Half Life: Source - Anomalous Materials - HD and CC - 02 - 1/1

Uploaded by GordonCam on 11.03.2009

-Hey, Mr. Freeman
I had a bunch of messages for you, but
we had a system crash about 20 minutes ago and I'm still trying to find my files.
Just one of those days, I guess.
They were having some problems down in the test chamber too,
but I think that's all straightened out.
They told me to make sure you headed down as soon as you got in to your Hazard Suit.
-Go right on through, sir.
Looks like you're in the barrel today.
-Ah, Gordon. There you are.
We just sent the sample down at the test chamber
-We've boosted the Anti-mass Spectrometer to 105%.
Bit of a gamble but we need the extra resolution.
-The administrator is very concerned that we get a conclusive analyisis
of today's sample.
I gather they went to some lengths to get it.
-They're waiting for you, Gordon, in the Test Chamber.
-My... -It's about to go critical!
-What the hell is going on with our equipment?
-I'm afraid we'll be diviating a bit from standard analysis procedures today, Gordon.
-Yeah, but with good reasons.
-This a rare opportunity for us: this is the purest sample we've seen yet.
-And, potentially, the most unstable.
-Now, now, if you follow standard instruction procedures, everything will be fine.
I don't know how you can say that, Altough, I will admit
that the possibility of a Resonance Cascade scenario is extremely unlikely.
-Gordon doesn't need to hear all this, he's a highly trained professional.
We've assured the administrator that nothing will go wrong...?
-Ah, yes. You're right. Gordon, we have complete confidence in you.
-Well, go ahead, let's let him in now.
-Testing, testing... *coughs*
Everything seems to be in order.
Alright Gordon, your suit should keep you comfortable through all this;
the specimen will be delivered to you in a few moments.
If you would be so good as to climb up and start the rotors,
we can bring the Anti-mass Spectometer to 80% and hold it there, until the carrier arrives.
-Very good... We'll take it from here.
-Power to Stage 1 Emitters in 3, 2, 1...
-I'm seeing predictable phase arrays
-Stage 2 Emitters activating... Now.
-Gordon, we cannot predict how long this can the system can operate at this level
nor how long the reading will take. Please,
work as quickly as you can.
-Overhead capacitors to 1, one oh five per cent.
-Ah, it's probably not a problem, probably,
but I'm showing a small descrepancy in... Well, no, it's well within acceptable bounds again. (?)
Sustaining sequence.
-I've just been informed that the sample is ready, Gordon. It should be coming up to you any moment now.
Look to the delivery system for your specimen.
-Oh, dear! -Gordon! Get away from the beam!
-Shutting down... Attempting to shut down....
It not... it's not shutting down!