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About K1llsteelr

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  1. K1llsteelr

    New Song I Made for Montages

    No i hadnt made a track that short in 4beat its difficult to wind up and execute in that time I know some basic sequencing and i use cubase and SW vst's [soundcloud][/soundcloud]
  2. K1llsteelr

    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    The example of names i wrote are a indication that the tech in the maps can be interperated with the layered clues and this will help with the story Although different experiments,goals and technolgy there seems a common link to computing and analysis in the maps and links to provide some extra back story Lets look at the verruckt and the book curran and open some threads and see if there is any loops http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Curran Sir Samuel Crowe Curran He is the inventor of the scintillation counter, the proportional counter, and the proximity fuse Lets take a look at the proportional counter http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proportional_counter http://www.orau.org/ptp/collection/prop ... oprops.htm Theres a lot of information here but it doesnt make any direct links although there is a meter involved and its a device for analysis and mention of noble and quench gases Lets think about its purpose and look at previous tech that can be associated and see if there is any other info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geiger_counter In 1908 Hans Geiger, with Ernest Rutherford at the Victoria University of Manchester (now the University of Manchester), developed a device that would later be called the "Geiger counter " Ernest Rutherford, 1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson OM, FRS (30 August 1871 – 19 October 1937) was a British-New Zealand chemist and physicist who became known as the father of nuclear physics. In early work he discovered the concept of radioactive half-life, proved that radioactivity involved the transmutation of one chemical element to another, and also differentiated and named alpha and beta radiation, He noticed that a sample of radioactive material invariably took the same amount of time for half the sample to decay—its "half-life"—and created a practical application using this constant rate of decay as a clock, which could then be used to help determine the age of the Earth, which turned out to be much older than most of the scientists at the time believed Under him, Nobel Prizes were awarded to James Chadwick for discovering the neutron (in 1932), John Cockcroft and Ernest Walton for an experiment which was to be known as splitting the atom using a particle accelerator, and Edward Appleton for demonstrating the existence of the ionosphere Lets freeze this enquiry now as it needs some images of tech in the map so it can be tied with data to give it some foundation Closer analysis of the power room and the hardware that loops round the map could give more clues to what they where doing Back to Curran lets have a look at the Proximity fuse http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proximity_fuze Following receipt of details from the British, the experiments were successfully... Lloyd Berkner of Tuve's staff devised an improved fuze using separate tubes (British English: thermionic valves or just "valves") for transmission and reception The Germans started their own independent research in the 1930s but the programme was cut in 1940 . Upon resumption of research and testing by Rheinmetall(The company is also involved in a variety of advanced metal-working and milling technologies, allowing it to provide special high-quality components for small arms in addition to heavy weapon production) in 1944 the Germans managed to develop and test fire several hundred working prototypes before the war ended. Vannevar Bush, head of the U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) during this war, credited the proximity fuze with three significant effects http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/As_We_May_Think Scintillation is an interesting subject but i will leave that If you look at the maps you have evidence of computers and this can be bridged with intel there is a lot of detail to be found that makes fairly convincing patterns to provide background theory Hybrid metals Superconducters Cycling charges Mercury (memory) Valves Crystals Etc Proof by contradiction quod est absurdum" ("which is absurd"), along the lines of Q.E.D., but this notation is rarely used today. A graphical symbol sometimes used for contradictions is a downwards zigzag arrow "lightning" symbol ↯↯
  3. K1llsteelr

    New Song I Made for Montages

    I made a little intro to add to the spirit of gratis and see if i could embed a soundcloud [soundcloud][/soundcloud] First intro i have ever made so i dont know if its right or not Might not be to everyones taste thought but i though i would share it
  4. K1llsteelr

    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Sorry i shouldnt really post if i cant elaborate as my inadequate written skills seem to confuse matters so i try and stay within my abilitys Discovery though analysis ***** Curran Turing Porter Bush *****
  5. I cant see it mentioned but i thought the Kookaburra could be a joke about recycling assets as it was a bird native to few regions but the sound effect was used in media when any hint of a jungle or tropical enviroment was involved I doubt this is relevent but New Guinea was in constant boundry and takeover wars pre ww2 although i believe the frontline japanese area was under german admin untill ww1 when australia took over then in ww2 it became a frontline for the japanese There are still german namings like the Bismarck sea and Bismarck Archipelago Wasnt part of the waw campaign set in the solomon islands and mp banzai to think of it
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    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    I dont know if this is relevent or old news but Pygmalion http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA ELIZA was named after Eliza Doolittle, a working-class character in George Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion, The first modern computers were the massive code breaking machines of the Second World War (such as Z3, ENIAC and Colossus). The latter two of these machines were based on the theoretical foundation laid by Alan Turing and developed by John Von Neumann. Von Neumann was a pioneer of the application of operator theory to quantum mechanics, in the development of functional analysis, a principal member of the Manhattan Project and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (as one of the few originally appointed), and a key figure in the development of game theory and the concepts of cellular automata, the universal constructor, and the digital computer. Von Neumann's mathematical analysis of the structure of self-replication preceded the discovery of the structure of DNA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIGSALY A prototype was developed at Bell Telephone Laboratories, better known as "Bell Labs", under the direction of A. B. Clark, assisted by British mathematician Alan Turing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrambler One of those, used (among other duties) for telephone conversations between Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt was intercepted and unscrambled by the Germans. At least one German engineer had worked at Bell Labs before the war and came up with a way to break them. Later versions were sufficiently different that the German team was unable to unscramble them. Early versions were known as "A-3" (from AT&T) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanical_computer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_analyser However, the first widely practical differential analyser was constructed by Harold Locke Hazen and Vannevar Bush at MIT, 1928–1931, The model differential analyser built at Manchester University in 1934 by Douglas Hartree and Arthur Porter From Yuri Gagarin's first manned spaceflight until 2002, every manned Soviet and Russian spacecraft Vostok, Voskhod and Soyuz was equipped with a Globus instrument showing the apparent movement of the Earth under the spacecraft through the displacement of a miniature terrestrial globe, plus latitude and longitude indicators. By contrast, the US manned space programs have used a similar, mechanical positional indicator only during two of its early Mercury missions before discarding it (and using its former niche in Mercury's instrument panel as an equivalent to a car's glove compartment). The American instrument was a crude, smaller equivalent to the Soviets', an all-mechanical device (hand-wound) of limited complexity. Given the more extensive radio communication network with the spacecraft afforded by NASA, all subsequent manned missions, including lunar Apollo missions and Space Shuttle missions, used onboard maps, ground telemetry and more recently, computerized maps on portable laptop computers to provide the astronauts with positional information. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voskhod_Sp ... instrument http://history.nasa.gov/SP-4206/ch8.htm The instrument unit, using many theories and design features that originated in the wartime V-2 program in Germany, is an interesting example of technology transfer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delay_line_memory In the earliest forms of delay line memory, information introduced to the memory in the form of electric pulses was transduced into mechanical waves that propagated relatively slowly through a medium, such as a cylinder filled with a liquid like mercury, a magnetostrictive coil, or a piezoelectric crystal thus the delay lines had to be timed such that the pulses would arrive at the receiver just as the computer was ready to read it. Typically many pulses would be "in flight" through the delay, and the computer would count the pulses by comparing to a master clock to find the particular bit it was looking for. Mercury was used because the acoustic impedance of mercury is almost exactly the same as that of the piezoelectric quartz crystals Optical delay line memory In the 1980s a team associated with Prof. William Wolf at University of Colorado-Boulder were experimenting with all-optical computers and needed memory that was fast enough to keep up with the optical switches of the processing unit. Their solution was to bounce a laser beam off the corner reflector that had been left on the Moon by the Apollo astronauts, and encode the memory as pulses on the laser beam. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_Lase ... experiment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Curran http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proportional_counter A proportional counter is a measurement device to count particles of ionizing radiation and measure their energy. An inert gas is used to fill the tube, with a quench gas added to ensure each pulse discharge terminates Proportional counters are also useful for detection of high energy photons, such as X-rays or gamma-rays, provided these can penetrate the entrance window. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scintillation_counter A scintillation counter measures ionizing radiation. The sensor, called a scintillator, consists of a transparent crystal, usually phosphor, plastic (usually containing anthracene), or organic liquid (see liquid scintillation counting) that fluoresces when struck by ionizing radiation. The scintillation counter was invented in 1944 by Sir Samuel Curran whilst he was working on the Manhattan Project at the University of California at Berkeley, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutron_detection Gated pulse extraction Ionization current signals are all pulses with a local peak in between. Using a logical AND gate in continuous time (having a stream of "1" and "0" pulses as one input and the current signal as the other), the tail portion of every current pulse signal is extracted. This gated discrimination method is used on a regular basis on liquid scintillators.The gated delay unit is precisely to this end, and makes a delayed copy of the original signal in such a way that its tail section is seen alongside its main section on the oscilloscope screen Take a look at the Magnetstromapparat on the board and underneath it Take a look at the telepad and watch for the square waveform in the pulses Programming Beginning in July 1959, the three-year-old chimpanzee was trained at the Holloman Air Force Base Aero Medical Field Laboratory to do simple, timed tasks in response to electric lights and sounds. In his pre-flight training, Ham was taught to push a lever within five seconds of seeing a flashing blue light; failure to do so resulted in an application of positive punishment in the form of a mild electric shock to the soles of his feet, while a correct response earned him a banana pellet http://www.archive.org/details/TrailblazerI Goto 3.45 to 6.00 with captain slow for ham and simon says http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... QtTY3Zxv0Q
  7. K1llsteelr

    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    I know sorry didnt explain my confusion The Fernsehturm Berlin was supposed to be modeled on the Stuttgart but it looks nothing like it as you mention Now it could just mean the structure but i am not sure But i would of thought the Stuttgart would have been round being in the late 50's But it has the look of 70's 80's Was it round once and the platforms remodeled at a later date http://en.structurae.de/structures/data ... d=s0000071 Stuttgart Chronology 10 January 1954 Laying of foundation stone. 1983 Renovation of platform structures. 1987 Renovation of platform structures. 1990 Renovation of platform structures. Edit This line of investigation was more to reinforce the Fernsehturm location and discount the Stuttgart as unless there is some alt history it was the only likely candidate In 2005 came the renewal of the entire exterior of the tower top From what i can understand it has cosmetic changes but i do believe the outer platform was never round This is not confirmed at the time of construction but looks likely Only problem in digging deeper into the construction i have another problem 810uEkFrtgc I do not speak a word of german but some of the construction images i found useful I think im wrong if so all good and hopefully it will reinforce other peoples evidence But the tower in kino hasnt had the main mast filled with concrete which makes me believe that the cosmetic outer platform has not been built and the sphere could just be the inside of both towers (hopefully someone will prove this wrong) Also if the sphere is the outer platform it isnt very big Taken from website Fernsehturm Berlin Construction method Only one method was possible for the construction of the tower: the so-called climbing formwork building method. The internal steel framework always grows somewhat faster than the outer concrete shaft which is erected around the steel framework The installation of the sphere at a height of 200 metres presented the engineers with a real quandary. Finally they decided on a single-shell construction. First the supporting steel framework of the sphere was prefabricated on the ground. The segments were raised up with cranes and were attached to the circular platform, which formed the completion of the concrete shaft. Then the sphere was suspended on the supporting tie rods, which enhanced the impression for the observer, that the sphere appears to float. I will let you draw you own conclusion from this as i have no further progress on the subject but thought i would share this info
  8. K1llsteelr

    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    I cant get my head around the pocket teleporter although its possible it could have been built and then shrunk But if this was done by edward he would have to have the shrink ray tech I maybe wrong but i was under the impression that the perks where more to aid a human in a unatural enviroment It also could be for handlers or supersoldiers The perk machines on veruckt are wired to the beam transport ring around the map You can admin a drug with this type of current http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iontophoresis Electroshock therapy chemically engineered beverages There seems alot of intel to innerspace/space travel manned v2 jet planes etc This could be a reason why they would want to admin a drug this way Also the holding containers on the COTD ship have electrodes by the head if the zombies are in a suspended state, a jolt of QR could wake them up Being a zombie maybe the perk couldnt be administered by conventional means like an injection
  9. K1llsteelr

    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    I know it sounds stupid but its just a thought Was the Fernsehturm Stuttgart remodeled at any time As the design doesnt fit with me for the age of the tower and Fernsehturm Berlin was modeled on the Stuttgart http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernsehturm_Stuttgart
  10. I dont believe that is a recycled asset If you check into that board and the squadran no on the NML groom lake banner you will find the links to the recon planes and projects like corona and sign and links to mj12 this then leads back to cambridge five spy ring and cypher (also computer code) Jesus and trinity college have many links to the project including grain boundrys The cambridge five show the leak of info The dragonlady has an interesting date for the u2 as the camara was pointing up not down The type of camara is also interesting in the oxcart project In the U2/oxcart research you will come across the missions to recon the soviet launch sites in 1957 and that is where the image mixmaster had (flown out from W germany i believe) Did anything check out with the TG http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... immermeyer Perk dead eye sounds like something you would give to pilots http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DIX_%28drug%29 Is dix an evolved project number as roman numerals are impossible to find on the web Has anyone read nazis on speed?
  11. K1llsteelr

    A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Turbulenzringkanone http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... immermeyer I have not checked into this but its worth a look about the TG
  12. K1llsteelr


    Just take a break and chill ive been the same and am now reflecting on how i could of put more thought into my posts and how i could of handled things differently Tankeo did you say power to the people
  13. K1llsteelr

    BIG secret on Kino???

    Well if there is any Cosmic silverback in zombies(not DOA)then i dont believe we have seen the area they where created we have only seen the man\monkey hybrids in the SP and zombies which i believe are the creepers Now assuming that the hybrids are part of a supersoilder masterplan maybe they experimented with different types of primates I certainly wouldnt want a fight a silverback gorrilla
  14. K1llsteelr

    What Is Your Highest Round On Nacht Der Untoten?

    Round 23 solo but i stayed in the room you start in with a thomson and ptrs Not mine but this is the cool strat http://www.youtube.com/user/marinous#p/u/8/GIr68WT3iec It works i tried just dont use the raygun
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    I thought i could hear a distorted voice in the audio yesterday and the update when you slow it down i think someones saying something at the start and at the end i will try and extract the audio from the f4v Also whats hanging up in the room with the revolving light could the clock have been captured by the russians and redesigned and then had an accident while running it and then hospitlized the wounded then they turned into zombies could explain the bandages

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