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The Experimental Interaction Unit
(EIU) abhors the atrocities of 9.11.01 and condemns the parties responsible.
As developers of the first privately owned
electromagnetic weapon and anonymous
biological pathogen dispersion system, EIU reaffirms its dedication to
researching the most vital elements of future human interaction systems.
While the events of 9.11 dictate a new agenda for EIU, our actions will not be
inured by these events. Our expertise, knowledge, and rapid adaptation skills
have been deployed in an effort to design new systems and tools to combat and
intimately connect with the future. Challenging times bring new urgency to
these parlous projects which will soon be debuted.
A few statements concerning various EIU
projects in light of the terrorist incidents of 9.11.01:
Always at the forefront, EIU confronted the
issues of lethal biological pathogen acquisition and distribution back in 1999
with Dispersion. Dispersion is an anonymous biological pathogen vending
machine. Although current events surrounding Anthrax distribution are abhorrent,
EIU foresaw the immediate urgency to explore this issue as far back as 1999.
Dispersion was due to be operated within New York City on September 14, 2001.
Due to obvious circumstances it did not appear.
A remote weapons targeting system and an
intense probing of government security and privacy system such as Echelon and
Carnivore are the primary elements of Gallery Shooting Gallery. This was a
new project in the development phase during the attacks of 9.11.01. Part
of the Gallery Shooting Gallery project actually included keyword tagging.
That is, the internet packets used to transmit data for the project were also
being intentionally tagged with high percentage keywords such as "Anthrax", "Osama
Bin Ladin", "USS Cole", "Small Pox", "Sarin", "Al-Qaeda", "Word Trade Center",
"Embassy", "Dirty Nuke", etc. EIU quickly realized that the important
relevance of Gallery Shooting Gallery was diminished in light of 9.11.01 and
development was abandoned in order to prepare for new projects.