CALL for registration -> 6-layer Homogeneous Control Field
💙💚 👉 registration form 👈 💚💙
🌍️🌏️🌎️ Did you build an L6 HCF ? 🌏️🌎️🌍️ Register it into The World Timeline ! 🌎️🌍️🌏️
We prefer the authors to register their fields, but if that's not possible, anyone can do it, we will validate. We will publish all registrations, but those which we will not be able to validate (validation means sitrep or images or Telegram PM conversation with author about details at least) will be marked.
There will be an article published and maintained in Ingress Community Forums based on those registrations. First version of The World Timeline will be released after Umbra anomaly.
Feel free to add information about your field or correct our information about your L6 HCF.
❓If you have any question about form, do not hesitate to ask me by telegram PM Arweth ❗️
You aren't familiar with what HCFs are?
You surely know the situation when you build field after field on a base link… at the base you end up with a nice fully blue field, many layers on top of each other through which you can’t even see the roads on the map. The further you get from the base, the fewer layers of field you get and the less opaque the blue is. We use it often. But… it is not perfect, it doesn’t have the same color all over, the same number of layers… it is not homogeneous.
And that’s what this is about. An nth degree homogeneous field is a field that contains n layers in it, but – that’s the important part – across the whole of its surface. Not more or fewer layers in any given spot. In practice it means utilising the right portals in the area and by gradually building smaller fields to achieve the transformation of these smaller fields into one giant homogeneous field over the entire target area.
It requires preparation and capable people in the field, but it’s doable. And it looks really good. 😉
The World Timeline as it was known from former G+ sitreps at December, 2018. I am sure there was at least few other fields in this period and there there is many of them after it! Let us know about them!