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Products from Aperture Science

Updated on November 28, 2013

It is a brave new world being revolutionized by Science and there is only one leader in science. No not Black Mesa please those guys couldn’t science themselves out of an anomalty. No the true leaders in science are Aperture Science.

As leaders of science Aperture has released four, count them four, amazing products for your consumption and we will now walk you through them, so that your science can be done.

Panels

Panels are a revolution in testing allowing for quick and dynamic reconstruction and redesign of a testing environment, saving you both time and money making science more cost effective for us all. Marvelous isn’t it. Never again will test chambers be the same.

Bots

Humans are fallible it just goes without saying. What is worse than that is humans also can’t be trusted. For so long this problem has perplexed us and our testing needs but Aperture science wasn’t happy with accepting the norm and thus produced a solution. The Robot.

Now I know what you are thinking given that one incident with the rogue Computer and the Neurotoxin this too had me worried and I thought I would never trust a robot but after seeing demonstrations I am 100% convinced of their loyalty and benefit to science.

Turrets

We all have security issues in this competitive world of science that goes without saying. What most people ignore is the safety at home, most that is except Aperture science. That’s right and you are asking yourself what wondrous product have they came out with now. The Turret!

That’s right the Turret and after witnessing these babies in action I can guarantee that I will be using them for all my security needs, what about you?

Boots

I know what you are thinking. Aperture science is losing their edge if they are producing boots. But hold your criticism until you see them in action for these are no ordinary boots. No these are boots produced by science for science, which makes them expensive yes but worth the book for no longer will you have to worry about test subjects falling to their death and the subsequent lawsuits that tend to follow for resulting injuries or unfortunate death.


This means that you will have more money in your accounts making your investors happy and remember who makes you the happiest? Aperture Science.

Those are the latest in the line of products from the leading company in science, Aperture Science. The company that you can trust with all your science needs, I know I do.

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    • Phasmatis profile imageAUTHOR

      Phasmatis 

      4 years ago

      Thanks for the comment and thanks for the correction. :)

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      Krysteena 

      5 years ago from Los Angeles

      Most awesome! I've seen these posted elsewhere, but nice compilation, very well done. One critique, you mean rogue, not rouge, under the bot section. (rouge computer)

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