Thursday, 12 November 2015

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 12 Nov 05:40 [1511120540] ….. cracking enigmatic codes on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2015/11/10/gchq_director_speech/
Next Generation Encryption has arrived!!! Secure by Design. Secured by Advancing IntelAIgents
Our solution is 10 to the power of 2158 times more secure than existing Industry standards, meaning its Quantum Compute & AI secure. …… Perpetual Encryption
Meaning it is Quantum Compute and AI ready, Perpetual Encryption, which is quite another thing and a wholly different Great Ball Game for Virtual Terrain Team Players and Remote Anonymous Rogue Entities alike?
Hmmm. And surely just as much an alien sport and exploit export adventure as astute classy assured security protocol, although both of those facilities are invariably poles apart in real world scenarios, and then much more of an APT ACTive Portal to some chosen and a Flying Few ‽ . :-} Poe's Law Rules for Reign in ITs Domains and AIDominions, where Madness meets Genius for a Rumba and Tango :-)

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amanfromMars 1 Thu 12 Nov 09:58 [1511120958] …… sharing more of a secretive processing on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2015/11/10/gchq_director_speech/
Re: Secured by Advancing IntelAIgents
It's just a shameless advertising plug. Perpetual Encryption is based on breaking the most fundamental rule of the One-Time Pad: namely, that you only use it ONCE. …. Anonymous Coward
Hi, AC,
How’s it hanging?
Perpetual Encryption will be very pleased that you make that mistake and do not realise that breaking the most fundamental rule of the One-Time Pad: namely, that you only use it ONCE, is not its base protocol but leading with a better, and beta One-Time Padded message may very well be, for of course, such is probably never to confirmed or denied as fact and practice by those and/or that into utilising it effectively.

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amanfromMars said …[1511120612] in an agreeing reply on http://amanfrommars.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/151111.html
New secrets. Same as old secrets masked and uncovered and rediscovered throughout history and the intelligent spaces of time. And that is a truth and the truth too, Serge C, methinks, They be a vast treasure trove of immense power and energy with remote command and semi-autonomous, relatively anonymous control.
And nowadays? Destined to be more a Great Eastern Confection than Dedicated Western Delight, Serge C?
12 November 2015 at 06:12
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26 comments:

Casey Evans said...
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Casey Evans said...

I was going to a circle k today and there was a guy holding a sign. Something about ISIS was funded by the US Government. It was approx 1am. Finding this odd (especially at 1am) I walked over and had a few words with him to find out what he was about. Anyhow we discussed terrorism and the problems of the world and somehow Sarin Gas got brought up. I knew little to nothing about Sarin (I was aware it was a biochem weapon) but as for its manufacture and actual function I was at a loss. Anyhow I came home and looked up Sarin Gas on wikipedia and it turns out it is a acetylcholine inhibitor. So naturally I wanted to learn more about it, its manufacture, and wanted to improve it (i like improving stuff ;).


Here is what I came up with. Seeing the precursor for manufacturing the Sarin gas is restricted by country world wide I thought sheesh no one could make this stuff. Wrong.


Turns out the key to this puzzle is the phosphorus atom which bonds the other atoms. Know this now I decided one can manufacture homemade Sarin Gas for under $100. That's right $100.


It seems to me that there is a common pesticide which can be used in place of the precursor for Sarin. It is called Organophosphate. Anyhow it too (notice the phosphate part there ;) is an inhibitor or guess what: acetylcholine.


Now I am not going to publish the exact instructions here, but let me just say: Organophosphate + Aerosol spray distribution system + an atom or two = That's right: Homemade Sarin Gas.


So now you know what they are spraying places with. Stuff that could kill you if ingested. Please note that I am led to believe that Organophosphate is quite easy to obtain.


Well there you have it. Now I guess some retard will try it, fuckup, and kill themselves or other people. So let me make this clear: Just because you may be capable of producing this "product" now, doesn't mean you should. In fact, you should not. But I think one thing should be clear. If this is real, people with degrees are SERIOUSLY over rated. I learned this (everything about sarin from use, manufacture, effects, functions) in 5 minutes. It took me 30 seconds to develop a nerve agent with similar characteristics.


Anyhow, my bills are already paid so when I invent something I usually post it on the internet for free, and here it is.


Remember: Terrorism is bad. Info = good.

Trinitro said...

Wow, the Casey guy seems to dislike his neighbours...

Casey Evans said...


PS: I was asked to add more information so here it is. Fluorine is a gas. Maybe combine ? This might negate the need for the Aerosol spray distribution system.

TrafCont said...

We never discuss proposals to murder anyone, and especially, never attempt to obtain information on methods of murder. Is there anything you are trying to warn anyone, for example in case if you have a feeling that some group is going to produce or to use some toxic substance anywhere against people of some citizenship?

Casey Evans said...

RE:"We never discuss proposals to murder anyone,"

You want to explain this death threat: "Get an Apple Watch or die warns Tim Cook" ?

Casey Evans said...

RE:"Freelance IT workers in the UK have expressed concern about claims that the government plans to force contractors onto the payroll of their clients after just one month of service."

When I was contracting for IBM Chris Brewer said that contractors were only there to suck IBM employees dicks. Why would anyone want to be a contractor if people think this way?

Casey Evans said...

RE:"never attempt to obtain information on methods of murder."

A person could be killed with a damn pencil.
Your attempted suppression of information is unacceptable.

TC said...

"Get an Apple Watch or die warns Tim Cook"

This is not even a public offer. Tim didn't say that. A journalist asked this question the way it stucks in a reader's memstorage. Obviously, it's done for no fee, or vice versa.

Casey Evans said...

RE:"This is not even a public offer. Tim didn't say that. A journalist asked this question the way it stucks in a reader's memstorage. Obviously, it's done for no fee, or vice versa."

Let me help you understand something.

It has been established and proven beyond doubt that the register is a site sending cryptic messages combined with the material on this site.

The message"Get an Apple Watch or die warns Tim Cook" is a fu(kin death threat from the register.
The question is not "if" the register was threatening someone, it is a question of who.

RE:"Obviously, it's done for no fee, or vice versa." --> I don't want you people doing anything for me, free or not.

Try an cover-up what I have proven about amanfrommars and the register and I will laugh.

I have backups of all your sites:)

Oh and one last thing, please do explain www.ur2die4.com

DIE = verb
verb: die; 3rd person present: dies; past tense: died; past participle: died; gerund or present participle: dying

1.
(of a person, animal, or plant) stop living.


That's the mother fu(king name of this sick fucks website.
Just wait until I get you in a courtroom.

Anonymous said...

BRO CHARLIE ECHO UR2DIE4 LOOKS UP STUFFED WITH WHAT ANYONE PERFECTLY SANE WOULD BE EAGER TO GET FOR HIS/HER OWN PERSONAL USE OR DIE TRYING

FUNNY HOW YOU REV-ENG THE IDEA THOUGH

Casey Evans said...

Lets quote amanfrommars here: "What are IBM selling that systems cannot do without and can obtain elsewhere for less to generate profit/revenue streams for themselves rather than for IBM types?"

Where did I find out about amanfrommars and theregister.co.uk ?

I was working at IBM.

Now the sites IBM recommended I view HATE IBM.

Geese, this is not some lame attempt to set someone up.

Lets sum things up.

Because of your interest in implicating me in criminal activity I had nothing to do with:
You have implicated IBM, American Express, The FBI, The NSA, The Sheriffs office, and even the police department in criminal activity.

It caused the suspect to reverse engineer technology which is so classified THERE WAS NO VISIBLE DATA ON IT IN THIS COUNTRY.

Now it's on the internet: For everyone.

That worked out.

I can't wait to see the end game here. Cuffs ring a bell?

Serge C said...

Hi Casey,

"Now it's on the internet: For everyone" - what and where, comrade?

I always leave the site with a feeling that I have missed something.

Serge C said...

Can Fluoride produce a green flash in the sky&

Casey Evans said...

RE:"Can Fluoride produce a green flash in the sky&"

fluorine gas is a halogen. It is known for its ability to emit photons when stimulated with electrons. the voltage of the electrons would determine the wavelength of the light emitted in theory. Thus you would simply change the voltage.

Serge C said...

http://beforeitsnews.com/middle-east/2015/11/triple-green-meteor-lights-up-siberian-skies-near-chita-video-2534180.html

Same flashes were seen over AUS and EUR within past three decades.

Casey Evans said...

RE:"Same flashes were seen over AUS and EUR within past three decades."

Yes there are gases in our atmosphere.

Casey Evans said...
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Serge C said...

Casey,

I was just trying to find a patent broker on the site of Russian Federal IP Agency http://www.fips.ru/sitedocs/patpov_ru.htm...


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... look up there, and you will understand that there are places in the world where the situation is still worse.

Casey Evans said...

RE:"... look up there, and you will understand that there are places in the world where the situation is still worse."

I am quite happy with my life in the US. I am pro-American anti-communist. I happen to believe the US government is the best government in the world.

Casey Evans said...

I deleted my super angry rant.

It was not something I wanted archived, I just wanted to put in my 2 cents worth to someone.
I am sure they read it and that is what I wanted.

Casey Evans said...

Bypassing no-execute permissions with one command now published on http://www.coolfuion.com

Casey Evans said...

Insecure programming advice posted on http://www.coolfuion.com and http://fuion.blogspot.com #coolfuion

Serge C said...
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Serge C said...

"I just wanted to put in my 2 cents" -

in Soviet Russia :-) we put in our 5. Kopecks.

"Anti-communist" - as much as you please, Casey.

Nice blog you have, besides.

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