Babu is the youngest son of the cheif of the African village of Dunbara, Republic of Congo.
Seven years before it happened, while Peters and Gurveer negotiate with Babu's father about allowing them to test the LPW Microchip Implant, Babu and his brother, Lumumba, are caught eavesdropping on the conversation.
Babu's brother, Lumumba, continues to listen behind the curtain. While fiddling with his bracelet, Lumumba discovers that he will be chosen for the experiment but Babu is "too young for this technology" and as a result Babu's life is ultimately spared.
Eight years later (s01e32: "Seeds"), when Babu and Topi are searching the remains of Dunbara, Babu is seen wearing his older brother's bracelet.Read more >
I accidentally created a duplicate article for Matteo Spina. Now two exist: Matteo Spina and Padre Matteo. I can't seem to find anything that would allow me to resolve this problem. I'll look around.Read more >
I added quite a few pictures, made lots of corrections to minor errors (mostly of my own origin) and created a few entirely new pages. It's cool seeing my work expand this wiki. I look forward to seeing more activity on it in the near future. Maybe I'll try and spread the word a little bit on the H+ facebook page... see if we can get some more traffic.Read more >
So I've still got a lot of work to do on here. I can do much better work on these articles, and I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of edits on my stuff in the near future, but I wanted to provide a foundation for more edits to happen. It's often easier to work when there is something to work with. In any case, I'll visit the H+ website tomorrow and get more official information straight from them, rewatch some episodes, and clean up some of the articles I got in tonight. In any case, it's way too late; I need to sleep. Rgleon9986 (talk) 09:20, January 2, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
This'll be short. I'm very excited about this series, and really looking forward to the end of this season. The combination of mystery, spirituality, and technology has really pulled me in. I'm also very interested in the entire Transhumanism movement in general, so seeing where people's imaginations go involving entirely possible advances in real-life technology is a lot of fun.
Good science fiction explores philosophy in a way that realistic fiction can't, by removing some of the barriers of reality that currently keep us from seeing from certain perspectives (for example, the use of androids to explore the nature of what it is that makes humans, or intelligence, or the soul, unique...). I can't wait to see more of what this series is try…Read more >
I first heard about this series when a friend posted the trailer on Facebook. Fans of Joss Whedon often keep up on what actors who have appeared in his projects are doing next. In this case, it was Alexis Denisof who has appeared in Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Dollhouse. He's a terrific actor, and I think it's well worth following his career.
The premise of H+ doesn't sound all too dissimilar to the "Epitaph" portions of Dollhouse, which were episodes that looked into the future of the story that included a post-apocalyptic setting brought on by mankind's careless handling of an innovative, new technology. In H+, that technology is a voluntary upgrade to your body that enables you to fully interact and essentially become a part o…Read more >