Friday, October 07, 2005

Community College project taken over by Turnberry University

Turnberry University in Queensland, Austalia has purchased a controlling majority of seats in the board of directors of Queensland Community College. Read the previous posts and you do the math. This is not good.

Paranoid schizophrenics may be the "Normal" ones!

Researchers in Queensland Community College in Queensland, Australia have been following undiagnosed paranoid schizophrenics around without their permission. (As if they didn't have enough to worry about). For the past four years these researchers, hired as adjuncts to the college, have been charting the behavior of these people, who have been selected in various English speaking countries, including the United States. When not following their subjects, they observe their behavior with a "micro-lensing" technique, a ultra modern, out of the box, spyware which can follow anyone to any place--just as long as there is humidity in the atmosphere. "Micro-lensing" uses tiny droplets of water vapor as lenses for a camera based in a mainframe computer in the college's observatory.

Right to privacy advocates are especially being followed because their opinions have been seen as a threat to the research project.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Warning: Moisture in atmosphere may be used as lenses!

It has come to our attention that the feeling of someone watching us is more than just imagination. The breathing down our necks, the hand on our shoulders, the clearing of a throat in the background when we have just sat down in the lavatory--Are those sentiments pure imagination, mentally preying on us, or is someone actually watching us? Yes, someone is really there.

As it turns out, scientists at Turnberry University in Queensland have discovered that some of the micro-particles of moisture in the air are actually tiny lenses which, although they are lighter than air, flood the atmosphere every place that we go. Our feelings that we are being watched are true feelings.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Some People need to be taught a lesson

Sometimes important things go by and we don't register their weight on history. Their impression doesn't mark our collective memory.

The staff at The Blue Green Power Plant has news for you.
Perhaps we all need to be taught a lesson.