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Brainstorming Topic #1:
Any ideas for combating terrorism we have missed let us know about your ideas,
Brainstorming Topic #2:
Recruiting POSTERS: http://warintel11.wetpaint.com/page/Posters%3A
Efforts to date::
Add any ideas, forums we could post to, email lists (legit ) etc.
If I am doing this wrong, please delete what I'm putting here -- I didn't see any other way to reply.
I post at several websites and have posted a link to this site. Also sent personal invites to a few who I know are "doers." And finally, I have blogrolled this site on my blog. I will continue to point people here as much as I can. Two such posts today are these:
And on my blog....
Here is a forum linked to the Anti-Jihad Resistance, a likely spot for recruiting.
Brainstorming Topic #3
Take out all the major command and control jihad sites.
I think we could mqake a dent.
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|solzanna||This guy made a movie in response to Fitna||4||Apr 8 2008, 10:37 AM EDT by geraldanthro|
|desertsnow||Individual preparation||4||Mar 11 2008, 9:18 AM EDT by Huginn_and_Muninn|
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1) Establish new web identity. Because I have a web identity consistently used for other activities, I have created another, with a gmail account, to use for what we are doing. Have already seen, in looking into the skachivai_dot_ru site, that a consistent identitiy can be tracked. Not only do I post on various blogs in my "normal" identity, I have used it relating to a couple websites I keep. One site sells stuff, so my mailing address and other information is pretty easily found if someone cared to look. Also, I don't want to attract the hackers to my websites.
The same concerns would apply to many of us. Maybe more experienced folks could offer suggestions re establishing a dedicated identity for this, and related considerations.
2) In looking at skachivai_dot_ru, I was quickly buried in information, so am contemplating making a database for my own use. Don't want to reinvent the wheel, does such a tool already exist? Because I use MacOS, it likely won't work for me, but I could create my databases in the same basic structure as an existing one.
How do others handle this abundance of detail?
3) Are there other things we need to do as individuals?
|StarCMC||Just weird - a computer program to generate fatwas?||0||Mar 6 2008, 10:39 AM EST by StarCMC|
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French Researchers Want HAL To Write Fatwas
from the God-of-the-machine dept
The Arabic Daily Asharq Al-Awsat reports that a team of French researchers are hoping to create an "Electronic Mufti" -- an artificial intelligence capable of processing the opinions of historical clerics and generating a fatwa, or religious edict, that answers novel problems as the human template would have. The goal is supposedly to generate "more accurate" opinions, not subject to... human... error.
This has the whiff of a prank about it, but if it's for real, it seems to raise intriguing theological no less than technological questions. Islam tends to frown on pictorial representations of Allah's handiwork, and in particular -- as the Danish Cartoon Fiasco reminded us -- of the Prophet Muhammad, a likely candidate for simulation. Would a simulacrum of the Prophet's thought processes run afoul of the prohibition on representation? One member of the French team, Dr. Anas Fawzi, assures us that Islamic scholars have declared that his project is not "haram," or unlawful. But something tells me controversy is inevitable. Either way, I find I can't help but think of the confessional CyberJesus from the George Lucas classic THX 1138.
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