It’s all a conspiracy, says this guy who definitely ought not to give his name:
Before anyone asks, I do believe that computers exist because I am currently using one. We are just being lied to about how they work. We are told that computers use quantum mechanics and the laws of electricity to work but those are all built on Newtonian laws which are wrong.
In a computer everything is connected to the magical and illusive “CPU”. Nobody can explain how it works and we are expected to believe that all computing is done in some magical silicon chip the size of a fingernail. Have you ever tried to break into a CPU? Even a hack saw can’t penetrate that case, it’s as if they are trying to hide something. These companies have a lot of secrecy surrounding them, which is definitely suspicious. I have looked it up and it turns out that Intel and other “tech” companies are censoring this stuff from the Internet because they don’t want us to know it.
Only living things can think and reason, inanimate objects like rocks cannot think and reason. So why is it that computers, which we are told are inanimate, can think and reason? It just doesn’t add up. If you ask a rock what 2+2 is then it wouldn’t do anything but if I hold the home button and ask Siri what 2+2 is IT will respond “4”. Aperently the Wizards at Intel can use fictional physics to defy nature and people actually buy into that crap.
Just wanted to note here that I have broken into CPUs, sometimes intentionally.
So how do computers work? It’s a lot simpler then the mess of wires and magical microscopic switches Intel wants you to think is there. They trap spirits and force them to do a bunch of logic. Have you ever wondered why programming is called “programming theory”? If people invented programming as we are lead to believe then why is it just a theory? Answer: because they didn’t invent programming and in reality it’s the language spirits speak. I still can’t believe that people don’t question it when Intel says that machines can read, understand what it read, and do what it’s told. They say that computers always do what they are told but inanimate objects don’t do that, if you don’t believe me then tell stick to throw it’s self to you and tell a gun to shoot you. They won’t do it because they are inanimate objects, but the little squares of silicon Intel makes aperently defy this and they will do your taxes and pay your bills for you if you want. What a joke.
Here is some more suspicious stuff about “computers” that prove that we are being lied to:
Every “CPU” is slightly different in speed and we are told that it’s because their precise and consistent manufacturing process is making little mistakes and that somehow effects the speed. They are using machines to precisely make new “machines”, so shouldn’t these CPU’s rolling off the assembly line all be identical? In a car assembly line you don’t see cars that can naturally go twice as fast as another for no apparent reason. Clearly this variation is coming from the diversity of spirits they are using.
Also, why would a computer need power if it does no physical work? It makes no sense. In reality they use the power to help contain spirits and punish insubordinate ones.
It would be nice, I suppose, if this blithering hosehead found a way to make his mysterious computer do spellcheck: “aperently” doesn’t work, though apparently he can spell “apparent.” I’d almost be tempted to sic @SwiftOnSecurity on him, but I’m sure she has better (and likely more remunerative) things to do with her time.