Primitive Instincts

Primitive Instincts

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Basically something I have started and a little mixed tell me what you think about it
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Basically something I have started and a little mixed tell me what you think about it

Chapter1 (v.1) - Prolouge

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Basically my idea of an intro.

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Submitted: March 31, 2017

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Prologue-

“Are you sure you want to do this,” asked Dr. Collins, to a young, fit man. “Yes, I must do this.” Dr. Collins was an older man with small round spectacles, and had worked on solving the disastrous problems that had happened before his own time. For a very long period of time he had studied plagues, disease, parasites, and viruses, though now he was requested to do a job Though after more than 30 years of work, this disaster, this tragedy, has been the worse out of all things he had ever experienced, now he must do something that will save billions of beings.

“What’s going to happen to me,” the young man questioned in a nervous voice. “The question is what you must have to do,” the Doctor replied. “We at the lab are going to have to test all reactions you have words the tests. We will have to monitor your health, hydration, and hunger levels.”

After years of research no last living homosapians have figured out what is causing them to die out. People have tried many tests, exams, and studied history for these answers, though nothing was found. Absolutely nothing.

On December 17, 2764, Dr. Stevens J. Collins had an idea. This had been a different idea, one that never had been tested before. He had the idea to test all actions, and reactions the human body had to multiple threats, climates, and regions.

 The world was desperate for answers, at this point it was one of the last ideas for hope. After three months of research and theories, the word was given out for hope.

After months of building, Dr. Collins was ready for his first test, on September 15, 2766, the first test was launched. 19 months later a new test subject came in, test subject 29h 47. This one subject was the 47th of 50 beings in the test 29h group.

“Test 47 mind wipe?” Dr. Collins spoke into his microphone.

“Check”

“47 name, destination?”

“Code name Michael, south eastern regions”

“Homo family original reflex?”

“Um… ok… (Typing), check”

 “Implant in place?”

“Adjustments applied yesterday 21 o’clock”

“Lunch set?”

“14 o’clock check”

“Test subject 29h 47 is ready for drop, Dr. Collins,” a young voice of a woman sounded with a light brittle voice. “

“Launch subject.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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