Re: What REALLY happened to Dr. Daystrom after 'The Ulitimate Computer
Yes, and perhaps it never had so much power at it's disposal in previous testing. Maybe it's "brain" was too overloaded and then the defect set in, it may have continued for years at that lower power and been fine with no noticable problems, but when that extra power got into it's system it was like a drug and couldn't get enough and wanted more.
"A man either lives life as it happens to him, meets it head-on, and licks it. Or he turns his back on it and starts to wither away."