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  1. GI Nova Sig is just giovan.sig. Good find, so far everyone
  2. What I got from Wiki on Dragons Breath A Dragon's Breath usually refers to a zirconium-based pyrotechnic shotgun round. When the round is fired, sparks shoot out for about 5 m (20 feet).[1] While it has few tactical uses, the visual effect it produces is impressive, similar to that of a short-ranged flamethrower. The pyrotechnic shell is expensive compared to other shells, costing around 5 US dollars per shell. Because it is a very low-power round, it cannot be used in a semi-automatic shotgun; it does not produce enough recoil energy to cycle the next shot, causing the firearm to jam. An additional reason for use only in a manually-operated firearm is the fact that the round shoots at least a little flame for 3–5 seconds. This would cause a hazard if a shell still emitting flame were to be ejected from an automatic shotgun. The gases are all nerve agents. I also found one called "VX" along with Tabun(GA), Sarin(GB) and Soman(GD). VX apparently is the most deadly out of the four. It was developed by the British in 1952. Maybe the abbreviations for the gasses are in the other transmissions. I'm also looking into mustard gas. I know it's not a nerve agent, but it could be introduced later on. Plutonium Uranium Tabin Sarin Soma PUTSS. I looked it up and found nothing, but I looked at the bottom of google and found Putt's law and gave it a look and found this: Archibald Putt is the pseudonym of the author of Putt's Law and the Successful Technocrat: How to Win in the Information Age,[1] which popularized the adage known as Putt's law, which states: "Technology is dominated by two types of people: those who understand what they do not manage, and those who manage what they do not understand." This adage was first published in Research/Development magazine in January 1976.[2] His book talks about those who want to move up the in the hierarchy of technology driven organizations. The quote really stands out, but it may have nothing to do with gknova at all.
  3. weird sites I sent gk6 an email looking for some information on the website and what they do. Hopefully I will get an email back
  4. . . . The Cold War Lasted from 1947 to 1991. There are tons of things that could be referenced. If that's the old Yankee Stadium, could we see something about the Manhattan Project? I know it happened in 1986, but with that transmission being all about nuclear explosions, it's a possibility.
  5. There was a baseball diamond in the first transmission and then it panes in on a baseball after a nuclear explosion. I did find that Albuquerque has a team called the Isotopes and the stadium closely resembles the one in the first transmission. I thought that was interesting. Nothing useful that I found, but who knows
  6. 5+5=10 could mean a lot of things. I do know the Playstation Magazine is going to have an exclusive issue debuting COD7. It is to be released in the UK on May 17th, but could be released here in the Unites States on say the 5th of May, making it 5/5/10. Just a thought. Hit the link to see the picture http://prestigegamerz.com/latest/news/l ... month.html
  7. I'm glad that I'm not the only one who spends countless hours trying to figure this out :D
  8. I like to hop on when MW2 is giving me problems. It's nice to go back and own at that game
  9. Duhstee is here too Gosu!
  10. Hello everyone. The name is Duhstee and I ventured over here from PrestigeGamerz. Trying to figure out the gknova transmissions really brought me over here. Not a big zombies player. but I will play some CoD with whoever wants to. I noticed good ol Gosu is here, so there is one friendly face here.
  11. Let the deciphering BEGIN! It should be Linear non algorithmic. still doing research on it
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