Saturday, January 22, 2011

Boom!- Introduction

A.D. 2053, when the United Nations signed a new law of war contract to ban all countries from using humans as war tools in the future. Because the technology at that time had many lethal autonomous weapons (LAWS)to choose from, many countries agreed to the bill. However, human cloning does not belong within the jurisdiction of the bill, so the United States used their own sophisticated replication technology to develop a research program, collectively referred to as Reformators (RFS). The U.S. government set high expectations for the program: the clones would not only be put to use in future wars, but the U.S. military could also earn a higher level position among the world.

Reformators (RFS) had a total of five clones. After the country’s most rigorous training program, their gene arrangements were carefully developed by the soldiers. The clones’ bodily functions were different than ordinary human beings in that they are capable of healing from injuries more rapidly, and their metabolism is several times faster. Yet because of that, their life expectancy is also shorter than humans’.

After the success of RFS studies, several incidents occurred that resulted in the clones becoming a RFS anti-government group. In the end, the United States agreed to give up jurisdiction to the RFS Corps, in return for signing the armistice agreement. After the withdrawal of government in California, only some robots lived in poverty with the homeless, and thereafter occurred a wonderful set of circumstances.