It was said that the LARD Movement loved experiments. Whether successful or not, in their view, their experiments were a source of profound — or profane? — knowledge. On one hand, a success gave insight into the deep nature of large tissue, its behaviour and many intricacies down at the molecular level. On the other hand, a failure, like the test subject AR511-XQ, was simply a success that was not anticipated. One small error in the splicing phase meant that the data from the experiment was completely meaningless; with that said, the RESULTS (a flailing, putrid mass of enraged tissue) had a knack for ensuring no unwelcome visitors ever entered the sub-levels of the Movement’s main headquarters.