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    They were using Cray Supercooled systems (mainframes) that were state of the art, at that time.
    They still are.
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    Alright with these Super Computers in mind. What would it take for these computers to crash. Or is it even possible. I know there are some very intellegent people here at AO. But this is something that really does a job on my brain. NOTE- "I don't want these systemes to crash I am just curious about how" NOTE

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    Hey folks; aren't we getting just a little paranoid here?..............if the technology is in place I have three simple questions for you:

    1. How did 9/11 get to happen?
    2. Where is Osama bin Laden?
    3. Where is Saddam Hussain?

    I am sure that many of you (like myself) have spent a few happy hours trying to teach voice recognition software to work? It is a bit like trying to teach a pig how to sing........it wastes your time and frequently annoys the pig

    There are so many foreign accents and regional dialects, that I cannot see it working for voice messages, and text is going to be in all sorts of languages, and "encoded" at that.

    The USA is a rich and powerful nation, but it does not have the resources to monitor even 1% of the volume of traffic that goes on, even within its own borders, every day. not enough money, not enough people?

    I am sure the technology is there, but I question how effective it is, and if it can be deployed without some prior "criminal intelligence" targetting?

    Hey if its there and you are paying for it; why haven't criminal aprehension rates suddenly rocketed skywards?

    Cheers!

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    Hey folks; aren't we getting just a little paranoid here?..............if the technology is in place I have three simple questions for you:
    You have a point there nihil. Where was all of theses systems when we needed them he most.
    But one thing that we have to remember is that , just because these systems are extremely modern and sufisticated they are still computers. Computers are programed to do what the programmer programs it to do. With this said there is a way to bypass this system with encrytion as the_JinX previously mentioned.

    Most "smart" terrorists will use codewords so they will never be found using a word filter
    So hopefully that will answer your questions.
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