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Offline Daniel of Windsor

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Black Market Dinosaurs
« on: May 15, 2017, 04:46:48 AM »
(Note: This Posting is written assumed as FICTION, but may yet still be otherwise manifested as FACTUAL FUTURE EVENTS and may be treated as a vision-based prediction.)

It was an unusual day for the law enforcement agencies and news media coverage attending the live international briefing.
An investigator uncovered and successfully infiltrated a black-market smuggling operation across international borders going in and out of North America.
What was discovered, changed the world forever.
What was to be unveiled at the public announcement of this discovery, was an urgent race to defend the planet from ecological collapse.
Meanwhile, in the far isolated northern regions of Canada, a Barn Fire would release this terror upon the first to be eaten by it.

After introductory words were spoken, identifying the usual agencies and typical evidences involved in uncovering a black-market operation, attention was directed to a large object covered in red silk to obscure the nature of its identity.
Pulled back, what was revealed, was a dinosaur skull. Its identity: Nanuqsaurus, a miniature species and close relative of Tyrannosaurus Rex.
No, it wasn't a Fossil, dug up from some undiscovered ancient quarry of bones, it was a Taxidermy Trophy from a Live Animal.
Somehow by as of yet to be known means, this proved the scientific possibility that yes, mankind can bring back creatures from extinction.
Yes, even more so now than ever, with proof finally sitting for display before the entire world to see in this live broadcast, that dinosaurs once again walk the earth!

One week later, a desperate cry for help from the sole fleeing survivors of their native village, a mother and her children tell an impossible and horrifying turn of events to a confused and startled townsfolk.
Her village, had been eaten to death by a pack of carnivorous dinosaurs. Little T-Rex's she said, several of them.
When the RCMP arrived, there were nothing but scatters body parts to collect, just the parts they didn't like it seems.
A few made it to the trees, fewer captured photos and videos, until the screams were to much to bear recording. They never came down from the trees until the military arrived on scene.
Hours later, most of Canada went into one form of Lockdown or another, and by the end of the next day, North America stood still in reflection of the stories told by survivors.

The final clue as to how this became possible, was a lucky break witnessed by a small private passenger plane flying people and cargo out of another nearby town.
Smoke and wildfire had destroyed a forest and now revealed the location of a secret camouflaged compound, large enough to hold several elephants, if only.
Ironically, as if the devil himself had planned this day to come, when the news broke out about the skull, a fire broke out in the compound, killing the man responsible for feeding them, the plethora of Nanuqsaurus being cloned and bred in these mulita-acre compound facilities.
What the fire didn't kill and destroy, the rest escaped through the weakened structures. The subsequent wildfires instinctually pushed the remaining many into the Canadian First Nations Reserve.

With travel restrictions, quarantine zones, and martial law put into effect, the hunt began to re-extinct what should never have been possible to have occurred.
Man hunted Dinosaurs, but Dinosaurs also hunted Man, and Moose, and Bear, and Horse, and Cattle, and sometimes chased a few Cars around.
The problem was, that with the escape happening in just about the middle of freak'n nowhere, they couldn't be contained, and most couldn't be found.
Eventually, they successfully bred in the wild, and a native population began. The hunt to kill, became a hunt to scientific study.
Most foreign species can't survive outside of their native habitats, but Nanuqsaurs was naturally adept to North America already. It was a native species, just outside of its native time, so to say.
Sure, its natural prey was missing, but it quickly adapted to the Native Fauna of North America. Moose, Bear, Bison, Feral Horse and Cattle, came easy to its needs, living and hunting in small family groups, and scavenging for miles around.
Winter wasn't a problem either, being semi-migratory by region and having a distinct winter plumage, snow did not slow it down, just fatten it up a little!

Ultimately, and regrettably, since it was an effective predator of our modern animals and us humans, maybe too effective at times, a need was acknowledged to bring forth a proper substitution of prey, and to establish a game reserve to attempt containing the currently residing populations.
Mammoths were already on the return list anyways, and the government didn't even need to clone them, because the black market had already made them!
Further international investigations revealed an unprecedented network of cloning and breeding facilities around the world, each dealing in one specific animal or plant.
Due to the technology being so new, and some smaller governments protecting the black market dealings for profit, a deal was struck to regulate what species were agreed upon by The United Nations for trade and de-extinction and repopulation.
Blood, Bones, Organs, Furs, Skins, Woods, Medicines, for private collectors and aphrodisiacs alike, but now more than ever, for ecological survival of the planet!

A New Earth Began That Decade, but for how long has yet to be seen. Man, and Ancient Creatures, who truly was to rule the planet now? 


I have seen things that I can not give a befitting explanation or sense of reasoning to, do you know what kind of a curiosity that becomes of such a witness? So imagine who am I that lives this.....

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Re: Black Market Dinosaurs
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2017, 03:17:47 PM »
aside from entertaining fiction
unless the dinos have guns or something, they might not have much of a chance because it will be open season!
pterodactyl stew?
stegosaurus ribs?
a dream come true for big game hunters
i am more inclined to think our demise may come from something we can't see
such as renegade bacteria
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Re: Black Market Dinosaurs
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2017, 12:24:11 AM »
aside from entertaining fiction
unless the dinos have guns or something, they might not have much of a chance because it will be open season!
pterodactyl stew?
stegosaurus ribs?
a dream come true for big game hunters
i am more inclined to think our demise may come from something we can't see
such as renegade bacteria

Don't count it out just yet! Most "Big Game" Trophy Dinosaurs are much larger than our Modern Elephants, and their hide alone takes specialized ammunition to take down, and an expert marksmanship with full anatomical knowledge of where to put the shot. With thick hides, dense muscles, and easy-healing hollow bone structures, you'd have to stop and realize that Conventional Weaponry by use of Law Enforcement and Rich Dentist Trophy Hunters simply won't do the trick against a Dinosaur. Military sure, but they fight humans and technology, not Prehistoric Mega Giants, so its tactically completely out of their element. It's a curve-ball scenario that nobody is prepared for, especially if this were to happen in such an extremely remote location, requiring financial and political resources that were never designed or prepared for in dealing with such a situation as this to begin with?

To give you a current example, in Columbia in South America there exists a free-ranging population of African Hippopotamus, introduced as "private zoo pets" by notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. In ancient times the ecosystem then used to sustain a similar species of animal called Toxodon, but today is occupied by a self-sustained breeding population of Hippopotamus that is drastically changing the environment to its advantage, whilst also attacking local villages and introducing disease into the water supply. Due to the general isolation of the Hippos within the dense river jungles, conventional hunting and killing is for the most part out of practical application, and so population control by neutering whatever territorial males they can tranquilize, has been the only recourse by research biologists thus far.

Truth be damning, this instance of "secondary population success" in a foreign location is proving a concept of species survival strategy being considered by several organizations, a strategy generally referred to as "Species Translocation". When applied to the bringing-back of Select Extinct Species, humanity could theoretically undue its damages by bringing back what it had killed off, like The Dodo Bird for instance. Another example in The United States being the ancient "Hagerman Horse/American Zebra" now being replaced by Feral and Free-Range African Zebra, usually but not always contained on Private Lands for Trophy Hunting and Horseback Tourism. Even rescued African Elephants and Asian Elephants at Free-Range Sanctuaries are technically capable of going Feral, if they were allowed to live wild without human intervention in most of Lower to Mid North America, just as ancient Mammoth and Mastodon once did!

Now stop and consider for a moment, if a miniature version of a T-Rex like Nanuqsaurus were to suddenly go free-range in an otherwise undiscovered area of forest, breeding and eating its way across the continent, until finally some unlucky humans go missing enough to warrant an investigation, only to find the footprints. Most agencies can't even track an un-collared Mountain Lion worth a damn, let alone a Prehistoric Alpha Predator god forbid! Yet you think we have the guns, knowledge, and resources, to shoot them all dead? Let's end the Hippos in Columbia first, shall we? 
I have seen things that I can not give a befitting explanation or sense of reasoning to, do you know what kind of a curiosity that becomes of such a witness? So imagine who am I that lives this.....

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Re: Black Market Dinosaurs
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2017, 08:48:59 AM »
ok then maybe we will have to build large electric fences to protect us from the wild areas, the forbidden zones
like jurassic park but on a larger scale
surely the cities will be safe
should a large carnivore escape it would be targetted by the military
drones and fighter robots could patrol the perimeters
man is the more advanced species
those living fossils would get blown to bits!
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Re: Black Market Dinosaurs
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2017, 04:55:35 PM »
ok then maybe we will have to build large electric fences to protect us from the wild areas, the forbidden zones
like jurassic park but on a larger scale
surely the cities will be safe
should a large carnivore escape it would be targetted by the military
drones and fighter robots could patrol the perimeters
man is the more advanced species
those living fossils would get blown to bits!

Hilariously unlikely. Most electric fences can't even secure a herd of wild elephants, heck even wild lions have been known to escape them. Australia can't even succeed in fencing against Kangaroos!

In Jurassic Park, the entire electric grid was connected to a geothermal supply, which meant that INGEN was creating and supplying their own power, free and infinite except for upkeep. A simple hack job by a disgruntled employee took that down in one night. Right now in North America, every Nuclear and Hydro Facility is breaking down and in need of upgrading. This is how politicians are excusing their price gouging against the civilian population for profit, creating a societal scam by the government. This is how in absolutely no way electrified fencing could be used to contain a wild population of just about anything really, too expensive and too economically and politically impractical. Who Would Pay? Nobody, that's who. Australia could maybe get away with it, and some parts of Africa, but for the most part the Solar Supply would be insufficient to generate the necessary intensity of power needed to shock a dinosaur. Even a Chimpanzee isn't necessarily deterred by an electric fence at times. Ultimately, North America has too much lumber and oil rights to consider putting up such a barrier anyways, it doesn't want to make any prehistoric or nature preserve of any kind.

No, it's either a dead or let-live scenario, with no in-between. A single Nanuqsaurus could theoretically in a single day cover about the same territorial range as a pack of wolves, maybe even farther.  It would take a year to legally approve of fencing, another year to actually build it, give or take all the protesting and legal red tape for human roads, provincial and international boarders, and river navigation. Such an insane undertaking would change the entire infrastructure and economy of civilization. Now stop and think about all the native animals that would have been trapped with the dinosaurs inside these fencing perimeters? It's a bonafide way to cause a localized extinction, not prevent one? Unfortunately, once the dinosaurs get brought back from extinction and released, they become a part of the ecosystem. The best we can do is blend the past with the present, we couldn't practically favor one or the other.

Imagine if you're electric fence idea was applied to Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, and you'd immediately spot the political and ecological flaws in attempting such an endeavor. The animals and the people would be trapped and eaten, and the electric perimeter atop the mountain caldera would need constant upkeep. Eventually, laziness would win out, the dinosaurs would breech the mountain, and escape into all of Africa at their own pace. North America wouldn't be all that different. The best scenario is to introduce a blended ecosystem, half past and half present, so that prey and predator aren't mingling unfavorably across each other. The dinosaurs eat the dinosaurs, and the mammals eat the mammals. Population Control being the final check in the balance, and that's assuming that the wildcard knows as diseases doesn't annihilate the other.

Now that I think about it, maybe Fighter Jets could be used? Hey, what do you know? Now it's just a matter of rules of engagement, especially in urban areas where cop-shot can't do it. Humans Laws would be a nightmare to navigate in that regard. You can't exactly bomb a dinosaur in city park, and in the wild forests you have to find them first, and that takes fuel and technology at high cost. Might not be financially worth it, laziness all over again.     
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Re: Black Market Dinosaurs
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2017, 06:05:12 PM »
I think if they put a bounty on the dangerous dinos, they'd get hunted back to extinction (or close to it) soon enough.
Who wouldn't want to go big game dino hunting?
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« Reply #6 on: May 18, 2017, 01:01:00 AM »
I think if they put a bounty on the dangerous dinos, they'd get hunted back to extinction (or close to it) soon enough.
Who wouldn't want to go big game dino hunting?

Unlikely. The Government would be so law-stuck on this it would break them. Technically, no government can legally sanction the genocide of any species. This would ethically extend to any species brought back from extinction. However, the argument of "Dinosaurs had their shot, and Nature selected them for extinction" would potentially classify them as an ecological-industrial disaster, and so potentially could permit the lawful hunting of any escaped dinosaurs.

The problem is, who would be properly outfitted to do it? Civilian Hunters are for the most part banned from Military-Grade Weapons, and so Professional Hunters won't technically have anything capable of hunting anything larger than a Bull African Elephant, under the best of conditions of expert marksmanship by anatomical knowledge of the animal, weather conditions, and location of hunting regarding regulations and licensing. Nobody really knows what the Anatomical Density and Organs Location of a Dinosaur really is, not even Paleontologist who have access to bones, not organs or flesh. If the dinosaurs are running loose in Wild Unexplored Deep Forests, then only the absolutely best equipped could even make it to the location, assuming they even know how to find the dinosaur or bait it in. Then there's the matter of permits and zoning for weapons, hunting season, and locations that it can even happen at! This makes it that only an elite few are legally or practically qualified. Amateurs would simply get eaten or arrested.

If a Dinosaur simply walked into town, Cops have guns meant for people, not Dinosaurs. It would be an even more insane repeat of a rampaging circus elephant running loose, cops would unleash all their ammunition and still wouldn't be able to slow it down! Even worse, most of the shots would simply bounce off the muscle! This practically forces that The Military be the only capable responders to the crisis, short of a properly equipped research team with tranquilizers that is. Ancient Caveman hunted Mammoth with Poison-Tipped Spears, so a Tranquilizer Gun or a Poison Dart could work, but would be too specialized as an Emergency Outfit. Thus, Military Guns would be stationed in every town, along with a Tank and about 50 to 100 or so Soldiers. The catch: You can't legally have Military Combat within City Limits, that puts Civilians in harms way, and would be the legal equivalent to Martial Law. Your Rights basically end every time a Dinosaur walks down the streets of your home town, even if it's kilometers away. No Politician would allow this within an election month, ever. Assuming they did however, then how would they know how to do it? They fight humans, and bombing the homeland is tantamount to lighting your bed on fire while you sleep on it. Thus ultimately, Military Contracts of Expert Volunteer Hunters would be the likely option, because no Anti-NRA Advocate is going to allow Normal People to go hunting with Privately Owned (or rented) Military Weapons, awe hell no lol!

This creates a very slow race, because with only a handful of authorized hunters versus a stabilizing breeding population of dinosaurs loose in the wild, it's not likely that they'll do anything more than just go camping around city limits and act as predator-guards for profit. They'll get lazy and not actually go hunting in the wild for them. Otherwise, to use a current example, America wouldn't have Feral Boar if Hunters were truly the solution. Big Pig costs-a-lot and brings-in Big Bucks, and ol'Rexy eats Big Pigs for breakfast. In the event of Nanuqsaurus, it would be well fed on Pigs and Hunters and Cops and Soldiers and Civilians all alike! The last and final option left, is controlled biological warfare, using disease to wipe them out. Problem is, Dinosaurs are biologically Birds, so unless Bird Flu can get to them, then anything given to Dinosaurs could transfer to Birds and then to Humans. Hawaii is trying something like this with Possums, but it took years of biological research, which means that the Government would have to sanction its own De-Extinction Program and contain its own breeding population of Dinosaurs to figure it out, which would be nothing short of administrative hypocrisy against all forms of biological research and engineering. They would be sanctioning a bio-weapon program to wipe out a bio-cloning program that they are running in their own country, which is the equivalent of also flushing tax money down the toilet, or buying bullets to shoot yourself in the head with. Counter-productive is the key idea there, even if it means saving the lives of your own citizens.

It's not likely that Shooting them, Poisoning them, Bombing them, or Infecting them, is going to work. Humans and Human-Weapons just aren't meant for that!
I have seen things that I can not give a befitting explanation or sense of reasoning to, do you know what kind of a curiosity that becomes of such a witness? So imagine who am I that lives this.....

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« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2017, 12:04:58 AM »
So get this, turns out The Lost World Jurassic Park just had its 20 Years Later Celebration this week, who knew? So what do I do? I stumble upon a goofy fake-news leaked plot for a cross-over series of Primeval and Prehistoric Park. Not only did I think it an excellent idea for both franchises to get a reboot as such, but since I had all night I decided to marathon watch all six episodes of Prehistoric Park online. It was then that I remembered something that Steve Irwin frequently did to live-capture Saltwater Crocodiles in the wild, using a baited steel cage and a rope restraint to load them into shipping crates. It was then that I realized the strategy to solving the Nanuqsaurus Escape Scenario!

Assuming that a mass-escape of illegally cloned Nanuqsaurus were running loose within the dense wild forests of Canada, with on-foot live hunting and areal search and destroy being too costly and time consuming or for the fuel to be worth it, then long-term live capture food bait trapping and live transport may be a solution. Tyrannosaurs in general have an amazing sense of smell, actually being one of the best ever developed in the history of the planet! Assuming they'll be hungry and desperately scavenging for easy meals, then it may be possible to draw them in, much like drawing-in a feeding frenzy of Komodo Dragons. The problem then is the how to transport them once secured.

Using a combination of Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane, an experienced African Elephant Live Capture Team in collaboration with Zoo Staff, and Canadian National Railway Company, it may be possible to catch them in the wild, airlift them out, drop them onto a Train as cargo, and deliver them into a city where they can be hauled to a Zoo or other Private Secured Facility.

Step 1: By Helicopter air-drop the Live Capture Team on site and set-up base camp.
Step 2: By Skycrane air-drop the Food Bait Cage on site for assembly and activation.
Step 3: Nanuqsaurus smells bait, finds cage, steps inside and triggers the door close.
Step 4: Tranquilize Nanuqsaurus. Call-In Skycrane for air-lift.
Step 5 -v1: If Weight-Acceptable, air-lift to waiting nearby CN Rail for long-haul to destination.
Step 5 -v2: If Weight-Heavy, load onto Elephant Capture Truck and drive to waiting nearby CN Rail for long-haul to destination.
Step 6: Off-load CN Rail onto Elephant Transport Truck for Highway Driving to Final Destination.
Step 7 Optional: Choose an island in the Great Lakes Region and make a Tourist Dinosaur Preserve?

Anybody else got a better plan?                 
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« Reply #8 on: May 22, 2017, 11:10:48 PM »
It's just the timing of this, like come on, really?

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An elephant crushes a hunter to death after it is fatally shot
By Columbus Mavhunga and James Masters, CNN Updated 1:44 PM ET, Mon May 22, 2017
http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/22/africa/theunis-botha-safari-killed-trnd



Harare (CNN)A big game hunter was crushed to death after an elephant, which his friends had fatally shot, collapsed on top of him.
Theunis Botha was out hunting with friends at the Good Luck Farm in Gwayi, Zimbabwe, when they came across a herd of breeding elephants.
"The unfortunate incident happened when the hunting party got in the middle of a breeding herd of elephants and were attacked by female elephants," Nyasha Simukai a spokesman for Zimbabwe National Parks, told CNN.

Simukai said Botha, 51, was killed when colleagues fatally shot an elephant that then fell on top of him. It happened Friday.



Theunis Botha opened his business in 1983.
Theunis Botha Big Game Safaris has been operating since 1983, according to its website.
Simukai said the hunt, which was set to be held from May 16 to May 27, was legal.
"Theunis embraced his hearts passion and engaged in full time big game hound safaris in and around South Africa, adding private ranches in Zimbabwe and Botswana as new destinations in 1991," read the website.
Journalist Columbus Mavhunga reported from Harare. CNN's James Masters wrote from London. Hillary McGann contributed to this report.

If this can happen, a hunter being crushed to death by a shot-dead elephant coming at you in a rampaging herd, then imagine the pawnage a Nanuqsaurus would do to one of these guys? This is the point I was talking about when I wrote the reasons why hunters aren't properly the answer, because stuff like this happens, and dinosaurs would be way out of their league! This accident happened under the very best of circumstances, so don't be so confident in a truly wild situation against something bigger or more dangerous than elephants! That's what makes this hypothetical scenario such a frightening one, because fence-containment and hunting aren't so practical.   
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« Reply #9 on: May 29, 2017, 11:17:17 PM »
I can't stop thinking about this, it's haunting my mind. Either I've gone mentally insane, or this is a serious-level awareness of imagination gone hyper. I keep seeing a scenario where I'm at the mall or on the streets, and a Nanuqsaurus just shows up out of freak'n nowhere, and I'm literally the only person keeping it together enough to occupy its attention as everybody else flees for their lives. I rally together the security or police, I assume authority, and I direct them to contain and relocate the dinosaur, alive and without injuring it due to fears of the grandfather paradox. In this scenario, it's a temporal anomaly (much like the tv show "Primeval" that explains its origins) and there's a chance that others may have come through with it.

Assuming that I am grossly mistranslating the psychological information at a prophetic-level, then maybe the dinosaur could be replaced with a wild predatory dangerous animal in a public setting? Otherwise, this is too insane to be logical. I'm going nuts here!
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« Reply #10 on: June 05, 2017, 10:06:25 PM »
You know what, it's just this weird quirk of the Matrix I suppose, but every time I begin hitting the nail on the head as it were, the "Mr. Hacker" phenomenon occurs, and my computer technology just breaks down non-stop for days and weeks on end! Now I don't know if for all these years it's been a cyber attack, or if "the mind in the machine" starts having a seizure once I get on-topic to a potential future event, but it happened once again, and it's only now that I can assume it safe enough to attempt typing again without loosing the data mid-entry. I swear technology is too easily corruptible and self-failing. My computer has been repaired and replaced far too many times in the last two weeks.

As I see it, this talk of Predatory Dinosaurs running loose in our Modern World Today, should rightfully be a pipe dream. However, just as with Star Trek being the inspiration for the Cell Phone and the Medical Tricorder, it should thus be expected that sooner rather than later, Jurassic Park inspires de-extinction of selected species that are of interest to us. Legal or Illegal, finds a way.

In the recent Spring 2017 issue of Scientific America - Secret Lives Of Animals, is an article called RISE OF THE TYRANNOSAURS New fossils put T. rex in its place By Stephen Brusatte. In it, shows the family tree of the Tyrannosaur species, and features a handful of specimens including Nanuqsaurus. Now I'm being honest with you here, I was not looking for this magazine when I was in Devonshire Mall to go see the latest Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales movie, and even when I saw the Magazine I bought it for the Koala on the cover, I didn't notice the T-Rex Story until a little while later.  My point being, that even if I outright ignored myself in May assuming I was just delusional and bored, I probably could never have escaped the ever-increasing exposure to related sources of information, such as this magazine.

When a significant event happens, temporally in being past or future or present, it sometimes causes ripples through time and space, and these ripples have the potential to ghost-manifest themselves into the physical reality that it is passing through, as dislocated information seeks to associate and attach to like-coded sources of information that are stable and already structured. Think of it like a famous burned-down haunted house trying to re-manifest itself in an other house that shares a similar address and building structure and family history. It won't be exact and not all the details will re-emerge, but in-likeness-to it could override-manifest briefly and to a certain capacity none the less, especially if the invasive information is large and powerful enough to hijack the current state and structure of reality.

From my point of view, it may be possible that in the future, somebody actually did in fact successfully bring back a Tyrannosaur from extinction, maybe or maybe not Nanuqsaurus, and this event was significant enough to re-define the structures of timelines and realities enough to cause a self-correcting paradox loop shift. The future event happens, sends shockwaves of information backwards through time and space, which manifests itself into the past as minor events which cause the future major event to exist as it had already just become, like a future that defines the past for the sake of its own existence. The reason why I can realize this, is because my life has utterly stagnated into itself, nothing happens that changes anything, unless it somehow corrupts or alters the nature of the stagnation. Also, I grew up on Jurassic Park, so information-wise I'm already primed for future-code of this theme to blend into my reality compatibly, whereas somebody else who has no clue what a dinosaur is, would be incapable of realizing the shockwave of information that passed through them, and wouldn't necessarily be capable of seeing the subtle changes and re-organizations in details. I have the correct kind of imagination and placement in timeline to realize what is happening around me, and to see that it is coming from somewhere ahead of me as I am in this moment before it.

This shockwave of reality-altering information, is manifesting itself in more than just myself, but with others who in synchronicity are also "publishing" their own self-natural reactions to the impact! We all feel it, but only fewer can grasp it and produce to become within its developing emergence. Alone, I'm a nutter, but together, we speak and describe it louder than we could each alone. Only an honest and appropriate observer, the "visionary"/"prophet" of the scheme, who is capable can piece it all together. We each react in our own way, but at the same relative moment? I just don't have the luxury of coincidence. Re-read everything I've written thus far since May 15th, from it being coincidentally the 20th Anniversary of The Lost World Jurassic Park, to my elephant analogies suddenly finding their proving in the form of an unlucky hunter, to the Magazine Article adding further insight, we all chime-in to what is bringing it all together. As we each react, it aids in securing the new timeline of events yet to come from our point of view, but is only possible because it already happened ahead of our time. Once you see it, you can't unsee it, and it defines you. In this case, it is defining us all. We already reacted to it, and so it is pulling us in into its inevitable origin.           
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« Reply #11 on: July 02, 2017, 08:56:10 PM »
Reading back on this, it's actually the first time I've ever used Canada as a character in a prediction. However, since the Frigatebird on Canada 150 just happened, a possible timeline paradox event presently happening, maybe Dinosaurs/Extinct Creatures might actually soon walk the earth? If the timeline is screwed up, maybe an alternate version of events could happen surrounding Nanuqsaurus? Maybe, it's already here and we just don't even know it yet? I wish I was joking, but I'm not. I have to think this through cautiously and carefully. Assuming what I wrote on May 15th 2017 is just a piss-poor translation of temporal information on-impulse, then maybe a more-likely related update is about to come into existence in some form, living specimen or not? Just a reactionary opinion.
I have seen things that I can not give a befitting explanation or sense of reasoning to, do you know what kind of a curiosity that becomes of such a witness? So imagine who am I that lives this.....