"Chord Memory! The hymn for the widely used feature in 80s hardware synthesizers got some individual rewiring done:
When ten fingers ain't enough, Hyboid uses his Galactic Memory for punchy disco purposes, while Robyrt Hecht reaches
for a swinging Pivot Memory to sweep and swipe your electro habits. On the other hand Milium likes the exposed wires of his
Mutiny Memory to revolt, whereas CCO simulates his natural Echoic Memory with floating acid sparks.
Completing the mechanical rewiring the duo Nachtzug added delicate software to Execute the algorithms and installed a Memory
Loss button, for if you are in need of a reset."
A1 Geometry Of Planar Imagination
A2 Adaptive Unary Operator
A3 Drop Deconvolution
B1 Enclosing Envelope Algebra
B2 The Survivalist's Triangulation
B3 Verdicial Mimesis
"One reason why the Yskay were well advanced in scientific matters was their method of using endomorphisms for self-reflection:
Reconstruction of one's mental activities in new micro- or macroscopic arrangements via selected structure-preserving transformations.
We know; we just have to connect thoughts."
A1 Polyfoil Plaines Are Withering
A2 Conjuring Zeta Function
A3 Les 859 Quartos De Legendre
B1 Jacobisches Umkehrproblem
B2 No Pole Has Been Lifted
"Calculating the kernel of our being requires us to expand the axis of real values. By implication, we are in need of imaginary values in order to grasp truths.
Essentially the Yskay already formulated complex structures on manifolds and implented them in their philosophy.
Special rites were used to locate branch points of the mind - origins of inspriration and understanding."
"Any mental or material object is embedded in another and contains another. Is this chain finite? In which direction?
Would the knowledge about an all containing object allow us to derive all truths; or rather the knowledge about an unique subset of all existent objects?
The Yskay may have been able to state and prove a holistic theory based on a consistent axiomatic system by allowing its axioms to be linguistically inexpressible."
"The imagination, which faculty derives from sense, is very much strained and puzzled to frame clear ideas of the least particles of time, and much more so to comprehend the moments,
before they become finite particles. The further the mind analyseth and pursueth these fugitive ideas, the more it is lost and bewildered. The incipient celerity of an incipient celerity,
the nascent augment of a nascent augment. The clear conception of it will, if I mistake not, be found impossible. Whether it be so or no I appeal to the trial of every thinking being." (George Berkeley)
A1 Natura Non Facit Saltus
A2 Circumfluent Deduction
A3 Autodidactic Sun Ritual(0011)
B1 Alphabet of Human Thought
B2 Palaeontologische Determinante
B3 The Unconscious Mind
"Resulting from observations of the movement of clouds and luminaries, the accurate and sound route to the core of the earth - the Yskay's path of enlightenment -
is fulfilled by a special spiral through the earth crust. Astonishingly similar to the later described Fibonacci or golden spiral."
"Surprisingly perhaps, the Yskay had already gained a high level of abstract mathematical skills. Thus their scientific investigations of substantial
as well as of theoretic matter lead them to further insights on a variety of sciences; mathematics being their prime domain of accomplishments."
A1 Navegación Transsolar
A2 Stellar Constellation Embodiment
A3 Correspondencia Del Elemento No-Nulo
B1 Universes Being Repeatedly Created
B2 Portrayal Of The Pathways
"Tattered and worn out magnetic tape from mathematician Rey Y. Pastor referring to research regarding the Yskay has shown the magnificence of their cosmographic knowledge. Not only did the
tribe know about the spherical shape of the earth, moreover - in another symbolism - they also had been familiar with the elemental compostion of the earth, its atmosphere and beyond."
A1 Reliable Sun Ritual (0001)
A3 Pathway Beyond The Logic Gate
B1 Prominent Sun Ritual (0010)
B2 Leibniz' Vierspeziesrechenmaschine
B3 Bidual Monomorphismus
"The Yskay tribe was located at a rather unknown territory in a bygone epoch. As did many ancient tribes, the sun was gloriously worshiped by all of the
Yskay, which let them see the sun as their ultimate object of desire. Research by highly profiled scientists such as Gottfried Y. Leibniz has shown that the Yskay regarded the sun as the earth's core
itself - or as the Yskay would describe it: their bijective image respectively. Thus knowing the path to the middle of the earth is equivalent to reach out for the sun."