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132nd Contact
Friday, July 18, 1980, 11:03 AM
Billy:
Perhaps, girl, today we can manage to record the sounds of your ship here in Dürsten undisturbed and hold them on tape.
Semjase:
1. The outlook for that is unlikely in this weather.
2. The farmers will now be in the fields, in order to bring in their grass as hay.
3. Though we are quite secluded here, we still surely won't have the necessary peace and quiet also here again.
Billy:
I know, it was quite lousy the last few weeks, and one didn't have his peace and quiet or opportunity anywhere. If I could just record, at least once, a full half-hour of the sounds of your whirring ship, such that I catch it in full action. Just the half whirring in half action doesn't bring the effect and the analysis possibilities, such as when you can let your ship wail in full swing.
Semjase:
4. Sure, I understand that.
5. But at the same time, you also have to be aware that the sounds of my ship are so loud when in full action that they can be heard for miles.
6. Therefore, today, we intend to carry out our tests here once again.
Billy:
As you say, but people will probably show up here again. But this means that we will again get the whirring on audio cassette only with interruptions, because if someone comes running up or approaches, then you'll simply let your mill fall silent and disappear. So the whole work is very tiresome and laborious.
Semjase:
7. I must also be careful with regard to the monitoring of the air, because the air force of your country is carrying out active flyovers here.
 

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