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The Daily Prompt #11: Time Capsule

From:  The Daily Prompt
The Prompt:   What would you put in this year’s time capsule to channel the essence of our current moment for future generations?
A Response that was a First ClickThe Cat Chronicles
A Response that was a Last Click:  Jenny Ahlers
A Response  of Poetic Expression:  Hasty Words
A Response where  a Future Looks Back :  A Western Buddhist’s Travels

My Response:

A sea slug that steals the means to photosynthesize light
A planet outside of our system with rings 200 times bigger than Saturn
A human-made leaf of proteins and chloroplasts; CO2 in and Oxygen out
A gene editing enzyme copied from bacteria– chop chop chop
A comet landing — that many might not have even known happened
Graffiti from Sulawesi Island in Indonesia
A neuromorphic chip that mimics the human brain
and a Twinkie.










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