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Hourman and the villains chase Blue to an underground metro station. Tigress lunges at Blue but he transforms into a blue mist and escapes. Hourman rescues Tigress in a few split seconds before a passing L-Train zooms by. For a moment, Icicle thought he lost Tigress but then he notices Hourman helping Tigress up on the other side of the tracks. As for Jesse, she closes the eyes of the effigy king and a stone wall turns in front of her. The wall reveals the story of St. Urfeldt who hid the staff after Turga's defeat. St. Urfeldt chose a life of seclusion by living as a hermit in the Alps. The cave where St. Urfeldt resided is on the southern face of the Alps located in Davos. When the trio reconvenes with Jesse, she points that a stone figurine of St. Urfeldt must be taken to the cave where the priest lived as a hermit thereby revealing the location of the Tachophixyl.
paris underground trax vol 1 zip
"Music With No Name" is a series of releases with organic remixes from MELT 2000 artists of all different genres and nations. Volume 1 was released early 1996 establishing a landmark reference in remixing World Music and contemporary Jazz. It launched many unknown traditional artists like Madala Kunene into the underground Club Scene of the 90's from Tokyo to London to Sidney and back to the new dawn Johannesburg where Rudeboy Paul dropped the Smith & Mighty mix Ubombo by Madala like a bombshell on the local club scene.........
The SuperCDMS Collaboration is currently building SuperCDMS SNOLAB, a dark matter search focused on nucleon-coupled dark matter in the 1-5 GeV mass range. Looking to the future, the Collaboration has developed a set of experience-based upgrade scenarios, as well as novel directions, to extend the search for dark matter using the SuperCDMS technology in the SNOLAB facility. The experienced-based scenarios are forecasted to probe many square decades of unexplored dark matter parameter space below 5 GeV, covering over 6 decades in mass: 1-100 eV for dark photons and axion-like particles, 1-100 MeV for dark-photon-coupled light dark matter, and 0.05-5 GeV for nucleon-coupled dark matter. They will reach the neutrino fog in the 0.5-5 GeV mass range and test a variety of benchmark models and sharp targets. The novel directions involve greater departures from current SuperCDMS technology but promise even greater reach in the long run, and their development must begin now for them to be available in a timely fashion. The experienced-based upgrade scenarios rely mainly on dramatic improvements in detector performance based on demonstrated scaling laws and reasonable extrapolations of current performance. Importantly, these improvements in detector performance obviate significant reductions in background levels beyond current expectations for the SuperCDMS SNOLAB experiment. Given that the dominant limiting backgrounds for SuperCDMS SNOLAB are cosmogenically created radioisotopes in the detectors, likely amenable only to isotopic purification and an underground detector life-cycle from before crystal growth to detector testing, the potential cost and time savings are enormous and the necessary improvements much easier to prototype.
The Data Acquisition System for the CDMS II dark matter experiment was designed and built when the experiment moved to its new underground installation at the Soudan Lab. The combination of remote operation and increased data load necessitated a completely new design. Elements of the original LabView system remained as stand-alone diagnostic programs, but the main data processing moved to a VME-based system with custom electronics for signal conditioning, trigger formation and buffering. The data rate was increased 100-fold and the automated cryogenic system was linked to the data acquisition. A modular server framework with associated user interfaces was implemented in Java to allow control and monitoring of the entire experiment remotely.Click here to continue reading at Science Direct
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