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beautiful..or peaceful,’ he said to himself. Another puff of smoke. ‘I could have been living on a paradise planet..maybe together with Haila... a paradise planet like planet Earth.’ Silence… followed by a sudden angry outburst out loud, ‘What in God’s name possessed our ancestors to send us all the way down here?!’ The next day, Kallad together with Iris, the other Sercas, and a few security officers, were inside a docking bay putting on spacesuits. There was a morbid silence among the
responsible for all the forces in the universe, and microton-components are also the building blocks of every atom. Iris was huffing and puffing, and then yawned, she was bored. Mgog noticed this. Again she took of her glasses to take a good look at Iris. ‘I understand that this all seems very complicated, but it is important to me that I explain these things to you, so please bare with me… ‘A single atom has the potential of becoming much older than a star or a planet, it can become billions
this,’ Phill said with dismay. He switched on his mobile phone, which was attached to his wrist like a wristwatch. ‘So what did you do?’ he asked to Kallad while he was pressing buttons on his mobile phone. ‘I shot my lieutenant.’ ‘Is he dead?’ ‘No, he was some kind of android.’ ‘Must have been a half android, because an android that is completely robotic can only perform simple tasks, and cannot be a lieutenant,’ Phill explained, while he was still pushing buttons on his mobile phone.
through the air. He flew higher and higher, until he was nothing more than a little speck high in the air, hovering underneath the ceiling. Suddenly the little black speck had disappeared. ‘Something is wrong, I can’t see Leos anymore,’ Kallad said. Alarmed Alliat stood up from his chair. He squinted his eyes as he looking up into the sky, but he couldn’t see Leos either. They all stared into the sky in bewilderment wondering what had happened to Leos. And then suddenly he reappeared and
the others he said enthusiastically. ‘Come on in, the Stormseekers are always welcome in Garbagetown,’ he smiled baring black teeth as he stepped aside making a bow, gesturing to the Stormseekers to enter. So they entered the Wastelands. Behind the door was a dark cave. The cave was roughly cut out of compressed metal and plastic garbage. The cave was five or six meters longer and at the end of the cave was a heavy machinegun mounted on a standard and aiming at the front door. Behind the