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used in Black: The Birth of Evil

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make an imitation or representation of
  • We're basing the conclusions on a simulation.
    Chapter 31 (72% in)
  • We feed the genetic signature of the virus into the model-in this case human-and then let the computer simulate the effect of infection.
    Chapter 31 (74% in)
  • Based on this simulation, the virus will require under three weeks to build enough momentum to affect organ functionality.
    Chapter 31 (86% in)
  • Jacques de Raison had shown the simulation and presented his evidence on the Raison Strain.
    Chapter 35 (15% in)
  • Only simulations.
    Chapter 35 (20% in)
  • No offense, but simulations like this are only, what, 70 percent?
    Chapter 35 (20% in)
  • It's your simulation.
    Chapter 35 (21% in)
  • True, the testing is only a day old, but we've seen enough viruses to make some pretty educated guesses, with or without the simulations.
    Chapter 35 (24% in)

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