Sunday, 29 June 2008

Second Life found as series of islands in South Atlantic







Most people come to Second Life feeling like new prisoners to the Island. After all the Island was the coolest place English people went in the 1960s. James Bond probably retired to the Island and Turing’s suicide was faked so he could go to the Island and present a future IT plan to IBM.

But the thing about the Island is you have no idea where it is. The people who live there could be in the channel for all they know. One would imagine that such intelligent people could figure out their latitude but without knowing when GMT was back in marry old England you best spy and scientist on the Island was a clueless as any of their English countrymen in a sobriety competition would be.

Second Life is even worse, for as in the Matrix this massive computer intelligence has washed out the sky, and even worse replaced it with a uniform sky we can test to our tastes, from default to Desert Sunset to Funky, Funky, Funky to Gelato.

But enough with extremely nerdy insider references about Second Life to extremely nerdy!!!!

The location of Second Life in the South Atlantic has been determined based on Muslim prayer rugs.

Notice that the position of these prayer rugs in Second Life shows a clear intentionality that does not go with the layout of the room. Clearly the powers that be in this case knew where Mecca was.

Now obviously Second Life is not some other unconnected dimension since these prayer directions show a intentionality what would indicate they are of our reality. Also Second Life is clearly on our surface planet since we do not pray looking up or down.

In fact Muslims on the Second Life islands pray always facing NE, almost perfect North East.

Only people in West of Mecca will pray in this direction, so the Islands must be in a large body of water West of Mecca. And interestingly we face North, almost as much as East, therefore Second Life is actually South of Mecca, which is pretty close to the equator.

These conditions would only be meet if Second Life was in the South Atlantic. Some are now saying Second Life actually is an island in the South Atlantic once called Atlantis. Researchers in the paranormal and those with too much time on there hands are now rushing to actually spot the Island and those long Lost citizens, hoping to make a reality TV show to extend the popularity of Lost after BSG finishes its run.
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