From the novel Monopole.
The magnificent glow of the M Corp lab casts an eerie blue light in through the window of the nuke as they approach the grandiose but irregular edifice. Its radiant walls carve curvilinear shapes in the dark night surrounding it, multitudinous outer structures rolling into sinewy waves crawling along the building’s exterior, almost as though it’s pulsating with some sort of alien or demonic life force. It is like nothing Teddy has ever seen. He’s certain he would remember the lab looking like this when he snuck in several days before in order to steal what he needed to make his new machine. Some great variance of space and time must have miraculously altered the facility. Teddy is both awestruck and mortified at the thought, which he reluctantly allows himself to comprehend.