Feb 11th, 2005 | Filed under News

I’m always curious about new technology, so I played around with Google Maps a bit – it’s definitely pretty cool. As I was watching more Kurau: Phantom Memory, I noticed that one of the locations where they had a Rynax energy plant was somewhere in San Diego. Since they had a relatively detailed map of the area, I thought I’d use Google Maps to estimate the location of the future plant. I put both of them together, with a little help from Gregg, for comparison into one picture.

If you zoom in on that location (I left it as an exercise for the curious), it seems like there’s a normal-looking community in the area – a park, golf club, lake, and whatnot. The story in Kurau hints at certain events occuring in the future, but I can’t reveal any of that information or it may have dire consequences on the future. I try to avoid temporal paradoxes whenever I can – one of the first things you learn when you study physics…

Changing the future may or may not be a bad thing, but changing the past is sometimes a good thing. Why, just take a look at the following page about the changes they had to make for Lost Universe. I know it’s old, but it’s still interesting…

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