That is some freaky goo right there.
What's a bit odd is that the goo has shown itself to be something of an A.I. and a bit robotic in nature, but it's clearly losing its temper, here, and not for the first time. I suppose that's just something it was programmed to do, which isn't terribly far-fetched. I mean, you can program a character in a video game to behave in a flipped out way. Why not a giant blob monster? The logic is flawless.
Commentary added Nov 10, 2014