Amelia Shepherd has been cast afloat since losing her fellowship. She tries to find a niche in LA and at Oceanside Wellness as a member of the practice. Think Mash meets s lesbian pulp film. When not preoccupied by sexual conquest, practicing medicine or avoiding the tragic Oceanside Wellness curse, will Amelia finally latch on to a promising opportunity?
October 29, One thing has stayed with the James Bond movie franchise through the decades: Bond always has the most wonderful of gadgets. Bond, I see you have a book with many random five character groups. Nothing suspicious about that at all! It is no wonder some old weapons are little more than sticks or farm implements.
Imagine you were a cold war era spy living in a hostile country with a cover job with Universal Exports. Would you rather get caught with a sophisticated encryption machine or an ordinary consumer radio?
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That was one of the presumed purposes to the mysterious shortwave broadcasts known as number stations. These were very common during the cold war, but there are still a few of them operating.
About Number Stations There are actually several types of number stations, but the prototypical one is simply someone on the air reading lists of numbers or sending them via Morse code.
Some read off other coded messages like phonetic alphabet letters or have sounds in the background that may or may not be digitally-encoded messages.
One even used a sound clip from a Yosemite Sam cartoon to separate bursts of data. In most cases, no one knows for sure what the purpose of the stations are, but there are dedicated groups that try to locate them and even decode what they are saying.
However, it is thought that most of them use some form of one time pad cryptography which makes trying to decode them a very long shot. It is pretty widely accepted, though, that the purpose of most if not all of these stations is to deliver clandestine messages.
For example, suppose I wanted to send you secret messages so I give you a shortwave receiver.
I tell you to listen to a certain frequency at a certain time and I read off a series of numbers. To decode my message, you treat the numbers I read as a page number followed by a word number in, for example, a newspaper that is a day or two old.
As long as you keep a copy of the newspaper and you have the radio, I can send you messages that would be very hard to decipher unless someone told you what newspaper we agreed to use. This is a form of one time pad, and if you keep the secrets, the method is practically unbreakable. They have a naming scheme that identifies stations based on language or other characteristics of the signal.
For example, stations starting with E broadcast in English, while stations starting with S broadcast in a Slavic language.
M stations use Morse code.Tags: #challenge #writing prompts #prompts #not trek #off topic #the struggle is real #uss enterplaid #reference bumble-bren liked this sebby15 liked this. "The rules are simple: draw or write one prompt of your OTP a day, with the theme listed here!
You can use any fandom you like!! Be sure to tag each entry with 30 Day OTP Challenge to make it easier to keep track of them! Tom was reading a book, all cozy in his living room. The music adding a delightful and calm presence in the room.
Tom was waiting for a special visitor, which is . For the millions who log in every day, Warcross isn’t just a game—it’s a way of life. The obsession started ten years ago and its fan base now spans the globe, some eager to escape from reality and others hoping to make a profit. I am going to attempt to do this challenge for thirty days, and write a small drabble for each one.
They will all contain Tony, but different pairings. I know that you are supposed to use your OTP for this but I think that using the same pairing for 30 days would get rather annoying.
Behold, a day OTP challenge! There may or may not be more of these challenges in the future, but for now, have fun with this one. Your challenge is to create pieces inspired by 30 prompts in this challenge, one every day if you can.