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vector symbol – chevron

February 8th, 2012 No comments

The chevron symbol is used predominately throughout military, aerospace, and corporate arena’s.  The symbol can be traced to freemasonry as a 2 dimensional representation of over-lapping cubes or squares which symbolizes their rule over the square (also connected to the term double-crossed).  Another way to trace the image reveals something much more interesting with a deeper esoteric occult meaning.  The logos and mission patches for aerospace organizations and corporations depict a different type of vector symbol that may or may not be connected to the standard chevron.  NASA public affairs office claims the vector symbol is based off of a hyper-sonic wing design from the 1950′s.  However all other countries with space programs also use the vector symbol which nullifies NASA’s response.  There is more to the story clearly, especially when UFO’s with the same exact shape have been seen numerous times, such as this one hovering over mexico.

 

 

 

 

 

 

what happened to paperclip?

May 2nd, 2010 No comments


Here is an example of where project paperclip may have gone…

just kidding this is from a TV show about UFO’s.

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April 29th, 2010 No comments
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Placing a completely toll-free VoIP call

August 28th, 2009 No comments

Using an Internet Connection and VoIP Phones you can make direct IP calls without signing up or paying for any telephone service. Placing a call like this is usually done by technicians on PBX networked phones to test the connection between phones. This can be done with a soft phone or any type of VoIP compatible handset; as well as a POTS-to-IP bridge if you have an investment in your POTS phone. Faxing also works if the bridge support T.30 (Grandstream has support).

If you have a headset, speaks/mic for your computer then there is no additional hardware needed. But there is also support for audio over most IM clients, which you would likely be using.
Direct IP Calling does not allow one to call ma-bell phone numbers. This technology uses SIP Protocol.

To place a direct IP free call attach your phone to your network. Typically the phone is attached behind a router/firewall NATed in which case your router has a public IP address and your phone has a private IP. Soft-Phones will do this Read more…