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Mioh Jova Gove Fure Dana
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Authors Note
This story is very similar to my others; involving worlds, portals, robots, and volcanic caverns. So far all I have is the character biographies, they contain bold clues to the plot.
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Character Biographies: are intertwined.
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Mioh: A brilliant woman of science, age 30. Lives in poverty, in a dark maze-like cavern lit by glowing coral reef and shards of computer screens. She's the world's leading robotics and programming scientist. She holds access to unlimited funds via her international research partners, but doesn't use any money on herself. Her legs don't work, yet she explores the world via virtual reality. Mioh has a twin, a robot in fact, that she remote controls. When she's busy she puts the robot in Auto-Chat-Bot mode and thus her friends know its not her. Her Virtual Reality gear is a large metal sphere sitting in a wading pool so it can roll and move. Visual screens coat the inside of this sphere, giving Mioh a view of what her robot sees. Her friends simply see a robot that looks just like her, and moves just as she does. Friends know its just a robot, but strangers think the robot is a real person. If Mioh's legs were functional, she still would not leave the cave much due to she needs her high-power computer screens to help the FBI solve crime. The FBI usually cant make sense of her complex information, but they try. On a rare free day, she leaves the cave, traveling to the surface five miles up. She wears bulky robotic leg armor over her real legs, and has considered cutting off her real legs to free up room for the robotic legs. The robotic legs are bulky because they contain some computer equipment that helps her stay wired to the Internet and the FBI/CIA/Interpol. They also allow her to run quite fast, yet short battery life unless she uses nuclear power, which the government frowns on. She uses math formulas to solve mysteries for the FBI, and to create complex charts and graphs of society, inventing new kinds of building materials and cultural standards. Google (TM) and Intel (TM) have used many of her inventions and failed to use even more. Her day is quite busy, and people often visit her to use her mechanical inventions. She's not lonely, yet wishes she could leave the cave and explore the world in person. Yes, when she finishes her robotic legs, some day. The issue being her legs need to have fast enough computers and mechanics inside them to connect her at a good enough pace to the Internet. Mioh has a friend named Fure, who's underground city connects to her cavern. Fure's town consists of volcanic tunnels on hydraulic arms, dis-connecting and re-connecting caverns in a rotating way in which only residents know the cycle and thus can navigate the city with ease. Foreigners get lost and exposed to volcanic fumes. These hydraulic arms are decaying and will collapse unless Mioh spends a ridiculous amount of time redesigning them. If the arms collapse, the civilization falls into a rather hot chasm. Some say this is a well deserved fate, but Mioh has a big heart. Mioh must balance her want of not spending money, and ensuring the survival of Fure's cavern culture. Mioh speaks quite fast, that humans ears find annoying, so she slows down to talk to people, and her voice is uneven in pace. Mioh is into health and extreme self improvement, such as speed reading and photo memory. She types fast, but knows that computer voice recognition is even faster, so she speaks and hears fast. Her vocabulary comprehension is very high, allowing her speed reading to leap ahead of others. Mioh's technologies are not necessarily the future of science, but merely form and function tailored to her personal needs. For her, science is simply an artistic wide-spread approach to being a detective. She doesn't need to know-it-all, she just needs to know what it does.
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Jova: An extremely wise man of the jungle, age 37. Jova is similar to Mioh in heart, except Jova knows nothing of mathematics and or robotics. He grew up in the wilderness and knows how modern society works yet prefers nature. The similarity lies in his ability to see many places at once, but not using computer screens. Jova travels to many universes through a series of finely carved wooden doors that follow and surround him at all times. He doesn't know what they are or why they follow him, but he is very wise and uses them to help various cultures solve problems. His doors are a viewing screen of sorts, but they randomly connect to universes and only some show up twice, as others sometimes show many times a week. He spends most his days in a tropical rain forest, overlooking valleys and rivers. He thinks of himself as an ancient tree, viewing over the lands within the portal doors. His mind ablaze with knowledge. Sometimes he sees into the future and past. His door portals often display Mioh's caverns, which he has explored from time to time. He knows of Fure's culture but cannot seem to find it. A few times Jova met Mioh and brought her to see other universes. She scares him, as her thoughts are rapid and full of complex ideas. He often avoids her, but has a strong crush on her. Mioh sometimes notices a portal door appear in her winding caverns and so she walks through to tease Jova about all the crime solving he's missing out on. He appears very old like a tree, until he steps through his portals where his relatively young age is revealed. He is but one overseer in a long line, and in his universe he appears to have the combined age of them all. He can usually block people from coming through his doors, but only if he's aware they did. He has accidentally dropped creatures from one universe into another and caused excitement in the cultures science. People he trusts can usually walk through his doors without him noticing. In his universe he is quite meditative and reflective, until he visits you, and you see he is just a man avoiding complexities of the modern world. Jova has endless stories of running along alien riverbeds and dancing in tropical worlds where time stands still. Jova internally feels that he is not worthy of his wisdom. Jova once said “The wisdom of my lips, is not me, it is the air of a thousand worlds coming up out of my lungs.”
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Vout: A playful nuisance, age 23. Vout has the mentality of a ten year old, and a very low IQ for his age of 23. He somewhat has trouble accessing his memory. Vout usually saves the day. He's quite athletic, kind hearted, and everyone loves him. His ideas are usually correct, although near-impossible, and heavily doubted by others due to their lack of motivation. Vout knows the abilities of others, their resources, and he pushes their limits (and patience) too far. He's often left behind but finds someone to tag along with at the last moment. Vout was found by Jova in a war-torn world of barbarians and pirates. Vout still lives in that world, but Jova has helped him to establish a safe place to live. Vout sometimes lives with Mioh and makes her laugh, but also interferes with her work. Vout's culture legend states that a man came out of a door-shaped portal and caused havoc and chaos.
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Gove: A political giant, age 70. Gove is the president of a beautiful country in one of Jova's portal doors. Gove's country is highly advanced in clockwork and industrial machines, but does not have computers. In most spots not even electricity. Gove often begs Jova to bring in Mioh to introduce computers. This would be a large culture shock. Mioh thinks computers will destroy their lovely clockwork society. Gove's clockwork has helped Mioh solve mathematical problems on countless occasions. Gove wants military control over far too much territory and often gets into political battles he finds morally stressing. Dana offers little to no help to Gove anymore. Jova often comes to the rescue via trade opportunities that Gove deems unpolitical and avoidant of the issues. Gove loves attention and power, overlooking the paperwork. Mioh once told Gove, “once you have electricity, you'll realize you never needed it”.
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Fure: Borg-like tech-trader, age 27. Fure is a citizen of a cavern society whose volcanic tunnels connect to Mioh's cavern. Fure's people are borg-like in that they steal technology and dump it into their one databank. They are very logical yet demanding. Neither good nor bad. Their technology and mentality is very alien to Mioh, and she doesn't get much use of it other than computer processing horsepower. Fure is more of an artist than a borg, and not bent on stealing. Fure identifies in Mioh because they both wish to help others and freely gives out any information and or ideas they have. Fure's people on the other hand are stingy with giving information to outside cultures, and wish to dominate other lands. Fure's culture has developed a crystal computer that runs at the speed of light. Mioh has a very hard time using this, as its code runs counterintuitive to her programming style. Fure wishes to assimilate Mioh into his culture to help her use the crystal computers, but Mioh prises her individuality over that of productivity. Fure's society is dangerous and must not control the surface world. As described in Mioh's profile, she must redesign the hydraulic arms that Fure's city sits upon, before they plummet to their deserved volcanic fate.
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Dana: A down to earth Christian non-denominational Preacher, age 32. Dana is pretty much everyone's mentor in faith related issues. Her number one challenge is not getting involved in others problems. She finds it hard to contemplate all the trouble the characters of this story get into. She has a small church in a small town, and minds her own business. She's quite content as long as the other characters aren't trying to abduct her into other universes and wars. She mothers Vout and encourages him to spread peace in his war-torn world. Dana prefers humility and meditation as opposed to the never ending quest for intelligence. Dana is deeply intrigued by Jova, but is discouraged by the chaos around him. Dana feels Mioh has far too much control over the lives of others. Mioh has forced access to unlimited worldly riches upon Dana.
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Mioh's GlobeHiker Team : The team of hikers and part-time secret agents; that tour the world with Mioh's robot. They are Mioh's eyes and ears to the outside world. They protect Mioh's robot as their own, knowing a lapse in its instructions and assistance could leave them vulnerable. The robot is connected to nearly every satellite and also cell phone tower in the world. A fast connection, but not a lot of processor speed. If caught the robot must self destruct, leaving no evidence it was there.
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Mioh's Computer: A pile of man-made diamonds with images flashing back and fourth at light speed. Mioh once said, “The point is not to understand the computer, but know how it reacts, as its simply a tool for greater things.” Mioh's computers show information differently than popular operating systems like Windows and OSX. Mioh's machines use layers of microscopic text fitted together to create one large scrolling photo of the Internet, similar to a flow chart, but zoomed out so much that it appears to be tv noise sitting on shattered shards of glass, each shard being its own set of databases and chat-bot formulas. The OS itself is a set of mathematical algorithms comparing databases found on all the earths computers. A super search, much more intelligent and fast than Google. Mioh zooms in and out of this somewhat-live photo of the Internet, shifting graphical layers around to reveal connections between information. The computers she uses run at a very high number, yet still can only render limited amounts of information at one time, and thus use shortcuts such as photos of texts that are only interactive and searchable if they are called upon. Mioh also makes use of the processing power of other computers around the planet who are willing to share. This still makes Internet-wide searching rather slow, as the available layers of information have to be gradually loaded/unloaded and compared to other information. The Internet is infinite in scale and contains live scans of space, the oceans, the Earth and its residents. If you keep zooming into the sets of information, more reveals itself by ideas created via context clues and thus more connections are found and ideas found (note the pattern) and recorded on an ever-growing master map which is what you see when you fully zoom out. This master map contains millions of terabytes of information, and is stored within the diamonds, continually being edited and shifted around. A lapse in light would erase every bit of data, so Mioh is working on a way to permanently scratch/etch/carve backups of the data into cubes of glass. The glass must be quite dense to fit all the microscopic information, thus making Mioh wonder how small information can get. She knows its endless, but her time is not. She's also working on ways to “Compress” the information, meaning formulas that take a large amount of data and rearrange it into a small amount of data. Compression especially in a form that leaves itself open to being edited. All this information management makes Mioh quite busy, so her friends cultures contribute in various ways. If Mioh were to die, the data would still collect, but it would require over seers to navigate upgrades and monitor progress. Some spies and secret agents plan just that, to remove Mioh and alter the data. In some regards, Mioh's personality is the only one fit to handle the data.
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