History Headscratchers / Cyberchase

23rd Jul '16 12:33:28 PM RandomReader
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**That's one of the few episodes I remember well. Hacker actually persuaded the kids to help him by giving Motherboard the antivirus ''before'' the kids defended him from the law and got him out of jail. They helped him because for all they knew, Hacker just cured Motherboard so now they need to keep their end of the deal. Although he revealed to his lackeys at the very end of the episode that it was only a ''temporary'' antidote....
6th Jan '16 7:57:15 PM Rubber_Lotus
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** I might be confusing it with another episode, but didn't the crown turn Hacker into a ''RealityWarper'' (at least within Radopolis itself)? That's not someone you'd want to mess with, even on a kid's show.
21st Sep '15 5:17:35 AM ladyofthelibrary
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*** To make this one worse, a later episode has Hacker holding Inez hostage with Jackie having to complete a task to rescue her.

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*** To make this one worse, a later episode episode, "A Perfect Score" has Hacker holding Inez hostage with Jackie having to complete a task dance with him in order to rescue her.her. The [[UnfortunateImplications pedo vibe]] is ''not'' helped by Jackie's disgust at the circumstances.
21st Sep '15 4:42:44 AM ladyofthelibrary
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** Motherboard being the cyberspace equivalent of a god cannot be defeated in cyberspace...however in the real world she is nothing more than a computer program. Hacker having once work for Motherboard and help maintain her probably figure out a way to manipulate the real world computer systems to make Motherboard...but only for a brief period(otherwise he could have just make another virus to use against her). Hacker probably spent years trying to do this.

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** Motherboard being the cyberspace equivalent of a god cannot be defeated in cyberspace...however in the real world she is nothing more than a computer program. Hacker having once work worked for Motherboard and help helped maintain her probably figure figured out a way to manipulate the real world computer systems to make Motherboard...but only for a brief period(otherwise he could have just make another virus to use against her). Hacker probably spent years trying to do this.



** This is complicated by the fact that they're implied to be metallic but magnets don't affect them in any way (Didget is able to keep a magnet inside his chest compartment which also contains several pieces of important equipment; in real electronics, this would damage if not ruin said important equipment).



** Cyberspace seems to run on specific rules that everyone on any given site have to follow; the reasons are never given but they're strict enough that only evil villains seem to want to bend and/or break them.



** Odds are they dont have proof. Considering that people in cyberspace have right to trial they dont have any evidence, after all no one was looking at that time or video tape it.
** Not only do they not have proof, does that particular Cybersite have any jurisdiction over him besides the ordinance violation? You can only arrest someone for the laws you have, after all.

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** Odds are they dont don't have proof. Considering that people in cyberspace have right to trial they dont don't have any evidence, after all no one was looking at that time or video tape it.
** Not only do they not have proof, proof; does that particular Cybersite have any jurisdiction over him besides the ordinance violation? You can only arrest someone for the laws you have, after all.
7th Apr '14 7:27:58 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* Cyborg Cybology (yes, I did that on purpose): Good gods, where to begin? Well, you're technically going to live forever, so why bother having kids? For that matter, how exactly does this whole kids having thing work? There are denizens who are clearly robotic, others who look like hybrids, and yet others who seem organic. How organic are "borgs"?

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* Cyborg Cybology (yes, I did that on purpose): Good gods, where to begin? Well, you're technically going to live forever, so why bother having kids? For that matter, how exactly does this whole kids having kids thing work? There are denizens who are clearly robotic, others who look like hybrids, and yet others who seem organic. How organic are "borgs"?


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*** To make this one worse, a later episode has Hacker holding Inez hostage with Jackie having to complete a task to rescue her.
19th Feb '14 1:30:45 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** Though they never bring it up, to quote Inez in the estimation episode, "close enough is good enough". Plus Matt and Jackie both use "about" to describe the portions. Here's a paraphrased but still close rendition of what they said.

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** Though they never bring it up, to quote Inez in the estimation episode, "close enough is good enough". Plus Matt and Jackie both use "about" to describe the portions.proportions. Here's a paraphrased but still close rendition of what they said.
6th Jan '14 12:20:49 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** Though they never bring it up, to quote Inez in the estimation episode, "close enough is good enough".

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** Though they never bring it up, to quote Inez in the estimation episode, "close enough is good enough". Plus Matt and Jackie both use "about" to describe the portions. Here's a paraphrased but still close rendition of what they said.
--> Matt: "Back at home, the doorknob usually comes up to about my waist."
--> Jackie: "That's about...half your height."
26th Sep '13 10:39:16 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* In the episode where they are on the island where everything is 10 times bigger, they determine the proportion by comparing their own size to that of a giant kid. The problem I have is that the giant kid is stated to be the smallest in his class, so he isn't average-sized like Matt. Their proportions should be wrong.

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* In the episode where they are on the island where everything is 10 times bigger, they determine the proportion by comparing their own size to that of a giant kid. The problem I have is that the giant kid is stated to be the smallest in his class, so he isn't average-sized like Matt. Their proportions should be wrong.wrong.
** Though they never bring it up, to quote Inez in the estimation episode, "close enough is good enough".
29th Aug '13 6:10:21 PM SMARTALIENQT
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** Not only do they not have proof, does that particular Cybersite have any jurisdiction over him besides the ordinance violation? You can only arrest someone for the laws you have, after all.
16th May '13 12:52:09 PM Piglet
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** Odds are they dont have proof. Considering that people in cyberspace have right to trial they dont have any evidence, after all no one was looking at that time or video tape it.

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** Odds are they dont have proof. Considering that people in cyberspace have right to trial they dont have any evidence, after all no one was looking at that time or video tape it.it.
* In the episode where they are on the island where everything is 10 times bigger, they determine the proportion by comparing their own size to that of a giant kid. The problem I have is that the giant kid is stated to be the smallest in his class, so he isn't average-sized like Matt. Their proportions should be wrong.
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