Sunday, May 29, 2011


A cyclone formed in the dish beneath the microscope. Jenya changed magnification twice as the tiny system took shape and swirled and moved across the nutrient-rich mixture on the bottom of the dish. It tore squiggly grooves into the surface, destroying tiny colonies in its wake. It was terribly interesting; in fact, it was the second such system she had observed forming since this experiment had begun several weeks ago. There had been a 75 few meteorological events worth noting, including high winds and snow, but she found the twisters to be the most interesting. Even though they killed tons of colonists.

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