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  • This page provides a brief introduction to the author known as 'Habatchii' and the campaign for intellectual equality. Habatchii is defined as

Habatchii: 'A small, usually portable grille used to prepare and smoke known foodsource or produce...'. This is not the standing definition of the proper name of 'Habatchii', which has various attributes of science, technology, aerospace and other known and existing instances of physics, law and enforcement.

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History[edit]

Habatchii was originally a native indian name, from various tribes and indian cultures. Known as a warrior or 'soldier', the name quickly became a status symbol for 'leadership of many'; giving food and other gifts during hunting trips. The name was synonymous with other titles such as 'priest', 'medicine man' and even 'chief'. Many indian tribes still hold to the name, despite the curses and benevolent reverances that have come to be associated with the name.

Mythology and Habatchii[edit]

As with most indian cultures, those that knew the name 'Habatchii' had their own distinct religious background. Being a great leader within the tribe, Habatchii would always be exemplified as being a deity or secularcede to save the tribe from mystical forces and evil spirits. One such myth was that Habatchii would 'raise from the earth and shine as the sun upon the enemies of his followers.'

American Indians, Christianity & Habatchii[edit]

Early native American Indians knew Habatchii. They were as Habatchii and competed in tribal games for rites of passage to be as Habatchii. They also would call upon their moral compass whenever they were in danger. When the Europeans began to settle in the New World, they brought their skills and trade with them; some of which were very different to indians that did not hunt or do other hard work for the tribe such as in battle. The Europeans only needed interpreters to exchange their cultural ideals and methods. The true Habatchii of the tribe would see the translation gap as an opportunity.

American History Influences & Habatchii


Both the Europeans and the native indian tribes read and wrote. When Christianity was first introduced, Habatchii's job became as a sheppard, guiding the readers or 'belivers' to the church. When Christianity became a force within the New World, Habatchii job was to protect the traditions and tribal passageways of the natives. Negative terms such as 'Paleface' and 'Redman' were used to describe how the clairvoyant personality of the 'Invisible One' really looked. The indians did not know if Habatchii was their friend or their enemy; for he now had attributes of both the European and the Native Indian.

Habatchii In Modern Times[edit]

Under the heat of a changing social infrastruct, Habatchii has since become a staple for domestication. The concept of the 'Grille' is still observed today due to the Soldier's Creed in which Habatchii maintained throughout history; 'grilling his enemies, but only for the good'. Some American culturalist belive that the American Flag resembles Habatchii's markings as it flies as a guardian spirit over the earth and its peoples.

Religious Systems Influence[edit]

In Media & Entertainment[edit]

Solosphere (Tourney Masters)
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The strategic-simulation game of empire building and space combat.
Developer(s) DigiMasq
Publisher(s) DigiMasq Publishing
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Engine SuperWikia Alpha
Platform(s) PC
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Technology & Hardware Development[edit]

Many influences have carried the image that has become known as 'Habatchii' into the technological era. Such influences include software, engineering, laboratory work and people. Below is a list of people in technology that have played a major role in carrying the name of 'Habatchii':



Chipset Table[edit]

(Note: Chipset Street Names and Part Numbers are tentative and subject to modification. )

Chip Release Date Components
(PPxTMU)6
Core
(MHz)
Memory
(MHz)
Fillrate7
Pix/Tex
Memory
Bus Width9
Memory
(MiB)
Bus
Habatchii Launchpad (MetaLeave-1988) November 2008 SST-1 Transcribed chipset (1x1). VGA. 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii 'Phoenix' (MetaLeave-1991) January 2010 SuperNOVA Multi-Core 3D 4-in-1 slip chipset (1x4). 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii Orbit Effects (ExaLeave-2000) March 2011 SST-2 Transcribed chipset (1x2). VGA. 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii Warrior F/X May 2012 Single-Chip (1x1) (2D/3D) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
X-Warrior July 2013 WATHA core (1x1). 1 Disabled Transcribed chipset. 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
X-Warrior Infinity September 2014 WATHA core (1x1). 1 Disabled Transcribed chipset. 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii 2020 November 2015 WATHA core (1x2) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii 2525 To Be Announced WATHA core (1x2) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii Data Colony (DC) To Be Announced WATHA core (1x2) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii 3000 To Be Announced WATHA core (1x2), A/V processor 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii 4000 To Be Announced 1 x GERL-1018 (2x1) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 200-250 (expandable to 750) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express
Habatchii 50005 To Be Announced 1 x GERL-100|VSA-100 (2x1) 166 166 333/333 128-bit 32 SD PCI Express
Habatchii 6000 To Be Announced 1 x GERL-100 (2x1) 166 166 333/333 128-bit 64 SD PCI Express
Habatchii 7000 To Be Announced 2 x GERL-100 (2x1) 166 166 667/667 128-bit×2 321 SG PCI Express
Habatchii 80005 To Be Announced 2 x GERL-100 (2x1) 166 166 667/667 128-bit×2 64² SD PCI Express
Habatchii 9000 To Be Announced 4 x GERL-100 (2x1) 166/1834 166/1834 1333/1333 128-bit×4 128³ SD PCI Express
DigiMasq 1000 (Gen. Fine) To Be Announced 1 x Redman Engine (4x1) 200-250 (planned) 200-250 (planned) 800-1000 128-bit 64 DDR PCI Express
DigiMasq 2000 (Gen. Fine/LANA) To Be Announced 1 x Redman Engine (4x1) + 1 x SAGA LOV-Chip 200-250 (planned) 200-250 (planned) 800-1000 128-bit 64 DDR PCI Express
DigiMasq 3000 (Gen. Fine/LANA+) To Be Announced 2 x Redman Engine (4x1) + 1 x SAGA LOV-Chip 200-250 (planned) 200-250 (planned) 1600-2000 128-bit 128 DDR PCI Express


Service Based Materials- Productivity Based Materials-
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/WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Processing Products' /WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Node Component Productivity'
/WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Logrithm Products' /WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Anode Component Productivity'
/WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Electronic Products' /WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Resistor Component Productivity'
/WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'System Products' /WikiSeries 3D-GPU 'Board Family Productivity'


References[edit]

/Technology Conception; Developer Environment- Under Proposal

See Also[edit]

/SuperWikia at Wikipedia

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