“So, you mean that fire flower now”
DARPA Director Jeffrey’s words were eaten by Helen.
“Yeah. It wasn’t made in a lab. It’s from a different universe dimension. So it wasn’t ignited, it was passed on. Somewhere else.”
“This would be a truly astounding discovery than all of human history and evolution put together!”
Helen stared intently at the screen with an excited and excited face, erasing her stuttering tone.
“Think about it. Director! Warp ar ea exists only in theory, and there is no technology that can prove it? But look at this! Just reproducing the intrinsic energy wavelength and frequency of an object requires 20,000 megatons of energy. It opens up a warp area where you can implement! What could be a greater discovery than this?”
Geoffrey shook his head as if trying to catch the leash, and looked again at Helen’s profile on the desk.
“Researcher Griffin. Did you say your lab belongs to the Warp Drive and Plasma Engine Labs?”
“Yes! That’s what I’m interested in, but I also have PhDs in nuclear physics, astrobiology, and molecular biology.”
Jeffrey shook his head, comparing Helen’s thick glasses to her lush age.
At that level, I would not have even had time to make friends, let alone love.
‘I’ll be sincere because there will be no leaks.’
“Researcher Helen Griffin.”
Jeffrey said, clasping his chin with his interlaced hands.
“I will promote you to the head of the special A-sector research institute. I will support you with the necessary financial resources as much as possible.
Since it’s a field, we also seek cooperation from NASA.”
Helen’s eyes widened in surprise.
“I don’t know if you know, but the A-sector special research institute is an independent research lab under the authority of the director. Regardless of the government’s support, it is operated with the DARPA fund, not the government budget.”
In other words, it meant that I was supported by a laboratory that could continue research regardless of time and performance, even if there was no support from the state government, as long as there was the will of the director.
“Guk, chief! Really…really…!”
Helen was astonished and ecstatic, as if she had won a Powerball.
“However, never forget the periodic report. If there is no performance, you may omit the report or intentionally omit the results… “Never! It will never happen! Trust me!”
Helen’s enthusiastic response gave Jeffrey a satisfied smile.
“Okay! If you write a list of research areas with the most necessary resources for your research and the financial resources you will support, we will support you as soon as possible.”
“What I need the most is that sword. Chief.”
Jeffrey’s gaze shifted to the screen Helen pointed to.
In the video, the sword in Se-young’s hand, who was engaged in a battle with the heavily armed US military, flashed like a jewel.
Jeffrey put on a puzzled expression.
The government has been working hard day and night to embrace Tak Se-young, but in the meantime, I heard that the general consensus is that it should never be brought to the mainland.
Even the United States, the world’s most powerful country, considers Tak Se-young as dangerous.
How much more can I bring you the knife that Tak Se-young uses? “Have you already proven it through experiments? Do you really need that sword?”
“No. Experiments through recorded video are only a small part. For example…”
Helen said with scorching eyes, a mixture of beliefs and desires.
“It’s like there’s only one of the 88 perfect piano keys. Strictly speaking, it’s too much to say that the flames have been moved to completely open a dimensional passage.”
Helen put her thumb and forefinger together and widened the gap enough to reveal a slight gap.
“Slightly, very slightly, a tiny crack smaller than a fingernail? It’s only for a moment. It’s a momentary moment. The two dimensions are momentarily rubbed against each other. I guess.”
Helen’s explanation with specific examples made Jeffrey’s troubled expression even more crumpled.
“Of course, even without that knife, over time, you can put the incomplete parts together like a puzzle, but it will take a very long time.”
When a scientist says ‘a long time’, there is only one.
I don’t know when it will be.
“But think about it. With only one key, you made a tiny crack smaller than a fingernail. If you take that knife and complete the perfect energy wavelength and frequency, the size of the warp area that will be created is really… ”
Helen swallowed her last words and shrugged, raising her hands.
Jeffrey suddenly looked at his hand on the desk.
A fist clenched so tightly that blood rushes to every joint.
‘I was excited.’
But at the same time, it felt like a lump of lead had landed on my chest.
Jeffrey, who had let Helen out, immediately picked up the receiver.
“Prepare a conference call by connecting the Pentagon and NASA.”
Moments later, when the other person answered the phone, Jeffrey frantically untied his tie, as if he was expecting a war of words that would not end easily.
“I, DARPA Director Jeffrey Winkate. The Pentagon’s ‘Super Soldier Project’ and NASA’s ‘Warp Drive Research’
I have a suggestion for you.”
With full support from the Ministry of Defense and Nihon University, a private research institute that has built a unique position in research on drones and cyborgs in secret for a long time.
Shinzo Kamigawa, the head of the agency, checked the caller’s number and answered the call without delay.
– I’m crying.
Kamigawa politely responded to the low, low-pitched voice.
-I think the time has come to show the director’s research results.
“It’s already on standby.”
-I’m talking to the old woman, but don’t get hung up on success or failure. What is important is how you can show it. Today’s practice is to declare that our research will no longer remain in the shadows. Do not forget that the future of the military power that your home country envisions depends on the governor.
Kamigawa hung up the phone and spoke briefly, bringing the radio he was already holding in his other hand to his mouth.
The car rolled a few laps and crashed into a street tree before coming to a stop half-turned.
Lee Jo-yang and Jung Jun-wook’s faces were torn and blood shed in an instant.
Lee Nam-hee was already unconscious with shards of glass all over her face.
The moment the car that was running well suddenly turned over in the middle of the city, Lee Jo-yang had an intuition that Tak Se-young was chasing him.
Lee Jo-yang ran away as if being chased and was not safe even in Japan.
Korak-seo, who runs away because it would be futile to take revenge on the enemy who even ate his son.
Besides, when I was humiliated like this by a lowly, ignorant man who had neither money nor strength, I wanted to die coolly with a knife in my mouth.
hey hey hey hey.
The car, energized by the heat, made a sound of body aching, and was placed right with a rough shock.
As soon as the car was put in place, Jung Jun-wook let out a shriek just by looking at the two bridges that looked like wooden pillars through the window next to him.
The bodyguards in the front seat have already collided with the glass on both sides of the head and then passed out and are of no help.
The dented door thought it would hold out for a while, and then the whole door was torn off and flew past the intersection like a shot put.
A hand that suddenly came in without a word and the lid of the pot grabbed Jung Jun-wook’s neck.
And pulled it out relentlessly.
When I felt that my eyes were flashing, there was an unbearable pain that struck my whole body with the asphalt.
“Ahhhh! You b*stard!”
With Jung Jun-wook collapsed, he slowly turned his head and looked away.
Lee Jo-yang, who had her hair in Se-yeong’s grip, was dragged out like a dog, screaming at the whale whale.
Se-young grabbed Lee Jo-yang’s head and then fell to the floor and grinded her face on the asphalt.
Jung Joon-wook shuddered.
It wasn’t because of the cruel act he committed to Lee Jo-yang.
It was because of the appearance of holding the ankles of Nam-hee Lee, who was fainting in the car without forgetting even after pulling them out, and pulling them out.
As he came face to face with the enemy who had killed his child, soaring anger erupted from his mouth as he felt helpless and unable to take revenge.
“Cruel b*stard! You b*stard! Are you human!”
Se-young, who had brought out Lee Nam-hee, turned her gaze to Jeong Jun-wook, who was screaming.
“You’re not a human being who killed a friend with a little bit of a fight at school and did this kind of thing!”
Se-young straightened her back and walked towards Jung Jun-wook.
“The cruel, beast-like blood that lacks humanity must have come from your parents? That dirty blood! Your mother-in-law committed suicide in Gwanghwamun, so damn it, parents and children are all the same.”
Se-young, who came right in front of him, smashed Jung Jun-wook in the face with his fist.
“Okay… uh… huh?”
Jung Jun-wook’s subordinate, who had been shouting with wide open eyes, sat down.
Jung Jun-wook, unable to overcome the shock and pain of falling down, his eyes slipped backwards, and his whole body convulsed.
Se-young grabbed Lee Jo-yang and Lee Nam-hee’s feet one by one, dragged them to the place where Jung Jun-wook was, and gathered them together.
Lee Jo-yang, whose half of her face was completely stripped of her skin, was to the point of fainting from the pain, so she could only stare at Se-young and had no energy to use her jaws.
Se-young’s gaze passed through Lee Jo-yang and stared at Lee Nam-hee, the mother of the deceased Lee Su-ho, who had passed away until then.
Then, he turned the knife in his hand and held it upside down and stabbed Lee Nam-hee’s black suit skirt above the knee.
Nam-hee Lee, who had fainted as a large blade cut into her flesh, opened her eyes in pain and screamed.
Se-young, who had been watching Lee Nam-hee struggling in pain with a cold gaze, suddenly looked up and looked up.
On the road facing the intersection divided into five or six, a tracked vehicle that felt solid steel armor entered at an amazing speed and stopped.
shudder! Kak! Kakang! The entire top cover of the tracked vehicle was opened, and a large Vulcan cannon erupted, turning and aiming at three young all at once.
Judging by the size of the tracked vehicle, there was no space for a person to board at all inside the bulkan cannon.
that it is a driverless car.
hey hey hey hey.
Woo woo woo woo woo.
Then, a noise like a train running on rails echoed, adding to the overlap, and an unmanned drone ship here flew through the city center around Se-young and stopped in mid-air.
Se-young raised the sword at an angle with Lee Jo-yang’s back under her feet.
I knew it was a drone just by looking at it, but it looked different from other drones.
Its shape was like a large machine gun with wings attached on both sides, and the size was large enough to be the size of a normal gimbal.
And there were no propellers in sight to keep them in the air.
The only thing that proved that it was flying with power was the strangely low noise like a moving tank.
shudder! shudder! A pair of barrels protruded from the sides of the drone’s body in the air, paired up and down.
hey hey hey hey hey.
The Vulcan cannon of the tracked vehicle aimed at Se-young rotated at high speed and spewed fire.
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