The Postmortal Symbols & Objects

Drew Magary
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The Cure

Developed by Graham Otto, the cure was developed at first to halt the progression of Alzheimer's Disease. Unfortunately, the cure is a cautionary tale about what could and would happen without official channels and oversight. Without this guidance and scrutiny this new technology was released into the public (even though it was black market) without proper consideration to what the ramifications would be. The cure, as a title, is ironic at best, since a 'cure' for anything is a solution. The cure, ends up being anything but a solution for aging, and in the end, brings mankind to the brink of extinction. The very cure that was produced to prolong life and make it better, actually ended up doing the reverse.

The Elevator

John spends an inordinate amount of time fixating on the elevator in the building where he gets the cure. For some reason...

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