As one reader writes “I just love debunking sociopathic liars”
According to a June 26, 1988, Albany Times Union story about Keith Raniere, he claims he understood quantum phycis and computers at age 4.
When Raniere was 4, it was 1964. No one had personal computers. Computers were in their infancy.
Yet Raniere understood computers at age 4?
Let’s see what kind of computers the four year old was exposed to and understood::
Computer History – 1964
Major computer events in 1964
Other computer events in 1964
Baran publishes reports “On Distributed Communications.”
The term “double bucky” is coined at Stanford University in 1964.
The TRANSIT system becomes operational on U.S. Polaris submarines. This system later becomes known as GPS.
Leonard Kleinrock publishes his first book on packet nets entitled “Communication Nets: Stochastic Message Flow and Design.”
The first computerized encyclopedia is invented at the Systems Development Corporation.
New computer products and services introduced in 1964
On April 7, 1964 IBM introduces its System/360, the first of its computers to use interchangeable software and peripheral equipment.
In 1964, the Programma 101 desktop computer, invented by Pier Giorgio Perotto, was unveiled to the public at the New York World’s Fair.
Computer pioneers born in 1964
Jeff Bezos is born January 12, 1964
Harry Mccracken is born April 2, 1964
Tom Hall is born September 2, 1964
Jack Ma is born September 10, 1964
Marc Benioff is born September 25, 1964
Eric Bina is born in October 1964
Megan Smith is born in October 1964
Tsutomu Shimomura is born October 23, 1964
Hugh Herr is born October 25, 1964
Paul Graham is born November 13, 1964
Alan Emtage is born November 27, 1964
Simon Travaglia is born in November of 1964
Clay Shirky is born in 1964
Computer pioneer deaths in 1964
Norbert Wiener passs away March 18, 1964 (Age: 69)