Prey - Day 6, 9:12 and 9:32 A.M. Summary & Analysis

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Day 6, 9:12 and 9:32 A.M. Summary

The tour continues and Jack sees an array of machinery and equipment that are evidently producing molecules. Jack asks how the process works but is told that it's not important, and Ricky tries to move on, constantly looking at his watch as if time is vitally important. Then Jack, forcing Ricky to stop while he looks around a particular room, discovers what he hasn't been told. The most popular concept for molecule production is that there would be nanoassembly lines. The biggest problem is producing the nanoassemblers. Jack had thought Xymos had managed that but now realizes that they're "using bacteria to crank out their molecules," meaning that the process Jack is watching is not nanotechnology at all but is actually genetic engineering, and that a form of E. Coli is used as the bacteria. Ricky says...

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