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As far as I know - is not true but with the help of my friends,and my knowledge in this subject is restricted to little more than common sense - the original Cerebro machine is not so restricted in its targets. Remember that the version which Xavier is tricked into using is not the original version - it is built by Stryker for only one purpose: killing mutants. Stryker has no need to steal the components of the machine which enable it to 'track' humans - indeed he may have deliberatley declined to take these as a safety precuation for this highly dangerous attempt to kill all the mutants. This is shown in the movie by the reconstructed Cerebro having only half the panels which line the inside face of the sphere. When Magneto, using his knowledge of the machine, moves the pannels around he 'rewires' the macine to be capable of tracking humans - presumably if Xavier were to attempt to track mutants in this configuration, he would fail. However, the 'original' Cerebro machine features a complete set of interior pannels, which makes it capable of trackign both mutants and humans, indeed at the same time (as shown earlier in the film when Xavier demonstrates to Wolverine that "we are not as alone as you think"). Happy-melon 17:24, 1 June 2006 (UTC)
The Bigger Picture
I uploaded this image of Cerebro and put it up, but I think it would be better to change it. I don't like the it, but it was the only one not from the movie I could find.
--MrRandomGuy 06:52, 25 July 2006 (UTC)
There are a couple of places in the Film section with uncited left-field speculations. Anyone got any sources? If not, I'll get rid of them. Noclevername 19:28, 22 January 2007 (UTC)
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what it does to nonpsycics whom use it
I am wondering how nonpsycic mutants and even humans without mutations use cerebro whappens to the it stated coma is possible but that is stated with one with minimal psycic ability being overwhelmed what happens to nonpsycics that attempt to use it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 23:01, 5 March 2009 (UTC)