Monday, June 12, 2006

Catch Vampire

Obadiah, Obadiah,
Jah Jah sent us here to catch vampire

Here's the deal: this will be our temporary home, while I'm getting space organized to migrate off of Blogger. I hate to leave the original URL, especially since I can't edit the main page to inform surfers what the hell has happened and where the hell we've gone, but I've done all the troubleshooting I can do, and until Blogger lifts a finger I'm frozen out. (I don't know that it was a malicious attack, but my paypal account was hacked the same day I went down.)

So, until the new site is up, or unless the original blog gets unplugged in the meantime, I'll be posting here. (If you have a blog of your own, and readers we share, I'd really appreciate it if you would spread the word.) All of the old posts and comments will be accessible here, as they are on the original site, from the sidebar on the right. (Though I have about three months-worth of links to update, hopefully sometime Tuesday.)

(Of special interest for forum members: it's my intention to export it over to a PHP-based board on the new site.)

I hate it when media isn't transparent. I'm not interested in writing about computers, I just want to write with them. So enough, already. Let's start talking again about the stuff we're not supposed to talk about.

Just as soon as I get some sleep.


Blogger Et in Arcadia ego said...

Welcome to the new improved RI Machine..

6/13/2006 12:34:00 AM  
Blogger Et in Arcadia ego said...

As soon as the person(s) that runs the conspiracyarchive site know you're here, I'm sure alot of readers will find you quickly..

6/13/2006 12:40:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

good show, jeff. damn the man!

6/13/2006 12:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah! Seems like RI is back and better than ever. Need my daily RI fix.

Cyrus Tyr

6/13/2006 02:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, I'm sure these happenings are nothing more than a series of coincidences . . . .

6/13/2006 02:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

glad you've found a temporary harbour Jeff. No such thing as co-incidence.

6/13/2006 03:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Been a reader a long time and I must say that I think it was just a matter of time. You write about things that many are too afraid even to think about. I agree that we should get back to talking about the things we are. I hope that envolves the nine. Wierd shit. It's strange when you look at the significance of the nine around all of us in our daily lives.
Anyway. I'm sure that you have hit there radar. I wouldn;t really be surprised.

6/13/2006 04:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to Et in Arcadia ego for telling me about the new URL. Looking forward to reading your posts again Jeff.

I hope you have the domain name rigorousintuition, as I see it has already been snatched up for .com, .net and .org. I recommend Wordpress too. It is the best solution -- free or otherwise -- out there. I played around a bit with it a few years ago at one of my web design sites. Pretty simple and straighforward for the average user, and "rigorous" enough for coders to add some incredible funtionality.

I'm curious as to how your Paypal was hacked. Sometimes I have quite a bit of cash in my account, but I am always paranoid about hackers.

I'll post a link to this URL on my news update today.

6/13/2006 05:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being as Anon says, in that there are no co-incidence's, I'm inclined to agree. Blogger has gone the way of I.E., (Read:Internet Exlpoder ), which is to say, to shit ever since google fired Mark Jen as well as implementing such nefarous things as this: Google follows Yahoo: Restrictions Applied in China. Yes, it's all one big Coincidance.

6/13/2006 05:50:00 AM  
Blogger Ed said...

I've found you here at you new site and I posted a link on my blog. Looking forward to reading some of your thoughts soon.

6/13/2006 07:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank God your back! more high weirdness pleeeease

6/13/2006 08:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are some other Blogger blogs which I have been reading that stopped working at the same time as RI, so I don't think that it was an attack specifically targeted at this blog.

Of course, that could just be the cover. ;)

6/13/2006 11:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Regarding the hacking of your paypal account, give a listen to this podcast with a guy who calls himself John Dillinger as he details how easy it is to hack credit cards & bank cards, etc.

BTW, good luck with your new home.

6/13/2006 11:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is your intuition? It is not a cover, and it is not coincidence. The net is a threat to 'them'. Naturally, they WILL take steps to contain it. Doubtless specific plans already ARE in place. No announcement of official action will take place. An unfortunate 'worm' infection will systematically take over and shut down offensive web functions.
One day, your blogs will just not be there. And little or nothing will be said, because it will be a 'technical' problem.

Like with the voting machines.
"We are experiencing a technical difficulty, please stand by, stand by, stand by ..."

Our present little fiasco could very well be a 'ping' test.

be psychologically ready for this. It is just a matter of time.

6/13/2006 12:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Big sigh of relief to see you back - I've been calling you Rigint since the start, so this is familiar.
Just wanted to mention Whitley Streiber's latest journal entry, focusing on communication with interdimensional entities and its impact on us Terrans.
Interesting stuff! Cheers, it's nice to be home again. Connut

6/13/2006 12:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guess they had to 'F' you up during the BUILDERBURGER thang going on this week. But, don't worry. If a computer novice like ME can find you......... Keep on rockin' in etc. etc.

6/13/2006 12:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hawking: Outer space or bust.

6/13/2006 12:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

here's an article relating to a huge credit card/ATM hack that happened a few months back. I f anyone on here mysteriously received a new ATM card from your bank recently, this is probably why.

The unfolding debit card scam that rocked Citibank this week is far from over, an analyst said Thursday as she called this first-time-ever mass theft of PINs "the worst consumer scam to date."

Wednesday, Citibank confirmed that an ongoing fraud had forced it to reissue debit cards and block PIN-based transactions for users in Canada, Russia, and the U.K.

But Citibank is only the tip of the iceberg, said Avivah Litan, a Gartner research vice president. The scam -- and scandal -- has hit national banks like Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Washington Mutual, as well as smaller banks, including ones in Oregon, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, all of which have re-issued debit cards in recent weeks.

"This is the worst hack ever," Litan maintained. "It's significant because not only is it a really wide-spread breach, but it affects debit cards, which everyone thought were immune to these kinds of things."

Unlike credit cards, debit cards offer an additional level of security: the password-like Personal Identification Number, or PIN.

"That's the irony, the PIN was supposed to make debit cards secure," Litan said. "Up until this breach, everyone thought ATMS and PINs could never be compromised."

Litan's sources in the financial industry have told her that thieves hacked into a as-yet-unknown system, and made off with data stored on debit cards' magnetic stripes, the associated "PIN blocks," or encrypted PIN data, and the key for that encrypted data

6/13/2006 12:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Up until this breach, everyone thought ATMS and PINs could never be compromised.

This is a flat-out LIE. There are multiple attacks on ATM systems in the wild right now.

You know when the bank reissues their ATM cards, for some vague reason? They had a breach they don't want to report.

6/13/2006 12:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Citibank is the Rockefeller's bank. What are they up to?
The Rockefellers would never think of stealing from their own customers, would they? They wouldn't participate in a scam that would tend toward destabilizing the world economic situation while enriching themselves, would they?
This must just be another unfortunate difficulty. The Rockefellers are well known and ultra-wealthy. It is not like they would act like common thieves.
But then this is not a common theft.

6/13/2006 02:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jeff,

Sounds like you've got everything under control. Just wanted to let you know that my offer to help out with the tech still stands. Even if you just have questions you need answered. I didn't mention earlier on the forums that I'm in toronto, too, btw. Good luck sorting this stuff out... looking forward to getting back into my regular pattern of reading. :)

6/13/2006 03:26:00 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Welcome back Jeff.
And not to get you even more paranoid {g}, but last Christmas I ordered a book for you that you had in on your wish list weeks before XMAS, as I order many things from Amazon hardly ever problems.
This was the strangest order...first...can't ship it there on time, shall we still keep the order?Then..
Can't wrap it in time..can't find it....
They finally just canceled it, for no apparent reason.
Guess I will stick to pay pal for Xmas...
Anyway your work is excellent and very much appreciated here.

6/14/2006 09:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to see you're back up and running. I was starting to -fiend- a bit too much for my regular dose of RI.

Have you ever considered creating a 'best of' RI posts+comments and publishing it in some forum, either in print or online? Perhaps as a sort of 'primer for those new to high weirdness?'

At the very least I am hoping/assuming you archive everything, just in case it turns out that someone/somepeople do indeed wish to hamper your ability to put your point of view across, here. It wouldn't be surprising, but... I bet those in 'the know' probably visit here as much as the rest of us, just to see what weaving spiders can, will (and must) do.

6/15/2006 05:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I don't know that it was a malicious attack, but my paypal account was hacked the same day I went down."

I may be a lot more paranoid than most I guess . . . because I don't believe in coincidences.

The Bidergers tried to desuade Alex Jones . . . perhaps Big Brother is cracking down.

6/16/2006 10:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


6/17/2006 05:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woops...don't want anyone to think that 'ff' has a mysterious message. I'm just trying to figure out what program it is that makes you enter the letters and numbers before you post to prevent spam...and that was a test. But that step is no longer there. anyway, ignore the above.

6/17/2006 05:14:00 PM  
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great blog looks like my site
can i link you?

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Good stuff - Nosferatu forever. That's a sweet composite pic reverse cell trace

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