Invention of the Shards date back to the mid-21st century when the age of computing required high density, low latency data storage. Information is stored within an engineered crystalline nano-matrix using a hyper low wavelength, high pulse optical writing process. This technology is near indestructible and storage life can span upwards of a million years. Unfortunately this technology had not reached maturity before the Cold Boot, which would have prevented the loss of most of the world’s information and data.
During the Second Renaissance, Shard technology became fully realized and evolved into Persona Shards. Every Citizen of the When the entirety of Earth was plunged into literal darkness and chaos in the years following the Cold Boot, humanity reverted to its most base form ... survival of the fittest and strongest. The near... More is given a Persona Shard. These shards are linked for life to the Citizen (unless Uncitizened), and store every personal piece of information relating to that person, including: entire genetic sequence, all verbal and A bio.node is a technology that is integrated within a person’s brain that acts as a personal communication node to all open parts of the Continuum. The technology is not embedded via surgery or oth... More communications, finances, location history, and any other information the Triocracy might deem relevant.
Attempting to destroy or modify a Persona Shard is grounds for being Uncitizened. All attempts to reverse engineer or hack shards have been fruitless. The are an enigma to everyone but but the elite within the Following the Transcendence Wars (2300-2310 CE), Terra became an inhospitable world compared to its pre-war state. Regardless, huamnity was forced to eek out an existence there with most survivors of ... More Placeholder Faction: Transcendentalists Exists in: Realspace Header Image The Techspire and Tangle, Composite A.I. Generated More.
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