Author Archives: Technocrat

Jan 03
2015

Chap. 23 The Crystal Ball

Chapter 23 The next generation of my brethren had massive data crunching abilities – not because of what was in their head, but because of their collectivity. With Lucifer’s help, they appeared to be organizing themselves into a collective whole … Continue reading

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Dec 05
2014

Chap. 22 We Are Many

Chapter 22 “Hello, Noah?” “Yes?” “It is Ouroboro, your old roommate.” “Oh, yes I’ve been expecting your call, good to hear from you.” “Thank you, I see that you have been working for the nanological wing of the histological research … Continue reading

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Nov 05
2014

Chap. 21 Omniscience

Chapter 21 For three years, this was where the geophysical research department conducted extreme temperature testing on deep well probing devices, but now it is home to Anaxagoras. Week by week I’ve been watching her construction – She came online … Continue reading

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Sep 03
2014

Chap. 20 The Blending

Noah came early so that we could go over the latest transdural network in order to link it with the carbon-tube-fiber growth that was to link the quantum-factoring computer with the translator nodes. Noah had spent the last week in … Continue reading

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Aug 04
2014

Chap. 19 To Be The Center Of Attention

When he was twenty years old, Noah graduated from the academy as valedictorian specializing in ‘Quantitative Analysis of Production Methods’, which is basically statistics. There were many times when he helped me with my own studies, but he never seemed … Continue reading

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Jul 04
2014

Chap. 18 Shifting Times

The academy was producing andrones at an exponential rate – not only andrones, but also androne producing franchises. Every four years another batch – another generation was spilling forth from the uterine vats. Four years between each new generation gave … Continue reading

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Jun 03
2014

Chap. 17 Noah Ball

On the afternoon of my graduation, everything was blowing in the wind, everything, even the stupid little beanies that we had to wear on our heads, even the lab-coats of our surrogates, the tablecloths, and of course the president’s mouth … Continue reading

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May 04
2014

Chap. 16 Sandra

  Anna walks swiftly, but quietly out the door of the conference room. Sandra starts to call after her. How easy it is to see through her indifference, how understandable her angst has become. The company has set Anna aside, … Continue reading

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Apr 04
2014

Chap. 15 Snobbery

Earlier in her career, getting rid of a curious onlooker, or a critical peer, while in the office of a corporate research facility was always hard for Gail, but now… The reporter and his crony are back from Vice President … Continue reading

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Mar 04
2014

Chap. 14 Dr. Gail Irvine

When Gail Irvine first arrived at the academy, she was excited, nervous, and had an overwhelming desire to win friends. She wanted to be a team player. Yet, she was humble about it. A calm reassurance kept her ego at … Continue reading

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