The MCRT, Morlocks, MGH and Murder

Part 2: Chapter 10

After nearly three hours of searching through some the boxes on the floor, all Jean found was aggravation. It had become quite obvious to her that Hank had spent very little time here after putting everything in here, out of sight and out of mind. Then again, even if a mess was within Hank’s sight, he did very little about it. She hated leaving a thought without an answer and a problem left unsolved, but she wasn’t going to be able to find something she wasn’t even sure she was looking for in a mess the size of Rhode Island. At least not today.

She returned to the laboratory and sat next to the microscope. And then pulling out a notebook, she jotted a few things down:

MGH: structurally similar to hGH, thus MAY mimic its properties (may not)

- ‘Growth’ in MGH could very well be a ‘growth factor’

- Can cause OR disable growth

- Growth could then refer to change of a mutant ability – or control of that ability

- Hypothesis A: growth in MGH indicates a potential growth factor, and thus acts as such

- Hypothesis B: growth in the case of a mutant ability refers to a ‘change’ of or ‘control’ of that ability

Potential Power/Ability: Develop Or Not Develop

If a power develops...either the power is controlled or uncontrolled

Controlled, with 'growth', can lead to an altered ability OR power becomes uncontrolled

Uncontrolled, with 'growth', can lead to a power that is further uncontrolled OR power becomes controlled...




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