I believe you have my findings and the accompanying notes. If this is a test, please forgive me for any discrepancies.
Let me start by telling you that I don’t think three sheets of paper will be enough. What about the diagrams? They alone would fill ten (conservative estimate). I’ll refer to them but won’t redraw them. You’ll have to look them up.
Actually, I’ll skip the assembly notes. I am assuming you confiscated the device. It looks simple. It isn’t. One wrong button and you’ll blow everything up.
Out of self-preservation, let me tell you how to use it.
Jump? I’m afraid of jumping from heights. I’m afraid of heights, too, but it became too hot inside; I had climbed out onto the ledge before I knew it. Damned survival instinct kicking in.
‘Jump! Before the windows burst.’
Oh my, they’ll burst? Yes, silly, they’ll burst. You thought you’d be safe here? Jump already, screams the survival instinct. I press my back against the wall and inch away from the window. Below, they mirror my movement.
‘Jump! Close your eyes, let yourself fall forward. We’ll do the rest.’
The survival instinct is taking over. I close my eyes.