Monthly Archives: January 2014

High energy weapons

ALPHA PARTICLE
Helium nuclei. Not very penetrating. Stopped by epidermis.

BECQUEREL
Symbol: Bq
1 disintegration/second. 1 Curie = 3.7 x 10^10 Bq. Unit of activity. Things with small half-lives have the biggest activity.

BERYLLIUM
Symbol: Be
Element 4 with atomic weights b/w 6 and 11. A neutron reflector and neutron source. Has low thermal neutron absorption cross section. Has high neutron scattering cross section. Be has the highest number of atoms / c.c. than any other element. Absorbs high energy neutrons to become a neutron source.
Used in the core of boosted fission devices.

number 4
symbol Be
name Beryllium
density 1.85
heatVapor 73.9
heatFusion 2.8
elecConduct .25
thermalConduct .38
specificHeat .45
weight 9.012182
boilPoint 2472 deg C
meltPoint 1289 deg C
thermalConduct 2.01
specificGrav 1.848 (20 deg C)
valence 2
configuration [He] 2s^2

BETA PARTICLE
Electrons, more penetrating than alphas. Can go through air, but are stopped by protective clothing.

BETA DECAY
Radioactive emission of an electron (beta particle) from a nucleus.

BOOSTING
Injecting the hollow core of a fissile weapon with T and D gases, soon after core implosion and fission initiation. Done to improve efficiency – there is
a synergy b/w fission and fusion reactions.

DEUTERIUM
Symbol: D
Heavy hydrogen isotope. Atomic number of 1, atomic weight of 2. i.e. nucleus has 1 proton, 1 neutron. Deuterium is not radioactive. Found as
1/6000 of tap water. Nuclear fuel used in fusion into helium.

GAMMA RAY
Short wavelength electromagnetic radiation, extremely high energy light. Highly penetrating. Can go through inches of steel or lead. Need metres of lead for
protection.

GRAY
Symbol: Gy
SI unit for 1 Joule deposited/kilogram of flesh. 1 Rad = 0.01 Gy.

ION
Atom stripped of its electron cloud.

laser
INERTIAL CONFINEMENT
A technique which compresses a mass of fusion fuel, thereby increasing the probability and rate of fusion. Abbreviation: ICF

LEVITATION
Method of separating the pusher and core so that there is an air gap in between. This lets the pusher develop momentum (and maximises impulse) as
the pusher implodes.

LITHIUM
Symbol: Li
Element 3 with atomic weights b/w 5 and 9. Used as a fusion fuel. It is usually compounded with deuterium to form Li-6D. Neutron bombardment transforms Li
into T. THe T fuses with the D to release He nuclei, more neutrons, and radiation.

LITHIUM 6 DEUTERIDE
Called “Liddy” by Igor Kurchatov its discoverer, it serves as a dry fuel in secondaries.

MEGATON
1,000,000 tons of TNT. 1 ton of TNT = 4.184^9 J. [From ‘A Physicist’s Desk Reference’, Ed. Herbert L. Anderson]

NEUTRON
Chargeless particle, and highly penetrating due to this property. It hardly interacts, and hence is difficult to block. Can only be
blocked by metres of concrete or deep water. Neutron absorption by nuclei can make the nuclei radioactively unstable.

NUCLEON
A proton or neutron in a nucleus.

ORALLOY
Symbol: Oy
Oak Ridge Alloy, about 93.5% U-235.

PLUTONIUM
Sumbol: Pu
Element 94 with atomic weights b/w 232 and 246. Radioactive, man-made. Half-life is 24,360yrs, and it alpha decays. Pu-239 metal is used in weapons.

number 94
symbol Pu
name Plutonium
weight [244]
boilPoint 3230 deg C
meltPoint 640 deg C
heatVapor
heatFusion
elecConduct
thermalConduct 0.0670
specificHeat
specificGrav (alpha modification) 19.84 (25 deg C)
valence 3, 4, 5, or 6
configuration [Rn] 5f^6 7s^2

RAD
Radiation Absorbed Dose, unit for measuring specific amounts of radiation absorbed by human tissue.

REM
Radiation Equivalent Man, measures biological damage done to tissue by specific amounts of radiation. The type of radiation is taken into account.
For beta and gamma radiation, 1 RAD = 1 REM. For neutrons and alphas, 1 RAD = up to 20 REM, depending on particle energy. Low rad dosages are
a few REM, high doses are > 100 REM. High doses give rise to immediate radiation sickness: hypodermal bleeding, hair loss, sickness. Under 25 REM,
no short term effects are observed. In the long term, however, it will lead to greater possibility for cancer and genetic abnormality in offspring.

ROENTGEN
Symbol: R or r
Unit for measuring ionising radiation in air. Replaced by the Coulomb/kg.
1 roentgen = 2.58 x 10^-4 C/kg.

SHAKE
10 ns

SIEVERT
Symbol: Sv
SI unit defined as Gy x Quality_factor. 1 REM = 0.01 Sv. Unit for dose equivalent. QF of gammas and betas is 1, QF for alphas is 20. So absorbed dose
of 1 Gy of gammas = 1 Sv, whereas the dose of 1 Gy of alphas is 20 Sv. Background rad is 0.03 Sv.

SPARKPLUG
Oy or Pu-239 rod used as a fission igniter in a fusion cell. When compressed and bombarded at one end by neutrons, it fissions. It heats the surrounding
compressed fusion fuel, and provides neutrons for T generation.
TRITIUM
Symbol: T
Heavy hydrogen isotope. Atomic number of 1, atomic weight of 3. i.e. nucleus has 1 proton, 2 neutrons. Tritium is radioactive, with a half-
life of 12.3yrs. Not found in Nature. Produced via neutron bombardment of Li.

URANIUM
Symbol: U
Element 92 with atomic weights b/w 227 and 240. The U-235 and U-238 isotopes are used in weapons. U-238 produces Pu-239 via neutron bombardment in reactors.
A heavy, silvery-white metal which is pyrophoric (spontaneous ignition) when finely divided. Highly corrosive to most materials when in metallic vapour
form. Melting point: 1132 C. Boiling point: 3818 C. Has 6 electrons in highest shell, contributing to a complicated chemistry for U.

number 92
symbol U
name Uranium
weight 238.0289
boilPoint 4134 deg C
meltPoint 1135 deg C
heatVapor
heatFusion
elecConduct
thermalConduct 0.275
specificHeat
specificGrav ~18.95
valence 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6
configuration [Rn] 5f^3 6d 7s^2

URANIUM HEXAFLUORIDE
Symbol: UF6
Used in separation techniques since there is only 1 isotope of F. Molecular weight is 349 or 352, corresponding to U-235 and U-238 respectively. Highly
symmetrical moelcule. Fluorines arranged arround central U atom, along the 3 perpendicular axes. UF6 is highly reactive, especially against water and
many organic compounds. Strong fluorinating agent. Corrosive to most metals. Only Ni or Al and their alloys are suitable for UF6 handling in separators.
Colorless solid at room temp. At room pressure, it sublimes at 56.5 C. cf dry ice.

What is a “black hole”?

By Andrew Fraknoi and Sherwood Harrington

JUST TWO DECADES ago, black holes were an interesting footnote to our astronomical theories that few non-specialists had heard about. Today, black holes have “arrived” – one hears about them in Hollywood thrillers, in cartoon strips, and more and more on the science pages of your local newspaper.
What exactly are these intriguing cosmic objects and why have they so captured the imagination of astronomers and the public?
A black hole is what remains after the death of a very massive star. Although stars seem reasonably permanent on human time scales, we know that over the eons all stars will run out of fuel and eventually die. When smaller stars like our own Sun burn out, they simply shrink under there own weight until they become so compact they cannot be compressed any further. (This will not happen to the Sun for billions of years, so there is no reason to add a rider to your home owners policy at this time!)
Supermassive_black_hole
When the largest (most massive) stars have no more fuel left, they have a much more dramatic demise in store for them. These stars have so much material that they just cannot support themselves once their nuclear fires go out. Current theories predict that nothing can stop the collapse of these huge
stars. Once they begin to die, whatever remains of them will collapse FOREVER.
As the collapsing star falls in on itself, pull of gravity near its surface will increase.
Eventually its pull will become so great that nothing – not even light – can escape, the star will look BLACK to an outside observer. And anything you throw into it will never return. Hence astronomers have dubbed these collapsed stellar corpses “black holes.”
Alert readers will quickly note that this expanation of black holes does not bode well for finding one. How do we detect something that cannot give off any light (or other form of radiation)? You might suggest that we can spot a black hole as it blocks the light of stars that happens to lie behind it. That might work if the black hole hovered near the Earth, but for any black holes that are a respectful distance away in space, the part of the sky it would cover would be so small as to be invisible.
To make matters worse, the sort of black hole that forms from a single collapsing star would be only 10 or 20 miles across – totally insignificant in size compared to most objects astronomers study and much too small to help a distant black hole hunter on Earth.
The size of a black hole, by the way, is not the size of the collapsing star remnant. The stuff of the former star does continue to collapse forever inside the black hole. What gives the hole its “size” is a special zone around the star’s collapsing core, called the “event horizon.” If you are outside this
zone, and you have a powerfull rocket, you still have a chance to get away. Once you passed inside this zone, the gravitational pull of the collapsing stuff is so great, nothing you can do can help you from being pulled inexorably to your doom. The name “event horizon” comes from the fact that once objects are inside the zone, events that happen to them can no longer be communicated to the outside world. It is as if a tight “horizon” has been wrapped around the star.
How then could we detect these bizzare objects and verify the strange things predicted about them? It turns out that far away from a black hole the only way to detect it is to “watch it eating.”
If a black hole forms in a single star system, there is very little material close to the collapsed remnant for its enormous gravity to pull in. But we believe that more than half of the stars form in double, triple or multiple systems. When two stars orbit each other in proximity, and one becomes a black
hole, the other one may have some difficult times ahead.
Under the right circumstances, material from the outer regions of the normal star will begin to flow toward its black hole companion. As particles of this stolen material are pulled into a twisting, whirling stream around the black hole’s event horizon, they are heated to enormous temperatures. They quickly become so hot that they glow – not just with visable light, but with far more energetic X-rays. (Of course, all this can be seen only above the event horizon; once the material falls into the horizon, we have no way of ever seeing it again.)
Astronomers began searching in the 1970s for the tell-tale X-rays that indicate that a black hole is consuming a part of its neighbor star. Since cosmic X-rays are blocked by the Earth’s atmosphere, these observations became possible only when we could launch sensitive X-ray telescopes into space. But in the last decade and a half, at least three excellent candidates for a “feeding” black hole have been identified.
Probably the best-known case is called Cygnus X-1, a system in the constellation of Cygnus the swan, in which we see a normal star that appears to be going around a region of space with nothing visable in it. Smack dab from the middle of that region, we see just the sort of X-rays that reveal the
stream of material being sucked into the hole.
While this sort of indirect evidence is not quite as satisfying as seeing a black hole “up close,” for now (and perhaps fortunately) it will have to do. What is intriguing astronomers these days is the posibility that enormous black holes may have formed in crowded regions of space. These may not just eat part of a companion star, but may actually consume many of their neighbor stars eventually. What we would then have is an even larger black hole, able to eat even more of the material in its immediate neighborhood.
In the most populated areas of a galaxy – for example, its center – black holes may ultimately form that contain the material of a million or billion stars. In recent years, astronomers have begun to see tantalizing evidence from the center of our own galaxy and from violent galaxies in the distant reaches of space indicating that such supermassive black holes may be more common than we ever imagined. If this evidence is further confirmed, we may find that the strange black hole plays an important role not only in the death of a few stars but even in the way entire galaxies of stars evolve.

Meth at home

First part:

5. Pour 1/8 teaspoon of the lye crystals into the bottle of ephedrine and agitate. Do this carefully, as the mixture will become hot, and give off hydrogen gas and/or steam. H2 gas is explosive and lighter than air, avoid any flames as usual. Repeat this step until the mixture remains cloudy. This step neutralizes the HCl in the salt, leaving the insoluble free base (l-desoxyephedrine) again. Why do we do this? So that we can get rid of any water-soluble impurities. For 3 oz. bottles, this should take only 3 repetitions or so.

6. Fill the bottle from step 5 up the rest of the way with ethyl ether. Cap the bottle, and agitate for about 8 minutes. It is very important to expose every molecule of the free-base to the ether for as long as possible. This will cause the free base to dissolve into the ether (it -is- soluble in ether).

7. Let the mixture settle. There will be a middle layer that is very thick. Tap the side of the bottle to get this layer as thin as possible. This is why this bottle should be clear.

8. Remove the top (ether) layer with the eyedropper, being careful not to get any of the middle layer in it. Place the removed ether layer into a third bottle.

9. Add to the third bottle enough water to fill it half-way and about 5 drops of muriatic acid. Cap it. Shake the bottle for 2 minutes. When it settles, remove the top layer and throw it away. The free base has now been bonded to the HCl again, forming a water soluble salt. This time, we’re getting rid of ether-soluble impurities. Make sure to get rid of all the ether before going to step 11!

10. If there is anything left from step 3, repeat the procedure with it.

11. Evaporate the solution in the Pyrex dish on low heat. You can do this on the stove or nuke it in the microwave (be careful of splashing), but I have found that if you leave it on top of a hot-water heater (like the one that supplies hot water to your house) for about 2-3 days, the remaining crystals will be ephedrine HCl.

If you microwave it, I suggest no more than 5-10s at one time. If it starts “popping”, that means you have too little liquid left to microwave. You can put it under a bright (100W) lamp instead. Microwaving can result in uneven heating, anyway.

First Batch: 120mg ephedrine HClEstimated: 300mg (100% of theoretical, disregarding HCl)

Now, Making Methamphetamine out of ephedrine by reducing it with Hydroiodic Acid and Red Phosphorus.

Items needed:
Alot of matchbooks (the kind with the striking pad)

Coffee filters (or filter paper)

Something that measures ml and grams

A flask (a small pot with a lid can be used)

iodine

Hydroiodic Acid (I will tell you how to make this)

Red Phosphorus (I will tell you how to make this)

Lye

*Optional (toluene and HCI gas)

Making Red Phosphorus: To be continued…

CSI New York 5-21

The season 4 finale left us restless, waiting for season 5. Mac is held hostage on an acward bank robbery/ ellaborate kidnap. Who knows what the future will tell us about this great TV show named CSI New York?
This is the romanian subtitle for season 5 episode 21 – season finale.

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Ridica mainile sus.

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Acum !

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Intoarce-te !

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Am spus sa te intorci !

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Fa-o !

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Okay, intoarce-te.

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Valiza.

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Impinge-o usor.

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Cutit razor ?

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Ce, crezi ca sunt prost ?

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Asta ramane la mine.

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Sa mergem

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Haide !

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El, uh…

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El ii acolo.

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Sti intelegerea.

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Vino !
Continua sa vi spre mine !

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Esti in siguranta.

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Leaga un capat de glezna
si celalalt de geanta

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Fa-o !

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Te astepti sa cred ca nu tu l-ai omorit ?

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Nu am facut-o eu.

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Acest om era mort dinainte sa ajung eu.

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Acum demonstreaz-o !

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Subtitrare creata de Robyz

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* Out here in the fields *

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* I fight for my meals *

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* I get my back into my living *

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* Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. *

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NYPD, faceti loc !

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Cati ostatici are ?

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Poate o duzina.
Nu stiu un numar exact.

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Uite ce stiu

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Angajatii tocmai au ajuns la servici

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cand ucigasul nostru a intrat
in banca in stilul cowboy.

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La pamant !
Toata lumea sa stea jos !

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I-a pus pe toti la pamant

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apoi merge sa deschida seiful,

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in acel moment un angajat a pornit alarma.

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Raspunsul ii prompt,
prinzandu-l pe ucigas inauntru.

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-Sti cine ii?
-Stim ca ii un barbat alb,

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de aproximativ 40 de ani

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inarmat si foarte periculos.

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Deja a omorit pe cineva.

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A impuscat un ostatic ?

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Detaliile sunt vagi,
dar martorul

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care a iesit
a spus ca a auzit un foc de arma

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apoi a vazut un cadavru pe jos in seif.

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Geez.

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Unde ii Mac ?

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-Cu cadavrul.
-Oh, cred’ca glumesti.

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Acesta nu ii un jaf obisnuit, Stella.

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Tipu’ asta are deja trei cereri:

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o masina de politie nemarcata,
fara presa,

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si cineva de la CSI.

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A vrut unul de-a nostru ?

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Jura ca nu el l-a omorit pe omul dinauntru,

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si vrea pe cineva inauntru
sa dovedeasca ca nu ii un criminal.

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Deci Mac a acceptat sa rezolve
una din cereri…

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In schimbul unui ostatic.

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Oh, tipu asta ii destept.

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Acum are ostatic un politist
pentru sigurana.

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* Hey, you! *

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* Someone said you
were lost out there *

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* In the grip *

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* Trying to strangle us
all down here *

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* In the meantime *

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* Are you ever gonna set us
free? *

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* Hey, you! *

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* Will we ever get out
of here? *

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* Are you ever gonna
surrender? *

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* Do you even care? *

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* Caught in the suit
that you wear *

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* When you’re looking for
something *

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* Caught in the suit
that you wear *

CSI New York

Finally, the Cabbie Killer was caught. And now he’s spending the rest of his meserable life in prison. A real nice end of season 4 for the CSI New York series. Here’s the romanian subtitle for episode 20 – Taxi.

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Lucrul la care se gandeste fiecare locuitor din New York.

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Monstrul care a fost numit de presa: Taximetristul criminal.

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Un criminal in serie care a creat
panica in oras cum nu a mai fost de mult timp.

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Telefoanele suna incontinu.

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Sa il ascultam pe Jason.

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Primarul ar face bine sa isi miste curul si sa faca ceva cat mai repede.

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Oamenii sunt nervosi.

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Autobuzele si trenurile sunt pline.

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Drumul meu de 20 de minute dureaza acum 2 ore.

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Al tau si al altor 8 milioane de oameni, Jason.

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Sa o ascultam acum pe Wendy.

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Avem 30,000 de politisti, Larry.

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De ce nu pot prinde un simplu taximetrist ?

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Ah, ce nespalat.

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Face ca noaptea balului petrecuta
pe bancheta din spate a masinii tatalui meu

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cu Bianca Difazio sa para ca
nu s-a intamplat niciodata..

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In masina tatalui tau ?

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Haide Roland, ii timpul sa faci cateva gogosi.

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Am avut de ales intre masina lui si Pontiacul meu.

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Sa mergem amice.

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Flack!

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Ii mort.

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L-am pierdut.

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Don…

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Politia din Jersey.

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Crezi ca a fost el, taximetristul criminal?

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Ei bine, daca a fost el,
tocmai a marit miza.

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Idiotul a omorit un politist.

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CSI New York
Sezonul 4 Episodul 20

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Subtitrare realizata de Robyz pentru www.titrari.ro

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Ai luat numarul masinii ?

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Nu, nu avea placute.
Ai retinut ceva despre masina ?

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Producator, model, anul fabricarii ?

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Nu stiu, poate Ford.

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Era lovita sau
avea alte urme ?

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Mergea prea tare.

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Haide, spune-mi ceva, orice.

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Uite, stiu ca vorbesc ca un idiot.

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Dar tot ce stiu ii ca era un taxi galben.

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M-am apropiat la 20 de metrii de el

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cand a luat curba,

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si nu l-am mai vazut.

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Acesta e ulei de motor.

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Trebuie sa-si fi spart teava de ulei.

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Nu poate ajunge departe daca pierde asa mult ulei.

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Am fost asa de aproape.

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Trebuia sa-i fi vazut fata.

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Nu-ti fa griji.

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Am pus toti politistii din Manhattan

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sa caute taxiul.

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Ce naiba ?

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Furnici – ce, sunteti nebune sa mancati chestia asta ?

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Eh…

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Sange deschis la culoare.

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Corespunde otravirii cu monoxid de carbon.

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Se potriveste cu modul de operare al taximetristului nostru.

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Priveste insemnele de pe gat.

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Par sa fie facute post-mortem.

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Flack spunea ca a aruncat corpul

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din mers.

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E destul de nebunesc sa omori un politist,

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dar sa il si arunci in fata sectiei de politie?

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Se joaca cu noi.

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Sau vrea sa il prindem.

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Quinn, vad ca Jersey

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a trimis pe cel mai bun om al lor.

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Aceasta e opera criminalului in serie, nu?

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Asa pare. Prima lui victima a fost din Hoboken.

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Si acum a ucis un politist din Jersey ?

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Voi lucra alaturi de tine la acest caz.

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Maniacul a ucis sase persoane.

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Sa speram ca aceasta e ultima.

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Ai mai lucrat cu el, Quinn?

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Imi pare rau.

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Nu are nici tocul, nici arma.

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Probabil nu le-a luat la el.

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Crimele acestea

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sunt pe prima pagina a ziarelor de saptamani.

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De ce s-ar urca un politist neinarmat,

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intrun taxi din New York ?

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Urma de ulei pe care a luat-o Danny de pe trotuar;

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Ghiceste de ce toate furnicile

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s-au strans ca la masa.

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Ma dau batuta.

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Provine din grasime de animal.

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Un tip nou de ulei, numit G- OIL,

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cel mai ecologic la momentul actual.

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Nu pot fi multe firme de taxi care sa il foloseasca.

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E doar una.

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In regula baieti, totul trebuie verificat

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chiar daca trebuie sa va uitati de mai multe ori.

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Avem companie.

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Ce naiba se petrece aici ?

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Avem un mandat de perchezitie.

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Acum ce mai e ? Ati fost aici in fiecare saptamana.

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Uh, e un criminal in oras

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care se intampla sa conduca un taxi.

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Si cine crezi ca plateste pentru asta ?

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Tot orasul e o victima.

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A venit recent vreun taxi cu rezervorul de ulei spart ?