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A simple Google search will tell you Provenance is: the place of origin or earliest known history of something. A more detailed Wikipedia listing describes it as: Provenance (from the French provenir, "to come from"), is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation ...


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Root tells Finch: Decima severed my link to the Machine... temporarily. But she didn't like that, so she wants you to patch 'these' into 'this'.     'This', the device on the left side, is (the internal part of) a cochlear implant. 'These', the three things on the right side, will presumably give her an umjammable connection with ...


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I haven't seen the episode, but according to the Wiki: The device surgically implanted behind Root's ear is a cochlear implant, which is typically used for post-lingual adults with sensorineural (nerve) deafness. Root's hearing loss, on the other hand, is due to the loss of one of the conductive bones in her ear, a conductive hearing loss. ...


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What is currently known is that between 2009 and 2010 Finch is involved in an accident and fakes his death [...] According to X-rays analyzed by Megan Tillman, Finch had a spinal fusion surgery as a result of his injury during this time period, possibly due to the accident. (Episode 1x04: Cura Te Ipsum) As a result of [the spinal fusion ...


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From an interview (July 2013) with creator Jonathan Nolan: ... A lot of people who don't watch the show think of it as a kind of crime procedural, but we really think of it of it as a science fiction show. We think of it as a genre show, there is a lot of comic book mythos woven into it... From another interview (October 2013, shorty after the start of ...


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As Vedran Ĺ ego and Oliver_C mentioned in the comments, a lot of his assets are held by aliases. For example: Throughout the show, it's heavily hinted that Harold Finch is also an alias, and it's not the name of the man who died, that was Harold Martin. Harold Finch is very much alive and the owner of IFT, a software company. It's not really mentioned how ...



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