|REALLY disturbing stuff about 2.0|
on Wednesday, November, 23, 2011 5:12 AM
It was implied in-game that Ma3a is a cross of Virtual Ghost and Brain Uploading, her programming based primarily on the deceased Dr. Baines-Bradley. Was that accidental, or did Alan do that deliberately?
And if he did it deliberately, why? Was it just the irrational act of a bereft man? A quasi-twisted way to avoid letting her go?
The Ghost in the Machine comics crank the squick up to eleven, too. Granted, it's probably Clarence's attempt to mind-frell Jet, but the comic is trippy enough to bot make sense anyway. on line abortion pill misoprostol dose abortion medical abortion pill onlineorder abortion pill morning after pill price where to buy abortion pill
It's an entire universe in there, one we created, but it's beyond us now. Really. It's outgrown us. You know, every time you shut off your computer...do you know what you're doing? Have you ever reformatted a hard drive? Deleted old software? Destroyed an entire universe?"
-- Jet Bradley, Tron: Ghost in the Machine on why being a User isn't necessarily a good thing.
|RE: REALLY disturbing stuff about 2.0|
on Wednesday, December, 07, 2011 5:32 PM
It was completely accidental. Basically, from what I could tell from the game, Lora got killed during one of her own digitization experiments and Alan had no part in that. It's possible that Alan somehow found the partial digital remains of Lora, or whatever somehow survived the digitization process, and, instead of letting her completely die, Alan managed to incorporation whatever was left alive in the system into Ma3a.where to buy abortion pill abortion types buy abortion pill online