Ch 1 - Experiment 001
Institute of Temporal Physics (ITP)
Temporal Analysis Particle Accelerator (TAPA) Operational Log (transcribed)
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015
Accelerator online - magnets are active, cryogenics are active, system is reporting operational temperature of 1.9K. We are go for initiating proton stream.
Proton stream initiated, acceleration to peak energy in progress.
Peak energy achieved, polarized proton stream steady at 9.8TeV, initiating injection into resonance field generator.
Calibrating resonance field... entanglement resonance frequency established, power signature detected, showing 97% increase in intensity. Initiating tomographic entanglement scanner.
TES complete; power cycle complete; containment vessel intact; chamber venting in progress.
Isolation shielding disengaged; venting complete in 3... 2... 1... venting complete.
Pressure hatch being opened, stand clear.
Dr. Alexandra Ridley entering test chamber, Dr. Matthew Cendric supervising. Interior tether connection has been engaged, air supply is active, as are video and audio communication links.
Containment vessel is open, experiment has been retrieved.
Interior tether has been disengaged, test chamber has been vacated. Decontamination in progress...
Institute of Temporal Physics (ITP)
Temporal Analysis Particle Accelerator (TAPA) Experimental Log
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015 - Peak Energy 9.8TeV Entanglement Resonance Receiver Test
Start of new entanglement resonance transmit-receive testing of particle matrices. Prior experiments using lower peak energy levels (0.35 - 5.95 TeV) were successful in producing 100% accuracy in transmit-receive correlation over temporal periods of 2s to 36h 24m 32s but evidence of the existence of a stable temporal feedback loop could not be observed and remains inconclusive.
This experiment will attempt to produce a stable temporal feedback loop by establishing a large duration loop through increasing accelerator peak energy to maximum capabilities of the TAPA of 9.8TeV. In previous experiments, linear increase in energy input has shown an exponential increase in loop duration. Expected loop duration with this energy input is 8y 186d 21h 24m 16s.
11:08pm - TAPA ramp has completed and proton stream cycling at 9.8TeV. Resonance field calibration reading
95% 97% spike at 42.5781MHz/T. TES process initiated over containment vessel, est. TTC 11m47s
11:10pm - Resonance field fluctuations appearing periodically, power spike increasing to 110-112% every 220ms. These fluctuations were not present in previous test runs, may be caused by increased density of particle matrix. Could be a sign of successful transmission.
Reminder: Review prior test data for power spike intensity fluctuation, it may have been disregarded as measurement error.
11:14pm - Power spike recorded at 142% for duration of 83ms. Significant increases in power output of resonance field could risk an overload, potential exists for cascade to interrupt TAPA power supply and result in magnet quench.
11:18pm - 153% for 89ms. Operating temperature increase at TES junction to 1.93K, automatic shutdown initiates at 1.95K
11:21pm - TES cycle completed, shutdown procedure started
11:24pm - Dr. Ridley extracts containment vessel, reports transmission received. Experiment cycle identifier Zero-Zero-One is present and recorded.
Reminder: Cycle identifier Zero-Zero-Two to be transmitted at 8:32:16pm Apr 06, 2024.
11:49pm - Containment vessel recovered, contents are as follows.
Signed: Matthew Cendric, Alexandra Ridley
Experimental Package Item 001-A
Driver faces charges in crash that killed two
Charges include impaired driving causing death and dangerous driving causing death
Waterloo (CBC) -- A 19-year-old man faces charges following a crash that has claimed the lives of two local residents near the Grand River Hospital.
On Sep. 24th at around 3 p.m., a northbound pickup truck failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of Union Blvd and Belmont Ave W, colliding with a mini-van. Both the driver and the passenger of the mini-van were rushed to hospital where they were later pronounced dead. The driver of the pickup suffered minor injuries.
Witnesses at the scene say the pickup was speeding and ran through a red light before crashing into the side of the minivan in what police describe as a "t-bone" crash.
Police have identified the driver and passenger of the mini-van as Cheryl and Matthew Cendric, aged 38 and 37 and parents of three aged 14, 9, and 7.
The intersection was closed by police following the collision, and it is likely to be closed to traffic for most of Wednesday as police investigate.
Experimental Package Item 001-B
COURT FILE No.: 130097
DATE: January 15, 2016
Citation: R. v. Kapriyanov, 2016 ONCJ 18
ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE
BETWEEN: HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN --- AND --- DANIIL KAPRIYANOV
Before Justice of the Peace A.P. Morganson
Heard on December 17, 2015
Reasons for Sentence released on January 15, 2016
Charge, Plea, and Facts
 On September 24, 2015 the accused was at a pub in Waterloo. The accused consumed at least 2-4 drinks. At about 1 PM he left in the company of Chris DeVrie. Mr. DeVrie drove the accused to his residence in Kitchener. At Mr. DeVrie's residence, the accused consumed at least 2 drinks with an unmeasured volume of alcohol. Between 2:30 PM and 2:40 PM the accused obtained permission to borrow Mr. DeVrie's motor vehicle to return to class which he was late for. The motor vehicle was a blue 1998 Ford F150 that was owned by Mr. DeVrie but uninsured at the time of the accident.
 The accused drove northbound on Belmont Ave W approaching the intersection with Union Blvd. The vehicle approached the intersection at a high rate of speed At 2:45 PM. Witnesses estimated the speed to be 60-80 km/hr. The accused failed to stop at a red light, colliding with a minivan that had started into the intersection eastbound on Union Blvd. The collision overturned the minivan onto its driver's side before both vehicles struck a light post.
 Police and EMS arrived on the scene placing the accused under arrest who then refused to submit to providing a breath or blood sample. The occupants of the minivan were Mrs. Cheryl Cendric and Dr. Matthew Cendric. As a result of the collision, they were taken to Grand River Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival.
 The accused has been charged with several Criminal Code offenses including dangerous driving causing death under s. 249(4), impaired driving causing death under s. 255(3), refusing to provide a breath or blood sample under s. 254(5), refusing to provide a breath sample knowing operation of motor vehicle caused accident resulting in death under s. 255(3.2), and operating a motor vehicle without insurance under the provincial Traffic Safety Act.
 On December 2, 2015, counsel advised the court that they had entered into a plea agreement to which the accused would plead guilty to the charges of dangerous driving causing death under s. 249(4), refusing to provide a breath or blood sample under s. 254(5) and operating a motor vehicle without insurance under the provincial Traffic Safety Act with a joint sentence recommendation for 5 years in jail in return for which the Crown agreed to withdraw the charges of impaired driving causing death under s. 255(3) and refusing to provide a breath sample knowing operation of motor vehicle caused accident resulting in death under s. 255(3.2).
Positions of the Parties
 At the time of the plea, the position of the Crown was there should be a jail term of 10 years to life imprisonment. The Crown argued that the accused showed reckless disregard for the lives and safety of the public, and the accused did not feel beholden to the laws of Ontario and Canada and felt that "his government would bring him home". The Crown argued that the accused poses a flight risk, as a foreign student and no work or family in the country he had no compelling reason to remain. The Crown felt that avoiding a lengthy trial by obtaining a plea agreement would present the best opportunity to obtain justice for the victims.
 The defense position was that the accused was not financially able to pay a fine as he did not have employment and was being supported financially by an uncle who lived in Russia. The defense argued on behalf of Mr. Kapriyanov that he could not have been aware of the passing of Dr. And Mrs. Cendric who had been taken to hospital. The defense articulated that the accused was not made aware of the penalty under Canadian law for refusing to provide a breath or blood sample upon request. The defense argued that their client had no previous criminal record, and is a student at the University of Waterloo in good standing.
 The accused confirmed with the court that he understood and accepted the terms of the plea agreement, and that the court may not accept the joint submission. Counsel thus entered into a written agreement on December 5 and Mr. Kapriyanov entered a guilty plea to the lesser charge on December 17.
 The Crown has properly set out the aggravating factors in this case, and the accused's youth, guilty plea, and lack of criminal record are important mitigating factors. The political situation of the accused is a confounding factor, one that must not be considered as an aggravating factor or a mitigating one but under the circumstances a sentence that does not include imprisonment has a significant likelihood of non-compliance.
 It is my opinion that the joint submission is appropriate and necessary. The court accepts the joint submission.
 The accused is sentenced to five years imprisonment less time served.
Released: January 15, 2016
The following is handwritten below the conviction notice:
Daniil Kapriyanov - Valid Russian driver's license issued in Kursk, class B, expires 10.06.2024. Second year international Applied Mathematics student at UW with a partial scholarship.
Sep 24th timeline
08:30 to 11:30 - On UW campus in class
11:30 to 13:00 - Seen at the Bombshelter Pub on UW campus
after 13:00 - Left with a friend, scheduled to be in class at 14:30