THE TWIN LIONS CORNERSTONE EXCAVATION SITE
T H E C A S A B A M E L O N I N S T I T U T E E X P E D I T I O N
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THE LAST SILO
During the tenure of their custody of the last architectural bastion of stockpiled knowledge in the universe --> The Twin Lions Building Collections <-- the Blue Planet Wizards encrypted and compressed a series of electronic documents documenting their civilization. These were sealed into a "time capsule" and placed in the northeast quadrant cornerstone of The Twin Lions Building as The Electronic Chronicles.
Excavations of the site to date reveal documentation of the Blue Planet civilization from the first glimmer of its prehistory until that moment when the documents were incarcerated in their concrete cocoon for their long sleep towards discovery in our time.
This Casaba Melon Institute electronic publication consists of reproductions of these ancient electronic documents as found in situ along with scholarly commentary, discourse and interpretation generated by The Casaba Melon Institute team of scientists, engineers, artists, anthropologists, archaeologists and caterers whose expertise contributes to this real-time unraveling of the mystery of an otherwise obscure and enigmatic civilization.
This publication is continually updated with the advent of new developments. The Casaba Melon Institute welcomes interpretations and additions from the public at large.
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