Happy Easter To Mac Users

Look carefully at the post below. ↓

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18 Responses to Happy Easter To Mac Users

  1. omanuel says:

    This Mac user does not comprehend Steve’s message, but joins others in praying that Easter 2o16 may signal the resurrection of the scientific revolution that:

    1. Copernicus started in 1543 by reporting Earth orbits the Sun;

    2. Caused Galileo’s arrest, trial and sentence of indefinite imprisonment in 1633 for support of heliocentrism;

    3. Recognized inalienable rights of Americans to establish or abolish governments in order to ensure rights to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in 1776; and

    4. Died when nations and national Academies of Sciences were united under the United Nations on 24 OCT 1945 to hide from the public the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima & Nagasaki two months earlier, on 6 & 9 AUG 1945.

  2. omanuel says:

    The “Death Warrant” for the Scientific Revolution was only signed on 24 OCT 1945:

    Billions of dollars would be required to stop the momentum of the Scientific Revolution in the West. After the USSR launched Sputnik on 3 OCT 1957, Eisenhower poured billions of dollars into federal research agencies to save the world from Soviet domination.

    In his farewell speech to the nation in JAN 1961, Eisenhower warned us those funds might be misused by a scientific elitist group to take control of US policy. That is exactly what the National Academy of Sciences did in directing billions of dollars from federal research agencies to support the UN’s IPCC and other parts of the UN’s Agenda 21:

    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2016/03/27/pulling-back-the-curtain-version-1-6/#comment-576543

  3. Steve Case says:

    So I went into the other room where we have a Mac, and I still don’t get it.

    By the way [Off Topic] the other day when I called in to Charles Butler, I should have included that CU’s Sea Level graph dropped the “GIA Corrected” note. I think this is a big deal, it’s something I figured they might do and that when they did, there would be a big uproar over it similar to when they added the 0.3 mm/yr in the first place. But nobody seems to care but me. Paint me mystified.

  4. pinroot says:

    Maybe he should have said previous post.

  5. Hifast says:

    Tony, where can I submit a bug report?

  6. jon says:

    there is no post, just an ad

  7. darrylb says:

    I do believe, Steve is indicating that there is a cost to having a blog like this, and the cost is shared by all of us in that we have to see an add from a source that each of us respectively visits.
    I may be all wrong on this of course, As to why it is specifically Mac users I do not know.

    I would speculate, that we all saw an add that is unique to us

  8. xyzzy11 says:

    Reminiscent of the emperor’s new clothes

  9. Because Apple likes to hide “easter eggs” in their apps and system.

    http://mashable.com/2014/01/23/mac-easter-eggs/#EdM_pP4ugqqs

  10. Lynn Clark says:

    Posting something like “Look carefully at the post below” doesn’t work for most people (or anyone) who uses an RSS reader as their portal into what’s happening on the interweb. Many (most? all?) RSS readers show only the current post in an ordered list of articles from all the site RSS feeds that they subscribe to, in whatever order they choose (most probably have them sorted in chronological order), so there is no visible “post below” to look at.

  11. Dave N says:

    If you’re reading this link:

    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2016/03/27/happy-easter-to-mac-users/

    You will not see it. If you read this link:

    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com

    You will. He’s referring to PBTC, which now has a Mac edition

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