Serendipity Website on USB Flash Drive
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But Never Say Never
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The entire Serendipity website, on USB flash drive, containing all pages in this online version added during 23 years from 1996 to the end of November 2019 (except for a few pages which require server-side processing) is was available for a modest fee.

Included on this flash drive are were many articles by respected authors on many topics, including the CIA, the NSA, Zionism, Psychedelics, the so-called "War on Drugs", Censorship, and on the three major hoaxes of our time: the alleged Moon Landings, the 9/11 Attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, and so-called Anthropogenic Global Warming.

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This Offline Website has had over 3600 files, plus an additional 1800+ files which are not in the online version, totalling about 1600 Mb. It contains contained archived copies of many pages which have disappeared from the Internet since 2001, and is was thus also in part a historical record, valuable especially to present and future 9/11 researchers.

Search Program

This flash drive contains contained a search program which (if you have a PC running Windows — Windows 98 to Windows 10) enables enabled you to search all HTML pages (including the additional pages) for a word or any word in a set of words, all words in the set, or an exact phrase. The result is a report such as this one, showing the search terms in context.

When the index.html file on the flash drive is was loaded into your browser (on either a Windows PC or a Macintosh) the home page appears appeared as partly shown above. Navigation to subpages is was done by clicking on links and buttons as with a normal website.

The flash drive is currently unavailable. The next best thing is the flash drive entitled An Inquiring Mind, which contains many articles from this site.

Big BrotherThe internet is now under attack by those who wish to suppress the free availability of information (this is called censorship). Legislation has been introduced (defeated, modified, re-introduced) to criminalize free speech on the internet and make it a felony to offend anyone. Eventually any criticism of the U.S., U.K. or Israeli governments will become a criminal act. Pending legislation will make it possible to shut down websites based solely on a single complaint.

UN Plots War on Free Speech to Stop “Extremism” Online

Obama Quietly Signs The "Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act" Into Law

The Coming Crackdown On Free Speech

The Silencing of Dissent

How The EU Is Helping Break Apart The Internet

Serendipity will not always be online, and even while it remains available, it may not be long before you have to pay extra to your ISP if you wish to visit websites like this. In the event that this site disappears from the web, or the internet is subjected to extensive censorship, or the internet is partially shut down, the content of this site will still be available to those who have the Serendipity-Website-on-Flash-Drive.

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