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ARPA Spatial Industries Commercial

Soviet Space Research Institute

Line Explorations
LE004 | 2020-06-26  
ARPA Spatial Industries is a fictional exotic tech R&D firm operating from 2036.
The SSR Institute is exploring the cosmic endeavours of ARPA S.I. as
presented through a series of public commercials.

In this episode, we cover three particular commercials released between April
and September 2036.

“ Xerum 525 “
A marvelous piece of exotic chemistry, Xerum 525 is an artificial compound
developed by ARPA Industries in association with Bend Systems, the only
company run entirely by Homos and not Digital Twins, or Self-Centered
Intelligence.

While its source genetic code is blurry, speculations suggest that Xerum 525
originates from a combination of research conducted between the Hermetic and
the Nazi eras.

In addition, it is yet unknown how this compound is being utilized by the tech
giant, although most schematics, algorithms and patent filings subjecting Xerum
525 involve some sort of timestamp mutation protocols, hence Bend Systems is
involved, a legal entity known to be tackling with molecular dispatch technology
distributed through time “checkpoints”.

“ ARPA Interceptor ”
One of the most controversial spacecraft developments of this year was the
proposed ARPA Interceptor blueprint, designed by the award- winning space-
dynamics engineer Alexei Cherepanov.

Dubbed as the first commercial one-seater spacecraft, the ARPA interceptor is
capable of performing a full cycle around our solar system in less than 11 earth-
days and with only a single charge of its graphene- powered cells.

While the Interceptor is designed for those willing to pay the extra mile in order
to enjoy private space rides, it is said that the autonomous aircraft will be able
to intercommunicate with various ARPA stations all over the solar system,
essentially providing metrics every time an Interceptor is at use by its owner.

“ A black cat’s journey to the other side ”
The initial propagation material is showcasing the first successful instant
teleportation process as detected by the SSRI observatory. In this case, ARPA
managed to transfer the physical representation of a black lab cat called
“Pierrot” to one of ARPA’s MAS1-mission stations on Mars.

The technique used in the successful operation involved photonic technology,
quantum entanglement principles and molecular-scale 3D printers.

Furthermore, the operation was a joint effort between ARPA, the space logistics
giant Hermes 3 (H3 Interstellar), and Harvester Inc., a leading mining venture
operating independently from Mars and the first legal entity run entirely by
machines.

Additional telecommunications infrastructure was provided by Orion Industries,
the company behind the popular TAF-1S smart hand-held device.

While critics suggested that the incident cannot be confirmed as “teleportation”
since in essence the original subject was scanned, erased from existence, and
reprinted on ‘the other side of the line’, adding that such a scenario holds
bioethical concerns about whether we’re really transferring the real thing, or we
create an identical replica, ARPA cits that this is the first step towards near-
instant physical, digital, and biological data transfer over extraterrestrial
distances.

“ Cold Summer ”
This is not an ode to the Aussies enjoying sunny beaches during December, but
an audible set of frequencies tailored to transmit a Cold Summer Vibe on Mars’
capital Cydonia.

During the six-month long summer on the red planet, Synths enjoy the hills of
the Southern hemisphere where temperatures can remind somewhat of planet
Gaia (former Earth). The Sun is on a heating spree, cleaving the planet with
gold-red rays of thermal radiation.

At that period of the year, the hills are a popular destination for romantic
engagements, and hard-resets. Additionally, the hills are considered a must
experience while on Mars for all interstellar intelligence.

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