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  1. Good morning. How I love strong coffee. Get's you as jittery as a crackwhore and twice as merry! ZDoom scripting is proving more frustrating than I thought it would be. I guess it boils down to "the things that I'd love to implement" VS "the fact I'm just learning and there's alot to learn" I also didn't do too well in High school in IT class in terms of javascript, C++, and programming in general. I did learn how to make the PC speaker resonate a frequency that would crack the skull of a chicken. It told you about it in the c++ tutorial in the program. Turbo C++ I think it was. DOS based.

    This power plant in Austrailia gave off this frequency and all the farms in the area that had chickens died. Fortunately only really old pcs would actually produce this frequency. You see every hollow object has thing called a resonating frequency which causes the object to crack given the right pitch. Just imagine what an evil genius could do if he developed a device that would give off the resonating frequency of the human skull. Too scary to contemplate.


    So yes, as far as Zdoom scripting goes for now, I'm all scripted out.

    1. jute

      jute

      so what was the frequency?

    2. SYS

      SYS

      From Borland's Turbo C Reference Guide...

      True story: 7 Hz is the resonant frequency of a chicken's
      skull cavity. This was determined empirically in Australia,
      where a new factory generating 7-Hz tones was located too
      close to a chicken ranch: When the factory started up, all
      the chickens died.

      Aparently for humans it's 13 Hz. Lucky 13. All commercial grade sound systems are incapable of producing this inaudible frequency of death.

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