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ALTA IR - 307 -Part 1 - Addendum

Asymmetric Language Trend Analysis Intelligence Report ‘Changes in language precede changes in behavior.’ By Tenax SE for HalfPastHuman.com

Note this report is offered for entertainment value only. Any resemblance between the events portrayed in this report and any developing reality is purely co-incidental and in no manner represents foreknowledge on the part of the authors of this report. Note that this information is derived from humans expressing themselves on the internet. As such, human emotional values and the words used to express them are being sampled and interpreted here, NOT THE FUTURE. Any resemblance between this report and future developments is entirely in the mind of the perceiver and does not exist in reality. The Authors cannot be held liable for accuracy of lack thereof in this report. Authors cannot be held liable for human interpretation of this report nor any action any human takes as a result of this report. Any human foolish enough to alter their behavior based on this entertainment-only analysis demonstrates themselves incapable of rational appreciation of reality, and the authors are explicitly held harmless and blameless for any and all such mental aberrations on the part of the reader. 08.08.2006 Note: Entities are identified by a blue typeface. Aspect words are enclosed in square brackets []. Attribute words/phrases are within parentheses (). Near sentences or concepts composed of both leading aspect and trailing attributes are single quoted '. Interpretive editorial comments are preceded by an asterisk *. Editorial notes are within {} curly braces. Data set distilled from 10.219 million reads. Our expectations are to achieve 70+ million reads within our bandwidth limitations. We expect a 6 part report series from this data set. Depending on the processing flow there may be a 7th part to the series. Meta Data - Layer Cake From YesterYear The 'unexpected' started popping up today, as 'expected' {ed note: cruel irony of expecting the unexpected} with the announcement of the shutdown of the BP {ed note: British Petroleum} owned, Alaskan oil pipeline. As I had noted with Geo. Ure some weeks back, Igor and I had reason to expect that the 'unexpected' would impact us directly. And so it is, the BP pipeline shut down has, in an instant, reduced the PNW (Pacific NorthWest) oil supply by over 80%. As if that is not enough, California, even southern regions, have had their oil flow reduced by 23%. Propane prices are already affected, as the local refineries are set up to process Alaskan crude, as noted in this NY Times article, and are *NOT* easily altered to accept 'what-ever oil' off the world market. We expect that 'encounters with scarcity' are just beginning, both here on the West Coast, and later, the rest of the country. The meta data layer of 'encounters with scarcity' resulting from this appearance {ed note: just the beginning, expect at least 2/two more days of this sort of level of 'stuff'}, will propagate throughout the country as the jet fuel sources for west coast airlines is now gone, as well as sources for other special use distillates in the area. The ripples will include such diverse things as the propane powered fork lifts, and other ports machinery all along the west coast which in turn will impact the cross continent transfer of China-wares. Further the impacts will also hit the diesel powered trains, and other shippers within the area. The expectations are for a multiple month impact to unravel, thus fueling the 'building tension period' with 'deprivation/encounter with scarcity'.

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Chart 1: Please note in the above chart both the blue circle indicating the current release bubble in which the 'unexpected' is just beginning. It precedes further release at a more strident level of verbiage right through the end of the month. Then we run smack into the wall of the building tension period just after the 'conflict' layer goes to meta data status across all entities. Note that this is also coincident with the current 'israeli madness/mistake'. Hmm. Any real wonder what TPTB are trying to pull off here? A 'wild day today' is how the local news has expressed the 'tone' of the day with the many fires, and other 'news' announcements out-andabout. In our PNW case, the impacts of the 'unexpected' oil pipeline shut down will come quickly. The various ripples are predictable. We expect that the first wave of impacts will reach the continental level on or about September 5/6th. Thereafter, we follow the advice of the truly mad, the wild eyed prophets of yesteryear who said, 'tighten up on that seatbelt boy, one wild day is about to turn into one hell of a year'. We expect the 'unexpected' from universe to keep dumping on earth for at least 2/two days, and likely 3/three. Thereafter the release rate stays at a slowly degrading plateau level until late on the night of August 18th, when once again, a sudden drop will take us right into the week in which several of the meta data layers begin going vertical in the various entities. These include 'restrictions on movement', as well as 'encounters with scarcity', 'duality', and 'secrets revealed'. The 'duality' seems to be instantly expressed here along the new 'oil island' of the West Coast. We are within an 'island' where there are essentially no cross mountain pipeline shipping. We expect that the first of the real impacts on our local oil island will impact gasoline, fuel, and other distillates also in the September 5/6 time frame. More 'unexpected' on the way. Given the immediacy values of the last few weeks processing, including the sharp rise of emotive release level summation values for the Populace/USofA, it would seem safe to continue with our projection that over the course of the next few days, that is, through August 13th, 2006, to about 19:23 hours Pacific Coast Time, the 'unexpected' aspect will continue to manifest. This is especially true for the Populace/USofA and likely will include those 'strategic' interests so highly regarded by the 'leaders/officialdom'. Further it is worth noting that as the 'unexpected' influence manifests over the course of time from 08.08 through to 08.13, it moves from the reasonably benign into the influence of 'violence' and 'shock' which will dominate the 'unexpected' aspect's support structure

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throughout the rest of its manifestation in August. For the populace of the USofA, the interpretation is that 'unexpected' and 'violence' will merge within the last days of the 'unexpected' peak for the entity and will include 'disruptive' and 'sudden shocks' which will 'shade {the} color' of the month. It appears that the 'reactions/results/effects' of the 'unexpected' manifestation of these next few days will also find an echo within the building period, and further that the 'echo of sorrow' will 'foam/foment/incite/whip' the 'revolution of Fall'. Hmm. Ok, fine. Heads up out there. Remember, as a result of the lack of large predators from above, humans are predisposed to *not* look up. So maybe now would be a good time to practice this. All together now, on 3/three, raise your heads and look up. Never can tell just when the universe will decide humans need a 'good whock upside the head'. Just to get our attention mind. Heads up. Expect the 'unexpected'. Oh, and as an experiment in radical linguistics, for all the USofA resident subscribers, just make a mental note as to how many times over these next few days, the 'unexpected' arrives in your lap. Vale, caput ascendere.

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