Bound by memories; of what?
premeditated memorial designs____________________locations_____material /__________________/ all to harness power and continue their struggle for control /________________________/ i am free, but share my knowledge for you to see a new reality. ___________________stop giving them your money. The memorials are components to a larger unit. It’s so big you can’t even see it. theIR secrets are _________________________________underground..MINE ARE WITHIN____________while we are looking up in space, they are building down below. __
_aS above..______________________so below..THE /G\ WAY IS DYING. TIME FOR_______A__________NEW PARADIGM
https://youtu.be/f4Br_s7UYVIcenotaph (n.) c. 1600, from French cénotaphe (16c.), from Latin cenotaphium, from Greek kenotaphion, from kenos “empty” (see keno-) + taphos “tomb, burial, funeral,” from PIE root*dhembh- “to bury.”
keno- before vowels, ken-, word-forming element meaning "empty," from comb. form of Greek kenos "empty," from PIE root *ken- (3) "empty."
Tear Drop Memorial
To the Struggle Against World Terrorism
Material: Stainless Steel /
Nickel-62 T; The high binding energy of nickel isotopes in general makes nickel an “end product” of many nuclear reactions (including neutron capture reactions) throughout the universe and accounts for the high relative abundance of nickel—although most of the nickel in space (and thus produced by supernova explosions) is nickel-58 (the most common isotope) and nickel-60 (the second-most, with the other stable isotopes (nickel-61, nickel-62, and nickel-64) being quite rare). This suggests that most nickel is produced in supernovas in the r-process of neutron capture by nickel-56 immediately after the core-collapse, with any nickel-56 that escapes the supernova explosion rapidly decaying to cobalt-56 and then stable iron-56.
Sandy Hook Memorial Fountain
Lisa Barrett, a South Glastonbury multi-media artist hugs a piece of quartz that she will incorporate into her vision for a tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. The tribute has emerged into a five-foot tall foundation with water, flowers and butterflies on a quartz base. Barrett presented her proposal to the Permanent Memorial Commission on July 10. Photo: Contributed Photo
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A miniature 16 MHz quartz crystal enclosed in a hermetically sealed HC-49/S package, used as the resonator in a crystal oscillator.
Working principle Piezoelectricity, Resonance
Invented Alexander M. Nicholson, Walter Guyton Cady
First production 1918
Quartz crystal resonator (left) and quartz crystal oscillator (right)
A crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillator circuit that uses the mechanical resonance of a vibrating crystal of piezoelectric material to create an electrical signal with a very precise frequency. This frequency is commonly used to keep track of time (as in quartz wristwatches), to provide a stable clock signal for digital integrated circuits, and to stabilize frequencies for radio transmitters and receivers. The most common type of piezoelectric resonator used is the quartz crystal, so oscillator circuits incorporating them became known as crystal oscillators, but other piezoelectric materials including polycrystalline ceramics are used in similar circuits.
Quartz crystals are manufactured for frequencies from a few tens of kilohertz to hundreds of megahertz. More than two billion crystals are manufactured annually. Most are used for consumer devices such as wristwatches, clocks, radios, computers, and cellphones. Quartz crystals are also found inside test and measurement equipment, such as counters, signal generators, and oscilloscopes.
Flight 93 National Memorial
Each Memorial Unit is a cantilevered bench, a lighted pool of flowing water, and a permanent tribute, by name, to each victim, in one single element. Each memorial bench is made of stainless steel and inlaid with smooth granite.
The present invention provides a system for producing vibratical unification of components of a musical instrument comprised of a soundboard, a plurality of strings, a bridge system, a neck, and a body. The system acoustically interconnects the major sound components of the musical instrument in a time-correct sound transfer loop. An acoustically high sound conductivity material selected from the group comprising minerals, ceramics, metals, and combinations thereof, is employed as an interconnect member to produce a balanced, compressed, and naturally equalized sound, with extreme clarity and sustain, and with minimal distortion. The low end sound that is produced by the unified components are coherent, tight, and well defined. The acoustically high sound conductivity material has a specific gravity on the order of at least 2, and preferably at least the specific gravity on the order of the specific gravity of granite. Advantageously, the specific gravity is at least four, and can be six or higher.
US Naval Reserve
This one shows us the all too familiar pattern. Start at one point and run all the way to the second point.. like a circuit..
Wright Brothers Memorial (event imminent) oldie but looks awesome.
(probably antiquated tech replaced by newer devices)
1,200 tons of granite, more than 2,000 tons of gravel, more than 800 tons of sand and almost 400 tons of cement
A guide to Belling Induction Technology
Oklahoma City National Memorial
Oklahoma City Completed: 2000
- The Gates of Time: Monumental twin bronze gates frame the moment of destruction – 9:02 – and mark the formal entrances to the Outdoor Memorial. 9:01, found on the eastern gate, represents the last moments of peace, while its opposite on the western gate, 9:03, represents the first moments of recovery. Both time stamps are inscribed on the interior of the monument, facing each other and the Reflecting Pool. wiki info
New York City / Completed: 2013 (estimated)
Atocha Station Memorial
Madrid Completed: 2007
made of glass bricks
One hundred and ninety one people died and more than 1700 were injured in the Madrid subway on March 11, 2004, when trains were bombed by a local group of Islamic extremists. FAM Arquitectura designed a hollow tower made of glass bricks that sits above the station where the attacks occurred. Expressions of grief in the form of text is printed on a clear membrane along the inside of the cylinder, so people standing in an empty room below below can look up at the words and see the light from the sky above.
Michael Brown Memorial (pending)
Michael Brown Is Getting A Permanent Memorial In Ferguson
7 July Memorial
made up of 52 stainless steel pillars
Located in the south east corner of Hyde Park, the memorial is just north of Achilles to the east of Lovers Walk. The memorial comprises 52 stainless steel pillars (stelae), collectively representing each of the 52 victims, grouped together in four inter-linking clusters reflecting the four locations of the incidents. Constructed from solid-cast, long-lasting stainless steel, each stelae measures 3.5 metres high and is unique, with individual characteristic finishes brought about by the casting process. On July 7, 2005, suicide bombers detonated explosives in several locations around London. The memorial, in London’s Hyde Park, was designed by architects at Carmody Groarke in collaboration with the artist Anthony Gormley, is made up of 52 stainless steel pillars representing the 52 victims. The pillars list the time and place of each bombing, arranged into four groups for the four separate attacks that occurred around the city, but they are otherwise anonymous, symbolizing the fact that it could have been any Londoner who died.
Mountains of Remembrance
Khao-lak Lamru National Park, Thailand
Completed: Designed 2006, no groundbreaking date set
The project, which is still pending construction, is inspired in the coastal landscape of south-eastern Thailand and will be located in the national park of Khao-lak Lamru. It is based on five metallic glazed towers of differing sizes interconnected via a covered square. The Memorial Tower is the largest, with a height of over thirty metres, and the smallest is around seventeen metres high. These five structures will house a contemplative space, a museum, an educational centre and the services of a restaurant, shop and an amphitheatre.
To commemorate the vast loss of life when more than 230,000 people in 14 countries were killed in the Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004, the Spanish firm of Disc-o Architecture wanted to provide a place where humans could reflect on living in harmony with nature. For the competition-winning structure, they looked at local mountain peaks as well as traditional Asian dwellings as inspiration for five peaked towers, whose ceramic skins will change colors when exposed to light. The tallest tower will provide a large interior meditation room.
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (German: Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas), also known as the Holocaust Memorial (German: Holocaust-Mahnmal), is a memorial in Berlin to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, designed by architect Peter Eisenman and engineer Buro Happold. It consists of a 19,000 m2 (4.7-acre) site covered with 2,711 concrete slabs or “stelae“, arranged in a grid pattern on a sloping field. The stelae are 2.38 m (7 ft 10 in) long, 0.95 m (3 ft 1 in) wide and vary in height from 0.2 to 4.8 m (7.9 in to 15 ft 9.0 in). They are organized in rows, 54 of them going north–south, and 87 heading east–west at right angles but set slightly askew. An attached underground “Place of Information” (German: Ort der Information) holds the names of all known Jewish Holocaust victims, obtained from the Israeli museum Yad Vashem.
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While there are many Holocaust memorials throughout the world, this monument is located in the most sensitive location, just adjacent to the Brandenberg Gate of the Berlin Wall. Architect Peter Eisenman along with engineers at Buro Happold designed a 4.7-acre plaza with 2711 rectangular pillars, one for each page of the Talmud. This memorial is experiential rather than symbolic: Eisenman chose to build the pillars at different heights, and placed them on irregularly sloping ground, which creates a disturbing and disorienting feeling to those who walk among them.
New Orleans Katrina Memorial
New Orleans / Completed: 2008
The front of the memorial will have three steps leading to a 90 foot x 30 foot granite pool shaped as a woman’s womb. The center of the pool will contain a 29-inch eternal flame that will rise about the waterline.
Memorials to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2006 have been fraught with controversy in New Orleans, a city which has chosen to focus on rebuilding its community rather than erect a monument to disaster. But one proposal by the New Orleans Katrina Memorial Corporation, lead by the coroner of New Orleans, created a series of mausoleums for the 80 unidentified and unclaimed victims. The cemetery and park, designed by Matthews International, has pathways arranged in a spiral to reflect the shape of the storm as seen from a satellite photo.
Beichuan National Earthquake Ruins Museum
Completed: 2013 (estimated)
Sichuan Earthquake Memorial Museum To Cost 2.3 Billion
- Tangjiashan Lake: Tangjiashan Lake is a landslide-dammed lake formed in the earthquake.
Of the almost 70,000 people who died in the 2008 China earthquake, more than 15,000 were in Beichuan, a city where 80 percent of the buildings were leveled. The city is in the process of relocating to a nearby location and in a few years, old Beichuan will be home to a unique memorial: The entire destroyed city will be preserved as-is to show the massive devastation. In addition, a new museum that will provide information about earthquake safety will be built adjacent to the site.
Conclusion: Equipment upgrade. Old memorials are being turned off, and new ones are being turned on.
We are the spaceship. We are the working slaves. Find yourself. Find your purpose. Stop following anyone and soon you’ll free of this tyranny.