Bricks... in... the rain.

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  1. morbid_curious says:

    Tyrell: The facts of life: To make an alteration in the evolution of an plastic life system is fatal. A polymer base cannot be revised once its been established.
    Roy: Why not?
    Tyrell: Because by the second minute of thermosetting, any molecules that have undergone monomer reversion give rise to denatured microstructures like rats leaving a sinking ship; then the ship sinks.
    Roy: What about TATP recombination?
    Tyrell: We've already tried it. Triacetone triperoxide is a bleaching agent and a potent explosive. It created a substrate so lethal the subject was dead before he left the table.
    Roy: Then an MEKP catalyst that increases stability.
    Tyrell: Wouldn't obstruct polymerization, but it does give rise to corrosion, so that the newly formed polymer strand carries an irritant and you've got denaturing again. But this - all of this is academic. You were made as well as we could make you.
    Roy: But not to last.
    Tyrell: The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long, and you have burned so very very brightly, Roy. Look at you. You're the prodigal son. You're quite a prize!
    Roy: I've done... questionable things.
    Tyrell: Also extraordinary things. Revel in your time!
    Roy: Nothing the god of injection moulding wouldn't let you into Heaven for...