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Post by nec_v20 » Fri May 20, 2005 5:58 am

Pitbull,
Actually, it is softare for video work. It is used for motion tracking.

Another euphemism?

Is that the up and down motion, or the to and fro? :?
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Post by pitbull » Fri May 20, 2005 3:26 pm

Actually it can be used in all directions. It's very useful for integrating with 3D applications!

http://www.2d3.com/jsp/index.jsp
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Post by nec_v20 » Sat May 21, 2005 1:54 am

Pit Bull,

so it's no use for 2D in the Scientological sense - you must be gutted.
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Post by pitbull » Sat May 21, 2005 2:53 am

Well, you could use it to impress women...
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Post by nec_v20 » Sat May 21, 2005 11:49 am

Pit Bull,

I don't know about that, you might end up with a rendered member. :shock:
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Post by joolie » Mon May 23, 2005 8:51 am

Hey Pit Bull,

Nothing to do with Mark Roberts Motion control is it?
will the real first Clear please stand up, please stand up!

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Post by pitbull » Mon May 23, 2005 7:21 pm

I do recall something when I was at St. Hill about someone doing something. Maybe it was Mark Roberts. As far as I know it has nothing to do what that.
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Post by joolie » Tue May 24, 2005 9:33 am

It's worth checking out their web site www.mrmoco.com Interesting stuff.

Mark's a good guy, OT something or other but not in good shape now, he started loosing his memory when I knew him and from what I hear is not in good shape now.
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VMs are at it after the bombings in London

Post by Sarah » Fri Jul 08, 2005 5:24 pm

in todays mail:

Dear Scientologists,

You must have already heard from the news what happened in London with the
bombings. Well, we know, it's a crazy world. It's the reactive mind in full
dramatization. And we know as well, that we hold the answers to
dramatization.

Currently our fellow Volunteer Ministers in Great Britain are doing a
fantastic job to assist all those either hurt directly or does affected by
this gruesome acts in any way. They are asking for your help. There is much
more demand for their help than what they can provie themselves.

Therefore we are asking you to take some days or a week to travel to London
and lend a hand to our fellow Volunteer Ministers there.

Please answer back right away to vmiceu@freemail.hu. Provide your phone and
cell phone so you can be contacted right away and directed to the right
place. We need you to leave very, very rapidly.

Best regards,
Tobias Kindlimann
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LONDON - DAY 3 after the bomb (VM news)

Post by Sarah » Sun Jul 10, 2005 11:48 am

LONDON - DAY 3

Today we have 138 Volunteer Ministers and Sea Org members in London and we need more today, tonight and over the next week.

As for VM activities we are giving stress tests and are selling books. Others are handing out The Way to Happiness booklets and 'Something Can Be Done About It' booklets. We have another team gathering food and drinks from supermarket chains who are donating this for the emergency workers. Our VMs are also distributing the food and drinks.
This is very much appreciated by the police and those working on the scene.
Another team has gone to the London Royal Hospital to assist there.
We have teams at each of the hit areas (Tavistock, Russel Square and King's Cross) and we have teams handing out TWTH booklets at these locations as well as in Euston Station.

Right now we urgently need the following:
VMs - right now we have family of those who are lost still waiting to find out what happened. They are around the sites and are totally keyed in.
We need to continue all the above actions and need to keep providing food and drinks to the police. They are working around the clock so we need a night shift of minimally 10 VMs to go out to London from 8 pm till 8 am.
We need at least 100 VMs in London every day.

We need funds:
This will help us to get and keep yellow vans on the road from where we can help people, provide food for VMs and Police, get the needed permits, get announcements on radio which will tell them our freephone number to get help. Your money will help us to get VMs shuttled to and from London and with £3000 we will be able to get the big VM truck on the road.

Checks are payable to I HELP UK - Saint Hill Manor - Saint Hill Road - East Grinstead RH19 4JY.
Call 01342 301 895 with your credit or debit card details.

Your help is needed. If you will come to London to help us then call 01342 301 895 (I HELP office) or 07963 886 522 (Field Control Sec Saint Hill Foundation).

Please spread the word.

Thank you.

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Post by hartley » Mon Jul 11, 2005 12:46 pm

Thanks Sarah, and also Tigger for reposting to ARS where it caught my attention. Now webbed at
http://www.daisy.freeserve.co.uk/stolgy_18.htm
along with other VM material.

Due to the long IRA bombing campaign London has well rehearsed and effective disaster planning. The only glitch this time as noted in the memo was in coping with distressed relatives of possible victims; this is being rectified following adverse press comment.
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Post by forkboy » Mon Jul 25, 2005 10:37 am

Yup and they were at it again the following week during the attempted bombings..

I was cycling to West London and passed by the closed off section just off Russell Square. VMs were giving directions to people though I didn't see any leafleting action or that. Was gonna try and take a camera phone photo but my battery died on me...

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Post by forkboy » Sat Jul 30, 2005 12:17 pm

I found this in the Times, regarding the new org building..

Turns out that its actually on my cycle route to and from work...



Sect and the City



THE City has an unusual new tenant. The Church of Scientology is, I hear, paying £10 million for the old BP building on Queen Victoria Street. This is the cult that counts Tom Cruise and John Travolta as adherents, the one with the building in Tottenham Court Road where they try to drag you in for “personality testing�.

The creation of L. Ron Hubbard, a fraudulent former science fiction writer, the Church was once branded by a High Court judge as “corrupt, sinister and dangerous�.

By an odd coincidence, the Scientologists’ new home is just along the street from the former headquarters of The Salvation Army, acquired by William Booth, the movement’s founder, in 1881. The building, has just re-opened after refurbishment.

What will they have to talk about, the two churches, in the local Starbucks? The Army is engagingly broad-minded about its new neighbour.

“Interesting,� says a spokeswoman. “It takes all sorts.�

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Post by forkboy » Mon Aug 01, 2005 9:59 am

Hmm... passed by it the other day and it looks totally dead...

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Post by forkboy » Wed Aug 03, 2005 9:17 am

forkboy wrote:Hmm... passed by it the other day and it looks totally dead...
Actually change that.. it appears that planning permission has been granted to turn the building into a "place of worship"..

Here's a link to the planning application details..

http://www.planning.cityoflondon.gov.uk ... PE3FHO2000

One thing is, the applicant for planning was HBA Ltd, what is this??

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