Manifestation of Network Parasitism Via Communication Conduits — Dr. Semper Augustus; 0.000002 Ma; 40°42′46″N 74°0′22″W.

FISB is called in for emergency consultation after a transportation worker notes a strange growth emerging from a network communications panel responsible for managing surveillance in public transit infrastructure. The growth seems to have grafted itself onto telecom wires, causing them to swell and burst. The delicate copper filaments are replaced with hydrocarbon conduits that carry electrical impulse to a detached ferrotypical membrane that exhibits hexagonal grid topology. FISB analysts confirmed that the sprawling conduits are skimming data from the CAT-V source cable and transferring it into the hexagonal nucleus membrane. The membrane itself emits asynchronistic impulse as feedback into the communication lines; causing network disruption due to out-of-phase noise canceling source_data at terminal//peak intersections.

Three-body (αNN) models of the 6He and 6Li ground states are used to investigate their shell structure. Three models for each nucleus are considered: simple, full (nn), and full (np) for 6He, and simple, full (0%), and full (4%) for 6Li.

The 6He full models distinguish between use of the nn or np parameters for the 1S0 NN interaction, while the 6Li full models have either a pure 3S1 NN interaction (0%) or a 3S1−3D1 interaction that leads to a 4% d-wave component in the deuteron (4%). These models are used to calculate the probabilities of the orbital components of the wave functions, the configuration-space single-particle orbital densities, and the configuration-space two-particle wave function amplitudes in j−j coupling with the nucleon coordinates referred to the alpha particle as the "core" or "center of force." The results are then compared with those from phenomenological and realistic-interaction shell models.

Major findings of the comparison are the following: None of the shell models considered have a distribution of orbital probabilities across shells like that predicted by three-body models; the orbital rms radii from three-body models indicate an ordering of the orbits within shells, i.e., p12 outside p32, unlike oscillator shell models with a single oscillator parameter where the p-shell orbitals have the same shape; and, as expected, three-body orbital densities decay at large radial distances as exponentials rather than the too compact Gaussian falling off of oscillator shell models.

Manifestation of Network Parasitism Via Comunations Conduits — Dr. Semper Augustus; 0.000002 Ma; 40°42′46″N 74°0′22″W.

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