Jul 18, 2022
Generation loss may include the introduction of noise and a loss of acuity. The quality of successive generations generally deteriorates when using an analog process. Although digital reproduction is, in theory, capable of producing successive generations without loss of quality, in practice the copying process may introduce errors. Is Caleb an error?
On this episode of the Beyond Westworld podcast, we explore the revelations that the Caleb we see is not who we thought he was. In fact, he's the 279th (or something) version of who we thought he was. Bernard teams with C for a weapon in the desert that we know all too well. Hale unveils parts of her master plan. And Christina aka Dolores finally meets up with her sweet Teddy again.
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