This is Doctor Darren McDermot, last known survivor at the Safari Adventure Replication Facility continuing my personal recordings. It's been... hell, I don't know how long it's been. I think I stopped counting months ago... or was it years? Even with the scientific equipment at my disposal, it's clear there's no going back from what I've become. The radiation from the bombs has taken its toll on my body, twisting and deforming my physical appearance. But instead of falling into despair, I've embraced the change and used it as a basis for my new cloning research. Perhaps this curse will turn out to be a blessing. I just wish Dr Hein was here to guide my hand. I feel lost without him.
This is Doctor Darren McDermot, last known survivor at the Safari Adventure Replication Facility continuing my personal recordings. I've been continuing to modify the Nuka-Gen Replicator to provide a source of food. It's ironic that the very same device Nuka-World was using to create its animal specimens for leisure has become integral to my survival. Using a tissue sample from a cow, I was able to replicate a viable clone, consume it as food, then use the remaining tissue to create another. I figure as long as the Nuka-Gen Replicator continues to function, I'll have an endless supply of food for years to come. Dr. Hein would be proud of my accomplishment. It's sad... it's been so long, I've almost forgotten what he looked like.