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Plague Dr was Leon Battista Alberti

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The big difference between film and video games is that Plague Dr becomes more interactive. Plague Dr plans on fusing the 2 through virtual reality. We want people to be a part of his global travels in ways other media doesn't offer. Options should include motion controls for physically interacting within an omnidirectional treadmill to perform locomotions in any direction. Plague Dr in VR capitalizes on how horror books and today's best-selling Xbox and Playstation releases are the same. They allow us to inhabit others. So the saga they're going through is the same as Plague Dr, whose template conjures depth and human resonance.

Plague Dr pieces the extraordinary together with information gleaned from 5 different monsters. I molded these characters to provide constant injections of new material to keep people engaged. I've condensed these 5 archetypal roles into 1, Plague Dr. Thus, all scary stories are forged from his reflection. I have established running times for book/game/season 1 at 30 episodes/levels/chapters. There is enough raw material to evolve and expand for decades without dragging things out; his tale spans (depending on frequency) over 30 years.

Each episode/level/chapters's backstory adds significantly to Plague Dr's appeal. At the end of each battleground, Plague Dr must defeat an archetypal monster (werewolves, vampires, mummies) reflected in that 3D distributed virtual environment's most tyrannical leader. They require a historical "invention" and attack method to defeat. Plague Dr's defenses vary depending on the era in which the subscriber is playing. Firearms, grenades, armor, and accessories evolve with time, some more challenging to use than others.

Subscribers will be able to trek the dark maze-like environments of Mesopotamia, receive unexpected attacks on Egypt's Nile, and retreat along the Indus River valley into the banks of China. Using the best VR engine, Plague Dr will react to time cycles in remarkable ways. Terrains include 360° travel experiences to the Great Pyramid, the Colossus of Rhodes, the Hanging  Gardens of Babylon, the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the Statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Colosseum in Italy, the Great Wall of China, the Tower of Pisa, and Stonehenge. 

Pitching this augmented reality series starts with the 1st episode, a pilot. I'm looking for someone to distill the essence of a story from a world in which it exists as words, someone able to find the narrative and lift them out of Plague Dr in 1 piece. An interpretation of precise visual and audio descriptions for a head-mounted display with a small screen facing the eyes. 

With Plague Dr, each book/game/season has an overall arc, and each episode/chapter/level occupies a specific  (and non-interchangeable) place within it. Both levels and episodes, like the book's chapters, are part of one continuous whole, miss 1, or view it out of order, and you've lost.

We can cast a prominent talent, as the epic's format allows them to do things they couldn't do anywhere else, the long-term payoff will be enormous. Payment aside, actors want to be challenged. Plague Dr will let someone dive deep and stay there. This actor must be able to explore different facets of Plague Dr as he evolves over the centuries. In each book/game/season, Plague Dr's beefy role will utilize a different trending actor of each nationality with lengthier exposition to bring his multicultural style into the fold.

Even though Plague Dr doesn't fit any kind of traditional linear gaming or series model, VR designers can quickly increase the narrative's complexity. It's their superb game design and graphical innovations that will capture imaginations. Artificial intelligence allows for an in-depth character like Plague Dr. Unlike most novels, Plague Dr includes historically significant action sequences. It doesn't get into dialogue and relationships. Plague Dr is structured as a commercially viable VR feature, like Half-Life: Alyx. Unlike a novel or movie, Plague Dr was written to draw focus away from emotions and toward practical puzzles in a networked virtual reality while focusing almost entirely on the books' storyline.

As 1 of Miami Beach 2.0's primary architectural references, I wanted to learn more about Plague Dr.  Make sure you've read this post before moving forward. It turns out, Leon Battista Alberti became the architectural advisor to Pope Nicholas V and was involved with several projects at the Vatican. Alberti's treatise led to the increasing study of both out-of-date literaturicall records, as well as a resurrection of classical styles of Latin. From the Renaissance, 1st in Italy and then increasingly across Europe, Humanism took hold of chronological studies.

In Rome, Plague Dr had plenty of time to study its ancient sites, ruins, and objects. Again, De re aedificatoria (1452), reflects De architectura by Vitruvius (30 BC). In looking further into Vitruvius, I read about this Russian mathematician named Anatoly Fomenko (born 1945). He developed a statistical method that, professedly, proved Leon Battista Alberti was Vitruvius. I immediately started thinking about da Vinci's text, written in mirror writing. His Vitruvian Man came from the proportions of the human body, as described in Vitruvius' De architectura 3.1.2–3. This led me to believe that fractals aren't limited to geometric patterns but they're displayed processes in time as well. Furthermore, subjective perception is known to have fractal features.

I'll start by saying that chronology is a continuing dialogue between the present and the past. My interpretations of it are subject to change in response to new evidence, new questions, and the new perspectives I might have gained by the passage of time. Although Leon Battista Alberti is often characterized exclusively as an architect, this does him no justice. James Beck said: "to single out 1 of his fields over others as somehow functionally independent is of no help to characterize his extensive explorations." Because of this, my next book will explore many aspects of seasteading in detail, from waste disposal to flags of convenience. This 1st installment is more of a creation myth if you will.

As my research continued, I found Leon Battista Alberti to be a pioneer in the field of Italian grammar. He modified the Latin language with that of antique Rome for use by the Vatican. Such properties led to the modern Italian linguistic style we hear today. Plague Dr's study of language preserved in written sources was concerned with understanding texts from the classical period. The roots of philology lie in his lifetime. Alberti attempted to return to the Latin of the classical period; he tried to produce more accurate editions of out-of-date texts. He used these original Greco-Roman manuscripts for language education in the west and furthered translation efforts into Latin.

Alberti was also sent to school to practice Roman Law. His most important patron was pope Pope Nicholas V (1397–1455). A pope well documented to have funded translations and architecture related to the distant past. As Greco-Roman intel declined with the fall of western Rome, so did their texts; many remained without a Latin translation. The fragile nature of papyrus meant that older documents not copied onto expensive parchment would eventually crumble and be lost. So how do we know what's original? To the eye, the final decline and cataclysms of the Byzantine comes from Pope Nicholas V, his chief patron. This heightened the activity between Byzantine Greco-Roman scholars and Leon Battista Alberti’s translations into Latin; plus, a full range of counterfeits ensued, including our most cherished historians, poets, playwrights, and philosophers. Most of which are superimposed phantom reflections of those in his circle and "outside of his square '' (enemies). Many architects attempted to design figures which would satisfy Vitruvius' claim that a human could fit into both a circle and a square. Alberti pulled it off through a network of explorers, artists, cosmographers, and merchants.

Leon Battista Alberti applied fractal patterns with various degrees of self-resemblance into his images, structures, literature and sounds. The geometry used in his construction of Vatican altars and Catholic tabernacles are sacred to this day. His concepts applied to everything from holy wells to religious art. We know his geometric ratios were employed in counterfeits of ancient Roman architecture and pre-Christian cathedrals, but did Plague Dr incorporate this into "sacred sites" throughout the planet? We know De re aedificatoria became a significant reference for architects - but to what extent? Is the timeline of the chronological record encrypted similarly? Such fractals would then be different from finite geometries in how they level.

As far as one can see, Constantinople fell on Leon Battista Alberti's watch, marking the end of the Romans (Byzantines). This led to the migration of Greco-Roman scholars and texts directly to him (and his colleagues), which brought about the invention of a mechanical movable type called the printing press. Cataclysms like the Black Death Plague aka Pestilence (the Pest) can reduce the world population in half; it sure did so during the Renaissance. It took hundreds of years for the human population to recover to its previous level, recurring as outbreaks in Italy for centuries. This enabled Leon Battista Alberti to assign different dates and locations to various accounts of the same recorded events, creating multiple "phantom copies" of these events.

These "fractal copies" could have been misdated by-centuries or even millennia, possibly ending up being incorporated into our conventional chronology. It seems that cataclysms that may have included the Black Death killed an estimated 25 million Chinese 15 years before it reached Constantinople 666 years ago. However, a plague also arrived in Constantinople in 542. Both cataclysms would go on to kill over a 3rd of the city's population both times. Such catastrophes reflect similar events with remarkably similar characters over vast periods.

For example, Fomenko compares the contemporary chronicle of Rome written by Titus Livius with a modern history of Rome written by Russian historian V. S. Sergeev. He calculated that the 2 have a high correlation, and thus that they describe the same period of chronicle, which is undisputed. He also compares modern texts which describe different periods, and calculates low correlation, as expected. However, when he compares, for example, the early chronicle of Rome and the Renaissance records of Florence, Genoa, and Venice, he calculates a high correlation. He concludes that the early history of Rome is a copy of the Late-Gothic records of Rome, thus clashing with mainstream accounts.

The Goths were a Ukrainian people living north of the Danube, who played a significant role in the fall of the western Roman Empire and the emergence of Medieval Europe. Reflections of cryptic people emerging from the Black Sea region perpetuates itself throughout history. In the chronicle of Europe, the Gothic era was also known as the Middle Ages or the medieval period. It lasted from the 5th-century until Leon Battista Alberti. He began with the fall of the western Roman Empire then merged into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery.

Leon Battista Alberti was a welcomed guest to soldier-princes and shrewd military commanders that generously spent money on the patronage of Latin records. He dedicated several of his treatises to such individuals. Similar to how Vitruvius dedicated De architectura (The 10 Books on Architecture) to the emperor Augustus, Marcus Agrippa, and others. De re aedificatoria is the only surviving major book on architecture from classical antiquity. Not much is recorded about Vitruvius' life. Most inferences about him get extracted from his only surviving work De Architectura. We know he was born Marcus Vitruvius Pollio (70 BC – 15 BC). This Marcus Pollio became a Latin author, architect, civil/military engineer. If De Architectura inspired surviving Roman monuments such as the Pantheon and the Baths of Diocletian and it wasn’t printed until Renaissance that can only suggest one thing. Even Marcus' cognomen Pollio is uncertain.

I argue that Marco Polo (1254 – 1324) reflects Marcus Pollio. Marco Polo was an Italian merchant who traveled through Asia along the Silk Road between 1271 and 1295. Best known for "seeing many things that had previously been unknown to Europe." With the Florentine cosmographer Paolo Toscanelli, Leon Battista Alberti collaborated in map-making through astronomy (a close science to geography at that time), producing "Descriptio Urbis Romae." It was Toscanelli who provided Columbus with the map that guided him on his first voyage. Parallels between Marco Polo and Marcus Pollio suggests Alberti knew about the New World long before Columbus set sail. His search for the wealth and prosperity of India's Bengal Sultanate led to the colonization of the Americas a few years after Leon Battista Alberti's death.

Since the publication of Polo's book in 1300, some have viewed the book with skepticism. I question Marco Polo's travels in China. Polo does not write about the Great Wall of China, and the exact date and place of birth are "archivally" unknown. The Korčulan origin of Marco Polo is pure falsification.

Upon further inquiry, I looked into Leonardo da Vinci's collaboration with Luca Pacioli's "father of accounting" and author of Divina proportione. It's not hard to see how the golden ratio is within the Vitruvian Man. Pacioli used the golden ratio when he published the 1st description of the double-entry system. I have reason to believe The Vitruvian man is, in fact, Leon Battista Alberti. Even if the Vitruvian man isn't, or also wasn't sketched by Leon Battista Alberti, before Leonardo da Vinci met Pacioli, his remix of Vitruvius was- by a long shot.

Moreover, double-entry bookkeeping is reflected in Leon Battista Alberti's remix of Plinius the Elder (70 AD) Tabulae Rationum. It said: "On 1 page all the disbursements are entered, on the other page all the receipts; both pages constitute a whole for each operation of every man". It seems as though Leon Battista Alberti introduced it to fund black ops. Hence, every entry to a black budget account required a corresponding and opposite entry to a different account. He added double-entry bookkeeping to Italy, essentially funding the Renaissance. In the same vein, I will get funding for Miami Beach 2.0 by functioning as a haven for the wealthy to avoid taxes or other problems. Miami Beach 2.0 can also serve as a visa-free startup entrepreneurial incubator.

According to the United Nations, a country's Exclusive Economic Zone extends 200 nautical miles from shore. Beyond that boundary lie the high seas, I’m not subject to the laws other than the flag under which I sail. Miami Beach 2.0 will take advantage of the absence of rules and regulations outside the sovereignty of nations. We will experiment with new governance systems, and allow the citizens of existing governments to exit more easily. For these autonomous mobile communities (on seaborne platforms) to operate in international waters, we need an evident understanding of agencies like the United Nations and NATO. Organizations, including states, religions, and corporations, may sometimes use organized crime methods to conduct their activities. However, their powers derive from their status as formal social institutions. This distinction concerning organized crime is not always apparent, and academics continue to debate the matter. We know such "deep states" are formed by clandestine governments with covert networks of power operating independently of a state's political leadership, in pursuit of hidden agendas.

In the past, groups that claim to have built the 1st seastead in International Waters have had  their host Navys’ officials, who previously agreed to it, charge them with violating sovereignty. Through Albertian applications of nature, I’ll combat this with multi-story "survival pods." Mounted on telescopic steel legs, these warlike ovoid insects will swim and fly all around the world. They’d function like any other group of synergistically interacting organisms, exhibiting homeostasis, power-law scaling, persistent disequilibrium, and emergent behaviors.

Although there is no immutable "truth" about past events and their meaning, there's ample evidence that Leon Battista Alberti belonged to a supra-national intelligence organization.  This spy ring hasn't had to answer known laws, let alone the rules governing the countries that have "descended." Although its name is unknown, I refer to it as the Underworld. It ascends when nations can no longer perform essential functions, usually due to pandemics, fractious violence or extreme poverty. We know that there were human societies in the antique period that were significantly more technologically advanced than the rest; no not aliens, the Underworld.

Stationed along the coastlines of the Black Sea; from Croatia, along the Danube to northeast Ukraine and further across Russia into Siberia. This prehistoric agency seems to have constructed all 5 early civilizations that supposedly arose independently, starting with the Mal' ta–Buret', an archaeological culture in Siberia. The Underworld began with a cataclysm that was triggered an extensive biomass burning by an impact winter. The Younger Dryas abrupt climate change contributed to calamities of the Late-Pleistocene, leading to the end of the Underworld’s homeland. The impact event forced them to settle elsewhere to survive. Lacking resources, they persevered through providing protection, prostitution, extortion, blackmail, drug trafficking, theft, violence - you name it. Capitalizing on epidemics, this horde of hunter-gatherers has perpetuated this behavior for collective gain ever since. Refining our character each time, we've become more and more civilized as a consequence of natural selection.

Once I take control of the Underworld, I’ll allow Miami Beach 2.0 to operate hospitals that give access to healthcare in pandemics. In less intense times, we’ll do procedures off the coasts of countries where clients are subject to strict laws. While homesteading on the High Seas, Miami Beach 2.0 could even have radio stations anchored in international waters, broadcasting restricted messages to listeners onshore. Because of concerns about regulatory matters, naming it Miami Beach 2.0 may not be the best fit. So I’m renaming it ™ or" The MOB" (Mobile Offshore Base). ™ can also offer failed states loans for interest, with strict terms of collection upon failure, operating in the open (outside of any authority).

On a logistical level, without access to outside amenities, ™ could be too remote and uncomfortable to attract potential long-term residents. Building ™ to withstand the rigors of the open ocean may prove uneconomical without some serious money behind it. Luckily, the Underworld has cryptically hidden itself best within democratic countries whose political, social, and economic institutions have come under the control of business oligarchs.

Outwardly,  the Underworld crystallized during the Crisis of the Late-Gothic ages. Black Death Plague wiped out the entire system. This sudden end to the previous period led to massive scientific changes during the Gunpowder warfare period. The Underworld 1st used incendiary devices based on siege warfare as the Mongols. By 1346, their cannons would play a vital role in the Hundred Years' War. Once they came up with the matchlock, their guns were able to be aimed and fired while held steady with both hands, like an arquebus.

All major inventions like handguns, print, ocean navigation occurred in Leon Battista Alberti's lifetime. All the chronology of the "Old World" is known to us from manuscripts that date from the Renaissance to the 18th-century, but describe events that allegedly happened thousands of years before, the originals regrettably and conveniently lost. The English chronicle of 640–1040 and Byzantine records of 378–830 are Reflections of the same late-Gothic original.

During Renaissance Europe, the chronology was about states or nations. The study of records changed during the Enlightenment and Romanticism. Voltaire described the chronology of certain ages that he considered important, rather than describing events in chronological order. Chronology became an independent discipline. The "philosophia historiae" didn't exist anymore, but merely history (historia).

Interestingly, Plague Dr developed a similar theory bearing the same name, "Historia." The whole idea of art and culture dying during the Dark Ages, then resurrecting during the Renaissance, is cryptic. It's illogical that Romans and Greco-Romans under Byzantium could fail to use the intel left by ancient Greece and Rome, especially when it was of urgent military use. Inspired by historian David Rohl's New Chronologies, I claim that most recorded records began during the Renaissance. Many events that allegedly occurred before that point either never really happened or are merely inaccurate retellings of events that occurred either much later or much earlier. One might wonder why we should want to revise the chronology of early records today and base our revision on new empirical-statistical methods. Let me remind you that during the Renaissance, chronology was a subdivision of mathematics.

My task was difficult due to a dearth of physical evidence: for example, Sparta was a leading Greco-Roman city-state. Yet, little evidence of Sparta survives to study. What we have comes from Athens, Sparta's rival; likewise, the Romans destroyed most evidence (cultural artifacts) of earlier conquered peoples. However, the Peloponnesian War between the Spartans and Athenians seems to describe something later. The conflict between the Duchy of Athens and the Duchy of Neopatras in Greece, held by the Catalan Company. The Navarrese Company attacked them in the Late-14th-century. NOTE: In 430 BC, the Plague of Athens devastated the city's population. The outbreak also affected much of the eastern Mediterranean region. The Black Sea moves into the Mediterranean from the Aegean. One could draw parallels between these events and Black Death Plague. Recurrences of Black Death Plagueand other cataclysms caused from this region bring a continuing decline of the population over and over again.

In the western Provinces, the collapsing Latin mob lost many Greco-Roman manuscripts that were not preserved by monasteries. However, due to the expense of writing materials, monastic scribes recycled old parchments. The parchments became reused after scraping off the ink of the early texts and writing new books on the previously used parchment, creating what is called a palimpsest. Fortunately, the old writing can still be retrieved, and many precious works, which would have otherwise got lost, have been recovered. However, accurately dating such recycled materials is virtually impossible.

With the decline of Latin authority in western Europe, the literary development became confined mainly to the eastern Romans and the Persian mob. Latin, never 1 of the primary literary languages, rapidly declined in importance (except within the Vatican). Plague Dr’s Italian soon morphed into modern Spanish. The principal literary styles were Greco-Roman and Persian, though other words such as Syriac and Coptic were important too.​, influenced by the classical western tradition, cryptically named early models, or alluded to in certain works. I infer artistic influence through comparative methods that reveal reflections of thought. Sometimes copies of said Greco-Roman texts will contain handwritten annotations that offer direct evidence of remixing.

Leon Battista Alberti traveled to Rome in 1431, where he took holy orders and entered the service of the papal court. The Vatican continued to evolve during the Gothic ages and remains a significant facet of being in the modern western world. I believe Fomenko is correct when he states that the world record before 1600 deliberately was falsified for political reasons. Edited and fabricated by the Vatican, the Romans, and the pro-German Romanov mob. The Underworld both revealed and concealed concepts like money, horses, and the wheel in various parts of the world to maintain power. Our criminal organization functioned more like a religiously-motivated terrorist group. Click here to understand this better.