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This suit is an improved version of the Split Second Temporal Dislocation Harness, which was initially conceptualized by Dr. Carl Weathers while working for Hydra, and perfected by Timetech in 2050.

When the Split Second Temporal Dislocation Harness was damaged, Deadpool and Cable found themselves in the year 2050 where they were immediately attacked by a time-traveler wearing a different temporal suit and calling himself Loop.

Wade Wilson (Loop) (Earth-616) from Deadpool & Cable Split Second Infinite Comic Vol 1 4 001

Loop dueling Deadpool.

During the time displacement, something happened to Cable and he was babbling incoherently, because a temporal cancer lesion had formed on his brain. This forced Wade to defend him, as Nate was apparently Loop's target for assassination. Eventually the NYPD arrived, and Loop fled.

Returning to the Timetech Facility, he ran into Deadpool yet again, and revealed himself to be none other than Wade Wilson. Dr. Carl Weathers, now the Temporal Adjudicator working for the Time Variance Authority, then recruited Deadpool to help cure the cancer within the timestream, giving him his own Loop Temporal Dislocation Harness, before sending them both back in time to save the universe by killing Cable.[1]

The pair then jumped back and forth in time, between Earth-616 and Earth-4935, charged with fulfilling the Time Judge's orders of assassinating Nathan Dayspring, only to have Deadpool repeatedly save his life every time. Eventually Wade realized that it was Split Second, utilizing a repaired Split Second Temporal Dislocation Harness, who was trying to kill Cable in all the timelines, so he anticipated where he'd attack from at the next attempt, then dropped in behind him, shooting Daryll in the back of the head with a Temporal Pulse Pistol.[2]

Returning to the present day in Earth-616, Deadpool tased Split Second, preventing Darius' accidental death, and learning Split Second's true identity. Shortly thereafter Cable arrived and took Daryll back to 2050, seizing the Split Second Temporal Dislocation Harness for himself. He then returned to Earth-4935, believing that he had to fulfill the Temporal Adjudicator's previous mission of killing himself across multiple timelines to remove the temporal cancer from his brain.

Wade Wilson (Earth-616) and Nathan Summers (Earth-616) from Deadpool & Cable Split Second Infinite Comic Vol 1 6 001

Deadpool helps Cable embrace his multiplicity.

After Dr. Weathers fixed the Loop Temporal Dislocation Harness, Wade caught up to Nate, and convinced him that all he needed to do was embrace his multiplicity. Deadpool then linked the Loop Temporal Dislocation Harness to the Split Second Temporal Dislocation Harness, boosting it's power and allowing Cable to unify himself across all timelines, thus curing his cancer.[3]

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