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|Posté le: Lun 26 Juin - 02:39 (2017) Sujet du message: The Time Editors Luke A Lang
The history of planet Solaya was one riddled with war and chaos. With the help of key figures within each nation, the Solayans realized they had to put this tension aside and learn from one another. In doing so, they unleashed amazing scientific discoveries. While science flourished, no discovery matched the one that changed the course of their planet’s history forever.
With the creation of a governing body known as The Assembly, the Solayan race uncovered the ability to shift objects, and eventually living beings, into a neighboring universe bordering their own. They began to record and document everything in this new universe.
Unfortunately, The Assembly learned something terrifying which threatened the very world they had worked so hard to build. Their sun would explode within the next two hundred years. Although this seemed far into the future, they realized they must start now to move their entire species to another inhabitable planet.
The Assembly set forth to design the perfect team for such a daunting task. LaDon Grafter, and his team of scientists, must use this new technology to find an inhabitable planet outside their own universe. Inside this neighboring universe, they find a small, blue planet. After recording and mapping out the history of Earth, from beginning to end, they learn the history of this “human” race is strangely similar to their own, although Earth’s history does not end up smelling like a bed of roses. Through recording devices known as Solespheres, LaDon's team watch as the human race destroys each other as well as the planet as a result. The Assembly, along with the brain power of LaDon's well-crafted team, devises a plan to edit Earth's time line and mold it's history after Solaya’s. This makes it easier to introduce such a profound technology to the people of Earth while saving them from their own demise. At the same time, this gives the Solayan race a temporary solution until they can find a more suitable planet to call home.
bound: 238 pages
publisher: Luke Anthony Lang; 1 edition (May 1, 2017)
filesize: 755 KB