the colossus tear in a nutshell
As we approach the 10 cycle anniversary of our System’s most recent calamity, it felt poignant to revisit my thoughts on the event with the insight afforded by a decade of observation and experimentation. As is so often the case in research, each step toward understanding only serves to further highlight how little we know, though I do feel I can speak with certainty on several conclusions.
In the time since the Tear, I—along with my esteemed colleagues Professors Locke and Kherza—have conducted extensive investigations into the cause and nature of the cataclysm. Through generous contributions from the Expedition Front, Bharvale University, and (notably, to a lesser extent) the Central Meridian Interplanetary Committee (CMIC), we have made great strides in our understanding of the event — though were it not for certain obstructions, those strides might have taken us a damn sight further down the path by now…
In any case, it is my academic duty to share that which might help our System as a collective to understand the events that shaped it, and continue to shape it. To that end, I give you: The Colossus Tear in a Nutshell.
Before the Tear
Examining the Cataclysm: Thoughts, Theories, Speculation
Charting the Invisible Landscape
Astrophysiology in a Nutshell
A Note on Travelling Intradimensionally
Image courtesy of the Expedition Front
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