Kino’s Story, Chapter 0

Alright. If I’m going to tell you my story, we’re going to get one thing straight right here, right now. Time travel does not exist. At least as everyone knows it. Everyone thinks you can just build a machine and pop into the past, make a few changes and then go to your brand new future. No, it doesn’t quite work like that. Continue reading Kino’s Story, Chapter 0

Untitled – Kino’s Story

Alright. If I’m going to tell you my story, we’re going to get one thing straight right here, right now. Time travel does not exist. At least as everyone knows it. Everyone thinks you can just build a machine and pop into the past, make some changes and then go back to your future with all these cool little changes. No, it doesn’t work like that. Continue reading Untitled – Kino’s Story

The Tower of Babel – 48 Hours Earlier (August End)

”Wait, electricity?” I asked Kyra, the T-4 in charge of me.
“Yes sir.” Kyra’s been in the program quite a bit longer than I have. At T-4, she can do things I can barely imagine. But I’m getting there, I’m a T-9. “Your nanomachines are showing an electric buildup. You’re probably creating it unintentionally, but if you don’t get it in check, it could cause you some problems a little later on.” Continue reading The Tower of Babel – 48 Hours Earlier (August End)

The Tower of Babel – 48 Hours Earlier

”Wait, electricity?” I asked Kyra, the T-4 in charge of me.

“Yes sir.” Kyra’s been in the program quite a bit longer than I have. At T-4, she can do things I can barely imagine. But I’m getting there, I’m a T-9. “Your nanomachines are showing an electric buildup. You’re probably creating it unintentionally, but if you don’t get it in check, it could cause you some problems a little later on.”

The Tower of Babel – Introduction

The Tower of Babel, built by Nimrod, the King of Shinar as a show of defiance toward God. God, for whatever reason he may have had, sabatoged the tower by giving man different languages. Many years later, God is no more and humans built the tower again, so high it connected the planet to it’s nearest moon. It has a grand total of about fifty million floors, with about thirty million uncounted that are used for oxygen production and other various maintainance-type things. Continue reading The Tower of Babel – Introduction