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== Bio ==
 
== Bio ==
  
Born '''August 30, 1983''' in Vancouver BC, Canada, Paul Lezica is the founder and primary administrator for the Higher Intellect digital library archive located at '''[http://preterhuman.net www.preterhuman.net]'''. The archive was created by Paul in July 2001 in Kelowna BC, Canada, and became an open archive in August 2001 in Calgary AB, Canada. Both Paul and the Higher Intellect archive currently reside in Kelowna BC, Canada.
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Born '''August 30, 1983''' in Vancouver BC, Canada, Paul Lezica is the founder and primary administrator for the Higher Intellect digital library archive located at '''[https://preterhuman.net www.preterhuman.net]'''. The archive was created by Paul in July 2001 in Kelowna BC, Canada, and became an open archive in August 2001 in Calgary AB, Canada. Both Paul and the Higher Intellect archive currently reside in Kelowna BC, Canada.
  
 
== Higher Intellect ==
 
== Higher Intellect ==
  
 
The preterhuman.net archive is an unbiased collection of documents with subjects ranging from alien conspiracies to weapons and terrorism. The project was created with the vision of information freedom in mind. In the battle against censorship, the geographical location of the servers themselves (in Canada) provide an advantage. As such, the archive continues to accumulate texts on any imaginable subject. As of November 2009, the archive holds 282,514 items at an estimated 111gb size.
 
The preterhuman.net archive is an unbiased collection of documents with subjects ranging from alien conspiracies to weapons and terrorism. The project was created with the vision of information freedom in mind. In the battle against censorship, the geographical location of the servers themselves (in Canada) provide an advantage. As such, the archive continues to accumulate texts on any imaginable subject. As of November 2009, the archive holds 282,514 items at an estimated 111gb size.
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== Paul's Old Crap ==
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You can view the [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQvb287WbzVbAzPImDwBGpeISJMql5nAd Paul's Old Crap playlist] on YouTube which covers various pieces of hardware and software in the [[Higher Intellect Technology Museum]]. A full video listing is available at the [[Pauls Old Crap]] page.
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Higher_intellect_project Higher Intellect @ Wikipedia]
 
 
* [http://twitter.com/paullezica Twitter page]
 
* [http://twitter.com/paullezica Twitter page]
* [http://preterhuman.net/texts/ Higher Intellect directory]
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* [https://cdn.preterhuman.net/texts/ Higher Intellect directory]
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* [http://facebook.com/higherintellect Facebook page]
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* [http://paullezica.com Personal site]
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* [https://www.instagram.com/pauls_crap Instagram]

Latest revision as of 22:56, 22 July 2019


Bio

Born August 30, 1983 in Vancouver BC, Canada, Paul Lezica is the founder and primary administrator for the Higher Intellect digital library archive located at www.preterhuman.net. The archive was created by Paul in July 2001 in Kelowna BC, Canada, and became an open archive in August 2001 in Calgary AB, Canada. Both Paul and the Higher Intellect archive currently reside in Kelowna BC, Canada.

Higher Intellect

The preterhuman.net archive is an unbiased collection of documents with subjects ranging from alien conspiracies to weapons and terrorism. The project was created with the vision of information freedom in mind. In the battle against censorship, the geographical location of the servers themselves (in Canada) provide an advantage. As such, the archive continues to accumulate texts on any imaginable subject. As of November 2009, the archive holds 282,514 items at an estimated 111gb size.

Paul's Old Crap

You can view the Paul's Old Crap playlist on YouTube which covers various pieces of hardware and software in the Higher Intellect Technology Museum. A full video listing is available at the Pauls Old Crap page.

External Links