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Comic #4999

1 Serron: Look, the nano-goo may well kill us all, but we can also access its user interface from here in cyberspace.
2 Serron: We can instruct it to disassemble the old hyperdrive and reassemble it in the engineering bay.
3 Serron: And then disassemble the new hyperdrive and reassemble it, molecule-by-molecule, installed in the engine.
4 Serron: Any comments?
4 Iki Piki: I’m still trying to get past “may well kill us all”.

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