These are the new scripts on the walls of Babylon: فليكن سقوط شارون سقوطاً للصهيونية What was created from lies, and nurtured by lies, must face the destiny of lies, too; Or did their God choose brain-dead mokeys unable to see beyond their sick ego's and their ugly noses ! [sic , Sharon !]

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Spread this idea : Transfer of Knowledge

Spread this idea  : Transfer of Knowledge

In my opinion, open knowledge is necessarily therefore the transfer of  knowledge transfer technology is a very good idea for all humanity, and for the common future, while copy rights the American way is the worst things that can happen to science and to future life.

If you have a high speed Internet connection, this is one of the best things you could do to transfer technology from the rich to the poor ... in fact this is a very moral and good things to do , if you take all of humanity into your perspective ... instead of a small slice of selfish and greedy rich owners.

do it :

1. Download a Torrent transfer program

For example : "Azureus" from:
such programs are categorized as (Torrent Programs / P2P Client Programs)

2. Install it on your computer

3. Search for torrents to feed Azureus

Here is on place to search into:
Here is on place to search into:
You will need to register in these Torrent Forums to get the torrents , do it , it is free

4. You will find everything you want , just take yur time and learn to fine tune your searching
Forget about the movies and the sex clips, and concentrate your work on the eBooks. 5. There are thousands of science and technology books available ... download the torrents .. just the torrents and information about the torrents first not the files. 6. Using the information about the torrents that you saved and the torrent files you downloaded, gather your friends around you to select and prioritize together the best torrents you all want. 7. Feed the torrents into Azureus, let them download the packages of books and programs. 8. Burn the books and programs into Cd's and DVDs .. and distribute them as much as you can, without getting caught hot handed. 9. Celebrate your work for humanity with the best people you know, your family, and your children, and feel proud f yourself, you have done something good. 10. Spread this idea.


What is BitTorrent?

BitTorrent is a protocol designed for transferring files. It is peer-to-peer in nature, as users connect to each other directly to send and receive portions of the file. However, there is a central server (called a tracker) which coordinates the action of all such peers. The tracker only manages connections, it does not have any knowledge of the contents of the files being distributed, and therefore a large number of users can be supported with relatively limited tracker bandwidth. The key philosophy of BitTorrent is that users should upload (transmit outbound) at the same time they are downloading (receiving inbound.) In this manner, network bandwidth is utilized as efficiently as possible. BitTorrent is designed to work better as the number of people interested in a certain file increases, in contrast to other file transfer protocols.

One analogy to describe this process might be to visualize a group of people sitting at a table. Each person at the table can both talk and listen to any other person at the table. These people are each trying to get a complete copy of a book. Person A announces that he has pages 1-10, 23, 42-50, and 75. Persons C, D, and E are each missing some of those pages that A has, and so they coordinate such that A gives them each copies of the pages he has that they are missing. Person B then announces that she has pages 11-22, 31-37, and 63-70. Persons A, D, and E tell B they would like some of her pages, so she gives them copies of the pages that she has. The process continues around the table until everyone has announced what they have (and hence what they are missing.) The people at the table coordinate to swap parts of this book until everyone has everything. There is also another person at the table, who we'll call 'S'. This person has a complete copy of the book, and so doesn't need anything sent to him. He responds with pages that no one else in the group has. At first, when everyone has just arrived, they all must talk to him to get their first set of pages. However, the people are smart enough to not all get the same pages from him. After a short while they all have most of the book amongst themselves, even if no one person has the whole thing. In this manner, this one person can share a book that he has with many other people, without having to give a full copy to everyone that's interested. He can instead give out different parts to different people, and they will be able to share it amongst themselves. This person who we've referred to as 'S' is called a seed in the terminology of BitTorrent. There's more about the various terms in a later section.

How does BitTorrent compare to other forms of file transfer?

The most common method by which files are transferred on the Internet is the client-server model. A central server sends the entire file to each client that requests it -- this is how both http and ftp work. The clients only speak to the server, and never to each other. The main advantages of this method are that it's simple to set up, and the files are usually always available since the servers tend to be dedicated to the task of serving, and are always on and connected to the Internet. However, this model has a significant problem with files that are large or very popular, or both. Namely, it takes a great deal of bandwidth and server resources to distribute such a file, since the server must transmit the entire file to each client. Perhaps you may have tried to download a demo of a new game just released, or CD images of a new Linux distribution, and found that all the servers report "too many users," or there is a long queue that you have to wait through. The concept of mirrors partially addresses this shortcoming by distributing the load across multiple servers. But it requires a lot of coordination and effort to set up an efficient network of mirrors, and it's usually only feasible for the busiest of sites.

Another method of transferring files has become popular recently: the peer-to-peer network, systems such as Kazaa, eDonkey, Gnutella, Direct Connect, etc. In most of these networks, ordinary Internet users trade files by directly connecting one-to-one. The advantage here is that files can be shared without having access to a proper server, and because of this there is little accountability for the contents of the files. Hence, these networks tend to be very popular for illicit files such as music, movies, pirated software, etc. Typically, a downloader receives a file from a single source, however the newest version of some clients allow downloading a single file from multiple sources for higher speeds. The problem discussed above of popular downloads is somewhat mitigated, because there's a greater chance that a popular file will be offered by a number of peers. The breadth of files available tends to be fairly good, though download speeds for obscure files tend to be low. Another common problem sometimes associated with these systems is the significant protocol overhead for passing search queries amongst the peers, and the number of peers that one can reach is often limited as a result. Partially downloaded files are usually not available to other peers, although some newer clients may offer this functionality. Availability is generally dependent on the goodwill of the users, to the extent that some of these networks have tried to enforce rules or restrictions regarding send/receive ratios.

Use of the Usenet binary newsgroups is yet another method of file distribution, one that is substantially different from the other methods. Files transferred over Usenet are often subject to minuscule windows of opportunity. Typical retention time of binary news servers are often as low as 24 hours, and having a posted file available for a week is considered a long time. However, the Usenet model is relatively efficient, in that the messages are passed around a large web of peers from one news server to another, and finally fanned out to the end user from there. Often the end user connects to a server provided by his or her ISP, resulting in further bandwidth savings. Usenet is also one of the more anonymous forms of file sharing, and it too is often used for illicit files of almost any nature. Due to the nature of NNTP, a file's popularity has little to do with its availability and hence downloads from Usenet tend to be quite fast regardless of content. The downsides of this method include a baroque set of rules and procedures, and requires a certain amount of effort and understanding from the user. Patience is often required to get a complete file due to the nature of splitting big files into a huge number of smaller posts. Finally, access to Usenet often must be purchased due to the extremely high volume of messages in the binary groups.

BitTorrent is closest to Usenet, in my opinion. It is best suited to newer files, of which a number of people have interest in. Obscure or older files tend to not be available. Perhaps as the software matures a more suitable means of keeping torrents seeded will emerge, but currently the client is quite resource-intensive, making it cumbersome to share a number of files. BitTorrent also deals well with files that are in high demand, especially compared to the other methods.

Opinion :

BitTorrent is far from ideal P2P technology ... still , it revolves around the Materialist American mentality ... but not completely in to their control, yet.

P2P is a high potential technology for open knowledge: make it happen !

DCC++ is by far the best client software , but it is not for the novice user.
eMule is good, and great for beginners, but no for real serious Academic open knowledge projects !
Kazaa is too commercialized
many other clients exist ... but I will not even look at anything that is not open source software ... especially for Transfer of Technology.


Some of the books I downloaded using BitTorrent (P2P) technology:

(EBook - NLP) - Mind Control - How To Get The Truth Out Of A.pdf
(Magazine) The New Republic 7.19.04.pdf
(Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)) - Alpha1 - Mind Control.pdf
(Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)) - collection.exe
(US House  Resolution) HR 1710.txt
(US House  Resolution) HR 666.txt
(ebook) Confucius,3 Writings.pdf
(ebook) Confuciusism - Awareness_stories.pdf
(ebook) Confuciusism - DO_IT.PDF
(ebook) Confuciusism - Emotions_maintenance.pdf
(ebook) Confuciusism - How_to_heal_depression.pdf
(ebook) Confuciusism - inner_awareness.pdf
(ebook) Confuciusism - new_consciousness.pdf
00N Friedrich Nietzsche - Friedrich Nietzsche - The Use and .rtf
00N Friedrich Nietzsche - Nietzsche - Beyond Good & Evil.txt
00N Friedrich Nietzsche - On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Se.rtf
00N Friedrich Nietzsche - The Antichrist.htm
00N Friedrich Nietzsche - spzar10.txt
100 years of resistance - Palestine - [Arabic Language].exe
3D WorldMap
9-11 Commission 3.23.2004.rtf
9-11 Commission 3.24.2004.rtf
9-11 Documents - FY 2003 Budget Request (John Ashcroft).pdf
9-11 Report.pdf
911 Analysis Overview [Arabic Language].pdf
911 Report.pdf
ACLU - Freedom Under Fire (Dissent in Post 9-11 America).pdf
Abbie Hoffman - Steal This Book.doc
Al Franken - Lies And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them.doc
Al Franken - Rush Limbaugh Is A Big Fat Idiot.doc
Alan Axelrod - The Complete Idiot's Guide to American Histor.lit
Albert Pike - Morals and Dogma.exe
Alex Jones - 911 Decent into Tyranny.pdf
Alphabet Soup.txt
American Courts System.txt
Antony Sutton - America's Secret Establishment (An Introduct.pdf
Antony Sutton - America's Secret Establishment - An Introduc.pdf
Antony Sutton - The Best Enemy Money Can Buy.pdf
Army Combat Training - Krav Maga [PDF].exe
Banda Aceh.doc
Berkeley, Principles of Human Knowledge.pdf
Berkeley, Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous.pdf
Bev Harris - Black Box Voting.pdf
Bilderberg Member List.txt
Bob Woodward - Bush At War.doc
Bob Woodward - Plan of Attack.doc
Books on Writing.rar
Bruce Hoffman (Rand Organization June 2004) - Insurgency and.pdf
Bush - Full Financial Disclosure 2002.pdf
Bush and Lay Enron Letters.exe
Censored 2004 - The Top 25 Censored Media Stories of 2002-20.txt
Cheney - Full Financial Disclosure 2002.pdf
Confucius - Analects.txt
Confucius - Doctorine of the Mean.txt
Confucius - Great Learning.txt
Dan Briody - The Iron Triangle (Inside the Secret World of t.rtf
Dave Kopel - 59 Deceits of Fahrenheit 911.doc
Dave Kopel - 59 Deceits of Fahrenheit 911.lit
David Brock - Republican Noise Machine (Right Wing Media & H.doc
David Icke - The Biggest Secret.pdf
David Limbaugh - Persecution (How Liberals Are Waging War Ag.pdf
David Ray Griffin - The New Pearl Harbor.txt
Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy.pdf
Doug Yurchey - Who Sunk The Titanic.txt
Dr Albert D Pastore - Stranger Than Fiction (An Indepedent I.pdf
Dr Benjamin Freedman - A Christian View of the Holocaust.txt
Dr John Coleman - The Conspirators' Hierarchy - The Committe.pdf
Dr Joseph Mercola - Why Americans Will Believe Almost Anythi.txt
Dulce - The Nazi Connection.txt
FINKELSTEIN, Norman - The Holocaust Industry.pdf
Fletcher Prouty - The Secret Team.pdf
Fred Dungan - Bushwhacked.doc
Future of Humanity-Essay.pdf
G William Domhoff - The Bohemian Grove & Other Retreats (A S.rtf
Gary Allen - The Rockefeller Files.pdf
Geneva Convention - Treatment of Prisoners of War.pdf
George Bush - Heir To The Holocaust - How The Bush Family He.pdf
George Orwell - 1984.doc
George Orwell - 1984.txt
George Orwell - Animal Farm.txt
Greg Palast - Best Democracy Money Can Buy.doc
Haran Yahya - The Day of Judgment.pdf
Harry Harrison - Make Room! Make Room! (v3.0).txt
Harun Yahya - Some Secrets of the Quran.pdf
Harun Yahya - The Alliance of The Good.pdf
Harun Yahya - The Prophet Muhammad.pdf
Hillary Clinton - Living History.doc
Hobbes, Leviathan Part 1.pdf
Hobbes, Leviathan Part 2.pdf
Howard Zinn - Peoples History of United States.doc
Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature, Book I, Part i.pdf
Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature, Book I, Part ii.pdf
Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature, Book I, Part iii.pdf
Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature, Book I, Part iv.pdf
Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding.pdf
Hume, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion.pdf
Hunter S. Thompson - Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.doc
Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction dossier (The Assessment o.pdf
Israel Shahak - Jewish History, Jewish Religion.pdf
Jaegermeister - Rezepte - seedet by Tally for www.Torrent4u..pdf
James Bamford - Body of Secrets.txt
Jewish Supremacism - David Duke.pdf
Jim Brown - History of the New World Order in the 20th Centu.txt
Joel Andreas - Addicted to War (Why America Can't Kick Milit.pdf
John Marks - Search For The Manchurian Candidate (The CIA & .rtf
John Pilger - 16 Sep 2002.rtf
Jonathan Vance - Encyclopedia of Prisoners of War and Intern.chm
Kant, Prolegomena to any Future Metaphysic.pdf
Karl Marx - Communist Manifesto.txt
Karl Marx - The Communist Manifesto.pdf
Larry Allen - Encyclopedia of Money.chm
Lawrence Lessig - Free Culture (How Big Media Uses Technolog.pdf
Leibniz, Discourse on Metaphysics.pdf
Leibniz, On Nature Itself.pdf
Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Book I.pdf
Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Book II.pdf
Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Book III.pdf
Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Book IV.pdf
Mark Bowden - Black Hawk Down.lit
Masons The Truth - Secrets of a Secret Society.pdf
Michael Moore - Downsize This.doc
Michael Moore - Dude Wheres My Country.doc
Michael Moore - Fahrenheit 911 (Script).rtf
Michael Moore - Stupid White Men.doc
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed - The War on Freedom (How & Why Americ.pdf
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed - The War on Freedom.pdf
Naomi Klein - No Logo.doc
Naral Foundation - Who Decides - Reproductive Rights Issues .pdf
New Century Foundation Report - Color of Crime.pdf
New World Order BEAST.txt
New York Satellite Photo after terrorist attacks ( sprobuj t.jpg
Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil.pdf
Noam Chomsky - An Open Media Book (9-11).pdf
Noam Chomsky - Media Control - Spectacular Achievements of P.pdf
Noam Chomsky - Media Control - The Spectacular Achievements .pdf
Noam Chomsky - Necessary Illusions.pdf
Noam Chomsky Articles.exe
Noan Chomsky - Selective Memory and a Dishonest Doctrine.txt
Official Memorandum - Operation Northwoods.pdf
PALESTINE - by Harun Yahya.pdf
PC Mag Jan18 05(minus ads)pdf.pdf
PNAC September 2000 Report - Rebuilding America's Defenses.pdf
PSQ 2004 - Misperceptions, the Media, and the Iraq War.pdf
Paul J Watson - Order Out of Chaos (Elite Sponsored Terroris.pdf
Paul J Watson - Order Out of Chaos.pdf
Philosophy, Then and Now.pdf
Political Irony - 24 Hours in Riyadh [Arabic language].exe
Presidential Decision Directive 63 - Critical Infrastructure.doc
Randy Moore - Evolution in the Courtroom (A Reference Guide).chm
Returning Fallujah Refugees Find Battle.doc
Richard Dawkins - Blind Watchmaker.pdf
Robert Anton Wilson - Masks of the Illuminati v3.0.rtf
Robert Murray - Decline & Fall of the American Empire.pdf
Ron Suskind - Price of Loyalty.doc
Russ Kick - You Are Being Lied To.pdf
STAR FIRE - The Gold of the Gods (Referenced in David Icke's.txt
Satanic Books.rar
Secrets of the Federal Reserve.doc
Seymour Hersh - My Lai 4 - A Report on the Massacre & It's A.rtf
Sharing Information Via Internetworked Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Ne.exe
Spinoza, Ethics, Part 1.pdf
Spinoza, Ethics, Part 2.pdf
Spinoza, Ethics, Part 3.pdf
Starr Report - Clinton Impeachment Hearings.pdf
T.E. Lawrence - Seven Pillars of Wisdom.doc
Ted Nace - Gangs of America (The Rise of Corporate Power & T.pdf
The 911 Commission Report.pdf
The Brotherhood & The Manipulation of Society.exe
The Decline and Fall of the American Empire.pdf
The Hidden Gears of Freemasonry.txt
The HitMan Banned HandBook.pdf
The Holy Quran - with English Translation.pdf
The Hypocrisy Of Noam Chomsky - K. Windschuttle.pdf
The Illuminati Agenda.exe
The Immaculate Deception.rtf
The Project for the New American Century (PNAC).txt
The Protocols of The Learned Elders of Zion.pdf
Thomas Paine - Age of Reason.doc
Three World Wars.doc
Tony Blair's Apparatus of Lies - Saddam's Disinformation And.pdf
Trilateral Committee Member List.txt
UNESCO - Languages in danger of disappearing.exe
United States Is Still A British Colony Part 3 - Will The Re.txt
United States is Still A British Colony Part 1.txt
United States is Still A British Colony Part 2 - Bend Over A.txt
Who Controls The Draconian Collective.txt
Who Owns Who.txt
William F Jasper - Global Tyranny Step By Step.pdf
William J Sutton - Illuminati 666.pdf
Wilson, Robert Anton & Shea, Robert - The Illuminatus! Trilo.exe
World Food Program - Developing World Children Suffer Malnut.pdf
World Food Program - Facts & Figures - F&F2003EAugust2004.pdf
World Food Program - Statement - WFP_Italy_050126_ded.pdf
World Food Program - The Impact of Malnutrition on Women and.pdf
darwinism_refuted For experts.pdf
evolution_deceit intermediate.pdf
tell me about the creation For beginners.pdf


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