The file is on a ground level rock right MP3) there. Below is a report taken from a recent intelligence-gathering operation in Federation occupied Argentina.
These estimates are potential casualties of an attack that, as of yet, has not occurred. The number of casualties on impact suggest the Federation plans on using nuclear or kinetic-based attacks on U. Gabriel Rorke : What happened? Federation Soldier : I don't know sir! T-They came in through the security checkpoint, a-and we- we Gabriel Rorke : Spit it out soldier.
Federation Soldier : W-We couldn't find them! On second they were here, and then they- they just I-I'm sorry sir! I don't know what happened! Everything got so chaotic! Federation Soldier : No, please!
No, please don't do this! Gabriel Rorke : Take him to the river. Federation Soldier : No! After the lights get cut, the Ghosts will stop in an office where a server is located.
It'll be on a desk in the same room as the server itself. Intelligence gathered from recent operations in Southern Argentina points to a facility near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as a hub for Federation activity. The significance of this facility, referred to as "The Shop", is unknown, but appears to be of great importance to the enemy.
However, the drone was able to feed topography and enemy defense positions back to us. The Shop is heavily guarded by a naval fleet on the perimeter of two possible entrances. Any direct action operations would require immobilization of this fleet. Soldier : We were able to pick up some comms traffic thanks to the intel you've found.
What follows is a distress call from a nearby ship in the Federation fleet. Recording starts. Federation Soldier 1 : Sir, we have multiple alarms originating from the Atlas Platform. They say they're under attack. Federation Soldier 2 : What about the perimeter forces in the area? Federation Soldier 1 : No response sir.
Federation Soldier 2 : Get the admiral! Tell him we're under attack by American forces. I need all available resources to the location, now! Federation Soldier 1 : Yes sir. It's in the first control tower, atop a file cabinet, where Merrick is holding a foreman hostage.
Repurposed and reversed engineered U. A report suggests that human subjects believed to be Federation Soldiers were used in testing of the device. None were reported to have survived the blasts. We can safely assume more are in production.
Victor Ramos : December 10th, The real breakthrough was the addition of the sonic pulse to the bowel of the ship. The impulse of the pulse is strong enough to crush organs or shatter bones, we were fortunate enough to have test subjects donate their pain to science. With this ship we can keep our eyes focused above the water.
Although my employer Rorke thinks I'm underestimating our enemy, I told him we'd run dozens of tests without a single soul avoiding the sonar pulse. Still, he seems to believe there are flaws, and certain men can exploit those flaws. Back to the drawing board. After destroying the ship and getting pinned, then swimming through the debris field, and before the place where there is a wave of enemy divers.
Swim past the two trucks on the sunken boat and reach the end of said boat, the laptop is on a ground level rock just right of center view. It should become visible almost immediately after passing the second truck. Drop down to ground level, turn around so the tailgate of the boat is in the center of the field of view, then rotate about 75 degrees to the left. The laptop is on the rock that should now be center view, with the screen facing the opposite direction.
We believe Gabriel T. With the help of our quantum computers, Victor managed to shrink everything down, make it smaller, more efficient.
Multiple firing platforms, all connected to the central hub, LOKI. This war is coming to an end, albeit a catastrophic one, hm, much in the same way it started. After entering the missile bay, turn left after descending the stairs. The file is on a blue tarp, next to a fan. In the resulting attack, four operators were taken hostage and one, Elias T. The three remaining operators taken hostage underwent interrogation from RORKE, but we currently do not believe any national security was compromised.
Gabriel Rorke : The worst thing a man can have is hope, it's a vicious little devil. You can be alone, broken, beaten, dying, but it forces its way into your brain, keeps you hanging on. Eventually, reality sets in, overpowers it, shows you it's not necessary or wasn't even there to begin with. When a man has lost his hope and sees his fate for what it truly is, only then can he accept death, and treat it as an equal. Ajax learned that lesson.
I'll teach the rest of them the same lesson. Keegan will open up a new area through a set of glass doors. Follow the stairs down, and clear the room of enemies.
Liberator, Pacific Ocean. At this time, mobilization of forces is already underway at Fort Santa Monica. However, due to recent flaws of operational security assets, it is unknown if they can be of assistance. Nothing makes sense without him here. We're launching an operation to take him down and hit the Federation hard.
Wherever he is, Logan and I will find him, and we'll send him back to whatever part of hell he crawled out of. At the beginning of the level, in the room with the bunks, go to the door but do not leave. Turn around and go to the second set of bunks on the left. The Rorke file is hidden on the lower bunk on the right. Gabriel Rorke : They're sending everything they have to stop us now.
One way or another, the tie's about to turn. Every major challenge to intellectual property law has come from this fundamental effect. Let's create a graph to look at how various parameters affect the ability to do something profitably, examined over time. Though not strictly in chronological order as it is often difficult to place a date on when a given technology became truly practical.
You'll note there's only one black-dot, which is hand-copying material. You'll also note that the graph has no axis labels. This is because there are, in reality, a lot of things that could go on those labels, like cost-per-copy extremely hightime per copy a lotnumber of customers waiting for product, etc.
I'll talk about some of the noteworthy parameters as we go through. At this point, there was no such thing as copyright.
Copying was an unmitigated good for a society. Numerous documents have disappeared from history because they weren't copied, now existing only as obscure references by other works which were successfully copied. Gutenberg's invention added another possibility. By lowering cost-per-copy and time-per-copy by orders of magnitude, it became practical to run thousands of copies of a book and sell each of them at a lower price then a single hand copy would cost. A significant time investment was required to set up each run, though, and that became a new constraining factor.
With this new ease of replication, the first rumblings of copyright law began, but it was still a very simple domain, so the laws were simple, at least by modern standards. Another side effect of Gutenberg's invention was the ability to reach an unprecedented number of people with the same message, because of the sheer number of copies that could be cranked out and delivered to people, rather then requiring the users to come to one of the rare MP3) of the content.
This introduces the notion of the scale of communication; throughout history, we have always treated communication reaching many people quite differently from private, 1-to-few communication.
Perhaps one of the most important effects was that such technology made it much easier to spread propaganda. Before such easy printing, propaganda required a network of MP3) to verbally communicate it to the targets; printed propaganda, combined with wide-spread literacy, enabled much smaller groups to effectively use propaganda, which has obvious large effects on the fluidity of a society and the intensifying of common discourse.
As the printing press technology improved, people could set up content for the press faster. The lowering of the cost-to-setup enabled the invention of newspapers and by extensions all periodicalswhich are basically cost-effective periodic books.
A new practical content distribution solution appeared, and it too affected the law. People wanted to use this new platform for political purposes, but the centralized nature of the printing press made it easy to shut down if a powerful person disliked what the newspaper said. To counter this, our ethical concepts of free speech and the freedom of the press, initially synonymous, were created. In America we even get this guaranteed as part of the first amendment to our constitution; your country may vary.
Printing was a major improvement over hand copying, but it is not a perfect information distribution system. The most obvious problem is the need for physical distribution of the printed materials, which was a major part of the cost. There also need to be enough readers amount of use to make it economical to print a given newspaper.
You'll note the hand-copying blob is still there. That's because it was every bit as practical to hand-copy things before the printing press as it was after; that almost nobody chose to do it for book-sized communications means that they felt they had a better choice, but the choice was still there.
To this day, hand-copying is still the preferred method of communication in many smaller domains, such as jotting down addresses, phone number, and simple notes. Rarely, if ever, does a truly new form of communication completely displace an older one. The postal service is not often considered as an important advance in the context of intellectual property, but in communication terms it is the earliest example of a information distribution service that was capable of reliably sending a single copy of something from one single person to another single person.
On a technical level, the modern Internet functions much more like a fifty-million-times-faster postal system then the more-often used metaphor of a the telephone system, so study of the postal system can potentially provide insight into the Internet as well.
Whether or not this pre-dates Gutenberg's press mostly depends on what you call the first "postal service".
Ancient China had a decent one, as did Rome, but the scale and universality of the modern postal services places them in a different league entirely.
The forces of technology have given postal services the ability to serve more people and allow them to send more types of things, culminating in that greatest of postal service triumphs, commercially viable Twenty Four Hours (2) - Imagine A Feeling (File mail.
That may sound funny, but it's serious, too. It takes an efficient system to make it worthwhile to simply send out a mailing to "Boxholder", and have any hope of it paying off economically.
We often ignore the media in which normal people can communicate with other normal people on small scales, because the large ones that we are about to look at look so much, well, larger that the postal service seems like it's not worth considering.
It's an important advance, though, and has empowered a lot of political action, direct sales, even entire industries that might have otherwise never existed.
And it has caused the creation of its own fair share of laws and principles. The postal service is primarily interested in the transportation of objects more then "information" per sebut laws have been developed for strictly communication-based crimes, such as using the postal service to send death threats.
The key things a postal service needs is cheap, reliable transportation and customers It needs to be economical to process each of these point-to-point transmissions, and this means you need to either make up the cost in scale as traditional postal services do, or charge your customers higher prices as courier services do. Radio and television which at the level I'm covering them are similar enough to treat as two aspects of the same technology are entirely different beasts.
With radio and television, content could be broadcast quickly, even immediately "live"to any number of people around the country or the world. The customer had to invest in technology capable of receiving these transmissions, but the general public found radio and television more then compelling enough to invest billions of dollars in.
Fast forwarding to today, we find that content with broad appeal can be broadcast profitably, news-type content can be broadcast multiple times per day entire channels can be dedicated MP3) what is essentially the same hour of content, like CNNincreasing the frequency of transmission to "hours" from "days". The schedules of broadcast content started its intricate dance with the American public as each started to schedule their lives around each other.
Radio and television also broke free of the tyranny of the written word. Radio was one of the first technologies that could handle sound directly the only competition are records and when you consider that a truly viable technology is a judgement calland television introduced the even more exciting world of video. It was a long time before this truly strained copyright law, as it was not until the 's that the mass-market consumer had any easy, practical means of reproduction of video via the VCR.
Concern about the equivalent of recording from a radio did not exist until the 's the ability to record a digital stream directly from a digital radiobecause the mass-market consumer did not have the technology to widely reproduce and distribute a recording with any quality.
So we can see that one of the pressures on copyright law is the availability of technology that can produce or reproduce content in a given medium. In all that he does, he prospers.
ZPoint is a simple and effective healing and clearing process. It has 4 main components that are described below. Also called a cleansing or healing program, this is just a set of action statements. The first time you use ZPoint, you will either read them, or they will be read on your behalf. Both ways are equally effective. The ZPoint clearing program is completely benign and is the basis of the process.
It tells everything else how to work together. You only need to read or hear it once, and it will stay with your subconscious mind forever. This is the part of your mind that stores dreams, past events, memories, beliefs and more. The cue word triggers the healing program to work. Like a light switch, it turns the program on. You can use any word as your cue, or change it any time.
Some good words are yes, thank you, and peace. ZPoint requires an imaginary circle. Also called a clearing circle, you can visualize it as a well, a pot, a hole, a bubble, or anything else. The releasing circle is simply a tool, where you intend put or imagine the feeling you want to clear.
Clearing statements bring up things in the subconscious mind. When you tell it to clear all the ways, it does so, without question.
There are several clearing statements in ZPoint. All are designed to reach every aspect of a feeling, issue, circumstance, relationship, and anything else you put into the releasing circle. With some other processes, you need to choose specific events or memories and clear their emotional charge individually. But ZPoint is so open-ended that it works well with general clearings. Your only job in ZPoint, after you fill the releasing circle, is to repeat your cue word.
Is it simple? Is it repetitive? But does it work? Yes, try it for yourself! This is a stream of consciousness piece. This is affirmative prayer. It must start somewhere, and the only place to start is where we are. Here, it starts with pain MP3) is physical, but over all, emotional. May this prayer facilitate your own shift in consciousness, whether about the words you speak, or anything else.
TranscriptJohn Ginter interview, September 30, Copyright mindjustice. No reposting. John Ginter died of lung cancer on October 24, He was He will be greatly missed. John told the hospice worker that he accomplished the two things he wanted to.
One was to take care of his German mother. And the other was "to expose the M. He knew so much about alternative press and issues.
In his true story below, John wrote about Dr. Schmidt, the chief psychiatrist of San Quentin who told John that they had used aM. Walker was the target of a missed gunshot by Oswald at the time of the JFK murder. General Walker, like John was known for his strong political opinions.
As a result of John's experience, I named Mind Justice. Here are two pages of John's court case, including an excerpt about the M. Device from his court case. For more on prison system experiments and abuses see Mind Control by Martin and Caul. From military officers to prison inmates, the ranks of ordinary Americans who claim to have been the unwilling subjects of mind control research continue to grow. I was a victim of psychological behavior modification experimentation because of my political beliefs.
I want people to know about my experience so that they may realize that the U. The National Security Act is being used to cover up abuses of U.
This experimentation took place at San Quentin inafter I had been in the prison system for ten years. It lasted for seventeen months, twenty-four hours a day nonstop and used a sound projection that simulated environments.
I was tested psychologically and the experiment was designed to study my fears, weaknesses and my reactions in order to develop a means to control people. This is hard to believe but a good comparison is the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments on black men that the National Institute of Health funded up to the s, Jones, Bad Blood, The blacks were not given a cure even though it was available. In my case, they unethically experimented on my mind rather than my body.
John Akwei, a victim but not a prisoner, has filed a court case that described alleged "remote neural monitoring and electronic brain link technology" Washington, DC.
Civil Action No The theory behind mind control technology is that the brain emits electromagnetic energy like an eeg that can be detected and analyzed.
Computers can correlate behavior and speech to the brainwave signals and the mind can be remotely deciphered.
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