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Crackenspine

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« on: 02-16-2006 16:59 »

Hey, does anyone know exactly how Bender was made? I remember in one episode it shows him being made and educated etc. But in Teenage Mutant Leelas Hurdles, Bender gets younger like a human would. These two interpretations conflict, any ideas?
Teral

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« Reply #1 on: 02-16-2006 17:20 »

Robot NA (or RNA). Although Bender was manufactured in a machine he (apparently) still have RNA in his molecules. The youth mud is able to affect that, making him de-age.

So basically he was created as an adult, but with "genetic" information about younger versions stored inside him.
Shiny

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« Reply #2 on: 02-16-2006 19:09 »

Or programmed information...my theory about robot youth, and the Bending College that Bender attended, is that some of it took place in virtual reality in compressed time. 
miss_bender

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« Reply #3 on: 02-19-2006 16:37 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
Robot NA (or RNA). Although Bender was manufactured in a machine he (apparently) still have RNA in his molecules. The youth mud is able to affect that, making him de-age.

So basically he was created as an adult, but with "genetic" information about younger versions stored inside him.

Confusing, I don't really get it  confused
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #4 on: 02-19-2006 18:07 »

Teral's saying Bender physically was created as an adult-looking robot with an adult memory, and if you look back, before they inserted the wire that made him graduate from school, he wanted a bottle, and his mother. He's only four, so he has the younger self, no matter how brief he was a tyke, in his backup memory.
miss_bender

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« Reply #5 on: 02-19-2006 21:45 »

 
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Originally posted by Professor Zoidy:
Teral's saying Bender physically was created as an adult-looking robot with an adult memory, and if you look back, before they inserted the wire that made him graduate from school, he wanted a bottle, and his mother. He's only four, so he has the younger self, no matter how brief he was a tyke, in his backup memory.

Thanks, it is getting clearer.
  big grin   big grin
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #6 on: 02-20-2006 18:43 »

You're welcome, athough I thoroughly confused myself when I typed it, and only prayed you'd understand it. Of course it's different when you read things than when you type them.
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