About usHAVOC is an organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to uncommon goals. HAVOC is an acronym for Holistic Acknowledgement of Virtual Order and Chaos. The word "order" or "chaos" is used to describe a system humans either understand or find to be incomprehensible. In the opinion of HAVOC, such arbitrary and capricious usage destroys their meanings. On the other hand to propose that all systems are ordered and that humans are confused, implies that chaos does not exist. Which implies ubiquitious order. And renders both words impotent. HAVOC understands that order and chaos are merely devices humans use to try and map reality. Order and disorder are virtual concepts whose only mapping to reality is conceptual alone. One could easily acknowledge this as fact, but a deeper understanding, a more holistic one, is what HAVOC tries to foster.
What is H.A.V.O.C., really?HAVOC is just a group of people who claim questionable allegiance to the idea that this universe should be more fun. Whatever your idea of fun may be, as long as it does not prevent others from having fun, ought to be fun enough to let others know about. Having an open forum with this goal in mind should theoretically increase the amount of fun in this universe. Communication is key and HAVOC members express their fun through the mechanism of HAVOC projects. Whether you like to have fun, or phun, the projects are for everyone.
When was H.A.V.O.C. created?HAVOC was first formed some time in the early to late 1990's. It's exact creation date is up to much speculation. It was some time after the release of Atari's Jaguar 64 bit console, but before the invention of I-Pods.
What political position does H.A.V.O.C. hold?HAVOC neither has, nor wants any particular political stance. Obviously, any political movement that does not support fun would not have HAVOC's approval. It's ambiguity in this matter is entirely intentional.
How do I become a member of H.A.V.O.C.?Technically speaking, anyone that raises their heads to the heavens and declares themselves a member is one. To officially contribute to HAVOC, you will have to contact HAVOC.
How do I contact H.A.V.O.C.?To date there is only one known means of contacting the HAVOC organization and that is through email. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org. This goes directly to the founder of HAVOC who is constantly barraged by 0 emails per day. So hopefully you will get a response in a reasonable amount of time.
Does H.A.V.O.C. express shame in that a rather large majority of the questions posited in this FAQ are not actually frequenty asked?No.
H.A.V.O.C. lacks a certain "credibility" in my opinion, what can you do to dissuade that feeling?If this does not do it for you, then all hope is lost.
Why does this website suck so bad?Probably because you have not contributed anything. I'm just guessing here.
H.A.V.O.C. Projects FAQ