Subject: Re: Possible elimination of the PA system howling annoyance.
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 10:44:38 -0500
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Time to get your medications checked again.
"John Fields" wrote in message
> My dear friends and colleagues and all the rest of you assholes,
> It seems that we have picked up an annoying, parasitic noise source
> with periods of coherence occurring at random intervals for random
> lengths of time.
> No, not me _this_ time!^)
> I would like to suggest, and so I will, that perhaps the source of
> the annoyance might be retarded. or eliminated, by applying phase
> shift feedback into the system in order to destroy the
> near-real-time feedback currently enjoyed by the noise source. My
> belief is that by voluntarily delaying feedback into the system
> after reception of a noise signal, the many excellent intelligent
> transponders on this system could help to temporally confuse the
> noise source and cause it to become disorganized, thereby destroying
> its ability to regenerate itself and grow parasitically. Perhaps a
> few hours of delay, perhaps a few days might do it. What seems to
> be important to the parasite is that it receive energy quickly once
> it has issued an inflammatory message. Kind of like a cancer
> pretending to be 'own ship' and demanding insanguination. By
> delaying a response to the message the parasite will be required to
> draw on its own stores for sustenance and, if no response is ever
> offered, it will die from starvation. No loss at all, it's only
> ever echoed what it's learned here.
> John Fields