Chapter 210: Consciousness ‘Copy,’ ‘Paste,’ ‘Delete’
“I never expected it to be such a small round mouse!”
The small black room where the round mouse was, first transformed into a cage-like structure, crooked but still recognizable.
But soon, a new change occurred as the cage transformed into a cave-like space, from which emerged another graceful and elegant female round mouse.
Soon after, the two round mice staged a passionate battle!
Su Hao said, “Little Light, revoke Level 3 access.”
“Level 3 access revoked.”
Everything the small round mouse had imagined disappeared without a trace, leaving it standing in place, looking around the emptiness, appearing very bewildered.
Then, Su Hao proceeded with his next attempt: killing the small round mouse’s body to observe the changes in the consciousness information recorded in the pinball space.
Su Hao exited the pinball space, grabbed the G-3 small round mouse, held its neck with one hand and gently slid the other hand across its back.
With a light “click” sound, the small round mouse instantly perished.
After confirming the death of the small round mouse, Su Hao entered the pinball space to observe the status of G-3 inside the small black room.
“Indeed, once the brain activity ceases, the consciousness information loses its foundation and stops thinking.”
Following this, Su Hao focused on another small round mouse, with the designation G-4.
“Little Light, destroy the consciousness of the G-4 test subject.”
“The consciousness of the G-4 test subject has been destroyed and deleted.”
Once again, Su Hao exited the pinball space to observe the current state of the G-4 small round mouse locked in the cage.
Because he needed to confirm one thing: whether the consciousness information recorded in the pinball space, once destroyed, would affect the original being!
According to Su Hao’s speculation, it shouldn’t have any impact. Once information is recorded, it’s like making a duplicate and saving it in the pinball space.
What connection could deleting the duplicate have with the original?
However, the results surprised Su Hao. He discovered that after the consciousness information of the G-4 round mouse recorded in the pinball space was deleted, the mouse no longer moved.
Upon inspection, the body remained vital, but the brain ceased functioning, turning the mouse into a vegetative-like state.
“Can this happen?” Such results greatly astonished Su Hao.
“It seems the consciousness information in the pinball space and the original being have a connection beyond my comprehension. It’s far more complex than merely duplicating information!”
In other words, if Su Hao’s consciousness information recorded in the pinball space is destroyed, then he will also die, even if he possesses a body.
Conversely, if the body is destroyed but the consciousness information remains stored in the pinball space, then he still has a chance to awaken again.
“The third step of the upcoming experiment is to transfer G-3’s consciousness information into the body of G-4.”
Su Hao merged the two small black rooms together and placed G-3’s consciousness information in G-4’s original position.
“No good?” Su Hao, who had waited for a long time without any response, frowned.
“Indeed, establishing a connection isn’t that simple! How can G-3’s consciousness be successfully transferred into G-4’s body?”
Su Hao, pondering and conducting corresponding experiments, found that all attempts failed.
It seemed impossible to transfer a consciousness into a specific body.
However, Su Hao firmly believed that there must be a method to achieve this: “There must be some crucial missing condition. What could it be?”
Over the following days, despite continuous attempts, Su Hao failed to come up with a solution as the body of the G-4 round mouse completely died.
Three days later, Su Hao exited the pinball space, coldly pulled out the thoroughly chilled G-4 round mouse, and casually threw it into the experimental trash can!
But just as the round mouse made a precise arc and hit the trash can, a bright light flashed in Su Hao’s mind!
Su Hao suddenly opened his eyes: “It’s space!”
Su Hao discovered the key aspect: the location of the pinball space fundamentally isn’t within this world but exists in the unknown depths of the universe.
The pinball space can acquire information through Su Hao’s human body, but the information inside the pinball space cannot traverse the countless light-years to reach this world.
Does this mean it’s unrealistic to transfer G-3’s consciousness into another round mouse’s body?
“No, quite the opposite! As long as I find the problem, solving it isn’t far away.”
Delighted at grasping the crucial point, Su Hao immediately returned to the pinball space and started the Little Light ‘Functions’ section, inputting a new ‘Information Export’ function!
Then, he constructed the software framework for the ‘Information Export’ function, continuously refining it.
Su Hao turned into a coder again.
After another half month, the initial version of the ‘Information Export’ function created by Su Hao successfully ran!
The operational principle involved packaging G-3’s consciousness information, pinpointing it through contact with Su Hao’s body, and then transmitting it.
Su Hao first erased G-5’s consciousness, then, holding G-5’s body, saturated with blood and life, at the moment of recording the information into the pinball space, the package containing G-3’s consciousness was sent into G-5’s body.
After the process, Su Hao placed the G-5 round mouse in front of him, waiting patiently.
Roughly after a dozen minutes, the round mouse moved its limbs, then opened its eyes and slowly got up.
G-3, the round mouse, seemed as if it had just awakened from a nap, but the enchanting female round mouse was gone, the cramped black room vanished, replaced by a massive experimental platform: “Squeak – ??”
Yet, it had no idea that it had even changed its body.
Only at that moment did Su Hao finally heave a long sigh of relief: “It worked!”
This success held immense significance for him.
If the pinball space is used adeptly, the convenience it brings to his experimental studies is unimaginable.
Su Hao reached out, seized the revived G-3, gently snapped its life away, and its shallow thoughts once again fell into suspension.
He entered the pinball space and obliterated G-3’s consciousness information.
After completing all this, Su Hao exited the pinball space, unusually pushed open the laboratory door, and leisurely strolled to the yard.
A reclining chair gradually emerged on the ground, and Su Hao comfortably lay on it, gazing at the stars in the sky.
“When will I be able to freely roam the universe!”
Two months later, Su Hao cataloged the research results and incorporated the newly developed functionalities into Little Light’s ‘Functions’ section.
They included: ‘Information Export,’ ‘Information Deletion,’ ‘Small Black Room,’ ‘Thought Maze,’ ‘Permission Management,’ and others.
What Su Hao valued the most were the ‘Small Black Room’ and the ‘Thought Maze’ because these two functions ensured Su Hao’s safety.
If any unexpected consciousness information entered the pinball space, Little Light instantly captured and discerned it, subsequently trapping it in the Small Black Room, gradually extracting certain information, then erasing it without a trace.
If the ‘Small Black Room’ couldn’t detain the intruder, the ‘Thought Maze’ entrapped their thoughts in an infinite loop.
But what if the ‘Thought Maze’ also failed?
Just the thought made Su Hao extremely uncomfortable: “No, I must obtain greater power, at least to have the ability to resist in the worst scenarios.”
Regarding the worst-case scenarios, Su Hao harbored no sense of luck.
Probabilities are mysterious! They’re fundamentally incomprehensible.
Currently, what Su Hao urgently needed was not physical strength but mental strength.
His physical strength had already far surpassed his mental capacity.
Su Hao couldn’t help but think about the legendary concept of the [God] in the Zhu Hua people: “I wonder if the legendary [God] can help me break through the restraints of mental strength… Should I attempt evolving into a [God] using the genetic modification fluid?”
However, with only a 10% success rate, it was exceedingly risky.
In the end, Su Hao couldn’t muster the determination to evolve into a [God]—the probability was too low.
“Let Little Light test coordination on its own. I’ll try when the success rate reaches 99%!”
Having made up his mind, Su Hao temporarily set aside the idea of evolving into a [God].
With the current free time available, he could explore the use of runes, develop more functionalities, and resume researching the ‘Talented Race’ that he had previously abandoned, searching for ways to pass down complete runes.
What he lacked the least at present was time!
It’s quite a thrilling scenario.
(End of this chapter)