Dyatlov's HorrorsThe Dyatlov's Pass Incident was mysterious. Even after so many years, the death of the tour group remains unexplained, with many theories suggested being inadequate. Some said that the Pass was a place where the borders of reality were weakened; the Pass was a gateway to other worlds. Naturally, their theories were deemed stupid and a result of either hallucinations or psychological problems. However, there were incidents in which people said that they found themselves in parallel universes, and thus a group of scientists decided to investigate.
However, they did not expect what would happen. During the night, when they decided to set shop near the Pass, one of the scientists saw the silhouette of a creature walking near. It was decidedly not human: a large, tall humanoid with glowing white eyes, a head resembling that of a horse or a deer, and massive claws. Despite the warnings of their Mansi guides and their co-workers, two scientists, Pavel Puchkov and Ivan Malinin, decided to foll
Fauna of the Antarctic Forests (WIP)Antarctornithidae - A group of large carnivorous flightless terror bird-like eagle descendants that are apex predators of the Antarctic forests. Their hunting skills are similar to that of how today’s cassowaries defend themselves by kicking; they jump off the ground by using their impressively strong leg muscles before sinking their sharp talons into their prey’s skin.
Gigantoavidae - A group of large, herbivorous Galliformes that are one of the dominant herbivores of the Antarctic forests, and were the tallest avians to ever exist. Their gargantuan size gives them their name, and they are opportunistic omnivores; creatures feeding on most things that can fit in their beak. They have 2 coats of feathers. One is a shaggy coat, and another one is a bristly coat. The shaggy coat is shedded in the summer, and
Technology Profile: Cybernetic AugmentationCybernetic augmentation is the deliberate alteration of an organic entity's structure via the introduction of synthetic non-organic structures, as opposed to the introduction of synthetic organic structures in biomechanical augmentation. Cybernetic augmentation could range from the simple replacement of a toe in a Human with a prosthetic to the replacement of an entire damaged hemisphere of a brain with a computer.
Because of the danger to individuals caused by the lack of absolute cryptosecurity in modern computers - thus, the possibility that any implants can be infected with a computer viruses that can disrupt trans-cyber-neurological signals, causing potentially extensive damage to the body's neuro-biological systems - computer-inlaced cyber augmentation is highly stigmatized, and although originally seen as the catch-all solution for the future of Human civilization, cybernetic augmentation steadily declined in popularity over the centuries within the United Systems' Federation, w