If you've landed here, chances are you've heard of the Web Bot project. But for those who haven't, it's a project that's concept is aimed at tapping into the collective unconscious of the universe and it's inhabitants. But it didn't start out that way. It started out as a program developed to make stock market predictions.
There's a bit of mystery surrounding the Web Bot Project due to the anonymity that is closely kept and guarded by it's creator, a gentlemen who wishes to remain known only by the name of Cliff. According to the guys over at Peoplenomics, Cliff was a "senior programmer with a software company in the Pacific Northwest and besides being an SQL ace, he was also heavily into linguistics and a language called Prolog, which is more like an artificial intelligence language than anything else. After looking up the patent he held for the technology, I was convinced that this fellow was for real and might be on to something with the method of looking for linguistic shift on the Internet as a tool to forecast future events."
Now the Web Bot project isn't voodoo by any means, but at times it may seem so, "What becomes obvious when reading about the technology is that it sometimes reads a bit like the I Ching, the Chinese Book of Changes, because the technology doesn't come out and say "go look for a terrorist attack over there." What it does is it gives phrases that would be associated with how people talk about an event, or more accurately, how they change their speech to reflect their thought processes because of an event. The web bot technology apparently taps in to an area of "preconscious awareness." It's here that you run into the ramifications of Dean Radin's work at the Boundary Institute and the work of the Princeton Global Consciousness Project."
Dean Radin's mind bending work can be seen here titled "Time-reversed Human Experience: Experimental Evidence and Implications."
So, what conclusion did Dean Radin's work produce? According to Peoplenomics, "The mind-bending evidence in Radin's work is that in a laboratory, people begin to react to an event as early as 6-seconds before it takes place. In other words, if you are about to show someone a horribly grotesque picture of something, they will already be physically reacting to it before the picture actually becomes visible. Up to 6-seconds, or so, and within the confines of a lab! In quantum terms, Radin's work demonstrates that people are physically able to perceive 6-seconds into the future."
Amazing, is it not? "We are not human beings having a spiritual experience - we are spiritual beings having a human experience." And it appears that each one of us is internally blessed with precognitive instincts. Brings to mind the phrase "listen to your gut" as there seems to be some hard evidence that, indeed, our guts do speak to us. Those are primal instincts that each of us are granted by Mother Nature as a natural defense mechanism. However, our continually developed false sense of security within our culture leads many to ignore these God given instincts nowadays and chalk them up to "hooey."
"When you study natural science and the miracles of creation, if you don't turn into a mystic you are not a natural scientist" ~ Albert Hoffman
So, does Peoplenomics have a theory about how the Web Bot technology works? "Sort of. It's like changes in language precede large emotional events. The larger the emotional impact of an event, the more advance notice the bots seem to give. If you picture some pin holes in a piece of paper - and you imagine being able to look through each pinhole for a fraction of a second - with the objective of seeing the future on the other side of the paper - that's where the web bots are today.
Ever since Plato's Allegory of the Cave, people have sensed that odd things go on at the archetype level of consciousness. The web bots are a linguistic attempt to use the high data density of the Internet to sample language and seek linguistic shifts that we believe may precede events. The initial results suggest that language shifts on a macro level begin to occur 45 to 90 days before society-changing events. We believe we've demonstrated, most recently with the Northeast Power Outage forecast, that changes in language do indeed precede events - on a far broader scale than Dean Radin's early lab results suggest - and these subtle language changes are publicly available by massive sampling and analysis routine Internet traffic."
You may ask, "So why isn't the government behind this?" Peoplenomics explains, "We've decided to keep the project low key and out of headlines and government control. Even talking with the History Channel's production company puts us out at the edge of our desired profile. We turn down media requests regularly because we're not trying to sell anyone anything. Universe provides, we've discovered."
The Peoplenomics folks can provide you the information to answer many of your questions like where to find Cliff's site and the Web Bot data runs, a link to the Web Bot subscription page and a link to free daily Web Bot updates by visiting them at "Decoding the Past: Doomsday 2012 - Viewer Notes."
It's a great page that provides a lot of additional information about the Web Bot Project and gives you a glimpse into the brilliant mind behind it and the open-mindedness surrounding the project. "First, we are extremely clear that there is no witchcraft or woo-woo in what we do - it's hard core computer science and radical linguistics."
I'd advise anyone interested in or seeking additional information about the Web Bot Project to pay them a visit. Many thanks to Cliff, the Web Bot's developer at Half Past Human, and the folks at Peoplenomics and UrbanSurvival. I couldn't have explained it any better myself, therefore, I didn't try to.
"The Shape of Things to Come (2010)" is currently available at Cliff's site for a $10 fee and covers bot predictions from July 20, 2009 until July 11, 2010. Regrettably, Cliff warns "Very, very grim material indeed. NOT necessarily life enhancing."
When considering the Web Bot project and matters such as this - always remember, as a beautifully brilliant mind once said, "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocre minds. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence." ~ Albert Einstein