*G’s chuckling at that idea.* They sound like such typical Aperture scientists.
Don’t they just? *MIcro’s snickering as well.*
*Cheryl watched interestedly. She and G sit quietly, keeping alert for any new developments, and enjoying it. G, of course is silently nitpicking, but still finding things to like about the movie.*
((Posted for story. Cause I’m tired. XD))
((Yeah…likely they’ve already discussed some of it. But yeah. It could come back eventually, or there’s been others. I haven’t dipped into the Pacific Rim tag for a while.))
((Yeah. I’m going to go on a limb and figure maybe it was the portion that was used to mostly store Hive Mind commands or some such, thus that Newt had the ability to access at least some of this information. Kinda like a Borg Drone’s central processor Picard pulls out of one in FIrst Contact? :D))
((It’s not like they knew - or even Newt knew, and he admits this right before doing this - what that portion of the Kaiju’s brain did beyond the very basic information they’d gathered about it. So it’s possible it had a few jobs, and some of those jobs enabled Newt to get the information he did.))
((Posted for story.))
((and HEH. It seemed a pretty haphazard rig. It’s a wonder he got as much as he did off the first Drift…))
*Cheryl and G share skeptical expressions about Newt’s Kaiju Brain Drift project, but figured it must be an important plot point because he’s decided to go ahead and do it anyways.*
Even in a movie, science is about why not. Heh. Heh. Heh.
((Passing along to smut!anon. And that’s good to hear. :> ))
((Posted for story and that one anon. :) ))
*Cheryl grinned too. Those guys didn’t give two shits about the wall, let alone one. And she liked them already.*
((Have you seen a pic of the map of Russia and how much coastline they have? Some PacRim post ages ago pointed out that the Wall was absolutely -pointless- to the Russians. Heh heh heh.))
((This is GLaDOS we’re talking about, okay? XD ))