Figuring out what I’m even supposed to be bringing out of the vaults would be easier if I had any idea what half the stuff in them is, which would be easier if I had a better flashlight. At least this will hopefully be solved soon, when my order comes in.
The place is set up like it was an underground zoo. Judging from Dr. Cranor’s comments, the biological research parts of the facility are far away from everything else (for obvious reasons), but I guess there are applications for animal testing in pretty much every field of scientific exploration: psychology, chemistry, radiology. I don’t think it was just monkeys and guinea pigs, though. Some of the enclosures were clearly meant for large animals.
The weird thing is that even though what we’re doing has nothing to do with biology (as far as I can tell, which isn’t very far), Dr. Cranor is very interested in me bringing back any tissue samples or organic or semi-organic or pseudo-organic (her words) materials that I find. I don’t know what that has to do with the study of n-dimensional phase shift variances in n-dimensions, but then I don’t know what anything has to do with that.