2020 Libsolar

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2020 Libsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Jan 18, 2018 6:22 pm

If we do not solve the cyber-security issues around voting now, there will be no data security in the 2020 election.

Calculate the 2020 Libsolar for Washington, DC. (To entertain yourself, go back and calculate the 2016 one, in case you've forgotten.) Here are the elements of the 2020 chart half a month before the election. They have "cyber-crime" written all over them.

Uranus on Asc 1°03'
-- Uranus-Pluto sq. 0°04' in mundo
Pluto on MC 1°07'
Mercury on Dsc 1°19'
-- Me/Ur on Horizon 0°08'
-- Mercury-Uranus op. 1°25'
-- Mercury-Pluto sq. 2°27'in mundo
Sun on WP 0°47'
Moon on Dsc 4°45'
-- Mo/Su on Horizon 0°58'
Jupiter on MC 5°44'
-- Jupiter-Pluto op. 3°13'
Mars on Asc 6°51'
-- Sun-Mars op. 0°09' in mundo
-- Sun-Jupiter sq. 0°58' in mundo
-- Mars-Jupiter sq. 0°31'
-- Sun-Pluto sq. 2°30'
-- Mars-Pluto 2°42'
Saturn on MC 6°58'
-- Sun-Saturn sq. 0°36'
-- Saturn-Pluto conj. 3°06'

Moon-Mercury conj. 0°42'
Moon-Uranus op. 2°07'
Moon-Saturn sq. 2°12' in mundo


The summary looks like this:
Sun Mercury Uranus Pluto (Moon Mars Jupiter Saturn).
Mo/Su Moon-Mercury Moon-Saturn Moon-Uranus
Sun-Mars-Jupiter-Pluto Sun-Saturn Mercury-Uranus-Pluto Saturn-Pluto
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Re: 2020 Libsolar

Post by SteveS » Sat Nov 10, 2018 5:50 am

Jim wrote:
If we do not solve the cyber-security issues around voting now, there will be no data security in the 2020 election.
Jim, how do you see this issue affecting a Prez election? Do you see these cyber-security issues being addressed?

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Re: 2020 Libsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:35 am

SteveS wrote:
Sat Nov 10, 2018 5:50 am
Jim wrote:
If we do not solve the cyber-security issues around voting now, there will be no data security in the 2020 election.
Jim, how do you see this issue affecting a Prez election? Do you see these cyber-security issues being addressed?
The public reports so far are that there was no invasive hacking in the 2018 midterms. This is really surprising and I don't trust it but, so far, the limited amount of public discussion by government security agencies is that there is nothing at all.

This is not just surprising, it's almost unbelievable. It would require that either Russia gave up or that our government had suddenly gotten really, really good and made us impenetrable. "Impenetrable" isn't just a really tough standard, it can't be the whole story because any attempts at penetrating would have been detected: Then the truth would be "we have successfully repelled all attacks." Instead, they are saying no attacks were detected, that none occurred.

Therefore, all of the following (and probably more I haven't thought of) are more credible to me:

* There were successful attacks that were not detected
* Russia had a strategic reason for not attacking this particular election
* There was actual on-going attack and counter-attack and defense that DHS doesn't want to disclose and is lying about.

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Re: 2020 Libsolar

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:21 am

The Russians have the president they want, and he appears from their vantage to "own" the Supreme Court, and the Senate which goes along with pretty much anything he tells them to. They had no need to hack this election, and strategically, they expect since there was no apparent problem this time, we will do nothing. That will give them plenty of time to rig the next, more important to them, presidential election.

We don't have one Presidential election. We don't have 50. We have one for each of the 3,007 counties in the US. That keeps the Russians from being able to do anything quick and easy. They have to find one kind of voting machine with a weakness that's widely used, or something of that sort. If we try to force uniformity in vote taking, we will lose that defense. I don't want to see us do that.

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Re: 2020 Libsolar

Post by SteveS » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:04 am

Thanks Jim.

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