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  1. To be honest, you will find many religious people that are high intellect. But you will find few God-loving people who are intellectuals. Not to say that there aren't any. But few. And there's a good reason behind it. Mental Intelligence is a physical and temporal trait. "Physical" means "of the flesh". "Temporal" means "implemented in time". Time is a variable quantity, contrary to popular belief. Einstein's special theory of relativity hinted at an uncertainty which could topple his equations. The constancy of this "question mark" factor is still held as a requirement for the theory of relativity to hold and our cyclotrons to function the way they do. This uncertainty is connected to the variable and changeable nature of time. This means that it is possible to go back in time and it is possible to see the future. However, it is not something that can be initiated by human beings, because they are implemented INSIDE time and exist on a time-axis. To bend time would require a human being to be in control of the universe as a system and exist outside of it, not be a member of the system. But......we still have plenty of scientists trying, trying and trying to prove that human history follows Charles Darwin's model of evolution, when in reality there are shocking cases of married couples appearing with the same DNA and disproving the exclusivity of DNA karyotypes. These couples' DNA doesn't match a 100% with either parent (which is okay, it never does in anyone), but it matches perfectly with each-other. So Darwin's theory of evolution as time progresses and survival prevails, has its flaws. The time progress part isn't valid because time is not governed in a single direction, it can mathematically work in reverse also. The survival prevails part isn't valid because survival works on many factors, not fitness, not smartness and not intellect alone. History is full of examples where the fittest didn't actually survive. Fate has a critical role to play. Napoleon Bonaparte and his army wouldn't have lost in Waterloo, if fate wasn't at work. And this is recorded on the timeline. There was no natural selection involved. Further, the best reason is actually much more interesting, but only a few prized people understand it. The timeline is governed by a clock, much more sophisticated than any watch mankind has ever designed. More even than the atomic clocks. Einstein laboured all his life to find this hidden treasure using physics and mathematics. But in the end his quest produced the question-mark factor. And that's the closest any scientist has ever gotten to the truth about human life. This is why I say God-loving people are rarely intellectuals. They understand very early on, that mental intelligence, temporal success and physical prowess aren't going to unravel anything. But closeness to the mother and a beating heart full of love hold the keys to life. NOTE: The following video does NOT contain the answer, but it does explain a thing or two about the timeline. Ignore the part in the end where he talks of ENTROPY. He's smart but doesn't have a clue about how to solve the entropy problem. There is actually a solution to it. Entropy can indeed be reversed. But scientists won't know. Besides, he's talking in a graveyard setting, which itself indicates darkness in the message.
  2. Given your amazing service, I know I can count on you so I'll leave it as it is... protecting it is getting quite complicated anyway.
  3. Agree on the plugins part. There are some that break more than they make. If I set permissions to "444", can the file still be injected with code? Or is there a way to rename it from .htaccess to something else and inform cPanel to adjust to the new name (read from it)? That way a hacker or script targeting a file named - .htaccess / .HTACCESS / .HTAccess / .HTaccess,..... or any other variation won't know the filename and wouldn't be able to inject code into it. Update: I FOUND SOMETHING http://www.electrictoolbox.com/change-htacces-filename-apache/ Given that .htaccess is a file extension and not a filename, I don't know what impact renaming the extension / name.extension will have... As I see it, the <virtualhost> settings he is referring to on the linked page might do the trick. I don't know if this has to be done by me or by the host (WHM or similar). Either way, it would not be safe to rename it as .htaccess.something as spammers will scan for any file matching the .htaccess string pattern in the name or extension. What do you say Eli?
  4. Hi guys, I'm stepping into the Digital Analytics industry as a contractor-consultant. My website is http://analytics.ga and it aims to do 3 things: 1. Provide project samples for clients interested in knowing what I can do as an analyst (or get done by hiring a team of professionals) 2. Solve problems faced by the industry and also test analysis methodology (if feasible) based on industry requests. It's a way of giving back to the community. 3. Promote "Analytics Consulting and Implementation" Services. Currently, there's one project sample online (I'm working on the others) and an overview of service benefits is laid out. The tests will appear as I start to take part more actively in the industry and requests begin to come in.
  5. Account Plan: Personal 500Your Domain: analytics.gaBrowser: ChromeSystem (Mac/PC/Linux): PCNature Of Problem: Security ThreatError you are Getting [Resolved by Eli]: The site links were giving a "Page Not Found" (404) and the entire site rendered as a text-only document. Problem: I recently had some terrible downtime due to a simple code injection done by a hacker that appended an HTTP_REFERRER RewriteCond to my .htaccess file. (Thanks to Eli for drawing my attention to the file. This has been an eye-opener). Just 2 lines of code killed everything on the site. I was thinking all the time that it was a security plugin causing the problem, but it was someone who managed to edit my .htaccess file using some script or other method by which he could bypass all my security measures. It's very dangerous for me as I'm in a data-oriented profession and I'm supposed to be able to combat this stuff, but so far to no avail. Did some reading around but couldn't find more than the following code and variations thereof that use regular expressions to match filenames: <files .htaccess> order deny,allow deny from all </files>I don't think such a measure will work very well against automated scripts. Is there any way to seal access completely - i.e. no one can touch the .htaccess file in any way, front-end or back-end?? This has to be done in such a way that pages on loading are able to execute all instructions in .htaccess, otherwise the site won't load in the first place.
  6. Hi guys, I'm stepping into the Digital Analytics industry as a contractor-consultant. My website is http://analytics.ga and it aims to do 3 things: 1. Provide project samples for clients interested in knowing what I can do as an analyst (or get done by hiring a team of professionals) 2. Solve problems faced by the industry and also test analysis methodology (if feasible) based on industry requests. It's a way of giving back to the community. 3. Promote "Analytics Consulting and Implementation" Services. Currently, there's one project sample online (I'm working on the others) and an overview of service benefits is laid out. The tests will appear as I start to take part more actively in the industry and requests begin to come in.
  7. In two words, AMAZING WEBSITE!! One request though, on each of the pages that we click to get to from the menu, place a small (thin) clickable down arrow at the bottom center. Otherwise one doesn't come to know that there is more information below the background image, resulting in confusion. For example, the About page, has a lot of information, but I only saw the top line (We are Vi.......) and didn't realize I had to scroll down too. Maybe coz I'm on a PC and maybe touchscreens would have users used to scrolling down all the time. But, just in case =)