For the last three years, the Internet has been buzzing with talk about the Web Bot Project, a technology developed in the late 1990's to assist in making stock market predictions. However, much to their surprise, the program's operators noticed that the web bot began to correctly predict forthcoming cataclysmic events.
One of the first predictions came in June of 2001 when the program predicted that a life altering event would take place within the next 60-90 days. An occurrence of such proportion that it's effects would be felt worldwide.
Regrettably, the program's prediction proved accurate and the Twin Towers fell on 9/11/2001.
I had previously reported that the Web Bot Project was over and for sale. However, much to my relief, Cliff, the web bot project's creator, has had a change of heart and decided to continue on with the project.
For those of you who may not know or understand, Cliff has a brilliant mind, indeed. Peoplenomics reports that he 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."
It should be known that the web bot project's ALTA reports are being published and plagiarized all over the net and even worse, many fraudulent sites are selling fake ALTA reports. There is only one, folks. The real ALTA reports come from Cliff's site, Half Past Human. And the costs for running the project are heavy:
"The costs of the web bot project run in excess of $20,000 per month and we'd been counting on revenue from sales of the web bot reports to pay for bandwidth. . . and we're trying to figure out what to do with an $850 electricity bill."
These hefty operating costs mixed with the fraudulent sales of ALTA reports or the ALTA reports being openly published online almost brought the project down to it's knees. I know many of you are intrigued by the web bot project technology and I'd like to show my support to the project and to Cliff by directing readers to the proper source - to purchase the original ALTA reports and help raise funds to see the project continue on.
Take a peek into the "collective unconscious" that the Internet has become for mankind and check out The Shape of Things To Come ALTA Report, Issue Four for 2010/2011 which was released March 12, 2010. There's a minimal fee of $10 for a 40 page PDF report. This issue covers from July 2010 through mid 2011.
Cliff warns, "Reader Beware: Very very grim material indeed. NOT necessarily life enhancing."