Clif High has a patent on computer-assisted reading technology which allows reading from computer screens at up to 2000 words per minute. Reaching into other areas of hidden potential within language use by humans, he has been developing a system of software internet agents (like search engines use) and other proprietary processing methods to predict future events. The software project, begun in 1997, captures near-real-time changes in language patterns within internet discussions. Then, employing radical linguistic techniques of his own devising, he develops a model which anticipates future events with some seeming accuracy. The processing has, at its core, a method of assigning emotional values to complex content and time carry-values to predict changes in future behavior based on how people are using language now.
Since June 2001 when the work projected a major 'tipping point', that is a 'life-changing event' with aspects of 'military and accident' that would forever change the way we live to occur inside 90 days, the web bot project has continued to give archetype descriptors of future events such as the anthrax attack in Washington, the crash of American 587, the Columbia disaster, the Northeast Power outage, the Banda Aceh earthquake and most recently the flooding of the Red River. As a continuing project, reports are offered from the extracted archetype information at his web site, www.halfpasthuman.com.
Pioneer in the development of 'Exopolitics', Michael Salla discussed disclosure, secrecy, and changes in the way science and religion views ET contacts. In the first hour, Clif High shared a recap of some his 'web bot' hits, as well as presented some dire predictions for... More »
George Ure & Clif High presented predictions about the economy, and U.S. and world events for the summer of 2010 and beyond. Their predictions are based on High's Web Bot technology which gives archetype descriptors of future events by tracking language pattern changes within... More »
George Ure & 'Clif' discussed their web bot technology which has continued to give archetype descriptors of the future. They foresee a number of negative cycles/events converging over the next few years: In the first hour, researcher and filmmaker Suzanne Taylor talked... More »
George Ure and his colleague 'Clif', two self-described "time monks," shared dire predictions based on their web bot technology.Their method captures changes in language patterns within Internet discussions. This aggregated data is then processed with software to determine... More »
George Ure and his colleague 'Clif' shared their web bot predictions about America and global events. Their method captures changes in language patterns within Internet discussions. This aggregated data is then processed with software to determine various keywords, which they... More »
George Ure and his colleague Clif discussed their web bot technology which has been used to forecast indicators for future events such as the anthrax attack in Washington. More »
George Ure and his colleague, known as "Clif" discussed web bots, a new technology that they believe has the ability to forecast major world events. More »