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This article is about an email between Kara Aveiro and Paul Serene. You may be looking for the email, Re: Time Machine Core (Act 5).
RE: time machine core (Act 3)
TypeEmail
SubjectRiverport University Operation
AuthorKara Aveiro, Paul Serene
DateOctober 8th, 2016
Time6:06PM - 6:01PM
ActAct 3: The Wine and Cheese Crowd
PartAct 3, Part 2: Monarch Gala
LocationMonarch Research Facility
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RE: time machine core (Act 3) is a email Narrative Object found in the Act 3, Part 2 of Quantum Break. The email details Kara Aveiro's inquiry into the core of the University time machine.

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TO: KARA AVEIRO
FROM: PAUL SERENE
DATE: OCT 9, 2016 – 6:06pm
SUBJECT: RE: time machine core

Kara,

Thank you for the update. We do not require the time machine to be activated in the near future, but from this point forward I want technicians on stand-by. Our plan requires absolute control. That is what the machine represents. More than anything, we want to protect the machine from falling into the hands of our enemies. We have to deny them the opportunity to disrupt our plans.

We may not be able to change the past, but if my travels have proven anything, it’s that the past can help us better prepare for the steps to come. Those steps will be made clear to you very soon.

Paul Serene

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TO: PAUL SERENE
FROM: KARA AVEIRO
DATE: OCT 9, 2016 – 6:01pm
SUBJECT: time machine core

Paul,

The time machine core has successfully been transported to the HQ and installed in the Monarch time machine frame on the top floor of the tower. The crew is getting restless. They really need some insight into the next steps. I understand the details of your plan remain confidential for a reason, but any information you can give us would be extremely helpful.

Kara

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