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5/1/15 Red Alert: Necklace and Mining + Vampire Barry
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Red Alert in the precious metals department. If a word has a surge score above 100, the sirens begin as long as there is support for the word in the rest of the run. The support words also provide context to what the alert word is supposed to represent (or at least that’s how it has worked in the past based on observation). Today’s word is NECKLACE, Necklaces are normally adorned by FEMALES, particularly when out on a DATE. The NECKLACE might even have a CRYSTAL, which makes it really GLOW. MINING is also relevant because the NECKLACE is normally made of a precious metal, such as gold or platinum.

So what does this mean for future headlines? The meme itself is very broad. We have mining and crystals, but we also have females and dating. Bottom line, I don’t know what our necklace headline will be. I do know that it’s not day residue based on this recent headline: http://www.forbes.com/sites/eshachhabra/...s-it-work/

Note: Does that necklace also store autism data?

Let’s go through the rest of the run because we have some really great linguistics. First up, the FAT FARM. They are MINING the FAT FARM! America is the FAT FARM, having the heaviest bodies on the planet. America is being mined for wealth.

Group 2 might actually be related to our Red Alert. That is, either the crystal market or the necklace market or, even more likely, the mining career field is going to experience a drawdown (i.e., JOB FLYING AWAY).

Jade Helm is at Group 3. If you want to know what the SNAKEs are doing, look toward the PROJECT/TRAINING and LISTEN carefully. Oh, and by the way, Israel is a key player in this PROJECT (i.e., AWESOME DAVID).

LINGO OF THE DAY is at Group 4. PEACE has officially been STOLEN by the VAMPIRE-in-chief.



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UP Words:     necklace mining fat farm giving garage female parking detailed worst symbol bother present match roads negative rocket similar dating glow crystal approximate job flying away unlike yes wide awkward cheating dare willing picture

DOWN Words:   clothes coffee notice town crash dance mirror machine project facing snake listen direction training awesome david moon gym truck wish boat toilet odd hate interesting according ruined daughter wallet mon peace stolen vampire barry
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#2
Hillary and the Russian uranium mines.

Oops. Hillary and the U.S. uranium mines that she helped Russia get access to.
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#3
Hey that reminds me....wasn't it Hillary that also led Chinese scientists and other foreign physicists through all or many of our nuclear weapons facilities? Oh wait, no, that wasn't Hill, that was Bill....AH HA HA HA!
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#4
LOL! "mining fat farm" giving "necklace" to a "female parking garage" attendant?! OMGosh no run has been this entertaining in awhile. Surely this will bring a headline, perhaps a celebrity spa is going to out some famous female.

Group 4!! is this blunt or what? Actually is a very self-explanatory. Did the bot run persona make a "Freudian slip?" I think so! yes Eagle1, he deserves a name indeed. Wink

Call me crazy but I had a hunch that "town crash dance mirror machine project facing snake" might be talking of El Paso Texas...a very fast, silly/fun hunch, am in a good mood for no known reason. (grin--such serious issues we're collectively facing together here, surprised of this good mood.) So....look what I found!

It's not dated but since this year Oct. 9 is a friday, I suspect this was started Oct. 9, 2014, Just six months ago. Can phone them and confirm or not. Not sure it matters, but cool to know per this bot run that El Paso was associated with "Machine Project" just that recently, IMO.

El Paso, the "machine project town" is indeed "facing snake" because Isis is just 8miles from them, across the border.

PS, it's even possible that we can find a reason that they "crash dance" refers to this town, too.

Also "mirror" applies here, not the word, but the meaning. This article says that the machine project will be "replicating these practices locally" (mirroring what's done in LA, etc.)

http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=74409
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#5
Most of Group 3 sounds like a "snake charmer", (project facing snake listen direction training awesome.)
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I expect this to be lame, but....can't resist throwing it out there because of the random, instantaneous way other hunches have come to me, and been good ones.

"David" in so many botruns. So, just thought to google the name with CERN as the first search term. No big deal of itself that a lot of folks with the name david have CERN pages and one female with that as a last name. What if...through one or some of the davids associated with CERN, we're going to learn some revelation about the thing, something really big? (Like I said, this is likely lame but.....)
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This is actually crazy!  I thought there should be something about the death on FRIDAY of Dave Goldberg, CEO of Survey Monkey and board member of Disney, who distibutes DREAMWORKS.. OMG!!!!!!!
3 days worth of DREAMBOT RUNS!  He fell off  a hotel treadmill while vacationing with family in Mexico and died.
crash...machine... training... David... Gym- 5-1
odd special must death process self important job ...falling sharing hotel ...GOLD  4-30
graph fri DREAM WORKer monkey jumping 5-2 (graph is what you do with survey (MONKEY) results, jumping=running on the treadmill, he died Friday

http://money.cnn.com/2015/05/04/technolo...l?iid=Lead


Admin adds additional notes:
- Technically, the death occurs on our second of three bot runs; however, as the above article claims, "But the circumstances had been kept private until Monday," which would be the 4th of May. This is significant, because since none of the details were released, all three bot runs were correctly predicting this event without public awareness (meaning that day residue was not present even in the bot run that took place after his death...May 2nd). In summary, all three bot runs were predictive, and not day residue.
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You bot a big "10" thumbs-up for this one. a treadmill?! man, that's hard to believe but...a hard fall just the right way? I vascillate between feeling gullible and yet not wanting to suspicion that nothing, literally is real anymore.





(05-04-2015, 09:16 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: This is actually crazy!  I thought there should be something about the death on FRIDAY of Dave Goldberg, CEO of Survey Monkey and board member of Disney, who distibutes DREAMWORKS.. OMG!!!!!!!
3 days worth of DREAMBOT RUNS!  He fell off  a hotel treadmill while vacationing with family in Mexico and died.
crash...machine... training... David... Gym- 5-1
odd special must death process self important job ...falling sharing hotel ...GOLD  4-30
graph fri DREAM WORKer monkey jumping 5-2 (graph is what you do with survey (MONKEY) results, jumping=running on the treadmill, he died Friday

http://money.cnn.com/2015/05/04/technolo...l?iid=Lead
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I'm floored.

Speechless.

Twice, your connections between bot runs and this story are just absolutely amazing. I don't know what to name it yet, but there's a new art that you just established. We need to somehow pinpoint individual words in the bot run and piece them together prior to these news articles. The information is there, clearly, based on what you just compiled. So the question remains, how can we hen peck for the right words to piece together prior to the news? I mean, look at this way, if I would have somehow given you the exact words you just published in a linear format prior to David's death, don't you think we could have come pretty close to establishing the headline before it happened?

But the problem is assembling the right words. Not to mention the UP vs DOWN word lists.

Everyone: Please start thinking about revolutionary ideas to somehow be able to sculpt out the right words for big headlines. Clearly, the bot as it is now gets us into the ballpark, but what if the automated readout were to basically list the headlines for us? There's got to be a way....There's got to be....

So fun thinking about the next big jump in our learning with Dreambot. This event, sparked by TwiceBlessed's awesome hit, could be the catalyst for our next big leap in our ops. Exciting! Thank you, Blessed! Wait, WE are the ones who are blessed by you being here! Smile
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Wow, what a thread! seriously so.

Was Dave Goldberg ever an actor, maybe never made it famous in the art? We have a run about an actor, says "jealous actor" but a previous word to anything does not have to be with it. Anyway, an actor breaks their neck. Remember that run? I just saw it somewhere, I think on page 5 of bot runs.


Apparently never acted. Found a bit more details bout his past here,

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...exico.html
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Now I am speechless Eagle! Smile I am equally blessed to be here. Being able to predict an event like this would be incredible!!
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Man, that's the truth! HOW to....

well, just putting this out here to see if it spurs any ideas from anyone. I have none right now, but this...

I'm becoming a fan of reading the entire lines together several times, of the UP and DOWN words. They are telling a story and yes, some words are to be ignored or weeded-out. Then, going to favorite news sites that for me are http://www.drudgereport.com and http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html .

Then, going back to a botrun and reading the lines like a story. Maybe! my imagination but seems that I've found that more words in a botrun may apply to any headline than had previously thought. Oh, but this has only worked a couple of times now. Such a new idea, but very fun to try.





(05-04-2015, 10:24 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Now I am speechless Eagle! Smile I am equally blessed to be here.  Being able to predict an event like this would be incredible!!
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I too scan the list a couple times and see if anything jumps out at me and bears more thought, or some remote viewing or incubated dreaming. I find it important to remind myself when nothing jumps out to re-read and consider other meanings to the words, like actor for instance which isn't just from the entertainment industry, but is also used in a business analyst sense as in a case study where the actor is a person who has a given part in a thing, be it a process, procedure or function etc. Then, with intuition fully turned on, I go hunting the news sites and see what jumps out. Sometimes I get a hit, more often than not though the bot run will trigger hits that form interesting patterns that hang together and beg more in depth study.
(05-04-2015, 10:40 PM)Nanny Wrote: Man, that's the truth! HOW to....

well, just putting this out here to see if it spurs any ideas from anyone. I have none right now, but this...

I'm becoming a fan of reading the entire lines together several times, of the UP and DOWN words. They are telling a story and yes, some words are to be ignored or weeded-out. Then, going to favorite news sites that for me are http://www.drudgereport.com and http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html .

Then, going back to a botrun and reading the lines like a story. Maybe! my imagination but seems that I've found that more words in a botrun may apply to any headline than had previously thought. Oh, but this has only worked a couple of times now. Such a new idea, but very fun to try.






(05-04-2015, 10:24 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Now I am speechless Eagle! Smile I am equally blessed to be here.  Being able to predict an event like this would be incredible!!
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Agreed Shadewolf, ACTOR is also used in the legal arena investigating participants in a case etc. So actor is not just theater.
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Chris, TB9, Nanny et al--> We are forehead slapping so about how threads, and posts with dreams/headlines are meshing and overlapping-
Is there anyway to check the software/excel sheets on the botruns for words/phrases that match up with a specific dream to confirm a predictive? Starting with say a special dream project like P Ano or such?
it may be too cumbersome right now, yet if it can be expedited it adds to the mix.
or
I may be missing the point here.
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I would be really interested in seeing a scattergraph of the daily runs to see how they group together in a model, and what connections there are in that sense. I know there's a way to get a visual clustering model happening and that would be really cool. Not sure Eagle1 if you have any specialised software that can do this or if something simple can be worked up in Excel. I'm willing to help out with this sort of data modelling as I think it will uncover previously unnoticed connections for us.

(05-05-2015, 11:16 AM)awakeneddreamer Wrote: Agreed Shadewolf, ACTOR is also used in the legal arena investigating participants in a case etc. So actor is not just theater.
Also
Chris, TB9, Nanny et al--> We are forehead slapping so about how threads, and posts with dreams/headlines are meshing and overlapping-
Is there anyway to check the software/excel sheets on the botruns for words/phrases that match up with a specific dream to confirm a predictive? Starting with say a special dream project like P Ano or such?
it may be too cumbersome right now, yet if it can be expedited it adds to the mix.
or
I may be missing the point here.
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Oh Shadewolf....what a phenomenal idea. In fact, that might be the ticket to getting to the new level of operations here. I'm trying to conceptualize how I would build this, but I see it as attainable in the same software package that I house the data. The hard part here is that most linguistics software packages build the scatterplot while reading the text. But ours is set up differently because we would be constantly comparing the trends from day to day. I would think that surge scores might be a vital component here because so what if the word made it on our list again if we don't know the magnitude or relational context. Anyway, great idea, and I do think this would make a substantial upgrade. I just need to design it and build it. I think it would be worth the time!
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Yes, if we could put our daily snapshots in the graphical form and have the ability to roll time forwards or backwards to see how the shapes and relationships change over time that would be super exciting. it need not be a super slick animation at all, but a frame by frame forward in time or reverse would be great, like the original cartoon-stick-people flip books. This could trigger all our participant analyzers' intuition just by watching the movement of the patterns. A key thing would be to instead of solely a dot on the graph for each entry, have the word so it appears like a word cloud when it's near other words, and if we could somehow see connection lines between word groups that could get very intriguing. The more connections between a few groups, the more related. It would allow us to triangulate previously only-guessed at connections. The connections between are just as important as the words and word groups. Another analogy would be like watching the weather models and satellite pictures of the clouds and infrared maps to get a feel for how the weather is likely to move over one's area. I watch those sorts of animated maps all the time and have a better expectation of weather that about to impact my area. This new idea for Dream bot should improve our hits and understanding alot!

(05-05-2015, 04:53 PM)Eagle1 Wrote: Oh Shadewolf....what a phenomenal idea. In fact, that might be the ticket to getting to the new level of operations here. I'm trying to conceptualize how I would build this, but I see it as attainable in the same software package that I house the data. The hard part here is that most linguistics software packages build the scatterplot while reading the text. But ours is set up differently because we would be constantly comparing the trends from day to day. I would think that surge scores might be a vital component here because so what if the word made it on our list again if we don't know the magnitude or relational context. Anyway, great idea, and I do think this would make a substantial upgrade. I just need to design it and build it. I think it would be worth the time!
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Yeah. Wow. Those are brilliant ideas. I'm trying to visualize how I'd take the corpus we have now and convert it into something like you're talking about. At some point, I MUST do something like that, but I'm pretty sure I'll have to pay someone else to do it. I'm not versed enough in the internet-based database functions, especially the html front side to interact with it. But you and I are thinking along the same lines. The more we talk, the more I realize how we are still in the very early stages of an exciting and long journey. 

So first step, is a solid and reliable website. (also, a simpler website that doesn't confuse the normal person or scare them away with complexity).

Then, a day to day lingo tracker that shows trends in the dream language. That shouldn't be too hard, but it does require a new tracking system that IS AUTOMATIC! We actually tried this before, and I gave it up because it was all manual....way too much work.

And then medium-long term...a useable access widget where users can mess around with the real-time corpus linguistics. Ooh, that sounds EXCITING!!
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