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August 29th 1988

Project: Zero

Type:Diary entry
Added:June 18th 2007, 13:57:59
Rating:5/5 (Votes: 1)

This describes the newest Project sponsored by Haus der Luege. Project Zero.

Project: Zero

The aim of this project is to see if a well funded company like Haus der Luege Corporation can survive without any signed contracts supplying victims.

Most contracts available are of high durability, leading to a clustering of contracts running out on one and the same day. Mostly those groups of contracts run out after another, leading to glitch in the average contract count. A glitch that is hard to comprehend with a very low rate of contracts a TC Company may sign per day. Days after days without the full load of contracts possible. With this, and with the statistics in mind that contracts only make up about 53% of the total victim supply to Haus der Luege may lead to the conclusion that contracts are highly inefficient.

Economy slaves have worked hard to prepare the needed statistics and key capitcal market data to actually prove the feasibility of "Project: Zero". Heated discussions have taken place, with one key agreement and result: "Project: Zero" has been approved by the authority.

Project start/ending
Project start is the 18. June of the year 2007. Depending on the success of the project it may either run forever or until the Haus der Luege corporation is running into its financial ruin.

18th June: Project start. done
18th June: Cancelation of all contracts HdL is currently assigned to. done
25th June: First overall check on how the project works out.
2nd July: Second overall check on how the project works out.
9th July: Third overall check on how the project works out.
10th July: Overall decision if the project was a success or not.

Project result:
Not yet available.

June 18th 2007, 14:52:31
mhh... nice experiment!

June 19th 2007, 01:24:34
You know, you could just cancel the lowest duration contracts once you reach the maximum amount of contracts you can hold, in order to renew them sooner and prevents such situations.

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