Rules of Micro SF:
- Tell a story in one sentence. It can be any length but must work grammatically and be reasonably well parsed by a reader.
- Include at least two or more hyperlinks to current developments in science, technology or the humanities.
- You may expand the stories meaning through the title, which is not part of the one sentence story.
- Tweet me @damiengwalter and I’ll share your stories with others.
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