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Science Fiction 1/08/2035 1:37PM

A few years ago, I built a room, well really a lab, upstairs in my barn. A special room, that family and friends are not aware of. First, I sound-proofed it; there are no windows, as a matter of fact, there is no light escaping at all. It was also made so that there is no direct access to it. There are no stairs leading to the top of the barn....




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When I want to enter the room, I place a ladder against an inner wall and climb up into the rafters, then crawl cross them. There, in a dark corner, is a removable panel, which I pull out before crawling through a small space just large enough for my body to squeeze by. Basically, once I'm in the room, I am secluded from the outside world, and that's the way I like to do my work ... alone.

I've been working on a project for just over a year now, and it's finally getting close to completion. Hence, I've decided to keep this log, so that there is a record of the final installation of the technologies that I've created. Once I turn it on there is no going back, no off switch, no refueling, and hopefully no stopping it. My invention, much smaller than a penny and weighing less, is close to having a mind of its own.

I know our current goverment hasn't been exactly thrilled with some of my previous research, and that they've been watching me on and off over the years. That is the precise reason for this project, but that's another story.

The quality of data returned from my so far un-named device is spectacular, as good as being there yourself! The test images, no mater what the lighting conditions, even almost total darkness, return crystal clear holographic images. Retrieving them, is another matter.

If the conditions are ideal, it can beam data back in real time ... if not, it can store it for an unlimited amount of time and in unheard of quantities.

The main body, made of tritainium, is coated with a tripolymer sealant, that holds enough data to record sound and visuals for years without having to be downloaded or beamed. The body is so strong that it is virtually impossible to break or damage, withstanding the harshest of conditions is no challenge for it.

The red lens you see in the close-up of the "eye" is able to focus my invention's sight, and hear from almost any distance. I achieved this, by using optical crystal layering and subwavelength switching. Under preliminary testing, I found that the isolinear optical chips that I employed for eye memory, worked as expected - perfectly. The idea of first temporarily storing, and then filtering the data at the device's eye level allowed for much higher speeds of transfer, and incredible amounts of lossless data. It is then pushed through the nano-pulsed matrix and into the main hull for storage or beaming.

It can follow sound, light, and all living things with relentless accuracy and intent. It doesn't give up trying to get closer to its subject and will climb, crawl, swim or whatever in pursuit of its goal. Once it knows its job .... it goes until it is commanded to stop and change goals or subjects.

Basically ... it's a tiny spy that just doesn't give up until it's asked to.

If all goes well with the last round of testing, I hope to have a dozen or so of these ready for release within the next few months.

One of the most exciting things I have achieved is creating something that learns from experience ... they remember everything, and see and hear everything. I do plan on testing it in my own house and on my own family before releasing it for its real purpose.





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I swear one of these follows me around every day.






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