|Project Promenade Presentation|
|Date||October 9th, 2016|
|Act||Act 1: The Number One Killer is Time|
|Part||Act 1, Part 1: Riverport University Experiment|
|Location||Inside the Meyer Physics Research Center past the elevator|
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PAUL SERENE: Progress! Our primary drive as a species. Over time we have cured life threatening illnesses, explored the world.
JACK JOYCE: Oh, good. Going into a marketing spiel mode.
SERENE: Don't ruin my flow.
SERENE: But there is one element which denies us true progress. Time itself. Now, I'm not a scientist, but here's how it's been explained to me: we've known that in theory a black hole creates a deformation in spacetime, potentially allowing travel through both space and time. Years ago, William Joyce -- your brother -- posited the existence of chronon particles, now known as Meyer-Joyce particles, which fill an all-encompassing field, enabling the constant and steady progression of time. Here at Project Promenade we've combined both of these theories to discover a way to manipulate that field. And the results are staggering.
SERENE: There's more, but that's enough of a primer for now.