One features Haruyuki fighting alongside Aqua Current, a "bodyguard" and former member of Nega Nebulus, to gain some points after prematurely leveling up, while another has Kuroyukihime teaming up with an old acquaintance and his friends to fight a rival Burst Linker while on a trip in Okinawa. The timing is a little different in the anime, since the first story is between the first and second main story arcs, while the latter is in the middle of the Dusk Taker sagabut they're still an example. Subverted in episode 8 of Another. It's fairly light-hearted in stark contrast to the earlier episodes, being a Beach Episode in which Reiko takes her nephew Koichi and some of his friends to visit her old classmate, who might know about stopping the curse once it's started.
Chapter 1 - Artificial Intelligence Singularity sends back copy to change world's future. Recruits genetically engineered sex slaves from to recreate Master's Harem, for man who helped invent machine that caused it all. Discover that aliens were really responsible for it all.
Track down interstellar sentient Mother Ship. Well the old man picked up the frog and put it in his pocket and started walking again. We had finally done it! Working in a small lab at the University of Southern California, in San Diego, USC to most of us that lived there, we teleported a live lab rat from one lab to another lab.
This was over a five hundred foot one hundred centimeter in diameter fused fiber optic cable bundle. Weather a fiber optic cable or a culminated laser beam the principal was about the same. We could now transmit a perfect copy of the original organic rat one hundred feet or one hundred million miles.
The only limitation on distance was the power pushing the signal and the spread of the beam over the distance it had to travel, even collated light has a spread over those kinds of distances, which was only at the speed of light anyway.
In theory the copy was produced instantaneously, but who knows or really cares, it was close enough for government work. As far as we could tell it was a physically perfect copy anyway.
Of course the bottom line was it arrived on the receiving platform dead. To be sure we tried the experiment three more times, with the same results. Well our part of the project was complete. We had scanned the rats down to a molecular level destroying the original in the process.
We then made a copy of it in that instant of destruction and transported that copy as light a hundred feet over the fiber optic bundle to the next platform where we reassembled it, converting it back to matter, and recreated an actual copy of the original.
Our job was done. Well you could, but he would arrive at the other end technically dead.
Even if we were able to get our receiver to another planet our traveler would arrive on the platform years latter dead. This was the end result of ten years of intense research and experimentation and for some of us it was a dead-end.
This was not surprising to me. I had argued from the start that there is a big difference between dead inert matter and a living organism. Yes my machine reassembled everything that was there, everything that is except that primal spark.
That spark which makes us alive instead dead. We never even got around to the question of how much pain the test rat felt. With the advent of Large Scale Integration, the day of individual discrete components, transistors, diodes and such was just about over.
One think-tank predicted that electronic components got two times smaller each year and doubled in power every two years. Everything was solid-state and getting smaller and smaller all the time. Even the large lead acid batteries of yesterday were being replaced with large light weight capacitors for the storage of energy.
We had actually blown the breakers at the local substation while doing our first test run.
We were back to vacuum tubes and the theories behind them. We had discovered that we had to create what was essentially a giant vacuum tube with a cathode and plate arrangement to make all this happen.
Then we had to invent an Class A amplifier, in our digital age Class A amplifiers were almost a forgotten thing these days, we wanted fidelity not a sample of it. To use our laser array to cut our subject apart in that absolute vacuum, instantaneously destroying all of it. Our laser did this in a very fast effective controlled manner, which was the key to the transmitter part of our Project.
Then we transported the energy created to the assembly room as light over the fiber optic cable. When it arrived at the other end it was converted back from a sort of high energy plasma to matter on the cathode of another vacuum tube. This receiver made use of a screen grid array and acted as an advanced version of a 3D printer in some ways.
All this technology was dependent on an absolute vacuum and lots and lots of sheer raw energy."Just a heads up guys, tomorrow's ep is a totally continuity-free one-off. Just a little break before things go OFF THE RAILS in the next one." — Alex Hirsch in a tweet promoting the Gravity Falls episode "Roadside Attraction".
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