Monthly Archives: April 2015
We are getting there! We have a circuit diagram, the Thuring boards, and quartz from COMPONA AG. We now need to buy the “24-stage frequency divider” HEF 4521BT. =
“You have hit upon a potential mystery, which I did not explore in the book, because, by the time Megrahi went home, we had not gained disclosure of the necessary material. The Togo timer and the two control samples provided … Continue reading
We have a beautiful circuit diagram and the Thuring boards have been ordered. It is time to worry about the components we need for this project! Today, we will take care of the quartz.
Now that we have a diagram of the circuit we wish to assemble, we need to design a circuit board and contact a company that will produce these boards. Lumpert contacted the Thuring company twice. Here are the invoices for the … Continue reading
Today, we begin the construction of the MST-13 timers as if we were Ulrich Lumpert who just learned from his boss that he had to build a few of those in a hurry. Obviously, we need a circuit diagram. Here … Continue reading
In September 1990, Detective Sergeant Peter Avent went on a mission to Togo. He was joined by Detective Inspector Watson McAteer and FBI agent Craig Bates. “I was sent out to view those weapons and also to show the authorities … Continue reading
Matthew Kevin Gannon was flying home from a hectic temporary duty (TDY) assignment in the Middle East to spend Christmas with his family. He was on the final leg of his journey, a flight from London to NYC. The plane on which he was a passenger was Pan Am Flight 103. Continue reading