Sunday, May 8, 2011

Well, here we are again

It's always such a pleasure.

No, I can't get that song out of my head. B2 refuses to stop humming it.

Anyways, odd to be using this blog again after doing nothing but running myself ragged, keeping the SMD afloat. Nightcrawler going nuts didn't help.

It's hard keeping things from totally falling apart, these days. B2's presence is welcome, even though he went rogue and shot a bunch of our guys.

So, about the Tablet. I know a whole bunch of you have been waiting for news.

We've got confirmation on some of its inner workings.

The damn thing might be a quantum computer. Let me repeat that, IT COULD BE A QUANTUM COMPUTER.

That's a pretty big deal.

Anyways, we've taken a look at the thing, and we think we might be able to reverse-engineer a less-effective version of the Tablet for our purposes. Our science team's on it already, split between the dimensional bleeding problem and the reverse-engineering program for the Tablet.

But you knew that already. What you didn't know is that we can get a prototype working sometime within the month, by current estimates of cost and barring any serious interruptions for the scientists, such as relocation.

This is going to be awesome.



  1. Wow. Quantum Compuer, that's kind of nuts. If I recall, the theory behind a Quantum Computer would allow for processing power and speed above and beyond anything a Normal Computer could ever hope to handle. However, the programming required to make one work is lightyears beyond the tech we currently have, and most prototypes either immediately STOP being quantum computers on starting up, or crash after a few seconds of operation.


  2. Stimulus accepted. Response: One day she woke me up, so I could live forever - it's such a shame the same will never happen to organics.