Nine Nines for a Perfect 10 Solution ... Binary Resolution with Patrolling AIMissions
" John Smith 19 Posted Friday 4th November 2011 10:13 GMT in NASA: Martians likely lived underground .... "Hmm. Opportunities abound for the creative global arms corp. ....... After all if there are Martians, whose to say they might not be *hostile*? -> no one want an inter planetary war on terror but the price of freedom is external vigilance -> the only *sensible* answer is an expedition -> $100Bn should take care of the security situation.""
John Smith 19, Hi,
$£€1 short of $£€1Bn ..... has been floated, and is here again advised, as the cost to be paid to principled principal players in order to guarantee post modern alien security measures are not used and/or made known to be altered by others to create and deliver lunatic mayhem globally, instead of the measures, and further development of those measures and their powerful control protocols within ITs Virtual IP Methodology providing SMART Mentoring and Monitoring CHAOSystems for facilities and utilities which would assure clients and insure properties against such abuses as may prove alien and noble and unable to be countered.
Never was $999,999,999 better spent on a Beta and Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology Mentoring and Monitoring Clouds Hosting Advanced Operating Systems.
And the following Martian underground comment didn't make the El Reg cut yesterday, but is of course to be found elsewhere anchored in other places interested in the space with applications that drives the future with pure applied imagination and shared ideas made viable with positively reinforcing mutually beneficial support. And such valuable assistance can be as simple as there just being no effective opposition or divisive competition to hinder rapid unilateral progress in a field and fields which are fabulously novel .... and is something to ruminate on, over the weekend.
"Hi, Brid-Aine Parnell, [ http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/11/03/uk_cyberattack_response/ ]
I was searching in you article for the bit where it was saying, re cyber attacks on UK gov/Blighty, ….”Once we’ve sent a letter and had a chat, naturally” ….. because it has been my experience that sending letters and having a chat, [which are surely nowadays sending emails and having a Skype type session] about things which are brand spanking new and highly irregular and unconventional and extremely disruptive to the Establishment but which are of an easy second nature and nothing at all unusual to an alternative, and maybe even a number of alternative underground streams/radical memes, is something which the status quo is pretty hopeless at, even whenever intelligence service channels and cabinet office emails are used.
Invariably does that convey to those parties who would be the valuable parties of especial interest to governments and societies and services which are more than just very vulnerable, and are in reality, virtually defenceless, that they have a clean sheet field of play and can name their price for services to be rendered in order to provide required security. …… for they would be leaders in the field and leaders in a field that government do not understand because of their own ingrained programming in service to that which gives them their orders.
I trust that is plain enough text for all to understand the difficulties which the system and its old orders have, in these new changed times.
It is so nice to have a chat, for one can learn so much about practically anything and virtually for free, too."
Oh, and just so as not to leave any confusion or create any ambiguity with the above bargain costing of $1 shy of $1Bn, is that a payment for all the work that has been already done to be able to guarantee the future will be as IT and media delivers, and that should not be confused nor mistaken nor be taken to imply that it is also a contractual obligation for future works on third party behalf's, for of course, would their requirements be presently unknown and therefore would any such contract be impossible. Such services would be subject to future tender and therefore an extra cost to be considered and budgeted for.