The next wave of data came through thoroughly laced with Yasmin’s out-and-out revulsion.
“It’s at least six hundred years old,” she said.
“Age in Years Standard of the Original World, six hundred fifty-three Years, seven Months, twenty-one Days, fourteen Hours, and six point three eight nine Minutes since initial cell division,” sang the bioscan AI. “Amorphous mosaic, human origin. No exobiological components detected. Microflora standard per T-7 last census. No known plagues detected.”
It could be no other than the Immortal of T-7.
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That’s enticing! What a place to leave us, definitely wanting to read more = well done snippet!
Ooh, who’s the immortal of T7? Interesting!
You’ve really whetted my curiosity.
Wow, that’s quite a discovery.