The Time Diaries of Marco Francisco de las Sapiens - July 8, 2123
Late one ordinary afternoon, the humans were preoccupied with their usual avarice and slaughter. Without warning, a thunderous roar emerged from the west. The sky enflamed with the red-hot breath of the enraged empress.
As they turned to face the light, their feeble weapons fell to the ground. They knelt, trembling in dread and awe, embracing one another, friend and foe, as the moon stood witness.
The great Gaian empress had spoken. It was childhood's end for the infantile bickering of the larval Homo sapiens.
From their burned-out chrysalis emerged the magnificent butterfly we now know as Homo connectus.
From: The Time Diaries of Marco Francisco de las Sapiens
Diary entry: July 8, 2123
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