«The Value of Concept»
By Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa
One of them was located in Toronto, Canada, remember according to what has already been written in the third book, -this is the fifth in the series- That detail is that America had become a whole continent from north to south, the separation was established by the tropics that of Cancer and Capricorn.
In the days when the borders were not yet unified, these sites were located in four specific sites:
This information was known to Morati Agu, it was announced that one of the reports that he would make should be sent to nucleus 1 and during breakfast, Yinrú-Ha assisted him and pointed out in a concrete way what was expected to be achieved in the first level of preparation of the so-called Sonic Wall.
That same morning his sister sent him a video where the shelf of his apartment was seen empty, at that time the houses were no longer large plots, the only ones that conserved large tracts of land were farmers and industrialists, for the common people while smaller was the spaces, costs were equally so, so no one was interested in spending on a floor when their best investment was in the costs of technology and services that were captured by the photoelectric cells that linked the houses.
In this way, a worker did not receive money, he received voltaic energy for the use of his services and paid with it for perishable goods; In this way, Morati’s sister carried her brother’s belongings on the community transport and took them to the house where her two children and husband lived.
After breakfast they went to the conference room where there was that unsigned sign that had captivated Morati and he asked Daiki:
-Who had that ingenious idea?
Daiki looked at him seriously and pointed out:
-An Asgardian pioneer, only the paper manuscript has her signature and is kept in the museum of the nerve centre to which you have to send the reports, the one located in Toronto; It is possible that Dean Willtheyard, can explain more details about it, it is kept as a curiosity but she indicated that her name remains a secret, she wanted the young people to make the phrase their own.
None of them knew that in the future there would be a man who at the beginning of his classes would exclaim: «Let’s do magic, gentlemen», but for Willtheyard how the dean started her classes were well known, her phrase was and was still valid, he used it and it was this:
«Let’s make history, Asgardians»