Monthly Archives: August 2012

Archaic Engineering Eight

Chapter 8 Synesthese admired Randall Osbourne’s bicycle machine immensely, so she cloned it. Its feral soul buried deep inside the hydroformed aluminum frame tubes. That was an oversimplification; but the earth-beasts, human beings, were ignorant of the true nature of material … Continue reading

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Archaic Engineering Seven

Chapter 7 Human Civilization was based on weakness. It was as simple as eat, or be eaten. The strong ate the weak. Edward James was accustomed to dining regularly at the tail end of another historical cycle; he was a … Continue reading

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Archaic Engineering Four

Chapter 4 Osbourne gazed East where according to the geological data, he couldn’t see The Atlantic Ocean from the Arielle Complex at Level Five. Angelique wanted him to experience the advanced eGlass, another Erich Morrison prototype design. “The first two floors are pretty … Continue reading

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