The precise, exact moment when…

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The precise, exact moment when…


So actually, I gave it a little kick first. Just a gentle shove with the inside of my foot. It was lighter than it looked and rolled easily, making a sort of hollow ceramic scraping against the nasty concrete floor of the tunnel.

The light from it pulsed brighter as it rolled, then dimmed back down a bit. It gave me the weird sense that the ball was upset or surprised at being moved.

I hovered my open palm over it. I wasn't sure if I was expecting it be hot, or maybe electrical, or even radioactive. Can you feel radiation? I don't think so.

Either way, the air around it didn't feel like anything, except maybe a little bit heavy, like the pressure in the air before a thunderstorm.



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