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Anonymous 2013-12-07 16:25:09 No.13817283

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Are there any oldfags here that remember the Children's Immortality Project? It was a huge topic of discussion in late 2009 and early 2010 but seems to have faded away into the abyss that is /x/.

For those of you unaware of what it is here's a brief rundown as I remember it: It was a supposed organization created by a mysterious man named Robert Ray Hedges whose primary goal was to make children live forever as he believed that the only reason children died in the first place was because they were trained by their parents and other adults to age and die simply by them telling them they were mortal (or something to that effect). The creepy part of this all was that this man Robert created thousands upon thousands of bizarre cryptic web pages with pictures of kids and long walls of text discussing the project, although none of it seemed to make much sense and appeared more to be the ramblings of a mad man. A feat of creating the number of webpages he did would no doubt take thousands of hours to complete. It's been said by countless people that spending a few minutes on one of his webpages would result in the visitor receiving a massive amount of emails with the same type of rambling text that appeared on the webpages.

When I went to visit some of his main webpages I noticed that many of them, as well as countless links that had been on them, were no longer active URLs. I have no idea of whatever became of Hedges and The Children's Immortality Project and whether or not Robert Ray Hedges continue to create these sites.

There are a few of his main webpages that are still up and running today:

The Main Website:
http://jesus-is-taking-over-the-internet-to-create-your-immortality.com/mysites.html

The rest:
university-of-the-internet.com
http://dakota.fanning.allie.tripod.com/
http://physical-immortality.com/
http://www.taking-over-internet-search.com/

Pic related: One of the many odd images that appear on his sites.


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Anonymous 2013-12-07 17:00:10 No.13817387
Bumping for interest.

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Anonymous 2013-12-07 17:11:55 No.13817411
WHAT THE FUCKINGTON?! when i try to take screen shots it says file corrupt. FmLegit

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Anonymous 2013-12-07 17:23:47 No.13817437
>>13817411
I can take screenshots fine

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Anonymous 2013-12-07 18:05:30 No.13817579
Doesn't discredit the site just saying cool guy







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