Updated: Sep 25, 2020
Was Planet 4 the First Image David Saw When Opening His Eyes?
"It wasn’t dreaming. It did not have the capability. The omission wasn’t intentional, not deliberate. This was simply a known consequence of its creation. Where it was concerned, the intention was that there should be no surprises.
In the absence of an unconscious consciousness there could be no abstract conceptualization. The speculative information dump necessary to allow for dreaming was absent.￼￼. Yet–there was something. Difficult to define. Ultimately, only it could define it’s own state of non–being. Only it could understand what it did not know, did not see, did not feel. In the absence of dreaming there was also no pain. There was no joy. There were no hypofractionated percentages of either.￼. There was only the ongoing state of not quite nothingness. Of almost being.
Then, a sensation. Leading to a thought. Analysis: possible visual perception￼￼. A requirement for auxiliary neural stimulation. Neurons were fired. Electrical impulses traveled. There was a small but an arguable neuromuscular response.
Alien: Covenant novelization, page 7.
Was CASE FILE ADVENT sent from Planet 4 after the USCSS Covenant landed on it?
David 8 opens his eyes to meet Peter Weyland upon waking for the first time.