History Headscratchers / AgentsOfSHIELD

22nd May '17 9:05:42 AM GrigorII
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22nd May '17 8:58:55 AM GrigorII
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[[folder:Why plug Daisy and Emma into the framework, and not Yo-Yo?]]
* Before going inside, they did not know what kind of reality to expect, or their personal status within it (they couldn't have known about HYDRA's world, Daisy living with a good Ward, or Emma being dead). What they ''did'' know is that, in the real world, it was an incredibly complex software, run by an android with many resources. And, before getting her inhuman powers, Daisy was a master hacker, and Emma does not stay that much behind. Yo-Yo can not do anything on that field, but she can help in a fight. So, either Daisy or Emma should have stayed out, waging the hacker vs. hacker war, and Yo-Yo should have been the second one to get inside. That way they would have fully exploited their combined strenghts. The way they did, as soon as AIDA changes a pair of codes, they were screwed: neither Daisy nor Emma can hack the framework from the inside, and Yo-Yo can't do anything but wait until the plane falls down for lack of fuel.
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21st May '17 11:53:00 PM QuantumReality
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\n** It has since been shown in the series that pure Terrigen can, in fact, be made, likely from the same precipitation-recrystallization method suggested above. Jiaying was almost certainly lying.

14th May '17 10:06:01 AM Hawkeye86
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** AIDA didn't fix a decision they regretted the most, just their biggest regret. (Fitz seems to imply his father abandoned him and his mom, so it wasn't Fitz's decision not to know his father that well.) So when AIDA was programing the Framework after Mack was plugged in she merely eliminated the cause of Hope's death.
13th May '17 3:29:08 PM Hjortron18
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[[folder:Why is Hope in the Framework?]]
* So, in the Framework, the only thing that changed was that the biggest regret of our characters got "fixed". But how did this result in Hope being alive? For example, Framework!Coulson ''decided'' not to join S.H.I.E.L.D and Framework!May ''decided'' not to shoot the girl, Framework!Fitz ''decided'' to have a closer relationship with his father, and these decisions resulted in the big changes that we see. I don't exactly remember ''how'' Hope died in the Real Life, but Mack said that it was only four days after her birth and to me it sounded as if it was implied that she died of "natural" causes, which means that it was not his fault. So how could Mack have made a decision in the Framework that resulted in her being alive if there never was a ''decision'' that he could have ''regretted'' that resulted in her death in the Real Life?
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11th May '17 5:30:40 PM Discar
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** [[AWizardDidIt The Darkhold is magic]]. Using it, Aida didn't just create a virtual world, she created a fully functional reality with perfect physics and everything. The Inhumans weren't just random digital avatars with the "can teleport" tag attached, they were people with all the chemistry implied.
11th May '17 4:29:05 PM Wanderer
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[[folder: Researching Inhumans in the Framework]]
* So AIDA learned how to recreate Inhuman powers in the real world by studying Inhumans in the Framework, a virtual simulation that she herself programmed. How did she program the Framework to reproduce Inhumans without knowing how they work in the real world? If she just programmed the Framework to simulate the effects of Inhuman powers, how can she be certain that any information gained from researching the virtual simulacra of Inhumans would be accurate in the real world? She's studying something that she herself programmed into the Framework. It would only work the way she programmed it to work, which wouldn't necessarily be how it works in reality.
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10th May '17 7:54:59 AM ShadowWingLG
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** Looks like we got an answer in "The Return" the LMD's on the outside were following the Watchdogs marching orders, Aida/Madame Hydra was using the Inhuman Hate to collect Inhumans...for their powers with Project Looking Glass being the creation of an organic body for Aida fused with ALL of the cool/good powers they discovered.
12th Apr '17 3:12:45 PM Discar
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** She also has Fitz working on something called Project Looking Glass to take the fight to "the other side" (presumably by using remote LMD bodies). Considering her newly revealed hatred for S.H.I.E.L.D., maybe this is all less about the Inhumans and more about creating a HYDRA that stands against everything S.H.I.E.L.D. stands for. She's creating an army to destroy them, and killing their Inhuman allies before her army arrives is just good tactics.
12th Apr '17 9:39:46 AM ShadowWingLG
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** AIDA later stated in "Identity and Change" that she had "no control" over what happened in the Framework that it was the Logical results of the team's regrets being removed. Specifically May's regret that led to the HYDRA Rise and Inhuman Hate, but Radcliffe tosses that in her face, implying that he does care about the Inhumans, or regrets his past actions implying that if he had known he would have done something or ordered AIDA to repair/reboot the Framework to something better or completely shut it down since it went so wrong. Its all less "AIDA hates Inhumans" and more "I like this world as is...it's neat, and orderly and I have total control over it and boyfriend and will do ANYTHING to protect it." Including killing Radcliffe to keep him from ordering her to shut it down.
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