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Experiments that i don't add

Name:Researcher █████████ ██████
Date: [DATA EXPUNGED BY MISTAKE]
Total Items: Four USBs.

Input: A USB containing an unknown Adyghe dialect dub of Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006 which all the soundtracks' genre is early drum and bass and never dubbed in reality.
Setting: 1:1
Output: A USB containing the source code of Microsoft Visual Studio in Linear B

Input: A USB containing a free security software [REDACTED].
Setting: 1:1
Output: A USB containing an movie Dhe Program for Nationality Ir daD [sic].

Input: A USB containing several episodes of Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama series.
Setting: Very rough
Output: A badly scorched circuit board, accompanied by shards of plastic and metal.

Input: A USB containing Itelmen language version of Super Paper Mario.
Setting: 1:1
Output: A USB containing Hittite and ancient Egyptian subs of GO GO Tamagotchi! episode ██, Latin sub of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
, and unidentified language sub of another unidentified language sci-fi movie approximately 4 hours long.

drafts

Name: Computer scientist Justin S. E. Farmer
Date: July 11, 2018
Total Items: Two (2) SSD drive (solid-state drive), one containing [INCOMPLETE], another containing dozens of copies of movies which is in public-domain as of 2018.

Input: A solid-state drive containing [INCOMPLETE].
Setting Fine
Output: A solid-state drive with the cover inflexible, containing videos of all the episodes of Tamagotchi!: Miracle Friends (2013-2014) with subtitles in unidentified language, and a .txt file containing the first billion digits of the golden ratio. When the user deletes any file of the drive, it generates a small electromagnetic pulse which corrupts other electronic products.