Ahriman Report 3


Centennial Sciences Research Laboratories


EXPERIMENT NUMBER: 23-19A SUBJECT: Anomatter-assisted rain production TECHNICIAN: A. Thyone


HYPOTHESIS: Water vapor exposed to AMP will condense outside of standard conditions

CONTROL VARIABLES: A 3’ x 3’ pressurized atmospheric chamber calibrated to match desert conditions. 1L distilled water vapor

PROCEDURE: 12 units stabilized AMP will be introduced to the chamber. Simultaneously, the water vapor will be introduced to the chamber. Atmospheric conditions will be monitored for 5 minutes. If no change is observed, 3 units of praxium will be introduced to the system, neutralizing the anomatter, ending the test.

CONCLUSION: Failure. Rain formed, but not in the expected way.

NOTES: During the test, the atmospheric control settings were not touched. And yet, at the 2:42 mark of the test, the system showed optimal conditions for rain had been met. It would seem that rather than alter the water vapor, the anomatter altered the space around the water vapor. We expected rain and we got rain, just now how we expected.

Aricus had the word “intelligence” circled in the margins of his notes. Is this what he meant? Surely the anomatter is incognizant, but perhaps in can become entangled with the observer’s mind via quantum coupling?

In the meantime, anomatter shows a promising capacity for weather control. Praxidike is ecstatic. He wants to explore anomatic applications in agriculture, but I must say I’m more interested in the unintended results of this test.

Does intention affect anomatic interaction?

Ahriman Thyone

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