The RHATT Pack Watch
Today is Saturday, December 29th, Day 248 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.
Amazon’s Prime Package fulfillment service recently has reported a problem with its ability to deliver packages to the Red-face Ratt. As you may recall, when Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, launched Prime, he guaranteed next day delivery. The reason Bezos was willing to make this guarantee was his ability to know precisely where a customer was at the intended time of delivery. To have the ability to know a customer’s precise location, Bezos had been working for several years with Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies (Space X) to develop and launch a global tracking system. This wasn’t an ordinary tracking system, like you might find at other delivery services. This tracking system used a unique neutrino detector/analyzer. A neutrino is an “elementary particle”, that interacts only through the weak subatomic force and gravity . Neutrinos are electronically neutral and their mass is less than a third of a millionth of an electron. When cosmic rays strike an atom, a neutrino is created.
Like other forms of electromagnetic radiation, cosmic rays striking different atoms create different neutrinos. These differences allow atoms, compounds and substances to be identified from the neutrino flux that emanates from it. This includes the ability to analyze a neutrino flux being emitted by a person and identify its DNA signature. As a result, using a DNA database to compare against, it’s a simple matter to identify individuals, or for that matter pretty much anything and their locations from space.
Earlier this year, Amazon and Space X worked with Waste Management to collect DNA samples from White Springs refuse, a process they repeated several times. The collected DNA samples were assigned to known occupants of each residence. Obviously a number of issues arose, but generally it was known all of the DNA at a residence, with a couple of exceptions related to a single family. One of the issues that came up occurred at the Ratt’s residence. Researchers identified two distinct DNA samples where they expected only one. Further analysis of the alleles indicated a familial, sibling-like relationship. Hence the issue.
As a result, Amazon has concluded the two individuals are half-brothers and enjoy some type of relationship due to the common use of many of the same locations. However, this has left Amazon with somewhat of a delivery issue regarding the Ratt.
First, at this time, Amazon can’t be certain which of the DNA samples is that of the Ratt and which is that of his half-brother. Amazon can easily track both and they have. In fact they have analyzed travel patterns and find too many similarities to make any definitive conclusions. Recently Amazon has identified significant drug traffic associated with the overlapping locations, including Town Hall, and travel patterns of both individuals. Now that we know the drugs are associated with the Ratt and not his half-brother, maybe Amazon will figure it out.
Maybe it’s possible to clean-up White Springs. Your involvement is what is desperately needed. There are many Ratt related drug and other challenges facing White Springs that you need to learn about. Once you are up to speed, your participation is essential to any solution. Run for office. Or, help recruit candidates for Town Council who have your interests as their goal. Candidates who are truthful, caring, honest, competent and willing to work hard to restore White Springs to its pre-Ratt prominence. Help eliminate the Ratt’s drug dealer and mule network. Call the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000.