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Cellular Atomic Fusion

Posted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 8:29 am
by C4pung
My first creation in a while :D. This time of the year I try to make something festive, combining sexually reproducing organisms and low viscosity enviroment like my older "Flowers"
https://www.dropbox.com/s/834e4oihmkmfb ... trate?dl=0

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Our scientists reached down to the sun in a paralel universe where the atoms are replaced by cells!. I loosely base the mechanism by the picture I found in the internet :

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Due to the limitations and the game, my atomic fusion have alot of diffrent properties to mimic the real one. There are 2 kinds of red single hydrogen atoms, the "male" secrocyte and "female" hydrogen atoms. When they both "fuse" it will become the black-red deuterium. The deuterium will fuse again with male secrocytes to become tritium, which in turn fuse one last time to become helium. The helium will produce an intermediate state that will split to a male and female hydrogen to close the cycle again.

Re: Cellular Atomic Fusion

Posted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 2:42 pm
by Emera
Such a cool idea you have brought to alive!

Re: Cellular Atomic Fusion

Posted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 3:04 pm
by Emera
Cell Lab_2017-12-26-00-02-14.png
I tried a bit of modification that will use gemates!
(they eventually break up into smaller atoms due to instability)

Re: Cellular Atomic Fusion

Posted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 3:09 pm
by C4pung
Emera wrote:
Cell Lab_2017-12-26-00-02-14.png
I tried a bit of modification that will use gemates!
(they eventually break up into smaller atoms due to instability)
Nice! Havent tinkered with gametes yet, I cant download beta. Could you explain how it worked?
Emera wrote:Such a cool idea you have brought to alive!
Thanks! I study in the departement of chemistry, so I'd like to implement a tiny bit of chemical elements to my creation

Re: Cellular Atomic Fusion

Posted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 3:49 pm
by Emera
I directly thought about using gemates when I saw this!
First tried as neutron and proton to merge with each other
to fertilize in to a photocyte having each of them through adhesin connection!

and directly got a problem where they merge in right after
the fertilization, needed to seperate them as two sets of
modes so group A proton will rect with grop B neutron.
(I know that this isn't how fusion works :p but just did it fast and dirty)

And with this feature, a well established atom will maintain it's shape for a while until a little unbalnce was made by external energy