Time - A Cautionary Tale
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Scientists don't believe in things if they aren't placed directly in front of their faces. Perhaps that's for the best. Perhaps it's best they don't believe in Machu Picchu's original inhabitants. Or why it was built. Perhaps it's best they don't believe in the ancient races, the war they fought, the magic they possessed. Scientists have a way of making everything logical. But logic isn't the ruler of this universe. Time is. And whoever holds the Time Key rules it all.