Federico Dominguez Pousada
federico_dominguez at ciudad.com.ar
Sun Jun 13 05:28:24 EDT 2004
> I repeat : Are we ever told that dissolution is *necessary* for CORE
> Does dissolution (and later salvaging) directly implies core animation?
Directly? I don't think I could say directly, nothing states it as
> In both cases, no. We only have a particular case in which dissolution
> together with animation.
> When Shinji is absorbed and later salvaged, his soul isn't 'aggregated '
His soul ended up on the core, right? That's what I call "core animation",
when a core recieves a soul. So we have a case where we have dissolution and
core animation, Yui. We also have a case with dissolution and core
> Your dissolution theory has two implications:
> - Shinji being demented after being salvaged from Eva-01.
Why? Shinji wasn't salvaged at all! Ritsuko said they failed, nobody
expected him to come back. The salvage process failed. What happened to
Shinji was extraordinary. Remember the salvage process meant rebuilding
inside the plug? Well, he came out from the core, the contents of the plug
> - As you say that Kyouko soul was 'duplicated' inside Eva-02, while she
> still alive, then after Shinji was taken out of the Eva-01 ,he would have
> also been 'duplicated' inside the core. So now, as Yui's soul is still
> there, we should have an Eva with TWO souls. If you create some rhetoric
> argument like 'there has to be a mechanism x that prevents any body from
> having two souls' you would be without any evidence to back it up.
I never said Kyouko's soul was duplicated inside Eva-02.
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