Chapter 229 plays a vital role in explaining what turned man into stone 3700 years ago. It reveals that Whyman is a huge collection of mechanical parasites that rely on intelligent species to replicate them and replenish their batteries. In addition, they believe that fossilization is a gift for everyone to live forever. The main motivation behind fossilization is to accelerate human evolution to some extent in order to replicate the Medusa device. Can Senku negotiate with these people in Chapter 230 of Dr. stone?
The study also found that people with higher IQ broke out more quickly from rigidity, which explains why Xiangu woke up before Taiju. In short, “why why why” is Whyman’s curiosity about why humans don’t want to be petrified. It seems that Whyman misunderstood that petrification is a gift for immortality. Whyman seeks to negotiate, so they want human immortality in exchange for their maintenance and replication. At least Whyman is fair, but in the most wrong way.
Dr. stone Chapter 230 spoiler and original scan
In Chapter 230 of Dr. stone, fairy will try to negotiate with mechanical parasites. He must have breathed a sigh of relief when he found out that viman was not an enemy of mankind. They are willing to negotiate and are in urgent need of maintenance. Senku must make them understand that fossilization is not the solution to death, but slows down their evolution. Now, human beings cannot replicate such advanced equipment; However, they can replenish their energy by replacing diamond batteries. In exchange for this service, Senku may ask them to stop fossilizing humans, or at least delay fossilization until they find a way to replicate Medusa’s equipment.
We can also understand the origin of Whyman. It is either an alien artificial intelligence out of control or the product of a seriously wrong human experiment. I wouldn’t be surprised if Whyman eventually became Dr. stone’s “Superman” in the universe. The original scan and leak of Dr. stone’s Chapter 230 will be released 2-3 days before the official release. So don’t forget to look back. We will keep this section updated.
Chapter 229 reveals that Whyman is a mechanical artificial intelligence parasite that cannot replicate or replenish batteries. However, they show the basic instinct of survival through multiplication and are desperately looking for a way. Their approach is similar to any other biological parasite that relies on another organism for reproduction and other resources. Whyman detected electromagnetic radiation from the earth and petrified swallows during commissioning.
Whyman calls fossilization an “immortal gift”, suggesting that AI doesn’t know what life means. The immortality brought by fossilization should be the talent of human beings to help these devices replicate. It hardly knew that fossilization had prevented their evolution. In addition, the higher one’s intelligence, the faster they can extricate themselves from rigidity. Therefore, it can also be used as a means to filter out the most talented people they want to maintain. The ultimate motivation is to push humans to a technological point where their technology is advanced enough to replicate whymans.
About 3000 years ago, due to an accident, Whyman detected the first electromagnetic waves from Treasure Island. However, it is too weak to be taken seriously by viman. Later, Senku’s GPS generated a strong enough electromagnetic signal to attract Whyman’s attention. Facts have proved that “do you want to die” is not a threat, but a curious question. Why do humans refuse immortality.
Chapter 230 of Dr. stone is scheduled to be released on Sunday, February 20, 2022. The ongoing arc answers the questions we’ve been wanting to know since the beginning of this series, so don’t miss the broadcast time of the new chapter every Sunday.
You can read Dr. stone’s cartoon in the official application of viz media and Shonen jump. Recently published chapters can be read for free, but you must switch to a paid subscription to access the entire directory. Comics can also be found on various pirated websites, but I suggest sticking to the official way.