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Y? (cont.)

Glen: Morning. I looked up some information last night.

Joe: On?

Glen: Those propellors and boxes. They were found in New Canada, Reunited Europe and a few places in Industrial China, but not in United Korea. There were few in the southern hemisphere.

Felix: Any more ideas on what these are?

Glen: It was the Dark Period. Society had seemed to advance to space satellites, moon shots, space station. We’ve found archaic computer devices, hand-held mostly. Towers made of steel. There is speculation the towers were creating a communication network. Town sites we’ve excavated show violent conflict–burned out buildings, bodies not buried. Destruction everywhere. No one found any power sources for the homes or electronics.

Mark: None?

Glen: New Japan once excavated around the shoreline and found high radioactivity in one area. Some said it was nuclear power.

Felix: Fission?

Glen: Yes, there’s no evidence society had achieved fusion. Then, further excavating turned up buried radioactive rods from fusion. What’s curious is even with just fusion, there should have been plenty of power. Yet the dark ages fell and society disappeared.

Mark: Surely these propellers and boxes had nothing to do with power. I’m thinking Glen is right–they were to guard against intruders. Maybe some kind of EMT emitter.

Joe: We’ve found no evidence there ever were EMTs–that’s just a theory with little evidence.

Al: I know. However, with all the coils and magnets,you have to consider the possibility.

Curt: Okay, EMT is possible I suppose. Could explain the Dark Period.

Al: Look, we’ve unearthed power lines or what look like power lines. This is the Dark Period level. There should be no power lines. How can this be?

Glen: We need to do more research before we come up with an hypothesis on what these items are.


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“We do not believe any group of men adequate enough or wise enough to operate without scrutiny or without criticism. We know that the only way to avoid error is to detect it, that the only way to detect it is to be free to inquire. We know that in secrecy error undetected will flourish and subvert”. - J Robert Oppenheimer.

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