Tag Archives: Emerging Worlds

Laborotics – Degen Hill

Electricity coursed through the concrete bunker that housed Unit 11, bringing the 30 androids to life. Green lights atop each mechanical worker flickered on while their gears clicked, unlocking them from their charge stations.  C-17 clenched his black mechanical hand into a fist and then slowly flexed each of his five, tri-jointed metal fingers until they were fully extended, repeating

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Wait on Eight – Al Onia

It took me a week of early mornings to determine the mother wave wasn’t six. Not on planet Qu’aean. Fifth world from an otherwise undistinguished F-star. Huntington Beach, Earth, six. Qu’aean surf zone, eight. At least, my empirical evidence indicated every eighth wave was larger. High tide progressed into my afternoon shifts with the delegation, delaying further experimentation.

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