THE ARTIFACT WAS HOT
dreamed 1983/1/16 by Chris Wayan
"The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in the stars, but in ourselves."
I was a lizard archeologist living on the western shore of a warm continent. My mate and I wandered up and down the coast, digging up clues to a million-year old civilization.
Inside the dream, I didn't recognize that the most recent artifact we'd found was part of a broken phone. The civilization we were excavating, so old the relics had fossilized, was human; the world we lived on was Earth, a million years from now. And the cause of extinction...
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