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Yesterday and tomorrow are two days that surround today on any horizontally aligned calendar. While these surrounding days are of little significance, today, well today is a historic day. It is a day in history we will never forget, the day the Looble website emerged from the shadows to take its rightful place on the internet.
The only text on the website says “Looble… Looble”. It’s quite intriguing. Perhaps disturbing. Definitely curious.
The future is a curious creature. We cannot change the past, yet the past sets the mold for the future. Therefore, logically we can change the future by our actions today, but in so doing, are we not changing the past when we look back on it tomorrow? Can Looble affect the curvature of space and time? To an outside observer, today marks the appearance of a new variable, a new force that will shape the future and the past.
Be a part of it. Whatever it is.
I was about to crash a surely fatal crash when my spaceship decided to explode instead. I’m still not sure which fate would have been best, but one thing was certain, both options were fatal and I was most certainly dead…
No doubt about it now, I was definitely dead. My mission was to collect samples of a new microbial lifeform discovered in the galaxy. This creature was not a microbe. This little fellow was an advanced intelligence, something we had yet to find, something which could only exist within the subconscious of a dying man…
You don’t travel thousands of light years across the galaxy to find a cute little tuxedo creature who also happens to speak the same language as you. There are things that are possible and things that are not. The chances of this being a probable reality were infinitesimally small. The likelihood of being dead on the other hand, those were good odds.
As the little creature waddled away something brushed passed me. I couldn’t tell if it was the light or perhaps the result of a head injury, but all I saw was a translucent bubble floating after the penguin. Come to think of it, how did I even know the creature was a penguin? A penguin named Deceth…