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35 thoughts on “Night at the Museum of Technology: Jiggs' Loot & The Virgo II Lunar Lander – Fallout 3 Lore fallout 3 technology museum”

  1. I've always wondered about the lack of vehicles in fallout. Sure, a lot would be damaged or destroyed by the EMP from the bombs, but there had to have been plenty of technically skilled people still alive. Certainly enough to build steam engines. Which is enough to be able to create basic generators, batteries, etc. I mean, gas we can safely assume has been consumed, but there's still plenty of combustible materials around. Etc. Etc.
    I suppose we can justify this because too many people survived, and humans became their own worst enemy to rebuilding civilization.

  2. Oxhorn my man in the military they will choose some units to give new items to so they can field test them before they get rolled out for general use that could be what the vertibirds are being used for in that particular instance and maybe they weren't used widely within the military yet just testing it

  3. I always felt like the Virgo 2 exhibit is a reference to the conspiracy theory that the Apollo lunar landings were fake, and the presence of the Virgo 2 in the museum is a subtle hint they actually were fake in the Fallout universe.

  4. 6:45 gotta disagree with B. Bell on this one. History is history. All aspects should at least be remembered. Besides, how else are you gonna hunt a deer? Nicely ask it to die so you could eat it?

  5. Why in God's name would you not simply deactivate the weapons on display by removing the firing pins, fusing the bolt assembly, welding the barrel, or any other of the 100 ways there are to deactivate a weapon? Why would you waste thousands on security when you can remove a firing pin in 30 seconds on most weapons without a single tool? Pre war museum workers are mentally crippled.

  6. Vault-Tec paid the cost of the Enclave Vault most likely to the Government. I wouldn't be surprised if some of the vaults were created specifically for the government to run experiments in.

  7. The terminal entry for Oppenheimers' folly, mentions how you'll wish you could just "duck & cover" to avoid it all. That was the phrase used in all the old PSA videos (IRL) of the 50s for what to do in the event of a nuclear emergency, if you were caught outside of a bomb shelter. It was shown at schools & had a turtle as mascot. I thought that was an interesting tidbit they included. 😂

  8. Fallout 4 does fuck with a lot of lore related shit such as the kid in fridge not aging when ghouls have been shown to age from childhood, vertibirds, 9 billion previously unmentioned flavours of nuka cola etc. etc. etc.

  9. I think maybe the Fallout lunar missions were more different than we thought, I think since they only did two Virgo landings, they must’ve stayed on the moon for much longer, and possibly brought the lunar lander back with them rather than doing a later launch to bring it home.

  10. I don't think what they did with Carl Bells body was disrespectful. What's better, being put in the ground to rot or to be honored after death and leave a legacy? Different cultures do different things to bodies after death. Like leaving it up high for birds to pick clean. Some would consider that disrespectful but that's just a part of their culture so in the end it just depends on the mind set.

  11. Perhaps the R91 is the civilian variant of the M199? Similar to the AR-15 being the civilian variant of the M4/M16 family. Maybe after the divergence the fallout USA pulled back many of the restrictive gun laws from the 1930s, allowing citizens to own firearms capable of automatic fire. Or maybe the R91 was the National Guard’s internal designation of the M199, I always assumed the National Guard in the fallout world used the Combat Rifle and Assault Rifle from Fallout 4 rather than the R91 but maybe we need to take another look at this bit of lore.

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