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Simultaneous Detonation of Grenade & Necrotemporal Distortion Rocket

Zak Smith
Jun 16, 2009

Simultaneous Detonation of Grenade & Necrotemporal Distortion Rocket

4 Comments

  1. These last two are really cool!

    Nicholas Di Genova, Jun 16, 2009 11:28
  2. This is going to be the biggest pseudoscience explosion since Ghostbusters.

    matt w, Jun 16, 2009 12:01
  3. Bored at work? Crave action? Why not fight tyranny, Road of Knives fans?

    Check it:

    stolen from Boing Boing

    The purpose of this guide is to help you participate constructively in the Iranian election protests through Twitter.

    1. Do NOT publicise proxy IP’s over twitter, and especially not using the #iranelection hashtag. Security forces are monitoring this hashtag, and the moment they identify a proxy IP they will block it in Iran. If you are creating new proxies for the Iranian bloggers, DM them to @stopAhmadi or @iran09 and they will distributed them discretely to bloggers in Iran.

    2. Hashtags, the only two legitimate hashtags being used by bloggers in Iran are #iranelection and #gr88, other hashtag ideas run the risk of diluting the conversation.

    3. Keep you bull$hit filter up! Security forces are now setting up twitter accounts to spread disinformation by posing as Iranian protesters. Please don’t retweet impetuosly, try to confirm information with reliable sources before retweeting. The legitimate sources are not hard to find and follow.

    4. Help cover the bloggers: change your twitter settings so that your location is TEHRAN and your time zone is GMT +3.30. Security forces are hunting for bloggers using location and timezone searches. If we all become ‘Iranians’ it becomes much harder to find them.

    5. Don’t blow their cover! If you discover a genuine source, please don’t publicise their name or location on a website. These bloggers are in REAL danger. Spread the word discretely through your own networks but don’t signpost them to the security forces. People are dying there, for real, please keep that in mind…

    p.s. Here’s how to set up an alternate IP to help Iranian citizens get around the government firewall:

    http://blog.austinheap.com/how-to-setup-a-proxy-for-iran-citizens/

    Zak, Jun 16, 2009 19:27
  4. tip #4 is real easy–just set up a Twitter account for a few days

    Zak, Jun 16, 2009 19:29

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