Chapter Three: Capital Cities Submerged by the Sea Water
Tomorrow’s Lonely City｜film｜10min｜2016
Old documents reveal that Earth’s plates have moved even more over the years. The area of land has significantly reduced, and the proportion of sea and land has become 95:5. The alerts about the greenhouse effect and the rising sea levels have been mentioned in the ancient texts, but, most likely, not many pre-extinct humans earnestly practiced how to avoid disasters. Nowadays, undersea exploring has become prominent. The sea is like a treasure-trove, which reflects on the ancient wisdom. We learn from the archeological studies of human thinking of how to disguise as a human being and how not to be exposed. How did they survive in the cities, what was their lifestyle? It has become an important exploration. Only 0.002% of us, white-collar robots who have the whole body, have the skills to do archeological research. Looking at a statue made of bronze, we can estimate that it is a relic of a certain diety from pre-extinct Denmark. It appeared in the waters of pre-extinct Bangkok, hence, I think the strength of ocean currents really should not be underestimated. Distinguishing to which of the systems this object belongs to is very difficult.