[EVA] About the MAGI Computers Again (Different Question)

Dennis Monaghan dmonaghan at sjprep.org
Mon Nov 8 17:34:10 EST 2004


I see the merits in purposefully orchestrating the construction of sub-standard 4th-Gen supercomputers.

Dennis
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From: "Tigey" <Tigey at mendo.org>
Reply-To: "The english-language evangelion mailing list." <evangelion at eva.onegeek.org>
Date:  Sun, 7 Nov 2004 13:35:50 -0000

>Ack.  I meant that the Tokyo-3 MAGI, being the originals, would be one
>standard, and then by design, the subsequent MAGI where designed
>inferior by Akagi, perhaps at Gendo's request...  If I were Gendo, I
>would do that.  What other way to ensure that you would have an edge in
>the event that your boss would not be able to force his way in?
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>Chewie
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>From: Dennis Monaghan [mailto:dmonaghan at sjprep.org] 
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>How can they be inferior if they are the root from which all other MAGI
>clones are derived from?
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>Dennis
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>From: "Tigey" <Tigey at mendo.org>
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>Date:  Sat, 6 Nov 2004 16:16:46 -0000
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>>Seems to me that they referred to the computers as something like 4th
>>generation computers or something like that.  I don't have my DVDs with
>>me so I can't really check and see.  
>>
>>Also, I take it that the other MAGI computers where in some way
>inferior
>>to the Tokyo-3 MAGI.  That is just the impression that I got.  
>>
>>Last but not least, was there ever a time line for the development of
>>the MAGI?  Something that said that principle programming was finished
>>at this time, personality aspect transfer was completed at this time
>>etc?
>>
>>Chewie
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