We're not entirely sure. I'm here to study it to find out just that.269
Yes, we've had a bit of progress there. We've tried adding in a lot of things with varying results. The accident was the best though.253
Well, I slipped and dropped a fossilised leg bone from something in the pool. It... well it kind of ate it away.244
Oh yes, it was quite interesting. It's as if it restored some of the biological content of the bone and stripped all the mineralisation of fosilisation away. The bone was, rather floppy though. Like when you remove all the237
Calcium and phosphate are highly reactive - you'd never find just those in any quantity! You could maybe find some within minerals around this island that could work.229
calcium and phosphate from it.223
Ahh yes. Taking samples. We've tried all the methods we can think of, but it seems to, well, change somehow.116
The substance. It's almost like taking a finger off a human and assuming it will stay alive I guess. The sample sort of... goes inert once we take the sample from the main body of the pool.114
Well, someone drank it... that didn't turn out so well.111
Well, she's still alive at the moment. It was my mum, Marie. She's a better chemist than me, but she likes to do things practically. This time it didn't work out so well for her. Lucky I was on hand to help.108
Hello, my name is Irene. I'm a chemist.107
Me too.104