

Praying for all those without power.

The big problem is tree limbs. I am sure you have seen the pictures from my state on the news. Let me tell you it is pretty on t.v. However, pretty creepy when you are out in your yard and hear several large "pops" and then a limb from a tree falls in the yard.

Blessings to all
 
Yeah, Dawn, what I want is one of those computers like they are making for children in 3rd and 4th world countries now where there are double handle antennas on the side and you can crank it up to recharge the batteries!
 
I don't know if this has any bearing your research regarding the Google problem, but when I did a search of "Javier Solana" with the filter ON (SafeSearch), the result is over 2 million.

When I don't use filtering, the result is 205,000 - 209,000. Huge difference.
 
Hi Constance, was the account that got wiped out the same one that some anonymous guy was asking for a couple of posts back?
 
Constance, that is pretty creepy about what happened to your emails. I would think that "they" would have to be on to you by now, and by extension, the rest of us. If God is for us, though, who can be against us?

Hey, this may be random, but I have another mediocre post up, this time on Annapolis, Hamas, and what I think is next in the timeline based on the Word and current events. I'm guessing it won't be too long, a couple of years at most, before we won't be able to blog anymore, so I want to get it up there while I can.
 
Hi David Butterfield:

Excellent post and if you will look, you have been added as a permanent link! Keep up the good work!

Constance
 
All,
while on the subject of technology, check this article ot:
http://adage.com/article?article_id=122491
There is something extremely interesting in it.
The billboard uses technology manufactured by Holosonic that transmits an "audio spotlight" from a rooftop speaker so that the sound is contained within your cranium.

DouginMI
 
Well I'm guilty.
I come in this chatroom
all the time and I agree with
pretty much everything most
of the regulars say. I certainly
agree with Constance.
This is not a secret society.

Yours truly,
Paul
 
DouginMI- Thanks for posting the link to the billboard "audio spotlight" transmitting article.
Admittedly, I'm behind the times trying to keep up with all the latest technology news. The most disturbing part of the information for me, is the fact that today was the first I've heard of it. According to "Technology Review" (published by MIT), this type of technology has been making headway since at least 2001. The "Audio Spotlight" was invented by Holosonics founder Dr. F. Joseph Pompei while he was a graduate student at MIT.

http://tinyurl.com/22b7g7

According to another May 2004 Technology Review article,
"“In fact, three years ago, when the Audio Spotlight was part of a project at the MIT Media Lab, research sponsor Daimler-Chrysler did indeed incorporate a prototype into a concet car, with transducers located above each of the four seats in the cabin.”

http://tinyurl.com/2to9nm
http://www.gotjuice.org/thesoundwar.pdf (same report in PDF format)

The paper goes on to report “glitches”
involving the beams bouncing off the seats and other surfaces. Sounds to me like there was a problem with the technology missing it’s "target". But hey, this was, according to this report (in 2004 )
taking place three years earlier. I had not even heard about this technology until thirty minutes ago. The possibilities for abuse of this technology are endless.

"Companies such as Motorola, Time-Warner, DaimlerChrysler, Kraft Foods, Sega, and American Greetings have chosen the Audio Spotlight, and Audio Spotlight systems have been installed in venues such as Boston's Museum of Science, the Matisse Museum, Sega's Joypolis, Bibliotheque National de France, Boston Center for the Arts, the European PGA tour, and the Chicago Cultural Center."

I stared doing a search using
"Subliminal Communication Technology" Try it. There isn't enough space here to paste all the links and information. Here is one though, out of Fairleigh Dickinson University Magazine - which bills itself as "The Leader in Global Education"
http://alpha.fdu.edu/~gradford/subliminal.html

"Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock."
Matt7:24-25
 
Great post Rudi!
 
AND A MOUTH SPEAKING GREAT THINGS????!!!!!

http://tinyurl.com/create.php
 
My email address has been most publicly posted on the internet, including with my news withviews columns. I gave the password to NOBODY except for the phone call YAHOO! required to change it. A few months ago, my email account locked up and I had to call Yahoo! technical support to retrieve it. Those guys, who were very helpful that night, did request my password to retrieve it. I gave it to them then.

I rather suspect that somebody very powerful got this from the deep archives of yahoo!

The woman who requested contact information is a good friend of a good friend and I gave her the same info which is publicly posted elsewhere on the web!

Constance

Constance
 
David J Butterfield,

I went to your Blog and read the item "Where you think we are now..."

At the end you mention the date April 1, 2014 and count back 2300 days and come to Dec 15th.

On a personal note, April 1, 1980 is the day I came to live in Australia.
This will be exactly 34 years ago to the day which adds to 7.
34 years is 12,418 days which also adds to 16 which adds to 7 too.

So what? My birthday was 29th Nov, 1947 when the UN voted Israel into existence.

From Nov 29, 1947 to Dec 15th, 2007 is 21,931 days which adds to 16 and then 7.
21,931 days is exactly 3133 weeks
3133 = 241 x 13.

I am stating this information as factual and each reader can assess it as they see fit.

Phil.
 
Hi Rudi - quite interesting, I have not has the opportunity to check into it deeper, I sincerely thought some would be interested in this as I was, quite interesting, and yet so intrusive.

DouginMI
 
I find myself mystified at the point Phil is trying to make.
 
ARCHIVE AND READ THIS QUICKLY ON 'PERMANENT STRUCTURED COOPERATION' AND EU MILITARY COALITIONS OF THE WILLING. This is a missing piece Herb and I thought was lurking out there.

Constance

http://tinyurl.com/2vpo6l
 
Looking for your thoughts,
understanding that God destroyed the world once with water, and promised next time to do so with fire, with the increase in volcanic activity, does anyone have an opinion in about the thought that this maybe in concert with "mens hearts failing them for fear of what is about to come upon the earth" looking upon the whole global warming diatribe?

Curious -
DouginMI
 
UK signs EU Treaty (Constitution) without the promised referendum. Here we go ...

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/eu_referendum/article577014

Dave in CA
 
"...does anyone have an opinion in about the thought that this maybe in concert with "mens hearts failing them for fear of what is about to come upon the earth" looking upon the whole global warming diatribe?"

Yep, the thought has crossed my mind once or twice.
 
And just when I was wondering about volcanos and melting ice - this appears on MSNBS web sigh today
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22246005/
an article about just that -

DouginMI
 
FYI,

Yahoo has assigned a case number to it and does appear to be investigating. It may have been technical troubles on their end.
 
Hi Constance,
I heard about you like 26 years ago, I think Chuck Smith or Walter Martin used to mention your name. I was a young Christian then and didn't think twice about it, until I asked our Christian waiter if he knows what is going on in Europe and he said yes and mentioned your name. So here I am, I love your extensive work and research. I have yet to learn how to save this vital stuff to a disk, in case *they* shut everything down. Make sure you back everything up.
In the last two years I have heard of Javier Solana and have been doing some research of my own and have come up with a lot of the same things you have. I haven't been to your site long enough to check everything out, just the latest.
 
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