Big Bertha Thing corporate II

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From: Tony Lance 
Date: Feb 23 2005, 10:14 pm
Subject: Big Bertha Thing blogs
To: sci.physics.relativity, uk.legal


Big Bertha Thing Halfrail
Cosmic Ray Series
Possible Real World System Constructs 
http://www.bigberthathing.com/halfrail.html
Access page JPG 22K Image
Astrophysics net ring access site
Newsgroup Reviews including uk.rec.gardening

Detail in photograph of a model of Track on the Bottom Monorail Half.

Caption;-
Schilowsky's Monorail Car.

Extract from Chapter V;-
73. Another ingenious application of the gyroscope to a monorail car
has lately (Feb., 1914) been made by Monsieur Schilowsky, a Russian
inventor.....

So far as experiments have gone at present the weight of the gyroscope
is designed to be something between 1/10th and 1/25th of the whole
weight of the car, while the two pendulums together are about 1/3rd
of the weight of the gyroscope.

The author is indebted to M. Schilosky both for the diagrams and the
photograph from which plate IV has been made. A model of the car has
been presented by the inventor to the Science Museum at South
Kensington and can be viewed by the public at anytime. An article
on this monorail is to be found in the issue of The Engineer
for January 23, 1914.

From the book
An Elementary Treatment of the Theory of
Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion.
By Harold Crabtree M.A.
Formerly Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge
Assistant Master at Charterhouse
Longmans, Green and Co. 1923
First Edition 1909
Second Edition 1914
New Impression 1923
(C) Copyright Tony Lance 1998
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Big Bertha Thing handbook

 1. Handbook thread one posting long.
 2. Correctly attributed.
 3. Professional.
 4. Steet savvy.
 5. Well read.
 6. Appropriate.
 7. Source softly spoken.
 8. Solitary.
 9. More Sesame Street than Darth Vader.
10. Optional, optimal and optical.

Tony Lance
tonylance@big-bertha-thing.com

Big Bertha Thing corporate

1.  What happened to the guys on the most wanted list?
2.  Corporate America opened fire with an industrial
      strength denial of service attack.
3.  It was complete with worm virus.
4.  150K mailbox postings.
5.  Daily basis.
6.  Unlimited smtp mailboxes and names.
7.  Ownership of smtp mailbox provider.
8.  This is a proprietorial interest in Usenet newsgroup
     postings.
9.  Big Bertha is now on the list.
10. A sustainable defense would be nice.
11. When the guns fall silent, the battle will be over.
12. There were enough shells for 42 months, without
     recycling.

Big Bertha Thing binary

The defense is of course binary; the old one two.
You need two filters.
The first blocks mailbox entry and strips out the from
mailbox address, for disclosure.
It uses mailbox address or sufix to select postings.
The second uses partial strings.
Any portion of the mailbox address or subject line to
  select postings.
It flags them as deleted and moves them to the trashcan.
The trashcan auto-deletes before the mailbox fills up.
Lastly you need vacation auto-reply and a mailing list,
  with an smtp mailbox.
The replies from auto reply tell you which mailboxes are
  closed.
The mailing list replies confirms which mailboxes are open.

NB There may be another case with the same protaganist:-
http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=3e10cd57.0311261707.35b8cf51%40posting.google.com&oe=UTF-8&output=gplain

Big Bertha Thing spamlock

One of the filters used includes the hosts shown as listed below.
 1. These might be forgeries.
 2. These might be global players carrying out denial of service attacks,
      on newsgroup users, to further corporate aims.
 3. Each mailbox is one-way; it can send mail, but not receive it.
 4. To control the attack, some mailboxes need to be two-way.
 5. Microsoft.com was once on the two-way list, but seems to have thought better of it.
 6. Aol.com was once on the two-way list, but seems to have thought better of it.
 7. Yahoo.com is still on the two-way list.
 8. Forgers do not ever think better of it.
 9. This list was first compiled in January 2004.
10. The attack has now stopped, after 12 months.
11. This is one month after disclosure of mailbox logs, on usenet.
12. Denial of service attacks are illegal, so what is the FBI doing about it
      beyond prevarication?
13. The number of two-way mailboxes has been reduced to three major players.
14. Two of them are mentioned above. (Possibly all three.)
15. Microsoft in their recent unsuccessfull proposal, wanted the internet to
      use their patented software for identification of mailboxes. (Anti-open source) See
link:-
http://www.circleid.com/article/855_0_1_0_C/

List is as follows;-
advisor.com
advisor.net
advisor.ms.com
advisor_ms.com
advisor.ms.net
advisor_ms.net  
advisor.msn.com
advisor_msn.com
advisor.msn.net
advisor_msn.net
advisor.msdn.com
advisor_msdn.com
advisor.msdn.net
advisor_msdn.net
advisor.microsoft.net
advisor_microsoft.net
advisor.microsoft.com
advisor_microsoft.com  
america.net
america.com
aol.net
aol.com
bigfoot.net
bigfoot.com
bulletin.msdn.com
bulletin_msdn.com
bulletin.msdn.net
bulletin_msdn.net
bulletin.ms.com
bulletin.ms.net
bulletin_ms.com
bulletin_ms.net
bulletin.msn.com
bulletin_msn.com
bulletin.msn.net
bulletin_msn.net
bulletin.net
bulletin.com
bulletin.microsoft.net
bulletin_microsoft.net
bulletin.microsoft.com
bulletin_microsoft.com
confidence.com
confidence.net
confidence.msn.com
confidence.msn.net
confidence_msn.net
confidence_msn.com
confidence_ms.com
confidence_ms.net
confidence.ms.com
confidence.ms.net
confidence_msdn.com
confidence_msdn.net
confidence.msdn.com
confidence.msdn.net
confidence_microsoft.com
confidence.microsoft.com
confidence_microsoft.net
confidence.microsoft.net
freemail.com
freemail.net
microsoft.net
microsoft.com
msnews.microsoft.com
ms29.hinet.net
ms31.hinet.net
ms33.hinet.net
ms35.hinet.net
ms39.hinet.net
ms40.hinet.net
ms41.hinet.net
ms45.hinet.net
msa.hinet.net
netmail.net
netmail.com            Major two-way mailbox player.
news.com
news.net
news.ms.com
news_ms.com
news.ms.net
news_ms.net
news.msn.net
news_msn.net
news_msn.com
news.msn.com
news.msdn.com
news.msdn.net
news_msdn.net
news_msdn.com
news.microsoft.net
news_microsoft.net
news_microsoft.com
news.microsoft.com
newsletters.ms.net
newsletters_ms.net
newsletters.ms.com
newsletters_ms.com
newsletters.msn.com
newsletter.msn.com
newsletters.msn.net
newsletters_msn.net
newsletters_msn.com
newsletters.msdn.com
newsletters_msdn.com
newsletters.msdn.net
newsletters_msdn.net
newsletters.com
newsletters.net
newsletters_microsoft.net
newsletters.microsoft.net
newsletters.microsoft.com      Major two-way mailbox player.
newsletters_microsoft.com  
puremail.net
puremail.com
rocketmail.com
rocketmail.net
support.com
support.net
support.ms.net
support_ms.net
support.ms.com
support_ms.com
support_msn.net
support.msn.net
support_msn.com
support.msn.com
support.msdn.com
support_msdn.com
support.msdn.net
support_msdn.net
support.microsoft.com
support_microsoft.com
support.microsoft.net
support_microsoft.net
technet.ms.com
technet_ms.com
technet_ms.net
technet.ms.net
technet.com
technet.net
technet.msdn.com
technet_msdn.com
technet_msdn.net
technet.msdn.net
technet.msn.net
technet_msn.net
technet.msn.com
technet_msn.com
technet_microsoft.com
technet.microsoft.com
technet.microsoft.net
technet_microsoft.net
updates.com
updates.net
updates.ms.com
updates_ms.com
updates.ms.net
updates_ms.net
updates.msdn.com
updates_msdn.com
updates_msdn.net
updates.msdn.net
updates.msn.com
updates_msn.com
updates.msn.net
updates_msn.net
updates.microsoft.com
updates_microsoft.com
updates.microsoft.net
updates_microsoft.net
yahoo.com               Major two-way mailbox player.
yahoo.net