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Alvis and the Crypto Quantum Dinosaur
Alvis and the Crypto Quantum Dinosaur

Alvis and the Crypto Quantum Dinosaur

Time is serpentine, the future a memory! Q.Dino encodes signs as dispatches on chain⛓️. For scion’s anamnesis, to loop and do the same. 💕⏳🦕


Part the Sixth

21 Mar 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Quantum Dinosaur

“We’ll begin today with an introduction to decentralized blockchains” Nakomoto told Alvis. With a freshly shaved head and a mundane gray tracksuit, the boy’s ascetic appearance perfectly matched his immense inner sadness. The adults had told him that...

Part the Fifth

19 Mar 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Quantum Dinosaur

The two Guardian’s savored the rare quiescence as they walked through Atlassian’s empty streets. The municipality would remain on lock down until sun rise, by which time the remediation process would be complete. Even the autonomous conveyance drones...

Part the Fourth

19 Mar 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Quantum Dinosaur

Alvis sat on a stool, glancing around the cavern for the fortieth time. The gleaming mass of pipes, vats, and inscrutable dials and switches offered no more clues than they had on his previous circuits. Francis hadn’t offered much in the way of an ex...

Part the Third

19 Mar 2020 5 minute read 0 comments Quantum Dinosaur

“Don’t worry Mr Jasiel, they won’t be gone for long. We’ll have your son back to you shortly” the leader of the group said matter of factly. “In the meantime, let us discuss the nature of truth, and what it means to the noble peoples of Atlassian.” “...

Part the Second

19 Mar 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Quantum Dinosaur

“I’m home Dads!” Alvis called into the apartment as he stepped off the paternoster. “’It is in the character of very few men to honor without envy a friend who has prospered’” came the reply from the Aeschylus mashup the family AI was rendering in th...

Part the First

19 Mar 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Quantum Dinosaur

“For the last time Alvis; the world is 11,000 years old, all fossils are nasty fakes, and DINOSAURS AREN’T REAL!” Mankasar thundered across the classroom. Alvis slumped in his seat. He was an affable boy, not given to nastiness or rebellion, and had...