The generated feedback loop between data and unconscious elements is reflexive one. This can be said from the perspective that every term has a mutual containment through the other. Just as the image of 2 hands are drawn reciprocating to each other, in the same manner in presence of a unique element, it is possible to get data innovated. This happens while data gets reconstituted in relation to unconscious forces, function across psychoanalytical narration. It is then that the unconscious is reconstituted simultaneously through the loops for information feedback. While the initial variations lead in the technological post human direction through homeostasis destabilization and re-description of the mind as data flow, the second variation is such that it opens onto species based post human terrain. This leads towards figuring out that the unconscious forces circulation beyond the liberal humanist bodily boundaries are either subjected as human or depict animal merger. Such exchange can have its traces evident in the sequences that have been described by Hayles. According to Hayles, signifiers flicker marketing through their unstable presence which exists between the present terms and absent terms, patterns and randomness. This flicker’s interval influences to capture in the exchange between Morbius and Dr Ostrow as image of Altaira appeared in the educator. Further, the article indicated how Hayles’ analysis of post-human technology was bestowed in the paper. Here it could have been debated that the movie uses return based psychoanalytical process to repress for reprising information disembodiment through monstrous production, projected out of control through the loop for feedbacks. The Id monster correlatively could also be read as irrational imputing and unconscious element within data itself. This is something that morbius always misunderstands as a pure formal reason expression. This point further points directly over arguments related to reflexivity implications across information theory and cybernetics. The article also indicated early researchers prevailing view which was not only positivist but also depicted psychological behaviour related with sympathy. The article also indicated that the film is full of statements dually coded. For example, Morbius, during one of his compound visits, directed the attention of a Commander towards Bellerophon party graves. He described how the bodies were buried by him and this was an incident that he did not wish to do it again. Still on an unconscious level, Morbium implied something opposite illustrating that crew members killing is something that he wishes for and wants to repeat.