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The Blue Moon

“I do wonder whether the ancients would feel a strong sense of déjà vu all over again, at least those who sat helplessly during a particularly prone period of climate change. Their inaction had led to the current state of affairs where one could no longer leave the air conditioned protected sanctuary of the smart buildings the residual human society lives in without protective clothing against the extreme temperatures that rage outside.”

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A wormhole and a missing link in her life!

  Maya sat alone, sadly, in the same table where she usually sat with Kushal on their anniversary. Chimpu, the owner, served her himself with a grieved glance at her drooping profile. She still remembered Kushal’s enthusiastic monologue on their first anniversary – “Babe, I can’t believe I am saying this but multiverse travel through wormholes is possible! I just

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