Tuesday, August 17, 2010

A History of the World, 2027-2081

January 22, 2027: Dr. Hagiru Sato and his team of scientists from Japan, America, Canada, and Britain begin work on a matter-energy transference machine.

February 11, 2033: First machine is tested successfully after over a hundred failed tests. Controversy over the destructive nature of the technology ignites.

July 18, 2033: A catastrophic incident with an energy-matter machine destroys the city of Hiroshima, in devastation not seen since the atomic bombs were dropped nearly 90 years prior. Japanese government officials move to ban work on the technology, though Western powers urge them to allow it, despite the mishap.

April 22, 2035: First sighting of infected individuals. Most are animals; some humans are also shown to be susceptible to infection. Most seen around the ruins of Hiroshima, which had not been rebuilt.

May 13, 2035: Northern Japan is split off from its Southern half, as a nation-wide quarantine is enacted. Anarchy soon spreads through the infection regions. 15% of humans exposed to the disease are immune, no side effect. 84.9% are affected fatally by the disease, which causes cancerous-growths. .1% of those exposed are shown to successfully mutate. The “virus” is found to be a spreadable corruption of genetic material, which causes rapid mutation in infected individuals. All large animal life above ground is soon infected.

January 1, 2040: 98% of all animals in Japan are wiped out, ecosystems ruled entirely by infected individuals.

May 8, 2048: Japanese Defense Force engages infected individuals to preserve quarantine. Coordinated attacks by infected humans and animals are seen. High levels of intelligence confirmed.

May 10, 2048: They fail, and the nation of Japan ceases to exist.

October 13, 2048: The United States Carrier George W. Bush is attacked and sunk by an unknown force. Later revealed to be a coordinated assault by the infected. Use of atomic weapons to destroy all life on Japan considered, but denied.

February 12, 2052: Remaining inhabitants of Japan have appeared, by outward observers, to begin adopting the infected into their religions. Part of this religion is a total weapons bad, and the banning of violence against infected individuals. This is surprisingly effective at ceasing conflict with infected individuals.

April 2, 2055: Infected seen to have spread to North America. Military preparedness results in a far more contained infection. Hundreds of thousands in the United States, Canada, and Mexico die.

March 11, 2061: The United States Army begins experimenting with the combat prowess of infected animals, which are shown to have a friendly connection to humans who treat them well, much like dogs. Initial tests exceed expectations. Later that same year, China, Russia, Vietnam, and N. Korea react by signing the Kommu Pact, ensuring protection against the now utterly overpowered West.

July 2, 2063: The Kommu alliance declares war on the United States. Infected used to great effect.

November 9, 2066: War end. Communist states dissolved, China and Russia (and all of Asia) are now under the jurisdiction of the NATO.

December 25, 2072: The regions, now divided, that were once Japan begin to open up to the outside world. Mostly through scientific trade off.

February 1, 2081: Japanese scientists sneak into heavily infected Brazil. They recover the DNA of one of the individuals believed to be one of the first infected.

Beliefs are that the infected are actually the next phase in evolution, and to find one of the originals would better help the understanding. There are many tried and failed cloning attempts, before a final experiment is successful. The result of this experiment, capable of self-induced Energy-Matter transference, is responsible for the deaths of dozens before escaping.

May 22, 2081: Ash Ketchum turns 10 years old.

24 comments:

  1. I love this pasta so much.

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  2. I wanna be. The very best. Like no one ever was. Dun, dun, dun.

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    1. It's actually "I wanna be, the very best (dundundun), like no one ever was (dun dun, dundun)" :P

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  3. To catch them is my real test, to train them is my cause! (keep it going)

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  4. i will travel across the land searchin far and wide

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  5. teach pokemon to understand the power that's inside.

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  6. Somethings buggin me here. Is the matter transference machine an actual machine, or is it the pokeballs? or is it a machine that created the pokemon themselves?

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  7. You realize, when you spoil a pasta in the comments, it makes it impossible to share on most social networking sites without it being spoiled for the people it's being linked to.

    Also, every time you spoil a pasta, your penis gets a little shorter.

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    1. Good, 'cause I'm a female.

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  8. Portable atrocities must be encapsulated en masse!

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  9. I feel bad that I don't understand this.... -_-'
    Please explain?

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  10. Beliefs are that the infected are actually the next phase in evolution, and to find one of the originals would better help the understanding. There are many tried and failed cloning attempts, before a final experiment is successful. The result of this experiment, capable of self-induced Energy-Matter transference, is responsible for the deaths of dozens before escaping.


    MEWTWO HAS BEEN BORN.

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  11. Yeah okay, posting on old thread, but brix were shat (at least for me, anyway).

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  12. That...was just wow. haha. Epic.

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  13. @A Guy The machine they were talking about was pretty much like a pokeball. Except they were planning on using it for other things other than catching pokemon since at that time pokemon did not exist. When the matter-energy transference machine "incident" occurred it started infecting animals and sometimes humans. This infection caused them to mutate into pokemon.

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  14. ...Goddamn that was a nice ending. O.O

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  15. does this mean that the anime is a prediction of whats to come?

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  16. ^Probably.

    I can hope to not live to see this.

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  17. It would be awesome to catch a Ash! Then I could keep it in there for ever then we never will have the lavender town tone and the world will never of been mindfucked by this story PARADOX!!!!!

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  18. What's funny is that it took me until I read the comments that this was based on Pokemon. I just thought the last log was a smartass remark to how Ash never ages past 10.

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  19. ... Pokemon! Gotta catch 'em all!

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  20. mew was found in Guyana, not brazil. do your homework.

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