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September 16, 2012, 09:32:08 AM
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The creator of bitcoin could well be my oncle.
And although I don't believe it is, this could give us a perspective of the possible profile of Satoshi, or/and of his inner circle.
The name my oncle uses as author is:
"António Franco Alexandre".
He has published several books of poetry in Portuguese and is professor of philosophy, in Lisbon.
He did study "Lie Groups" and other advanced mathematics at Harvard university back in the 70's.
His about the age of S'akamoto and his son's name, a very dear boy, was Samulel, that died tragically with 17 years old.

Boy, this is fascinating... And it is all true.

My oncle has a special love with Japanese culture and loves watching operas in DVD (is it relevant?). Actually, he knows the best operas in DVD.

If this all makes him a great profile, we will never know.
 

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September 16, 2012, 09:43:47 AM
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Does he know how to use a PC?  Grin
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September 16, 2012, 09:48:05 AM
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satoshi could be my auntie.
she keeps cats and listens to radio 4, she used to work for the soical services and has two daughters, who happen to be my cousins.
she never went to uinversity and one time when i was very little she showed me how to ctr> alt> delete to bring up the inner workings of my computer.
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September 16, 2012, 09:55:19 AM
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Umm, yeah... yeah! THAT MAKES PERFECT SENSE!!!!

French name and saw japanese movie EQUALS "Satoshi".

Philosophy and math EQUALS cryptography.

No background in programming EQUALS master programmer.


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September 16, 2012, 10:10:29 AM
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You guys just don't get it / just don't read, do you?

It wasn't "my oncle could be Satoshi" it was "Satoshi could be my oncle".

Afterall, Satoshi had to go somewhere when he vanished, right?

So why not off the oncle and take his place?

Who would ever suspect it was Satoshi?

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September 16, 2012, 10:16:06 AM
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Hey you could try a few tricks to out him. I don't know, maybe offer to do a few errands and ask him to pay you in BTC and scrutinise his face closely  Cool

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September 16, 2012, 11:13:47 AM
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I thought i was nuts sometimes.

The creator of bitcoin?

Been on wikipedia.org lately?

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September 16, 2012, 12:00:23 PM
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The creator of bitcoin could well be my oncle.
And although I don't believe it is, this could give us a perspective of the possible profile of Satoshi, or/and of his inner circle.
The name my oncle uses as author is:
"António Franco Alexandre".
He has published several books of poetry in Portuguese and is professor of philosophy, in Lisbon.
He did study "Lie Groups" and other advanced mathematics at Harvard university back in the 70's.
His about the age of S'akamoto and his son's name, a very dear boy, was Samulel, that died tragically with 17 years old.

Boy, this is fascinating... And it is all true.

My oncle has a special love with Japanese culture and loves watching operas in DVD (is it relevant?). Actually, he knows the best operas in DVD.

If this all makes him a great profile, we will never know.
 

Wow that is cool! If he was alone with your mom Satoshi could be your dad!
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September 16, 2012, 12:54:52 PM
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I don't see any problem that he could have with C++.
He used to be quite passionate programming the ZX Spectrum, back in the days.
It may seem crazy, but it is indeed very plausible. Satoshi = Satori + Sushi.

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