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1864 is when the matrix started rising
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05-31-2013, 09:40 PM #1
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well its when the A.I. first got triggered and by 1913
everyone was in the matrix by 1912-1913

Wild West Movie
Notice the Machines in the 1800's
Titanic Sunk in 1912
Federal Reserve Started in 1913
1913 the the matrix up and running
no wonder most of the first movies were westerns
heros always wore white hats
villians always wore black hats

cuz the matrix came about 1864-1913
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05-31-2013, 09:43 PM #2
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No mention of Lemuria before 1864
05-31-2013, 09:52 PM #3
Octo Mother Superior
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In the US perhaps? 13.gif
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05-31-2013, 11:43 PM #4
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well the AI switch got turned on by 1864 and then took control by 1912-1913
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05-31-2013, 11:47 PM #5
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1864 - The Vampire Diaries Wiki - Episode Guide, Cast, Characters ...
1864 is an important year in The Vampire Diaries. Johnathan Gilbert begins writing his journal..
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05-31-2013, 11:57 PM #6
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LTC1864/LTC1865 - Linear Technology
because the LTC1864/LTC1865
06-01-2013, 01:22 AM #7
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Okay... for the sake of argument, we live in the matrix. The question that needs to be asked is how can you trust any information you received from inside the matrix itself?
Would this not constitute a falsehood in a false reality?


06-01-2013, 01:52 AM #8
Octo Mother Superior
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But interesting point in time for sure. Finns were leaving the country by the tens of thousands. To become your forefathers, North Americans.

Quote:Parts of the country had suffered poor harvests in previous years, most notably in 1862. The summer of 1866 was extremely rainy, and staple crops failed widely: potatoes and root vegetables rotted in the fields, and conditions for sowing grain in the autumn were unfavourable. When stored food ran out, thousands took to the roads to beg. The following winter was hard, and spring was late. In Helsinki, the average temperature in May 1867 was +1.8 °C, about 8 °C below the long-time average and by far the coldest such month in the meteorological record. In many places, lakes and rivers remained frozen until June. After a promisingly warm midsummer, freezing temperatures in early September ravaged crops; as a result, the harvest was about half the average. By the autumn of 1867, people were dying by the thousands.[1]

The government of the Grand Duchy of Finland was ill-equipped to handle a crisis of such magnitude. There was no money readily available to import food, and the government was slow to recognize the severity of the situation. Finance minister Johan Vilhelm Snellman, in particular, did not want to borrow, lest Finland's recently introduced currency, the Finnish markka, be weakened. When money was finally borrowed from the Rothschild bank of Frankfurt in late 1867, the crisis was already full blown, and grain prices had risen in Europe. In addition, it was difficult to transport what little aid could be mustered in a country with poor communications. A number of emergency public works projects were set up, foremost among them the construction of the railway line from Riihimäki to Saint Petersburg.




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