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Old November 3rd 11, 04:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Tony Lance
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Big Bertha Thing moisture
Cosmic Ray Series
Possible Real World System Constructs
http://www.bigberthathing.com/moisture.html
Access page to 73K ZIP file
Astrophysics net ring access site
Newsgroup Reviews including misc.health.aids

Working Prototype of second phase Pastures software,
with 20 polyhedrons model and 200 buckminster fullerine molecules model,
complete with programs, source code in listing format and using Pastures
documentation.

Moisture Software Package.
(Based on Particle Structure Results Program, in Fortran 77.)
Sub-atomic Mesons, Baryons and Leptons Classification System.
(C) Copyright Tony Lance 1997
Distribute complete and free of charge to comply.


Big Bertha Thing virus

18th October 1999
Hi Chris,
Thanks for the Keyboard.drv, but Windows is still down.
The new messages are;
1. Clock General Protection Fault in gdi.exe (system)
2. Progman Ditto krnl386.exe (system)

Clock.exe see windows. Progman.exe see windows.
The two options seem to be, to try another four files
for windows 3.11 or save up and update PC. (130 pounds)

They have a nice 486DX66 16MB 270MB hard-drive 14" SVGA
and win 95, at the same place I bought the 386PC. It
is four times faster too. My biggest program takes 7 hours
on standard IBM PC, 90 minutes on 386 and 20 minutes on
486DX, which has a built in maths co-processor.

My DOS browser can read newsgroups, send/receive e-mail, browse
web, but not receive attachments, look up my own site or
update it.

Keyboard.drv worked, but closed down every app in windows,
so there was no way out. Clever that. The scrub round was
in the book, for bypassing emm386. Wait till boot up gets
to MSDOS loading and press F8. Step through Config.sys
line-by-line with y answer. It then goes through autoexec.bat
to last line of win. N answer drops you out to DOS prompt.

Strange to say I can still work on my science maths project
using Fortran 77 in DOS. Apps down with windows are Free Agent,
WS-ftple, Winzip, F-Prot, Anyware Virus, Chekmate Virus, FirstClass
client.

It looks like I picked up a macro virus off a wordperfect attachment
from e-mail of a guy in newsgroup. Three virus apps missed it.
It is visible in notepad view of file after saving with write.exe.
Isolate 386 and do not update site.

You might check that my site is still up, by the back door and let me
know the count. www.bertha.ndirect.co.uk/series.htm

It could not have happened to a nicer chap.
Thank you,
Tony Lance


Big Bertha Thing designer

Once there was Big Blue, Baby Bell and Pax IBM.
Now ther is Big Bertha, Baby Bill and Pax Microsoft.

1980 The Greater London Council, Central Computer Service installation
standards for IBM mainframe had standard date subroutines as mandatory.

1980 No standards for Prime minicomputer, so date subroutine for program
was written to be 2075 OK, by me.

All IBM customers and suppliers applied IBM standards. Enforcement of these
standards means that the following instances can only be designer
software obsolescence.(Smoking Gun features.)
1. First PC operating system DOS was written 1980 (IBM/Microsoft) No 2000
2. Next PC operating system MS-DOS (Microsoft) No 2000
3. Windows 95 enabled macro virus (Microsoft) admitted
4. Windows 95 macro virus written by Microsoft.(admitted)
5. Windows 95 macro virus released by Microsoft.(admitted)
6. Windows 98 enabled text virus (Microsoft) admitted
7. Windows 98 no product recall, fix is on Microsoft website only.
8. Windows 98 to release virus just say it exists and fix is on website.
9. 1997 MS-DOS 6.20 licensed copy sold for Microsoft with no 2000.
10. 1999 Windows 3.11 virus closes all applications leaving no exit.


Big Bertha Thing history

1st virus was boot sector virus, which was first sector of floppy disc or
start here sector.

2nd virus was program virus, which is enabled with on/off switch, by
operating system as primary function thereoff.(exe, sys, com)

3rd virus was macro virus, which is enabled with on/off switch, by
wordprocessor or other application software.(doc)

4th virus was zip virus, which is enabled with on/off switch, by
zip application software.(zip)

5th virus was text virus, which is enabled with on/off switch, by
operating system as a purely viral function, otherwise uneccessary.(txt)
Since 1980 the text virus has been impossible. 18 years to crack it, with
Windows 98 by Microsoft.

42 million Windows 3.xx users.
12 million e-mail only users.
Windows 95 not known.
Windows 98 not known.

Tony Lance

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Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro, sci.chem
From: Tony Lance
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 13:31:03 +0000
Local: Sat, Feb 10 2007 2:31 pm
Subject: Big Bertha Thing strategic

Big Bertha Thing strategic

Hi there,
Further to your concern on my 70K postings.
There is one posting per day, cross posted to two newgroups.
The contents are the results from my scientific project.
Another field of interest is spam attack strategic studies.
There are two grounds where off-topic postings are considered to be
on-topic.
One is a review of off-topic postings, which is linked to below.
The other is postings for the benefit of newsgroup users.
Results of logs of attacks on newsgroup users is also linked to below.
All postings can be filtered using subject big bertha thing.
Thank you for your kind attention to this matter.
Tony Lance


Big Bertha Thing rim

News from the Asian Rim front.
1. The basic mailing list has 2000 mailboxes. (two-way)
2. The rate of increase is 400 mailboxes per 6 weeks.
3. This gives 4000 mailboxes in 8 months time.
4. The 4th Battle of Cyberspace began on 21st October 2002.
5. There are 2000 new Yahoo mailboxes per 6 weeks. (one-way)
6. Each one has a Big Bertha Thing posting inside it.
7. These are not 2000 world-wide.
8. They are not even 2000 in english.
9. They are 2000 Asian Rim non-english.
10. The 8 months target is 10,000 Yahoo mailboxes closed.
11. The Big Bertha Thing web site shows that one field
of interest is spam attack strategic studies.
12. In theory the first three battles were unwinnable too.
13. The targets of all these mailboxes are newsgroup users.
14. Off-topic postings for the benefit of newsgroups are
considered to be on-topic.
15. Shi Tao got 10 years for email about China after Yahoo
named him to them. (see http)
http://www.out-law.com/page-6482

Actual Count of Yahoo mailboxes closed.
08/11/05 2108 smtp
20/12/05 1791 smtp
31/01/06 1587 smtp
08/02/06 Asian Rim posting published.
21/04/06 1258 smtp
13/10/06 263 filtered
21/01/07 90 smtp (new mailbox)

http://www.1-script.com/forums/Re-Bi...cle1957-20.htm


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.

http://www.bigberthathing.com/corporateII.html


Big Bertha Thing mailbox

Hi there,
To those who understand, no explanation is necessary.
To those who do not understand, no explanation will suffice.


Why rec.autos.sport.nascar?
It is one of 50 newsgroups used by the opposition,
from the 3rd battle of cyberspace. (see reason below.)


The 4th battle of cyberspace answers spam attacks from Asian rim and
denial of service attacks from corporate America, with copies to
rec.autos.sport.nascar.
Without copies to rec.autos.sport.nascar, there would be no spam attack
or denial of
service attack or even 4th battle of cyberspace. It is a bit like
the chicken and the egg. Which one came first? (See mailbox logs below.)


Did you know that a review listing off-topic postings users' profiles, of
newsgroups used and number of postings sent to each newsgroup,
is on-topic. Also that an off-topic posting on any subject for the benefit
of usenet newsgroups is also on-topic. One of my fields of interest is
spam
attack strategic studies. Strange to say but this is also on-topic.
Thank you,
Tony Lance

http://www.bigberthathing.com/mailbox.html

(C) Copyright Tony Lance 2007
Distribute complete and free of charge to comply.
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Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro, sci.chem
From: Uncle Al
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 09:12:07 -0800
Local: Sat, Feb 10 2007 6:12 pm
Subject: Big Bertha Thing strategic

Tony Lance wrote:

Big Bertha Thing progress
[snip spammed crap]

Idiot swine.

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(Toxic URL! Unsafe for children and most mammals)
http://www.mazepath.com/uncleal/lajos.htm#a2
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Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro, sci.chem
From: Tony Lance
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 13:58:31 +0000
Local: Sun, Feb 11 2007 2:58 pm
Subject: Big Bertha Thing strategic

Tuesday, November 18, 1997 10:04:23 PM

From: Tony Lance
Subject: Big Bertha Thing 1
To: FC Mods Discussion

From Bibliography of Pastures.(Optional)
The preface from
An Elementary Treatment of Gyroscopes and Similar Spinning Tops
by Crabtree 1909
Classic Cartoon and animated cartoon of
Animal Farm
by George Orwell

NB (2006) Stateside, all investment funding for super-colliders
is at ground zero; past, present and future.
Politics makes poor science.

NB (2011) Tevatron near Chicago switched off 2pm 30th Sept. 2011.

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