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When Walter has an MRI of his brain, his charts show that he has been through a procedure on his brain. A review of Walter's test results showed that has had three incisions on the left temporal lobe. Walter had tissue removed from his hippocampus, which stores memory and contributes to spatial awareness. This was done by his friend William Bell to remove the memory of how Walter opened the doorway to the dimension. When his brain pieces were reconnected by [[fringe:Thomas Jerome Newton|Thomas Jerome Newton]] he seemed more normal than ever. ("[[fringe:Grey Matters|Grey Matters]]")
When Walter has an MRI of his brain, his charts show that he has been through a procedure on his brain. A review of Walter's test results showed that has had three incisions on the left temporal lobe. Walter had tissue removed from his hippocampus, which stores memory and contributes to spatial awareness. This was done by his friend William Bell to remove the memory of how Walter opened the doorway to the dimension. When his brain pieces were reconnected by [[fringe:Thomas Jerome Newton|Thomas Jerome Newton]] he seemed more normal than ever. ("[[fringe:Grey Matters|Grey Matters]]")


'''Walter says that he had been an atheist until he stole Peter from the other side. The night after the crime Walter instinctually realized that he had violated God's trust and domain and believes the series of misfortunes that have taken place since have been God punishing him. Walter asks God for proof of his forgiveness in the form of a white tulip. When another scientist points out that tulips don't bloom at this time of year, Walter responds "But he's ''God''". He further explains that "If God can forgive me maybe it's in the realm of possibilities that my son can forgive me too"''' ("[[fringe:The Man from the Other Side|The Man from the Other Side]]")
'''Walter says that he had been an atheist until he stole Peter from the other side. The night after the crime Walter instinctually realized that he had violated God's trust and domain and believes the series of misfortunes that have taken place since have been God punishing him. Walter asks God for proof of his forgiveness in the form of a white tulip. When another scientist points out that tulips don't bloom at this time of year, Walter responds "But he's ''God''". He further explains that "If God can forgive me maybe it's in the realm of possibilities that my son can forgive me too"''' ("[[fringe:White Tulip|White Tulip]]")
 
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== Creation, life and death ==
== Creation, life and death ==