Welcome! This is the front page of the WebbotForum. What is the WebbotForum? This is where the members discuss all things related to the webbot reports. The webbot reports are generated by the webbot project. This project is not connected to this forum. We merely discuss what the webbot project puts out.
What are the webbot reports? Grab your coffee as this may take a moment or two.
The bot project is premised on the idea that people are at some level psychic. This element of human precognition has long been quite nebulous. It has successfully eluded attempts by scientists and others to capture, study and use it for whatever purposes. The webbot project does not exist to prove whether or not this psychic ability exists. Instead it works to find this information of the future that is "leaked out" in daily human commuications. This is done through Asymetric Linguistic Trend Analysis (ALTA).
The webbot reports are based upon Asymetric Linguistic Trend Analysis. On the internet and world wide web people communicate with words in a setting called a forum. There are many fora on the web. These many fora are based on thousands of interests like making bread, gardening, Ford trucks, any of the musical instruments and so on. People gather in these fora to discuss the central topic of interest as well as anything else that may be on their minds in general or at the moment.
On the web there are little programs referred to variously as spiders or bots. These programs crawl around the web looking for all kinds of data. Google uses these to build their search engine. Their bots crawl around the web picking up URLs (links) and what is at that URL. With this data Google takes this data and converts it to information that people use every day to find that information on the web.
The webbot project does pretty much the same thing but the bot programs are searching very specific places (fora) for very specific words. These words form the "lexicon" used by the bot project. These words have specific definitions and people use these words to convey whatever it is they are thinking and feeling. It is this feeling aspect that provides the emotional component which is what the webbots gather. When the bots have picked up all they can carry they head back "home" and drop off all they picked up. These words are then dumped into a hopper (another program) to be sorted, sifted and, most importantly, compared to previous usages. It is in these changes where the trend analysis occurs. By the application of multiple algorithms in the program on these changes in usage that the webbot project is able to distill out information of future events. It is this information that is presented in the webbot reports. These webbot reports are available from http://www.halfpasthuman.com. each report costs $10 US. Past reports are also available there.
The Webbot Forum is a closed forum. Membership is available by personal recommendation or by direct request to the forum administrator. It is highly recommended that you already have read at least one webbot report or better yet that you are a subscriber to the bot reports. We do not really discuss nor debate the premise or process of how the bot reports are generated. Rather, we discuss the predictions in the reports and mark the events as they occur as well as directly and indirectly related topics and events.
Members have a very diverse range of backgrounds, professions and beliefs. Despite this broad diversity the members remain focused on the bot project. The many and varied backgrounds are immensely valuable in providing many different perspectives on the predictions in the bot reports and the fulfilment of the predictions.
Your membership is encouraged and should you choose to participate we look forward to your unique perspective!
Written by Alton