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2010/03/10 - 23:15

The stories and information posted here are artistic works of fiction and falsehood.
I just felt like speaking out of my arse for a bit. If you think I'm being serious you might just be plain crazy.
It has come to my attention that some people actually think this is a serious post.
I would like to point out the disclaimer above the image. Yeah, it's been there all along bro.

I just watched SUMMER WARS, a movie about a single internet service (named OZ) growing so large that it replaced all needs for any other service (sup guys). Eventually it turned into the world's demise, when someone hijacked it.

What if I claim that this movie is a prophecy, predicting that this will happen in the near future? In fact, according to a calendar in one of the scenes, the movie took place during the upcoming august this year.

There's one problem though. The movie was about the OZ corporation, not Google. That's not implying there is a difference, however... The writer of SW was kind enough to leave a huge hint behind. Let's have a closer look.

Six familiar letters

First, we convert the letters into numbers. Each number is the letters' position in the alphabet. It also makes sense to sort the numbers, so they're in a decreasing order. We're left with:

15, 15, 12, 7, 7, 5

...which equals to "oolgge". Note how the O's are so pronounced, both now and in GOOGLE's initial form. And wow, look at that. The O's magically jumped to the beginning of the word. Just like in "OZ". Coincidence? I'll leave you to decide that.

Now, let's do some simple calculations on the remaining letters. How about...

(12+7) * 7/5

...? That equals 26. What is the 26th letter in the alphabet? That would be Z. QED.

HOLY FREAKING SHIT.

Google will take over the world, their security will fail somehow, and a script kiddie will take over the world. I just hope we'll be able to find the godly Hanafuda player before we all go extinct due to explodan atom reactors.

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