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Dissecting Tech – Page 17

“This is really good. You guys want to try my pizza?” Chris said, with only one of the original four slices still on a tray in front of him. “None for me, thanks” Alexander said turning to look at Matthew. Matthew shook his head from side to side, as he chewed another piece of sushi.…

Dissecting Tech – Page 16

Dropping down close to the planet’s surface, Mars became a three dimensional world with canyons and mountains strewn across its landscape. The Resurrection dipped between the peaks and valleys and the landscaped zipped on by, but was nearly unchanging. Like a desert that went on forever, Mars was aptly named the Red Planet. Chris was…

Dissecting Tech – Page 15

A chirp finally broke the silence, and Alexander turned the communications system on. “Beam me up ship.” Chris’ voice echoed slight. A moment later, Chris was standing on the bridge wearing dark grey, knee length shorts and a red hooded sweatshirt. “How is everyone today? Anything cool happen while I was gone?” His voice raced…

Dissecting Tech – Page 14

Swivelling his chair around, Alexander looked up at his cousin. Matthew was only two years younger than Alexander, but their age difference was sometimes exaggerated because of Alexanders overactive maturity. Matthew came on board wearing dress pants, a collared shirt, a bow tie and a vest. It always shocked Alexander how much his cousin enjoyed…

Dissecting Tech – Page 13

Alexander found himself waking up on the bridge of the Resurrection. The command chair had folded down flat, becoming a reasonable bed but Alexander was still exhausted. The sun shone in through the front translucent area of the ship, and illuminated the entire room. Sitting up, the chair followed his lead, and slowly adjusted upwards…

Dissecting Tech – Page 12

The day wore on, as Alexander and his cousins looked through the data held within the ship’s memory. It kept them consumed, except for the odd burst of excitement when one of them found a useful piece of information, or an interesting piece of technology. By the end of the day, a small list had…

Dissecting Tech – Page 11

Looking back through the transparent section of the ship, the transparency contracted back to the a small portion of the front, and still standing next to his cousin, Alexander ordered the ship to fall back to Earth. “The first thing we will need to do is figure some of this stuff out, and determine where…