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Walter's Lab Notes: Fringe 114 Ability

      Email Post       2/11/2009 12:53:00 PM      

Walter's Lab Notes from the Ability include the ZFT manuscript, and some various parts of David Robert Jones' tests. The notes take a strange turn in the middle, where it looks like Walter switched to his (or Dr. Bell's?) old typewriter.

FYI, the notes mention:
  • Ribosomal S6 Kinase - is a protein involved in signal transduction, i.e. cell conversion
  • Keloiding - is a type of scarring, noted for overgrowing the original scar area
  • Hatfields & McCoy's were two 19th century families involved in a bitter feud
  • Al Capone & Bugs Moran were rival mob bosses involved in the St. Valentines Day Massacre
  • York & Lancaster were two Houses of England that fought each other in the War Of The Roses.
  • Adenine, Guanine, Thymine, Cytosin are the four components that make up DNA
  • King Canute - was an 11 century ruler that (unsucessfully) commanded the tide to halt.
Click here to read the text of Walter's Notes
- Project 1097 - Exploration 1 -

The Bos Taurus is, of course, a notable exception to the one-half rule — one I had hoped to explore via the cast of Gene's udders. An exploration that must now be placed on hold, whilst I investigate this curious skin condition. The cause, it appears, is overproduction of ribosomal s6 kinase along with a hyperactive keloiding process. But why the body receives orifices as wounds, I have not yet been able to detaerlmar sdlf;qpie vllzuadsf; xyayayurf ---------------------

A book of revelations, fallen into my lap. "Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird." Now I envy the experimental subject's ignorance. He knows nothing, needs to know nothing, indeed is required to know nothing. Like these poor victims -- sightless, speechless, breathless, and constipated -- someone's warped parody of a double-blind experiment. Thank heavens we remained in the control group. We'll not have an easy time of it, trying to keep up with the Joneses. I need someone to tell me why -- why why why why why -- he ran away. And I wonder if they'll let me stay. I ordered the lasagna platter and the waiter told me it came with two sides, but I was unable to choose. Hatfields or McCoys? Al Capone or Bugs Moran? york or Lancaster? Survey says: BZZZT! The opposition has a chance to steal. They'd steal all four bases if they could: adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine. None can hold back the rising nucleotide, not even King Canute. One two, contract the flu. Three four, infect by spore. Five six, genetic mix. Seven eight, procreate. Oh well. The malady was only skin deep, but 'twas enough. And sad as it was, i just had to laugh; I saw the photograph. I took my secret box and dumped out all the pieces, but I couldn't see the big picture. The big becomes the little when you see it back a bit, and that's about the size of it.


Anonymous said...

Are we supposed to stand back and look at the picture at the bottom with the red curve? It seems like Walter is hinting at that. I did stand back, but I didn't see anything.

Count Screwloose said...

Walter's notes also directly reference two well-known pop songs:
Del Shannon's "My Little Runaway" and The Beatles' "A Day In The Life".

tallone said...

What is the last sentence of the first paragraph? Is this a code of some sort?

Anonymous said...

I couldn't see anything either and it's really frustrating me because I agree that is what he means.

Anonymous said...

I think I can see something in the picture. It looks to me like a number 33 or 38. Its right underneath the red line, in the middle.

What could this number mean? Does this relate to 'the size of it'?

tallone said...

When Walter says "we" in the control group. Who is he referring to? Himself and whoelse? Was Walter part of the experiment as a subject in a control group?

tallone said...

Just a note on the raised "Y". When you go to a general query websites and type in "raised y typing" or "raised y coding" you get info on typing y as to identifying DNA strands. The raised y may not be a typing (written) but genetic typing.

amcorrea said...

The last line is from a song from Sesame Street.

tallone said...

Lol...that is funny! Thanks.

tallone said...

Sorry second post. But I was asking about the top of the page in dark print. Last sentence. But the was very funny!

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JJ said...

I couldn't help but wonder about the rhyme: One two, contract the flu. Three four, infect by spore. Five six, genetic mix. Seven eight, procreate. Does this have a connection to what we've seen so far? Walter knows what's going on, but I don't think he actually remembers. This is something he set in motion, after all. Right?

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