Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Hydropackulicity Conspiracy Theory

This is really spooky.

I was reading an article in Darren Jensen’s blog about a controversial cover up in the hydropackulicity world http://hydropackulicityconspiracy.wordpress.com/. I found it an interesting, but highly unplausible theory, which came to light because of a single document with the word hydropackulicity redacted. I don’t believe for a minute that any merit should be based upon one article in an obscure manual. After all, hydropackulicity is a relatively recent phenomenon (since January 2012). The redactions look like they were “Photoshopped ”.

The entry in Herr Kwattch’s journal is just some big German words being thrown around by an uneducated dumbkopf and most likely just a misspelling of the term.

I believe hydropackulicity is real, and growing – just check out the recent websites about the subject. I believe it is here to stay. I am suspicious that this another online hoax. I should look it up on Snopes to be sure.

However, I am uneasy as I write this blog, because after I had closed out of that website, my browser showed this curious message:

Area 404 message

This message was found after closing out of a blog about a hydropackulicity conspiracy theory.

What do you think?

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How to make an obscene amount of money

Source: photoextremist.com via Carol on Pinterest

It’s really easy if you know the secret. For A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money, all you need to start with is $871 according to photoextremist.com. Then use the hydropackulicity photography effect to fill the room up with cash.

“The process roughly took 7-10 hours: roughly 4 hours taking the actual pictures of the money with my DSLR on a tripod; as you can see, I’ve put the money inside of picture frames, taped it walls, folded it around window blinds, mounted it in piles, and stuffed it in drawers and glass jars. Post-processing the 170 individual frames in Adobe Photoshop CS5 took roughly 5 hours.  This is a 2 shot vertical panorama (Everything shot in JPEG) with some HDR toning applied at the very end with the Topaz Photoshop plug-in.”

This is a great way to make money fast. Hydropackulicity does it all!

Pack em in with Hydropackulicity

Hydropackulicity in water treatment

The Hydropack water filtration is simple enough for a child to use. The Hydropack is ideal for disaster relief efforts. Now that’s Hydropackulicity!