FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

  1. What is this site?
    We love all the other sites - however there are more research oriented folks that need more from a site - and this site is designed for them - improved search - automatic delta calculation and more.
  2. I am a researcher/autist and have a request for functionality for the site, how do I ask you?
    Click the "Contact" link in the site menu to send a message.
  3. Why is there a drop 0 listed on this site?
    Because we and many others believe that the current drop 128 indicates that the first batch of drops equates to an encrypted puzzle (When does a map become a guide?). Well, typically encryption works in 128 bit/byte blocks. So it's only natural and fitting that 0-127 would make up those 128, leaving the current drop 128 (which is really the 129th drop) as the "key" somehow (You have the keystone?). We just need to crack it. News unlocks.
  4. Why does your search bar not autofill terms?
    Two reasons. 1. We have done a fair amount of analytics work and we can tell you that one of the largest problems is introduction of bias into data discovery and analysis. By eliminating "suggestions" we are attempting to help you the researchers become more familiar with your subject matter, and hopefully we are not planting ideas in your head. 2. As some studies are starting to show, all this "automatic" stuff is actually hurting us - for instance it is being found that people who rely upon GPS only, and do not navigate by learning actually have decreased brain function. By requiring you the searcher to understand your own subject matter better, we believe we are helping you build your brain in the best way possible.
  5. Why am I Seeing "Pepe the frog" all over the place?
    We changed the way images load to speed up the overall website performance. Pepe acts as a placeholder until the real image loads.
  6. Why do the tweets look different here than everywhere else on the web?
    First, our primary goal was to expose as much data from the tweets as possible - you cannot accomplish that using the standard twitter website widgets. Secondly, since we had to do things differently to accomplish the first goal, we took this opportunity to make the tweets look similar to the Q drops to aid in "decode/Q" style viewing. People have become accustomed to reading and decoding Q drops in specific ways. Given that Q said to "learn our comms", we must look at POTUS (Q+) and other tweets/Truths in the same way, thus the tweet presentation you see on this website.
  7. Why are some deleted Truth's not marked as deleted?
    This is an interesting question. When Truth Social first went to public beta the accounts we followed so we could grab their Truths (i.e. Trump, Scavino etc.) would send notifications (invisible to people, but these notifications are what make Truths appear automatically on your timeline). Once an account hits around 30k followers, the number of notifications received for that account drop by approximately 20% (meaning you see them appear less on your timeline). 50k is around another 20% drop in notifications. Once an account is over 80k followers, we are likely to see 1 notification for every 20 Truth's put out. As near as we can tell, accounts with follower counts over 1 million we will see at most 1 Truth notification in 100 Truths. This also means "delete" notifications are not sent out. So in short what we are saying is that we think Truth Social is not scaling well for large accounts. Additionally if you see Truths that appear to be numbered out of order - this means a Truth came in via notification, and other earlier Truth's came in when we checked accounts for new Truths.
  8. Why do some deleted Truth's not have timestamps on your site?
    Because of the notification issues documented in the prior question not all deleted Truth's will have a deletion timestamp. This is because we noticed a Truth was deleted and marked it deleted by hand. We will remind users that we check for deleted Tweets every 15 minutes automatically because Twitter has a real API capable of telling you something is there (or not) - so deleted tweet times should NOT be treated as "comms" because they do not happen in real time.
  9. More to come.