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|Von Ulmer's audio diary #1||Dated from July 20th, 1976. Based on the contents, this is the very first time Professor Svante Von Ulmer, Head of Research at FOA 53, used a recorder to keep a diary of his research.||2902.0, -879.7|
|Von Ulmer's audio diary #2||Dated from March 25th, 1977. Professor Von Ulmer is referring to Dr. Ingrid Granqvist, one of the Senior researchers at FOA 53 and his lifelong colleague and friend, even before they won the Nobel Prize for their joint research.||4359.6, -414.2|
|Von Ulmer's audio diary #3||Dated from June 5th, 1978. Professor Von Ulmer's reached a major obstacle in their research on brain-machine interfaces, which elicits strong ethical objections from the FOA 53 team, including Von Ulmer himself.||4960.4, 261.1|
|Holberg's log #1||Date unknown. In one of the very few records he left behind, Fredrik Holberg mentions the aftermath of two high-profile espionage affairs that were revealed in Sweden respectively in the 1960s and 1970s.||4845.4, -790.6|
|Holberg's log #2||Date unknown, possibly in 1979. In one of the very few records he left behind, Fredrik Holberg mentions the aftermath of the Sverdlovsk incident, and makes the decision to accelerate the plans made by the Swedish military. Mentions a Göransson at FOA 1.||3490.8, -183.3|
|Holberg's log #3||Date unknown, possibly in the early 1980s. In one of the very few records he left behind, Fredrik Holberg seems to hint at a planned connection between the research taking place at FOA 53, and the unknown research happening in "Accounting Office East" in Muskudden.||4516.1, -836.4|
|Extract from Emil Sandberg's radio show #1||An extract from Emil Sandberg's news radio show on channel SR4, aired in 1970. This story covers the recent Nobel Prize awarded to Professors Svante von Ulmer and Ingrid Granqvist.||3723.5, 56.4|
|Extract from Emil Sandberg's radio show #2||An extract from Emil Sandberg's news radio show, on channel SR4, aired on February 28th, 1986. This story covers that day's breaking news - the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, which caused national shock and gave rise to a number of conspiracy theories.||3983.7, -719.7|
|Extract from Emil Sandberg's radio show #3||An extract from Emil Sandberg's news radio show, on channel SR4, aired on November 10th, 1989. This story covers a major historical event, the fall of the Berlin Wall.|
Mere hours later, the Cataclysm would start.
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