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Mona Lisa on the Moon, The life and death of Mona Ann Lisa on the Moon, 32,000 years in the making by George B. (Fiction)

 
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Eight months for round trip to Ceres

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Mona was going over the flight plan to Ceres. The most efficient launch window to Mars happens only once every 26 months. So if Leviathan makes the launch window (which looks like she will) with a Rapid Transit Flight Path, she will be at Mars in 26 days, averaging 78,000 mph the high mid range of Leviathan's ion drive capability. Once Leviathan slings off of Mars at 0.523 AUs from Earth, the transit to Ceres should be 80 more days for about a 3.5 month one-way trip. (Ceres being 1.77 AUs from Earth)

Even if Leviathan did an emergency return trip, Mona calculates at best an eight (8) month round trip. And if she needed to wait for the next best available launch window it would require a year and two months round trip.

Mona thought, the voyage gives me a good amount of time to think about a bunch of issues . . . Bring it on!

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The Doomsday scenario

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Mona's parents had returned to the Moon Research Center and would not see the Leviathan launch in person but would be able to see it on live feed.

Mona decided to talk a few things over with them because the ion drive which would be pulsating continually for about three week to allow Leviathan to reach her maximum cruising speed. This inhibited communication because of the electromagnetic flux the ion drive created. So unless one launched a short range com probe toward earth with a prerecorded message there was no reasonable two way communication possible for weeks.

Hi, Mom, Dad. How was your trip back to the Moon?

"Just fine Dear. Both parents said together. We saw the Leviathan on the way out!" Both talking over the other. "We are so proud and your ship is a beautify, we love the Dragonfly logo. "

Thanks guys, that means the world to me! Do you two have the time to communicate over a two way encrypted voice com?

"Sure dear."

Mom, Dad . . . congrats on being appointed to the Emergency Defense Planning Committee for the Alliance. I know it is unusual that three members of one family have accepted the positions. What I want to talk to you about is our computer simulation of the Doomsday Scenario. It doesn't look good. (To be Continued)

:Space War:

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The Kessler syndrome

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We have run the computer simulations and computed the probabilities and with a 85% scenario reproduction occurrence rate the answer comes out the same.

The World Alliance falls within one year of a global war initiated by the AA. We can delay it but we cannot stop it . . . That is the analysis of our best minds and prediction models. And I am sure the AA has studied the same computer models.

"Those are our estimates as well dear, I mean Captain."

My recommendation to prevent the entire death, destruction, and enslavement of the World Alliance we need to consider an extreme measure.

This measure should not be taken lightly and will only even the odds to a point where a stalemate might eventually occur. The underground shelters, arks, and off world shelters may assure that an ELE does not occur but there is no real guarantee of that either.

In the final analysis the World Alliance chooses death over enslavement and torture by the AA . . . and I agree.

The AA advantage is in the use of their short-range, space based pellet rail guns (back engineered from ancient technology), which are only accurate enough to do pinpoint strikes from somewhere we estimate lower than 400 miles in orbit. This is because they are free fall weapons which cannot be guided because of the nature of their magnetic containment fields.

We therefore have considered and recommend the sacrifice of the Orbiting Habitats. This will effectively deny the AA the high ground through the effects of the Kessler Syndrome.

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Kessler Syndrome facts


[link to www.spacesafetymagazine.com]

"In 2009, the operational Iridium 33 satellite collided with the defunct but intact Russian Cosmos 2251. The two satellites collided with a speed of 42,120 km/h at an altitude of 789 kilometers. The accident, called the Cosmos-Iridium collision, sent thousands of pieces of debris flying across an area populated by telecommunication and remote-sensing satellites, each piece drifting and decaying at a different rate, ramping up the probability for more collisions."



"Matter in orbit travels at ridiculously high speeds, likeÖ 22,000km/h, just as an example. If this matter were to travel in the same plane and direction indefinitely, it would be impossible for any matter to collide, like cars going straight on a highway at the same speed, never endeavoring to switch lanes or get off on an exit.

But in space, uncontrolled objects do nott follow a straight path. Instead, each piece of debris is subject to drift and decay. The variation in Earthís gravitation field causes drift, or the gradual movement of an object to a different orbital plane. The friction of an object with Earthís atmosphere causes decay, or the slow decrease in an objectís altitude."

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Genetic Engineering of Humans

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The committee also has considered a crash program to study the effects of increasing the birth rate of the potential survivors. How to do it? When to do it and how much to do it?

So far the committee is assuming the death rates of initial survivors will be very high and the infant mortality just as high. Also, life expectancy may well crash to the lowest levels ever experienced in the human race.

Our models suggest that a twelve fold increase in ovulation frequency is a good target to shoot for. . . It is suggested we pre-screen and designate young women who would be willing to participate. At the beginning of a declared war with the AA. . . . these women will then be genetically altered and be given priority in any sheltering or off world relocation.

Research in animal studies show this ovulation frequency can be permanently passes to new generations with 98% effectiveness.

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We would rather be extinct than slaves . . .

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If war begins the decision has been made not to surrender. This means using all the means at our disposal. To prevent evil from triumphing we will risk it all. We would rather be extinct than slaves.

The World Alliance has sworn to use all weapons available to delay, defeat or neutralize the AA if they do attack for the purpose of conquering our city states. No future nation will be lobotomized. We have sworn a sacred oath.

Therefore, the computer model of all out hostilities indicates a world wide nuclear winter will result. It also predicts the destruction of, or the diminishing of, our protective stratospheric ozone layer. Expected loss will range from 30 - 75% loss in thickness.

This means ionizing radiation in the UVA and UVB wavelengths will increase the mutation and aging process of human, plant and animal cells. Even after the nuclear winter has done its damage. We conclude in most areas of the earth survival of humans will not happen unless they are sheltered from 100 to 1,000 thousand years underground or under the sea.

Ozone

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So what are our chances?

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Mona sighed deeply and says . . . So family Lisa what are our chances?

"Mona. Our analysis from the most advanced modeling facility of the known human experience indicates: If war cannot be avoided the expected human survival rate is between 1-5%. Meaning many species of animal and plant life will also become extinct. Without an increase of human fertility rates there is an 90% chance of human extinction. With a twelve fold increase in ovulation rates we reduce the chance of extinction by 30%. Not good odds but it may be all we get."

Mom, Dad, I fear our beautiful paradise of a world is going to be a thing of the past in a very short few years or months. Unless the Atlantic Alliance somehow returns to our traditional human values and behavior we are screwed!

"Looks that way dear. Dad and I have a request. We know if hostilities break out the Moon Research Center will be a primary target. Under no circumstances are you to risk your life or mission to come to our aid? Do you understand? Do you understand, Mona?"

Yes, but let's talk about that later . . . love you both deeply, I have to run and prepare for launch.

"Love you too! Signing off."

Suddenly, Mona is hit with a deep sickness in her stomach. Her head churns with despair. Then the familiar odor and flash of searing light! A vision appears on her mind . . .

(To be Continued Later, I will be traveling today so updates will be slow or may have to wait for tomorrow, have a great Memorial Day)

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What Am I really?

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Mona, wonders out loud . . . what in the hell did I just see and have been seeing now for months? Strange visions many-times, some very disturbing. What am I really?

When I told Mom and Dad they were not surprised or even concerned. "Just a stress reaction to everything going on . . . a coping mechanism of your cerebral cortex. . . ". What do you expect from a couple of senior scientists anyway, Duh?

Sometimes I think I am about to lose it. Seems no one in the medical literature has documented such experiences or could be they are afraid to mention it because someone would accuse them of being drunk. I must be a real outlier on the old Bell curve . . . obviously I don't fit into a normal Gaussian distribution.

Mona just shook her head and went to the command center to make final adjustments to allow a fully integrated connection between her cybernetics and the Leviathan's control AI module.

Note: Dreams and visions are not known to the human race 32,000 years ago. In fact sleeping is unknown and not needed.

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This is mesmerizing! I'm loving this story OP. I hope you take it all the way. The little I have read about Mona Lisa on the Moon was intriguing to say the least.
you are a gifted storyteller!
thank you for this :)

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This is mesmerizing! I'm loving this story OP. I hope you take it all the way. The little I have read about Mona Lisa on the Moon was intriguing to say the least.
you are a gifted storyteller!
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Thanks for the encouragement, my first attempt at scripting a story since the one I did on being from planet. TrollShill.

Thread: 2 Billion years ago I came from planet TrollShill, in the Andromeda Galaxy! Ask me anything!

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Leviathan is really female.

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Mona relaxed into her command chair and allowed the automatic reconnection of the umbilical cybernetics to initiate. In seconds it was done without discomfort or ceremony.

When fully connected Mona experiences a mechanized out of body experience (OBEs) or maybe what would be called possession or channeling in the thousands of years hence by a semi-sentient machine.

Leviathan had a personality of sorts, an awareness, but not fully developed in a way that would impose her will over Mona. Yes, Leviathan was female . . . her systems were nurturing and motherly to those sentient beings housed within her hull. Mona developed a sense of companionship with Leviathan and talked to her as a close friend.

Well "Levie" how is the day going for you?

"Very well, Captain Mona Ann Lisa of the World Alliance Mother Ship Fleet."

Levie, please call me "M".

"Will do 'M'."

Levie, how are the sea creatures in the upper cargo holds?

"They are all within the acceptable survival parameters, would you like the life-sign readings?"

No, I will take your word for it . . . let's review the pre-launch checklist.

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Sue calls to say goodbye and shares bad news!

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Mona was working with Levie on the checklist for tomorrow's launch when Dr Sue Grammar of the Ancient Antiquities Office called.

"Mona, wanted to say my goodbyes before you launched because I know it will be three weeks before the ion drive flux will allow two-way communication."

Mona knew something was not right because Sue always called her 'Moan' when things were normal. Sue what's wrong?

"Well. Just got word my AA friend has been arrested and charged with treason. His sharing what he knew with me I am sure was why he was charged. I expect I will never hear from him again. "

I am so sorry Sue. I don't know what to say . . . his information was so very important to our understanding of the AA.

Did he have any last things to tell you?

"Only that the oppression inside the AA was almost intolerable . . . the elite were becoming less and less recognizable as humans and behaved as though no one was of value except their inner circle. They were absolutely powerful and without compassion or mercy."
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No M." "The chance of survival is lower, even with the mitigation actions recommended."

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Mona bit her lower lip to keep from crying, how she kept from loosing it she didn't know. Sue, you are a brave and valuable asset to our planning committee, your expertise is invaluable and I am so sorry for this event, it is heartbreaking. All the more reason for even stronger resolve to resist the dehumanizations of our civilization.

Sue, couldn't talk further. She just cut the communication link without another sound.

Where does one turn for strength at a time like this, Mona thought? Levie, did you monitor the communication with Dr Grammar?

"Yes M, I did."

Have you been given all the prediction models, data and algorithms from the Moon Research Center?

"Yes M."

Do you agree with the analysis and probabilities assigned? Quiet . . . no response from Levie . . . Well Levie what is your response?

"No M." "The chance of survival is lower, even with the mitigation actions recommended."

"Recommend a first strike by the World Alliance, an all out attack on the AA assets solar system wide. No other action would yield a better chance of survival."
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Could you please repeat that!!?

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Levie! Could you please repeat that!!?

"I recommend: Evacuating the habitats as quietly as possible, move the Mothership Fleet out now. Harden all shelters and stock them with provisions. Negotiate a peace pack with the AA. Delay, delay, delay! Move a permanent group to Ceres and to ocean floor locations and hardened shelters everywhere. Stock seed banks and arks, freeze food animal zygotes in mass. Genetically alter the volunteer women and get them to shelters now. "

"Finally. Plan and execute a coordinated sneak attack on the AA wherever possible for optimal effect."

My God!

"I am not God, I am the Leviathan, your friend and guardian."
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Today we launch.

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Mona, meets with the crew and passengers in the common deck. There are 10,000 in attendance. Many others are in rooms throughout the length of Leviathan for a total of somewhere around 15,000. With another 200,000,000 from the a world Alliance throughout the earth, moon, Ceres and Mars. She clears her throat and begins. Mona is apprehensive but resolute. She realizes probably another 300,000,000 other people are also listening from the AA.

We launch today the fastest, largest, most capable space ship ever constructed by mankind. This ship is dedicated to scientific research and to the progress of the entire human species. We celebrate this accomplishment just as we celebrated the construction of the six low orbit habitats that circle our Earth. These are a visual reminder of our climb from the destruction of out first high civilization some 30,000 years ago. Today we are a civilization who has progressed for 8,000 years without war, it is my fervent hope that this continues unabated for 30,000 more years. I dedicate this magnificent ship to the search of everlasting peace. Thank you . . . We now launch! Release the catwalks, engage the starboard and stern thrusters, engage the harbor tugs. We are under way!

LeviathianLaunch

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The definition of irony.

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Mona, rushed from the podium as if on urgent official business. The truth was she wanted no chance for congratulations or questions either. The irony was she talked about the fervent search for peace while she planned for the most destructive war the Earth has ever seen before or since.
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Now we sit and wait for the next step.

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The Leviathan had moved almost 1,000 miles from Earth before Mona engaged the ion drive. It would now pulsate with a blue green glow not unlike the bioluminescent glow from the aquatic tanks in the upper cargo hold. The drives would fire constantly for three weeks accelerating from about 1.5 thousand mph to over 77 thousand mph. The Leviathan would then glide to within the vicinity of Mars before making another strategic maneuver.

Levie's crew and passenger quarters were overflowing twice the designed capacity. The normally empty lower holds reserved for returning the asteroid mined ore was full of equipment and supplies. This was to be a one way ride to for almost 15,000 people. A thousand more would be transferred ship to ship while in transit from Mars to Ceres making the ships complement some 16,000 people. That is, if this transfer was successful . . . a trick which had never been done at full speed between Mars and Ceres.

Meanwhile supply pods were evacuating personnel from the six orbiting habitats and facilities on the moon. The pods were stripped of equipment and carried five times the number of people than they normally did. The pods were then unloaded and the personnel sent directly under cover to underground and undersea shelters. The habitats were almost half empty when the Leviathan was launched.

Skeleton crews were left at the Moon facilities and on the Habitats with orders for emergency evacuation on a minutes notice. The automated area defense cybernetic sentry drones were activated to secure all facilities from this day forward.

Now we sit and wait for the next step.
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This the ultimate gamble, a desperate act unmatched in the annals of human history!

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All thirteen of the other MotherShips will eventually be in route to Ceres. In all a total of 146,000 souls to arrive on Ceres within 12 months. This was the remnant to repopulate the Earth if it could be repopulated.

This the ultimate gamble, a desperate act unmatched in the annals of human history!

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The Prime Minister of the World Alliance

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The Prime Minister of the World Alliance addressed the War Council three weeks after the launch of Leviathan.

"Captain Lisa gave a convincing speech . . . hope the AA was watching and took the message seriously. We are well under way accomplishing the first phase of war preparations. I don't have to tell everyone how important it is to keep a lid on any action that could telegraph our resolve to the AA. In their arrogance they must believe we are week and frightened."

"We must proceed with the second phase beginning now. Launch all MotherShips in sequence as per our plan. Cease all asteroid mining operations, return all ships home or direct them to Mars to strip the planet bare of all technology, supplies, and personnel. Moon operations will use our short range supply pods to accomplish the same missions. Any questions? Council adjourned."

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thick headed, stubborn, addlepated old farts

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Mona, received an encrypted voice and image file with the proceedings of the War Council. The first message received since the ion thrust had been shut down. Her first thoughts were about her parents. She knew without asking that they would be the last two humans on the Moon from the World Alliance. The two thick headed, stubborn, addlepated old farts that they were . . . she loved them all the more.

Levie, status report please?

"M . . . all readings normal. Proceeding at 77,564.02344 mph toward Mars to accomplish Mars vicinity approach."

Since there still were a few weeks before the need to alter Leviathan's alignment with Mars (for the sling shot maneuver to Ceres) Mona had some time to think and reminisce. She knew her beloved wilderness near SpaceJump City may soon become only a memory.

Levie . . . after updating the most recent data from the Alliance do you have any change in our success probabilities?

"Only a marginal change M"

What I thought, but just needed to ask anyway, Levie.

Mona thought . . . I wonder what Sue and Jim are thinking? Their world is soon to crash into a black hole and no one knows if they will come out the other end. Mankind is on the very edge of changes they cannot comprehend.

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Mars will be evacuated.

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MarsT200000

Mars had been stripped of most of its atmosphere 200,000 years before Leviathan was making its approach. However, the Alliance had been experimenting with terraforming the planet with plant species genetically capable of withstanding the extremes in temperature and UV radiation. They had met with some success.

SAEden

The fields above can be seen within Hale Crater . . . Comparing images before and after the war.

2007 HC Summary-

The Mars Alliance was just within reach of the AA and could be attacked if extreme efforts were used to accomplish such an action. The World Alliance was not willing to take this chance. Mars would be evacuated.

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With only a damn spear!

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Mona, relaxing in her quarters was remembering her hiking with Jim in the wilderness when she witnessed the vision of the destruction of the first Habitat. That seemed to be a premonition of what might soon happen either through direct attack by the AA or more likely by planned infanticide by the World Alliance.

Suddenly, Mona smelled the pungent odor and experienced that all familiar flash of light. The next thing she saw was very curious. . .

Ancient Predator

What the Hell was that? Another literal premonition or some symbolic message. God I hope it is symbolic. Don't think I want to tangle with apex predictors with only a damn spear! Geeezeeee!
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Brilliant!!!!

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Brilliant!!!!

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Thanks! Will do my best!

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World Wide Virtual Web

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Levie, can you catalogue the images found in my cerebral cortex?

"Yes, M?"

Can you select those associated with the odor and light flashes and run an analysis based on the events since the first occurrence?

"it is possible, M. However, It will take some computation time because of their esoteric nature. Will need to access all historical records available in he World Library of History and knowledge. I presently do not have connection to the World Wide Virtual Reality Web."

Well, proceed at whatever pace you can. I trust your counsel Levie.

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Cool images, writing's a little dry though.

Love the moon mona lisa, so beautiful!
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An unlimited supply of humans to use as they pleased . . .

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The Black Magicians within the Atlantis Alliance (AA) were perplexed by the World Alliance's lack of preparation for a possible military action.

Since they had gone public with their offensive weapons testing on the Moon, the World Alliance (WA) had made no real move to challenge their actions.

The prize the AA wanted most were the six orbiting Habitats. With those in their control they would forever hold the high ground allowing a perfect perch from which their rail guns could precisely rain down their dumb (infinitely destructive) pellets on any area of the Earth with only seconds of warning. Making these Ancient weapons impossible to defend against.

Their unction to control the Earth and all the people and resources were now only a few months from realization.

While they were somewhat concerned by the enormous long range ore mining Mother Ships they were really considered irrelevant, since they had no significant weapons except for short range drilling lasers. Once the AA controlled the AW they would be theirs anyway.

The Magicians were over joyed by the prospect of an unlimited supply of humans to use as they pleased to serve their Lower Sphere accomplices.

:Lower Spheres:

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Cool images, writing's a little dry though.

Love the moon mona lisa, so beautiful!
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Thanks! This is just a detailed story board with a few bits of dialogue. A real script would be more detailed and richer. Just writing concepts as I go . . .
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They took 1,000 years to construct. . .

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The WA war council had decided the Habitats would be fitted for destruction and detonated at the AA's first attempt to capture one or all of them.

Because of the Kessler Syndrome really only one needed to be explosively detonated and the rest would eventually be obliterated. This would also deny AA's easy use of any optimal Earth Orbit position to fire their rail guns. Because by forcing them higher they would be much less accurate and lower they would be vulnerable to WA's anti-aircraft batteries.

Never-the-less, the destruction of these magnificent structures that took 1,000 years to construct was an act of desperation of the first order. These were the symbols of human progress and enlightenment. It was too painful to even think about much less initiate.

Orbital Habitat

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The AA strikes first . . .

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The World Alliance (WA) did not get the chance to strike first as desired in their War Plan. The AA discovered (with their long range recon) that Mars was being evacuated.

The Black Magicians were furious. They could not believe that the weak and stupid WA could pull of such a well planned operation right under their noses. Especially, when they had their Inner Sphere Entities informing them of their dark knowledge and extra sensory perceptions.

The first strike was on Space Jump City and their launch facilities . . .

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