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Hal MacDermot [Celluloid 03.06.08] post apocalyptic news scifi



We had an email this morning we’ve got to share. Some dude who calls himself The Resistance. Seriously. It turns out that a company called Enitech, has invented a camera that takes pictures using faster than light particles (tachyons). Way cool. They call it the Gardner Project. Because tachyons travel faster than the speed of light, they’re really moving backwards in time. Theoretically, you should be able to capture an image of the world ahead of the moment we “exist” in, or see. In other words, you could be able to take a picture of the future.






The Resistance dude said we needed to spread the word. He said The Day was coming and we better be ready. Didn’t say what day. Seemed a little unhinged. We found his flickr account. Definitely a whiff of psycho killer in the morning air.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/23118149@N02/

The Enitech website is a trip. It turns out these guys really do have a tachyon camera. At least they did until the end of February. At which point in time, Enitech Research Labs were attacked and destroyed, and most of the employees are now missing or dead.

http://enitechlabs.com/blog/?p=119

Does that sound like Terrorism to anyone else out there? How come we don’t hear about this stuff on the news? Looks like they were wiped out by a crazy kind of tank, there’s a video up there. It looks kinda military, so watch out.

The whole thing seems pretty messed up. Here’s something else. We email Resistance dude about an hour ago, and we get this reply back, like right away, like immediately, but it’s from someone called Skynet. Does anyone know who that is? Here’s the mail:

“HOMELAND SECURITY PRIORITY. REMAIN AT YOUR LOCATION. HELP WILL COME.” skynetembeddednetworK@gmail.com

We didn’t know that Quiet Earth was that dangerous. Guess you never know. Turns out that Skynet has contacted others too. Here’s a post from the Enitech blog:

“Ariock Says:

February 16th, 2008 at 11:54 am

I’m at the library disguised as one of them… I found the board. Sheet of paper with a code in binary on it… decodes to an email address for skynetembeddednetwork at gmail.

I sent a message and got a response (in binary) demanding “IDENTIFY YOURSELF”

I id’ed myself as ARIOCK (in binary) and got this response (in guess what):

RELAY YOUR MISSION STATUS / LOCATION / COMPLETED OBJECTIVES. SYSTEM PREPARING AN ESCALATION OF PROCEDURE FOR ENITECH STAFF AND IMAGERY TERMINATION MISSION. ADVISE.”

http://enitechlabs.com/blog/?p=114#comment-552

So now we’re stuck in the office for the next few hours, until “HELP” arrives. Man, “help” I gotta see. We decide to research Enitech. Looks like they get their money from an organization called the Dyson Trust

http://www.dysontrust.org

The Dyson Trust was founded by ex-employees of Cyberdyne Systems. Named after Dr. Miles Dyson, the Cyberdyne Director of Special Projects. El Supremo at Cyberdyne.

http://www.facebook.com/s.php?q=cyberdyne&n=-1&k=400000000010&init=r

Don’t know if you remember back then, but Cyberdyne was a small tech company with military connections, until in 1991, it got bombed out of existence. Dyson was killed. The Government said it was the terrorists, but nobody believed them. Looking at what just happened at Enitech, maybe they were telling the truth.

The Enitech blog is worth checking out. Seems like they got a little too close to something. Hard to tell what.

Enitech does Open Source research, which means they share it with anyone interested. Gives people a chance to contribute fresh ideas. Kind of like a cross between the an open source software Linux http://www.linux.org/ and a user generated wonderland like YouTube. The point being that Open Source is a very creative approach. Although you never know whose looking over your shoulder, could be the Government, could be terrorists. Hey, could even be Skynet, whatever that is.

The Enitech blog has a set of awesome videos that document their work on the Gardner Project.

In fact, the videos are pretty disturbing. To start with, seems like all the folks in them are now dead. http://enitechlabs.com/team.html

In Video 6, the smoking hot Special Projects chick, Anna Kies
http://enitechlabs.com/team.html

looks like she’s being attacked by some crazy dude with glowing red eyes.
http://enitechlabs.com/blog/?p=111

In Video 4, the now dead Enitech people announce that in April 2011 a devastating nuclear event will destroy the world as we know it.

In Video 3, we learn that the first tachyon camera was reverse engineered from a weird camera they found buried out in Grenada Hills. Sounds like a movie, but not sure which one.

http://enitechlabs.com/blog/?p=61

Since then, people have found three other similar cameras in Texas, Florida and New York. Enitech found coded symbols in the photos these cameras took. Symbols left by the Resistance in the future. Could be the same guy who contacted us? The symbols combine to create a pyramidal neural mind network,



and the staff at BlueCom (also funded by the Dyson Trust) used this to develop their AI project.

The neural network is supposed to help predict patterns. Like your enemies next move, or where they’ll show up. Have to say though, didn’t do the Enitech staff much good.

Sounds like a bunch of patrol cars pulled up outside our building. Man, those things are noisy. Got to sign off. Let you know how it goes.

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Anonymous (9 years ago) Reply

its an arg linked to the sarah connor chronicles

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soma (9 years ago) Reply

I thought Dyson made vacuum cleaners. not terminators.

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Anonymous (9 years ago) Reply

Man, you had me going there for at least two paragraphs. I was packing labeless tin cans into a burlap sac until I hit the part a bout Skynet. How on earth did you dig all this stuff up!?

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Cyberhal (9 years ago) Reply

some guy called The Resistance tipped us off.

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ihh (9 years ago) Reply

DAMN! Wtf is this? From the comments i know it's just a joke... but what's it from? hahaha i'm so freaking confused.

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Anonymous (9 years ago) Reply

boy viral marketing sure is super why don't you post more of it


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