Company Corp wasn't in the business of evil, but it didn't shy away from saving a buck at the expense of the well being of their workers.
The employees suffered greatly due to the effects of the ever running Cancer Machine.
No one knew how the Machine worked or how it came to exist; all that was known, was that the Machine killed them painfully.
"The chronoton forge will be humanity's final attempt to avert extinction by pulling victims of disaster from Earth's past."
Zara paused, turning to face Regine, the chill of the station's medical center cutting through her cloak.
"Should this endeavour fail, should we fail to retrieve untainted genetic material, we will have burnt our Sun into nothingness and doomed what remains of the human race to a dark demise."
For the crew, it was hard to fathom that the entire nine-day underway period searching for shipwrecks in the Baltic Sea has bore no fruit. With an estimated 20,000 shipwrecks, the odds of that happening were astronomical, almost impossible! Yet, here they sat on a miserable January afternoon with nothing at hand. Not only were their frustrations mounting and their bodies aching, there legs were weary from the swollen seas spawned by the blustery Northeast winds. Little did the crew know that their lives were about to change forever?
With one sweep of their fish, the entire navigation suite of Sea Crawler One became a mixture of emotion. At l