6 comments on “THE SUPRESSION OF COMPRESSION

  1. ‘Died suddenly’ the day before his invention would have seriously hit a number of global companies in the pocket? Nothing to see here move along. Its a very familiar story isn’t it?

  2. Interesting post Jimmy. You need to get back to regularly publishing articles like this. I never know what is going to appear here, and even your fiercest critics must admit that the Outlaw is anything but predictable.

  3. WHAT TRUMP TOLD THE RUSSIANS WAS ABOUT A PLOT TO USE A LAPTOP TO HACK INTO THE ELECTRONIC CENTRE OF AN AIRBUS/BOEING & TAKE CONTROL OF WHAT THAT AIRLINER WOULD DO,& YES, THIS WAS AN ISRAELI PLOT FOR A FALSE FLAG SCENARIO, IN FACT IT;S BEEN KNOWN FOR SOME TIME THAT THIS COULD BE DONE.

    IN FACT, A FEW MONTHS AGO,A COMPUTER GUY IN THE U.S., WHO WAS HEARD TALKING ABOUT THIS WAS BUMPED OFF AN AIRCRAFT & PUT ON THE “NO FLY” LIST

    TOMATOBUBBLE

    FBI JOINS TRUMP’S ‘DEEP STATE’ COUNTERATTACK TO HORROR OF ‘FAKE NEWS’ MEDIA (TRUST THIS):-

    WHATDOESITMEAN

    THE DEEP WEB:-

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  4. Interesting stuff. In ‘The Stick of Jan Sloot’ Pieter Spronck explains why, in his opinion, this is impossible. I can see why, up to a point, but he does not mention the five algorithms. To be honest, I don’t know enough about complex algorithms to say one way or the other, but could each have ‘recognised’ and shrunk/ expanded particular parts or ‘types’ of sequences, sending them on to expand/shrink them in the next algorithm, then the next…
    A member of the board at Philips, “Roel Pieper, who is a professor of Computer Science no less”, put millions of his own money into it. A fool and his money?
    Philip’s own engineers were not interested.

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