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    Diwalite: The Ultimate (Re)source of Power



    "Diwalite (“dee-va-lite”), a name derived from the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali, is the rarest mineral throughout all known planetary systems. As a highly powerful, self-sustaining source of concentrated energy, it can be combined with other raw materials and programmed to generate complex structures and organisms."

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    Diwalite is the best mineral in the galaxy.
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    Some strange doubtful idea: maybe it can be used as some kind of drugs? If we suppose that Diwalite, among other things, can be programmed to form some neuron connections in brain - it can create something like virtual reality in brain. And it can be programmed to be a good nice vr, maybe it's even legal - to help people with their mental issues, but also it can create a bad, painful vr - to torture someone for information for example. People can get programmed Diwalite as drugs on some illegal markets: for themselves, to be in a good vr; or a bad vr for some criminal activities. Also this programmed Diwalite maybe have some fake analogs on the drug market (Dewalite,Diwalight, etc) with similar name but without any effects, or even with harmful for health effects.
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    It’s beautiful! Like a snowflake
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    This must have been mentioned/thought of but if Diwalite can be used in cloning surely it has been used in medical treatments like organ transplants - Kidney, lung, heart basically any part of the anatomy even the brain, Plus nanobots programed to attack and eradicate diseases, Then this would make immortality not only possible but actually plausible. Also if it could be programed to change its density for a split second say if responding to trauma like a projectile was hurtling its way towards that specific spot, The point of contact would harden like steal. Which would inturn mean it would be possible to have an almost invinsible imortal (a God of sorts.) But this would lead to moral and religious issues. (If religion exists in the future) That man cannot play God and that a soul cannot be inprisoned in a body for eternity, But if you controled the market on Diwalite and had the resouces wouldn't you at leaste consider becoming an imortal God.....? In turn this would create all out war, Who would become unstopable.? Who would become all powerful.? Who would become a GOD...?
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    Having multiple uses for a resource that is so rare is a great idea!
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    This fixation with drugs from some users its kinda disturbing... anyway, if this mineral its such versatile I can picture being use to create buildings than can re-shape their forms according to different circumstances
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    "But if you controled the market on Diwalite and had the resouces wouldn't you at leaste consider becoming an imortal God.....? In turn this would create all out war, Who would become unstopable.?"


    This is a pretty interesting idea...
    I don't want to say too much for those who haven't played the original, but that might make sense of basically the whole conflict in Beyond Good and Evil.
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    The fact that this can be used to make clones and even hold so much power and rarity in itself seems like it’s going to bring power, greed, and demand to everyone. They’re going to build a sense of wanting to “control” more and more I guess you could say.
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    It's just weird. In BGE we fight vs makeing people into monsters..
    BGE is after BGE2 so they shoud know this technology in BGEs time as well but they dont use it for some reason. With this technology you can create "human" so you should be able to create monsters as well. Becouse in BGE they makeing people into monsers.
    Maybe im just wrong. Or its becouse this technology is really expensive... They didn't said that it's easy to make.
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