When you house sixteen of the brightest minds in the scientific world, a 256-bit encryption doesn’t mean a whole lot. It does however offer two things; 1) A consistent $150,000 a week to reinstall unhacked readers and consoles. 2) It shows the employed just how much smarter they are than their employers. It’s not a bad thing, I mean, after all, they still have the money so they are, in the most direct sense, still in charge. However, when a brilliant mind is given endless resources and no boundaries, things tend to get…dangerous. A man taught to think like a god eventually comes to believe in himself implicitly and the empathic shackles of humanity become a weightless burden quickly overwhelmed by a childish enthusiasm for truth.

About Tietsu

Someday the words that fill my brain will fill cheap paperback books. Until then, I will collect them here.
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