There is no automated hacking software that can control crowds of people

Karl gmkarl at
Sat May 2 07:48:14 PDT 2020

Obviously it was anarchist work that destroyed my life.

For general signals thoughts,

There is an area called the Radio Quiet Zone where a telescope resides that
appears strong enough to map the natural emissions of matter in detail,
although I'm just a software engineer saying that.  They do not require
formal credentials for proposals to use this remotely-accessible telescope.

In this large area there are also extensive underground caves on many
properties, in the woods.  Volunteers for the NSS are mapping them for
sport, a many-decades-long work that I stopped participating in.

People generally move to that area because they are urgently concerned
about wifi.  They often burn their money up on advertised solutions that do
not actually stop the relatively-dense electromagnetic emissions of the
area.  There is a law against such emissions that hasn't been enforced well
the past few years.

On Sat, May 2, 2020, 10:07 AM Karl <gmkarl at> wrote:

> My name is Karl Semich.  I did the first reverse engineering for the "team
> python" open source world of warcraft pirate server.  It was the first
> server to handle most features and network packet types of the game.  It
> was taken down by disruption signed blizzard; I stayed anonymous.
> Later I got into Occupy Wall Street.
> I have lost my mind and _cannot_reliably_feed_myself_ because my body does
> not behave how I tell it to.  I am pretty experienced at waiting through
> hunger and gorging.
> I want to make this right.
> On Sat, May 2, 2020, 9:59 AM Karl <gmkarl at> wrote:
>> I've never been scared of death, so I'm not scared to talk about there
>> being people who are threatened with death to keep me silent.
>> But I am scared of facebook learning to train my brain to move my body in
>> response to javascript against my will, and leaving no record of it.
>> We have learned to no longer be scared of this, and resist it, but we are
>> still suffering.
>> What is next, over here?
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