Dr. Curtis "Six" Burnwood

Since childhood, Six frequently expressed pride in being an exceptional and gifted person due to his polydactyly condition. His prideful nature made him superstitious, believing in the idea that all science fiction could become fact. Including theoretical works regarding time travel and parallel universes, dreaming of traveling to another reality in life.

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Department of Personnel and Management


Name: Curtis "Six" Burnwood

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Photograph of "Six"
circa. 1979

Sex: Male

Ethnicity: Caucasian

Height: 178cm

Weight: 94kg

Birthplace: British Columbia, Canada

Date of Birth: October 7th, 1950

Enlistment Date: March 30th, 1979

Education History:

  • Harvard University (1967-1971)
  • MIT School of Science (1971-1976)

Occupational History:

  • Independent Researcher (1974-1978)
    • Collaborated with various research programs concerning quantum physics and parallel dimensions.
  • The Physics Foundation (1974-1978)
    • A co-founder of the society with numerous scholars, quantum physicists, etc. Dissolved in 1978 after a dispute within the society's leadership.

Operational History:

  • Office of Analysis and Science (1979-1988)
    • Assigned to the Theoretical Molecular Studies. Promoted to Senior Researcher in 1987.
  • Anomaly Experimentation Team (1988-1996)
    • Assigned to Physics & Parallel Department. Promoted to Lead Researcher in 1989.
  • Presidium-Research Financial Committee (1994-1996)
    • Liaised between allocation of resources to the appropriate departments. Resigned from the committee in 1996.
  • Director of Area-189, Extra-Dimensional Testing Facility (1996-Present)
    • Following the retiring of the former Director of Area-189, the Regional Director of Northern Command appointed Six as Area Director.
  • Director of the Department of Parallel Media and Archive (2015-Present)
    • Founded the department as part of a research study concerning [DATA EXPUNGED].

Overview


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Dr. Burnwood's polydactyly condition,
circa. 1978

Since childhood, Dr. Burnwood frequently expressed pride in being an exceptional and gifted person due to his polydactyly condition. His prideful nature made him superstitious, believing in the idea that all science fiction could become fact. Including theoretical works regarding time travel and parallel universes, dreaming of traveling to another reality in life.

His obsession with science fiction had an impact on his high school studies, which he passed with honorary grades, remaining proud of his achievements in the subject of Physics. While his parents disapprove of Dr. Burnwood's pseudo-scientific nonsense, they funded his education at Harvard University from 1967 to 1971, passing with a bachelor of science degree. Seeking to research and understand the realm of possibilities of the parallel universes, a few scholars and institutions gave Dr. Burnwood a research grant for his scientific project regarding the multiverse theory.

Between 1976 to 1983, Dr. Burnwood fundamentally made a breakthrough that caught the attention of the Office of Analysis and Science (OAS) in 1981. He observed that gravity appeared to behave unusually when the magnetic force concentration was applied to a high-electrical discharge, which creates an opposite force. He conjectured that a parallel reality causes this 'opposite effect' where our reality's actions are applied conversely in a different reality.1

However, by 1977, institutions pulled funding after Dr. Burnwood had no basis for his theoretical works. Following this and a dispute between the society's leadership, the Physics Foundation was dissolved in 1978.2

At the recommendations of [REDACTED] and numerous Senior Researchers from the Physics Department, Dr. Burnwood was authorized for recruitment as an Authority Researcher. The Research Division authorized his employment on March 30th, 1979.

Throughout the years, Dr. Burnwood eventually was appointed as Director of Area-189. However, in 2017, Dr. Burnwood reportedly failed to show up at Area-189 for three days straight until his subsequent return with no explanation. Following a brief investigation, it was revealed that Dr. Burnwood had been spending time with his ex-wife, whom he had not been in contact with since their divorce in 2004.

His behavior was unusual, according to his peers. However, this was nothing caused for concern as this was common according to his executive staff.3

Dr. Burnwoodwas previously a candidate for the position of "Scholar" within the Board of Directors but was rejected in favor of [REDACTED]


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