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Such an Incredible Story To Tell
I am very much inspired to invite all of you who love Science Fiction to tell this story! What is happening here? Where is this taking place? Is it outer space or our Planet Earth? Is it friendly or unfriendly activity? Elaine~~
A photograph was used and altered in the layers of this Digital Art piece that was taken by my husband who is an awesome photographer here on RedBubble Lynn Bawden
~Doeha eyed the chrono nervously. Was the fuel mixture right? The gravity of this moon was affecting everything. Time and space were actually slower here. No matter, it would finish the test, and leave this chunk of rock.
The test was simple on it’s face – don’t lose. The Artintels here were tested brutally, pushed way past their design parameters, but this was the only way to cross that elusive and blurry line that separated machine from man.
The first part of the test, to assemble the ship correctly was a breeze. Doeha had assembled ship in every possible configuration 7,205,397 times [in theory], decided which parts could be discarded for lowering weight, and went on to the next problem, the fuel.
This was a little tricker. Aerodynamics was child’s play compared to Torsion Physics. There was only enough ingredients for three attempts at powering the craft, and losing wasn’t an option. The simulations said the mixture was correct. The fuel was added and the craft flew on the first try. Bad news for the other contestants.
Doeha and the rest of it’s series were fixers, or rather problem solvers. The thing was, it wasn’t enough to solve problems, next level thinking needed a big picture view of everything, a wide angle view as it were to compensate for the unforeseen.
As normal space bent, twisted and enfolded around the ship, it disappeared.
With any luck Doeha would have such an incredible story to tell.