What a Tangled Web…


Conspiracy Theories

Firstly, my apologies to all for not keeping up with my reading. I’ve been a little busy. So, to show what I’ve been up to I’m reblogging my partner Gerry’s article

Plagiarism or something else? Part One

To those unaware, GC’s article on The Main Aisle refers in part to our post a couple of days ago on our Weekly Prompts site Bloggers Beware article


“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.”― Roald Dahl

Over the years we all have had cause to complain to the Word Press administrators that our editorial content has been plagiarized by a fellow blogger and probably asked them to assist us with this issue. 

The question that partner Susan and myself is asking here is: what if there is more to it than mere plagiarism? What if foreign nationals are encrypting our innocent blog articles and turning them into envoys of espionage destined to be read ONLY by an audience given an encryption key?

Encryption is a way of scrambling data so that only authorized parties can understand the information. In technical terms, it is the process of converting plaintext to ciphertext.

In simpler terms, encryption takes readable data and…

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5 thoughts on “What a Tangled Web…

  1. Murphy's Law

    This is an outstanding article! Truthfully, when I first began reading, I thought, “Good grief. This is science fiction.” But as I kept reading about the layers of gobbledygook that you were uncovering, it is all too believable. In fact, it’s damn scary! Too many weird dead ends and far too many unanswered questions.

    Yes, it might be a false alarm. But I agree, why would ANYONE post a blog and not have comments open? It seems to me that’s the whole point of a blog….to share your viewpoints, or share your photos, and then get feedback from your followers. Otherwise, all of you who blog would soon shut down your site because you’d be so depressed! How boring to write what you think is a great post, and you don’t allow anyone to respond. Makes no sense.

    I wish you luck in your investigation Sue. You may well be on to something!
    🐾Ginger 🐾

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