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Triangulate This! Mysterion Wave MOCathalon Entry
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This is my Mysterion Wave entry into the MOCathalon for the team Triangulate This!!
About this creation


This is the mysterion cube classified as DT-36. I was ordered to observe the object and report back what I saw. It hovered right off the coast of Bimini Island for exactly 36 days.





The first thing I noticed was that the seas underneath it were calm. It didn't seem to do anything hostile. It seemed to be observing the ocean.



It had a propeller on the rear, though it was not used while in flight.



The menacing looking front seemed to be an antenna used to pick up short wave communications.



Every day the object would turn one of the dishes onto me. An old salt told me I should hold a piece of lead in my hand and see if it was transmitting any RF energy. It turns out it was.



Every 12 hours the object would turn both dishes skyward and transmit. I didn't do the lead trick to verify, only because the dishes would turn red hot. That was a clear indication that they were transmitting large amounts of RF energy and I would have been killed.





On the 36th day, the object folded back the stabilizing wings.



Within minutes it dove into the ocean.......



Never to be seen or heard of again.


Commentary: The lead trick really does work when you hold a pencil up while a Transceiver is emitting RF energy you will be able to see it arc to the pencil. This is actually an extremely dangerous trick and should not be performed by anyone.



Comments

 I like it 
  March 11, 2010
The splash scenes were great, the thing....well, that's is UGLY!
  March 10, 2010
Hahaha! Consider yourself lucky that I was the only one to notice... one of them (no names) usually gives binary scores to unfocused pics!
 I made it 
  March 9, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio Man, this is plain ugly, and some pics are out of focus. But you managed to build in-theme and I want to award that: 2 points.
LMAO Yuri, I gotta say this was the toughest thing for me. I don't care what anyone says man, the cube thing was ugly to me no matter what. I realized later that I had the build on a clear rod piece that was shaking as I was taking the pics. That was definitely my bad. Unfortunately I didn't notice until after I had torn down the set.
 I like it 
  March 9, 2010
Man, this is plain ugly, and some pics are out of focus. But you managed to build in-theme and I want to award that: 2 points.
 I like it 
  March 8, 2010
Is this the new devil in the Devil's Triangle? Where's the obligatory black light pic? XD
  March 7, 2010
An interesting build, and I really like the splash down effect at the end. The additions look more like they were an afterthought though. Still worthy of three (3) points. Lee.
 I like it 
  March 7, 2010
Those last two pictures saved it for you. 3 points.
 I like it 
  March 7, 2010
Sometimes your obsession with Atlantis scares me... just a little. Are we going to find you on one of those discovery channel shows as one of the guys that "mysteriously disappeared" while searching off the coast? HAHAHA Nice work! ~ Chris.
 
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