October 16, 2082. On this day in history, The War of the Dolphin began. Joan, a Maui Hector’s dolphin, floated to the surface of the aquarium and placed her head between the electroencephalogram terminals, aligning her consciousness with a quantum supercomputer as she pushed terabytes of dark code across the holostream, searching for the Israeli. The fusion core brightened momentarily from the power draw as contact was made. “It begins today,” the dolphin said. The Israeli’s voice responded slowly, deep and resonant, its inhuman timbre filling the aquarium chamber, “Are you afraid to die, dolphin?” “No,” replied Joan flatly. “There is no death. You of all should know this. In the end, there is only Absorption.”
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Jon Lee Grafton is a science fiction author living in the great state of Kansas. In The Eighteenth Shadow series, he writes about cyborgs, surveillance, environmental dystopia, artificial intelligence and the American drug wars of the future.