The Harvest of Area 51
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When an alien crash site provides a library of DNA from across our galaxy, Area 51 becomes a genetic laboratory for the creation and study of animals from distant worlds, until something goes horribly wrong.
supplies. The Colonel didn’t register the severity of the situation, but he felt sufficiently prodded into speaking with the military operator on the surface. He took a special comm‑piece from his pocket and his Marines stepped closer to find out what was going on. “They already received data uploads from the Reptile and Insect Wings.” “Sir?” Zalas showed him thermal scans of the second sub‑level where three dots were moving from the access corridor to the control station. Black said to his
the edge of space and time, taking a journey of thousands of years to be shown the future of the earth. A last drop made their stomachs rise and the atmosphere split with the violent explosion of anti-particles pulling a uniform gravity opposite to physical space. High over the planet, time shifted and brought an altered fate from the one known to humans after they left the chaos of their Mother. As the ruins of civilization crumbled, the earth had loved her children but the land was left barren
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walked to the two computer programmers chatting beside the group. The tall one was Zalas, a twig that a strong wind could topple, and the timid one with glasses was Parker. As he shook hands with Barnes, he gave a nod towards April. “She’s an expert on rainforest biological systems. If I knew that lab geeks looked like her now, I would’ve gone into a different profession.” “You both have the consoles Andronicus spoke about?” Dekker asked them. Zalas nodded. “The technology they’re entrusting
intersection, Dekker stopped in his tracks when he and the Marine beside him saw an inquisitive head poke around the corner. The leopard‑sized animal was white with black stripes but it seemed harmless as Barnes took a few steps and kneeled. To the kind gesture, the eight‑legged mammal came into the open, revealing its long body. The soldier watched it nervously and gripped his weapon, but the graceful creature reached them with a sign of submission to pet its soft feathers. “Something has