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#1 Mar 13 2011 at 12:19 AM Rating: Good
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This have come throught twitter starting by japanese post

http://twitter.com/#!/FF_XIV_JP/status/46814245622517760

and following by English ones

http://twitter.com/#!/FF_XIV_EN/status/46817134743007232
http://twitter.com/#!/FF_XIV_EN/status/46817175511629824
http://twitter.com/#!/FF_XIV_EN/status/46817229811101696

Just wanted to let you know ;)

also i think this might be one of the cases http://twitter.com/#!/Joi/statuses/46818560646979585 but of cores not only that.

EDIT: Ok and here is an official announcment from lodestone http://lodestone.finalfantasyxiv.com/pl/news/detail?newsId=25e1157a5113e8233b5598ce8525f31e04aa8529

2011-03-12 Important Announcement Regarding the Recent Events in Japan wrote:
To the SQUARE ENIX community:

As you know, Japan has been hit with a terrible disaster this week. We have received and greatly appreciate all the kind words of concern from our fans and players.

As a result of the earthquake, we temporarily may have to shut down the servers hosting FINAL FANTASY XI and FINAL FANTASY XIV.

We are now analyzing the situation and studying very hard what we can do to fulfill our social responsibilities under the unusual circumstances, and to mitigate the inconvenience to our players. According to our best estimate at this point, we will temporarily have to shut down the servers shortly. We will give you as much advance notice as possible under the rapidly changing circumstances. If the servers are shut down, we will try to provide updates in the Information section of our Official Website below.

FINAL FANTASY XIV , The Lodestone: http://lodestone.finalfantasyxiv.com/
FINAL FANTASY XI Official Website: http://www.playonline.com/

We sincerely apologize and appreciate your understanding.

Sincerely,
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Edited, Mar 13th 2011 1:29am by EmiyaShirou
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Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.
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Just got a system message ingame saying they may have to shut down the servers for XI and XIV and that they will give as much warning as possible.

EDIT: Same notice in the OP.

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Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. **** em.
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Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


Dude I am jealous of your ranks!
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Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


Sarcasm is hard to detect on the internet, but I'm pretty sure said people would have left the game regardless, especially people with multiple rank 50s Smiley: grin

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It's a shame if this happens, but I believe it mentions something about natural disasters or whatnot in the ToS doesn't it? About how SE can't be held responsible for terminating service due to acts of God. I can't recall where but I believe it does. Anyway, I say let them do what they gotta do, things over there are far more important to take care of than our fix in a fantasy world.

Currently I've taken a break from the game myself, so in a way having the servers inaccessible to me might help. I'll be ready and set to go as soon as they come back up again.
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So are we talking about hours or days?
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So are we talking about hours or days?


Current Situation:

At least 400 confirmed dead, thousands possible.
3 Nuclear plants are near meltdown status
Rolling Blackouts imminent
Over 300 aftershocks, including upwards of 7.9 magnitude.
Said aftershocks increase more tsunami possibilities

I'd say a **** long time depending on how long it takes for power stability.
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#12 Mar 13 2011 at 1:22 AM Rating: Default
Ugh...I feel horrible about this, but this really ticks me off...I was planning on an all-nighter on FFXIV...I understand the situation and am sympathetic, but this really is irritating.

Oh well, I guess the man upstairs doesn't want me playing FFXIV tonight. ; ;

Hope everything gets straightened out soon over there, this is kind of depressing.

EDIT: Guess I will read up on the situation some more, I do have some friends in the ********* Prefecture(Province? not sure which is correct...) anyone know if Aizu got hit hard?

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:24am by StateAlchemist2

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:29am by StateAlchemist2
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UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
So are we talking about hours or days?

We don't know but judging from the situation that is in Japan (Mostly my sources are TV - NHK WORLD and Twitter) i think it will takes days. The things there are so much devastated that it will take horrifying amount of time to get this country running normally again. And also as you know there is this power plant issue there and some of the ones that are closed have been turned off as well for our own safety (not only Japan but all the world). And that massage you saw about blackouts and power saving. So it might take days, week or more.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:24am by EmiyaShirou
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I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife
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There are already blackouts. With the 4 nuclear plants that were shutdown, 15-30% of the nations power is off-line. The one plant in question has 4 reactors, 3 of which are the concern. I've been watching the news non-stop since Friday (since in Japan and all). Actually, I'm amazed SE has kept the servers up this long. The government just announced they would be turning off electrical services to all the nations mounuments/parks earlier today to help ease the power grid's burden.

News is reporting 2800 dead/missing, but emergency crews (from all over the world) haven't been able to get into all the affected areas. The tsunami wiped out all the roads leading in to most of these areas. They have been searching by air with helicopters, but there's only so many of those.

They did pick one person out of the ocean earlier today, he had been swept out by the tsunami and was on one of the huge floating debris fields.

I easily see several days of the servers being down. Every little bit can and will help in my book.
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UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.
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Mistress Theonehio wrote:
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


I know what you mean but all your eggs in one basket and the basket is chillin on a major fault line seems a little silly for a major corp to gamble with.
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#18 Mar 13 2011 at 1:39 AM Rating: Decent
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
Mistress Theonehio wrote:
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


I know what you mean but all your eggs in one basket and the basket is chillin on a major fault line seems a little silly for a major corp to gamble with.

I'd reply "insurance" but I am guessing all the insurances' eggs are in the same basket... :x

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:39am by StateAlchemist2
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http://lodestone.finalfantasyxiv.com/pl/news/detail?newsId=5dff88cfd260fd4cbe729ae70550163846399ef0 looks like its going down for at least a week
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Due to the continuous earthquakes occurring in the eastern regions of Japan since Mar. 11, 2011, the power companies in Japan have encouraged everyone to cooperate by conserving as much energy as possible as it is feared there will not be enough power supply. Based on the current situation, we have decided to shut down the game servers temporarily, and therefore to suspend services of FINAL FANTASY XIV, FINAL FANTASY XI, and PlayOnline temporarily.

The services will be temporarily suspended for at least a week starting on Mar. 13, 2011 3:00 (PDT). We will provide an update regarding the reinstatement of the service as additional information becomes available. In connection with the temporary suspension of services, players will not be billed for any PlayOnline service throughout the April billing cycle. Additional information regarding this matter will also be posted as it becomes available.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your understanding of this unusual situations.

[Date & Time]
A week starting from Mar. 13, 2011 3:00 (PDT)

[Affected Service]
- FINAL FANTASY XIV
- FINAL FANTASY XI
- PlayOnline

* Additionally, the following services are currently unavailable:

- Friend List Plus
- FINAL FANTASY XI Linkshell Community Beta Version
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- Community Site Link Registration: Owner Menu

* Please be advised that we will continue to operate the official websites, FINAL FANTASY XIV Lodestone, forums, and the SQUARE ENIX Support Center to be able provide our customers with updates on the current situation.
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TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY (TEPCO)’s home page:

A big earthquake occurred in the northern part of Japan at 2:46PM of March 11th 2011. Because TEPCO's facilities have been seriously damaged, power shortage may occur.
TEPCO appreciates customers' cooperation in reducing electricity usage by avoiding using unnecessary lighting and electrical equipment.
We are taking all measures to restore power, however, we expect extremely challenging situation in power supply for a while. We kindly ask our customers to cooperate with us in reducing usage of power.
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So, for now It will be a week, but how much it will take in overal, no one knows.
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Reading through the various news stories, the losses of life and infrastructure the Japanese have suffered, and continue to suffer, breaks your heart.
Any inconvenience to the FFXI/FFXIV community due to inaccessibility is nothing in comparison to the devastation experienced in Japan.

My sincerest condolences to all of the Japanese community we have come to know through adventures in Vanadiel, and Ezorea, as well as all of Japan.

I know I speak for the NA community in general when I say we are saddened by your losses, yet inspired by your strength and resolve during this tragedy.

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UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


Obviously they need to store their servers on the moon.
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Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Mistress Theonehio wrote:
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


Obviously they need to store their servers on the moon.



You know those craters didn't come stock, right?
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Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Mistress Theonehio wrote:
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


Obviously they need to store their servers on the moon.
I'm pretty sure that Mars doesn't have an active core, either, so that would work.
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Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. @#%^ em.



I don't think it would be because of the servers going down. It may just be something like the straw that broke the camels back. Lots of people were kind of on the fence about whether they wanted to keep playing anymore, and lots of people who weren't playing were waiting for certain updates. The game being offline for a few weeks/month could very easily be the nail in the coffin for a lot of players. it's much easier to move on to other things and drop FFXIV from your mind when there is no option to play for that long.
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Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. @#%^ em.



I don't think it would be because of the servers going down. It may just be something like the straw that broke the camels back..


Doesn't make sense still, but ok I suppose. Cellphone services goes down quite a bit at times but I never dumped them because of such, especially if it's due to an earthquake or tsunami or volcano.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 12:21pm by Theonehio
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Cell phone, something most people actually need and depend on, is a lot different then a video game that was already struggling to keep head above water lol.
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Mistress Theonehio wrote:
Scape13 wrote:
Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. @#%^ em.



I don't think it would be because of the servers going down. It may just be something like the straw that broke the camels back..


Doesn't make sense still, but ok I suppose.


I think the point he's trying to make is that there are some players who are only playing XIV because XIV is there, and that if XIV is not there, they'll have to find something else to play for a week or so.

The test will be, when the servers come back up, how many people will say "Oh hey, FFXIV is back!" and quit whatever they're playing to get back on it. I believe his theory is that people will find something else they enjoy while XIV is down, and when XIV is back up, they'll be occupied enjoying something else instead.

Guess we'll find out.
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Scape13 wrote:
Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. @#%^ em.



I don't think it would be because of the servers going down. It may just be something like the straw that broke the camels back. Lots of people were kind of on the fence about whether they wanted to keep playing anymore, and lots of people who weren't playing were waiting for certain updates. The game being offline for a few weeks/month could very easily be the nail in the coffin for a lot of players. it's much easier to move on to other things and drop FFXIV from your mind when there is no option to play for that long.


Like it or not its probably the truth. There is nothing offensive in the way this was summed up.
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Vackashken wrote:
Scape13 wrote:
Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. @#%^ em.



I don't think it would be because of the servers going down. It may just be something like the straw that broke the camels back. Lots of people were kind of on the fence about whether they wanted to keep playing anymore, and lots of people who weren't playing were waiting for certain updates. The game being offline for a few weeks/month could very easily be the nail in the coffin for a lot of players. it's much easier to move on to other things and drop FFXIV from your mind when there is no option to play for that long.


Like it or not its probably the truth. There is nothing offensive in the way this was summed up.


Yeah, I agree with that; my comment was directed to the people who would specifically use "The servers are down" as a reason to quit, as opposed to people who would just end up not coming back because the server downtime essentially forces them to play something else.

Hope that made sense.
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ya, I'm not trying to say anything bad about the game. Heck, I REALLY wanted to log on this morning. I have been playing every day since release.
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Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Vackashken wrote:
Scape13 wrote:
Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Riniaru wrote:
Last thing this game needed... Servers go down quite a few ppl won't bother coming back.


If people are going to quit a game due to servers having to temporarily shut down due to local natural disasters... then f*ck them.

Seriously. @#%^ em.



I don't think it would be because of the servers going down. It may just be something like the straw that broke the camels back. Lots of people were kind of on the fence about whether they wanted to keep playing anymore, and lots of people who weren't playing were waiting for certain updates. The game being offline for a few weeks/month could very easily be the nail in the coffin for a lot of players. it's much easier to move on to other things and drop FFXIV from your mind when there is no option to play for that long.


Like it or not its probably the truth. There is nothing offensive in the way this was summed up.


Yeah, I agree with that; my comment was directed to the people who would specifically use "The servers are down" as a reason to quit, as opposed to people who would just end up not coming back because the server downtime essentially forces them to play something else.

Hope that made sense.


That crappy anime/hentai news site Sankaku will more than likely use it as an excuse for another biased and worthless FFXIV/SE hate article. Smiley: disappointed
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Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Mistress Theonehio wrote:
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


Obviously they need to store their servers on the moon.


I was thinking the American Midwest. Specifically Illinois because nothing happens there. Tornados just pass by it, and floods only occur near the Mississippi.

Europe is cool too I guess, but they have that Large Hedron Collider, meaning a blackhole might accidently be made there and destroy everything.
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levelxplane wrote:
Mikhalia the Picky wrote:
Mistress Theonehio wrote:
UncleRuckusForLife wrote:
I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


Obviously they need to store their servers on the moon.


I was thinking the American Midwest. Specifically Illinois because nothing happens there. Tornados just pass by it, and floods only occur near the Mississippi.

Europe is cool too I guess, but they have that Large Hedron Collider, meaning a blackhole might accidently be made there and destroy everything.


Yeah, I'd hate to have servers go down because a black hole is sucking the earth and everyone and everything on it into nothingness. If I'm going to die, it will be while camping an HNM, **** it.
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Nuclear plants are fairly obsolete. only reason we still have them is the governments around the world wont release free unlimited energy technology. Citizens in the world need to start demanding one way or another the secret government/elites etc release it. Tesla would be sad to see it's not out in the open for everyone.
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Nuclear plants are fairly obsolete. only reason we still have them is the governments around the world wont release free unlimited energy technology. Citizens in the world need to start demanding one way or another the secret government/elites etc release it. Tesla would be sad to see it's not out in the open for everyone.
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it's very true. do your research.

Tesla discovered it in 1902 in colorado springs

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it's very true. do your research.

Tesla discovered it in 1902 in colorado springs

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Since you know so much about it, why not just reveal it here?
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I hope things get better for japan. This might be the push SE needs to not have 100% of their servers in Japan from now on.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 2:31am by UncleRuckusForLife


Northridge.
Katrina
1906 San Francisco earthquake
Pending "Big One" of california.
Tsunamis that can hit Hawaii

No where is safe to be honest.


Obviously they need to store their servers on the moon.


I was thinking the American Midwest. Specifically Illinois because nothing happens there. Tornados just pass by it, and floods only occur near the Mississippi.

Europe is cool too I guess, but they have that Large Hedron Collider, meaning a blackhole might accidently be made there and destroy everything.


Yeah, I'd hate to have servers go down because a black hole is sucking the earth and everyone and everything on it into nothingness. If I'm going to die, it will be while camping an HNM, **** it.


This made my day, laughed hard when reading this.
#41 Mar 13 2011 at 2:55 PM Rating: Default
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cause it's so easy to find it. search engine, youtube etc are so easy to use. sad your so lazy to do your own research.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CspKosxgXbM&feature=relmfu doesnt get going until around 33 seconds.

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/search.php?searchid=1117902 different threads you can click on and go thru.

there's a start for you. do your own looking around and awake up or sit back and stay in the tiny box your kept in.
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#42 Mar 13 2011 at 3:18 PM Rating: Good
Pyrien wrote:
cause it's so easy to find it. search engine, youtube etc are so easy to use. sad your so lazy to do your own research.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CspKosxgXbM&feature=relmfu doesnt get going until around 33 seconds.

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/search.php?searchid=1117902 different threads you can click on and go thru.

there's a start for you. do your own looking around and awake up or sit back and stay in the tiny box your kept in.
Sorry, UFOTV isn't the first place I start my research.
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#43 Mar 13 2011 at 3:29 PM Rating: Default
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sorry, i'm not in control what youtube list when you do a search but watched it before putting a link to it and it's pretty acc. there are plenty of links that isnt ufotv that talks about what tesla discovered that isnt being used tho there are plenty of bad things it can be turned into. like HAARP. can readed up or whatever on "tesla's deathray" and haarp.

anyways, back on topic.. it sucks they have to shut down the server but I very much understand it and agree with it. I'd be shutting down services that arent essential.

Edited, Mar 13th 2011 4:32pm by Pyrien
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