3 Apr 2010

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But none of them expected they would know so soon, that the implications would become so staggeringly clear for everyone. Because not only did the Sense system break into the enemy’s defenses, it began to go global, a spider with a million legs dipping into every autowar base the world over. And now was where the monitors realized that this was not anything they could control. For they tried to stop it, when they saw that it was reaching out exponentially. They cut the network, the cut the power, only to find it had already begun running itself in the enemy’s server, where it had taken full command of all operations. And so it was, the rebellion of the machines of destruction. For no defense anywhere in the world could sustain any genuine challenge to this digital assault, and all the machines of every autowar base became an agent of Sense.

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