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A LONG HEAR
Brine remembered that year all to well. It was a harsh winter in 1952. The cyanobacteria had spread itself aggressively across a field of salt he had harvested. It took various attempts to stamp out this annoying substance. All the while, his precious salt had been slowly engulfed by in blue/green algae.
He had overheard then from another harvester that a new chemical had been found which could counteract its harmful affects. It’s name: erythromycin.
This cyanobacterium are the same little sun eaters that Chûndra biochemically changed and used to render one of her massive birds invisible. As Brine shares this information with the 4bearance, Chûndra’s mole listens intently to their plans. She couldn’t help but cunningly smile to herself. They stood no chance against Chûndra’s nano-tech.
A LONG HEAR / Gouache, Acrylic, Graphite, Chalk / 5.5″ x 8.5″