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I took a look at the audio clip that was released by Dr. Dannewar.  This is definitely outside my area of expertise.  But while I don’t think I have found any answers, I definitely have the feeling that is is something more than cosmic background noise or some other organic source.

Clearly, the clip sounds like static, but it seems to be more than that.  An analysis —Dannewar1 Spectro especially in certain frequencies reveals inconsistencies.  Not trying to Sound too Deep about this, but I just have a gut feeling that there is something there — buried Deep in the Sound.

I’m going to keep looking at this and looking for other tools to analyze the stream.  But I’d also like to call on all of the factions — especially Solrain — to throw some resources into this.

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I have come to find that with DSS decryptions, each Line and each Letter can be critically important.

A small misstep at any phase can be the difference between a data recovery being successful — and being a failure.  I have tried to drill this into my new staff, but I fear that when you approach data recovery and decryption as a job rather than as a passion, results can be very different.

I am packing the last things from my lab in Tripoint.  A melancholy score plays in my head as I look out at my home for these last few years with beautiful, lush Kapenja as its backdrop. Its docking rings like welcoming, protecting arms.

I have a hollow feeling at the pit of my stomach and can’t help but wonder if I’m doing the right thing.  Truth be told, I was a squatter here.  But it was home.  It was a refuge during some scary times, and it was a place of jubilation and triumph as we were able to shine at least a dim light into some distant fragments of history.

A random DSS started my journey back in late 114.  I was just an engineer working on a project I’d been given.  DSS were not something I — and many others — had given much thought to.  But since then, they have become my life.

Along with my constant colleague, Hammer-BS, we have uncovered so much in a very short time.  We found an ancient piece of Amananth history.  We found a ship’s log from Enkido Kahn — one of the Thrice Seven that we dated to just two months before he discovered Amananth, and another one that had an actual image from the first days on Amananth station.  We found another image of an early manuscript of the First Book of Hamalzah.  We recovered an audio recording from a pre-collapse Solrain ship, doomed with some sort of virus, as it struggled to return home.

And those were just a few.

Sadly, I’m not sure many others were as interested in the work Hammer and I were doing — except, I guess, the people at Dorator, who now want me to do this for them.  DSS, for most pilots, are still the “trash artifacts” — annoyances in the quest for AB4s, EB-3s and CM-4s.  But, really, they are so much bigger.  I’m not sure that Dorator, as a for-profit entity, will be as ready to share all of the information they collect.  I guess time will tell. I’m kind of hoping my friend Hammer-BS can find a new partner to work with to continue that quest for pure discovery.

And so I’m ready to launch now, both literally and figuratively, into something new.  Ma’at Salamm is the Quani word “Goodbye.”  But it it not a goodbye with finality, because the more accurate translation is “Until I greet  you again.”

So . . . Ma’at salaam!

This one is quite short.  It is from a DSS2 in “Rare” condition and it was found in Outer Roh Cloud.

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116.11.1 UPDATE:

OK, decrypted it this far, but I’m stuck here …

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I have recovered the following dataset from a DSS-2 in “poor” condition.  This DSS was found in Hook of Roh during the recent Miners Days Searching for Our History event:

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