What You’re Not Being Told About Wednesday’s Computer ‘Glitches’ | Off The Grid News

It is more likely that your car, using quantum probability effects, would leak out of your garage and show up instantly in my driveway an ocean away. It is certainly possible, but no one in their right mind would bet on it. … What interests me here is not so much the cyberattack itself, but the official reaction to it. I do not believe that the NYSE and Homeland Security purposely attempted to deceive the public. I believe that incompetence led them to their conclusions.”

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So not only did ‘anonymous’ make a ‘veiled threat’ to the NYSE the night before, not only did they celebrate and claim responsibility the day of, but now McAfee (yes, of McAfee) says that the probability of the ‘glitches’ really occurring randomly on the same day is one in a billion.


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