Gondar, The Nile States: 2052 AD, (Earth time)
Leaving home and not knowing when, or if, she'd return was nothing new to her. Her parents had been displaced like their parents before them. It was a cycle she couldn't see any way out of, so in a way, to make her ancestors proud, she volunteered for the journey. In her mind the future of humanity depended on this.
The corporate-governments of the world had been bleeding the Earth of it's resources with no regard to the future for centuries now. The privatization of the space exploration industry at once both expanded the field and crushed it's potential to be something beneficial for all. From the Nile States, this was the first "people-powered" intergalactic space flight in history. Continue reading
Oh yes.... Wake Up just debuted on MTV's the Hive. Nice one! Check it out here
The Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence is out there. Making moves. Looking for our spacecraft. Looking for us......
I can’t believe they said we stole the ship. Steal? Really? I built the damn thing. I’m flattered that they grew so attached to it. You look at something for a few thousand years and you think it’s yours, people are funny like that... shit, even people who aren’t technically “people” are funny like that. I’m getting ahead of myself.
When you tell folks you’re a “time traveler” from the “future”, they tend to jump to all sorts of conclusions. Continue reading
The KoAhn species emerged in the early days of the universe, shortly after the time of the Big Bang itself. Born of supernovas, they are a mysterious race about whom little is objectively known, but much speculated (and more often gossiped) about.
The KoAhn’s unique ability to shape shift between both particle and wave form allows them to be physical or electromagnetic at will. Tangible or invisible. Embodied or abstract. They play with the matter energy dichotomy, and can take on physical characteristics and facial features of their choice and mood, though they do tend to settle on one general look for the purposes of ease and convenience. Continue reading