The beans having been already spilled, as it were, and hoping to get a bite of Bova's tasty treats, Pulsar begins to relate all the knowledge his perfect recall can provide, which is quite a bit, reaching for a bite now and then as he talks.
Well, you see, to the people on the ground, working for AIM is really no different than working for SHIELD or any other secretive organization. It's not like we torture puppies for fun in the rec room or anything. Most of the recruits tend to be young, intelligent and amoral, rather than evil. The higher-ups, on the other hand, are a pretty nasty bunch. But really, who hasn't thought their boss was evil at one time or another?
So most of the AIM scientists cope by keeping their heads down and staying absorbed in their work. That's how I got along. They hit you with some heavy propaganda in their recruitment videos downplaying the whole terrorist thing and emphasizing the incredible access to technology. Since they have such strict limits on the amount of information that any individual can know about the organization as a whole, I really can't tell you much besides what my teams were personally working on, and who my immediate supervisors were.
And Hydra? Oh man did we razz on those losers. I mean, really. Does anyone take them seriously? A.I.M. made a freaking Cosmic Cube! Not our fault that putz the Red Skull got ahold of it later. What did Hydra ever do? Just make a dumb chant.
But hey, I'm on the winning team now, anyway.
And he proceeds to relate all the information he knows regarding the terrorist organization.