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Old 2018-06-06, 06:01   Link #65
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Originally Posted by erneiz_hyde View Post
Ah, I knew there are still people that didn't quite get why deleting D-Mail from Echelon would trigger a world shift. You see, it works like this:
The question is how SERN can obtain said data on Echelon in the first place, not how it triggers the shift.

This data implies there's a way to track changes in some capacity without Reading Steiner.

But in all, it still means nothing to my original point that scientists don't test something once and then give up, so they need to explain why those who triggered the most recent shift to the Alpha line won't just trigger another one.
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