• In 2053 The Dawn of World Storm

    Meg is a wealthy businesswoman who seeks shelter in her luxury bunker. She watches in horror as her home and businesses are destroyed. Nabo is a young man addicted to virtual reality gaming who gets trapped in an abandoned gas station during the storm. Carlos is an astronaut who volunteers to search for survivors.

    The storm causes widespread destruction - knocking down buildings, uprooting infrastructure, flooding neighborhoods, and killing many people. With power and internet knocked out, survivors struggle to get food, water, and medical aid. Meg, Nabo, Carlos and others try to find safety as the unrelenting storm rages on for days.

    A VR where everything is 5% better than in real life.

    Augmented reality

    Canal links

    Foldables (advanced mobile devices)

    Ballet bots (humanoid robot servants)

    Lutin bots (another type of robot servant)

    Stretcher bots 

    Blimp drones

    Rocket travel

    Autono-cabs (self-driving taxis)

    Stasis beds

    Magnetic resonance pain relief devices

    Bio-printing stem cells for skin regeneration 

    The Sims 24 video game with advanced AI

    Peep's link data collection network

    Emergency Operations Centers

    Underground luxury bunkers

    Robot arms for skin care

    Wall-sized displays

    Food technologies like shroom-caf and yeast grown eggs

    CCTV surveillance systems

    Weave roads (advanced road technology)

    Neighborhood Complex buildings with survival bunkers

    emerging tech, eco-tech, apocalypse, survival, disruptive, science, climate, future, short, solarpunk, post-apocalyptic, predictions, futurology, futurism, scifi, sci-fi, technology, tech, black mirror, skepticism, space, permaculture, robotics, inventions, advancements, exploration, singularity, speculative.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

      

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

      

    This is Episode 50 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    46m | Feb 29, 2024
  • In 2052 Countdown to End Days

    As world scientists predict a catastrophic world weather event. On the cusp of such an event follow those who hide from the news of such an event. Who survives a new Earth? Humanity is at an evolutionary bottleneck. Some will survive, but who. And why are they the fortunate ones?

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out.

    This is Episode 49 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    47m | Feb 10, 2024
  • In 2052 Three Months Before the Apocalypse

    A story set in a dystopian near-future where climate disaster and political unrest have led to extreme prepping and survival measures. Madge loses her job at a data farming company and turns to Tai Chi. As doomsday fears grow, people build bunkers, flood walls, and even convert homes into shelters. What will ascetic Madge do to prepare for a chaotic future?

    Meanwhile, Kelly travels the country struggling with anxiety and questioning the meaning of her life when the threat of climate catastrophe looms.

    When a right-wing political activist is murdered by a hacked sex doll, an MRI machine that reads brain patterns is used as key evidence.

    Key search terms: sci-fi, dystopia, tai chi, microbiome, survivalism, prepping, bunkers, MRI brain scan, hacked sex doll, murder mystery, prison, climate anxiety,

    Data farming

    Artificial intelligence assistants

    Augmented reality (AR) glasses

    Bone mounts for AR glasses

    Holographic video walls

    Tube transportation

    Medical kiosks

    Living medicines

    Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) headsets

    Pseudo-superconductivity

    Portable MRI caps

    MRI brain scanning and analysis

    Intimacy dolls

    Dark net software

    Bots (e.g. lutin bots, sentry bots, cop bots)

    Microbial power cells

    Microbe food production

    Air and water filtration systems

    Century batteries

    Robot construction

    climate change

    global warming  

    disaster preparedness

    bunkers

    dome homes 

    Tiny homes

    asceticism  

    microbiome

    fecal transplants

    intimacy dolls

    murder mystery

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 48 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    56m | Jan 20, 2024
  • In 2052 Six Months Before the Apocalypse

    People are scared the world will end when the Moon Canons Project is shut down. A couple move to an Xtian Nationalist state to care for an elderly mother and soon face fanatics and local terrorist. A woman comes to town for revenge on people who killed her family.

    Moon canon project - Canons on the moon that shoot dust to create cloud trails, intended to reduce sunlight and combat climate change. Shut down unexpectedly.

    Autonomous planes - Used to ferry residents out of Springfield airport after schools close.  

    Luggage bots - Suitcases that can walk and follow their owners on legs.

    Survive-all pod - A refrigerator-sized pod filled with equipment, walks on legs, provides power, water, etc. An essential survival tool.

    AR glasses - Provide 360 degree vision, night vision, infrared, and other enhanced senses. Allow accessing the internet through AR.

    Mechanical stomach - Produces nutritional bars from plant matter. An off-grid food source.  

    Atmospheric water harvester - Condenses moisture from the air into drinkable water. Useful in arid environments.

    Century battery - Provides constant power for over 100 years through microbial fuel cell technology. Powers the survive-all pod.

    Medusa - An AI that can infect devices and create shadow servers to enable internet access off the grid. 

    DNA eraser - Chemical that destroys DNA, used to cover tracks. The Tuckers use it when the main character escapes in a jeep. 

    Cop bots - Robots used as autonomous police in Springfield. Brought back online to search for the fugitive.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes.

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 47 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    49m | Jan 4, 2024
  • In 2052 Curious Minds Prosper

    Twin 15 year old brother. One loves science and evidence based discovery, the other loves magic, ghosts, and conspiracy theories. What fates await these two as their outlooks pull them apart?

    New addictive games covertly test young minds and children are recruited to an school for brilliant minds hosted by one of the biggest corporations.

    Moon canons that shoot clouds of dust between the Sun and Earth, reducing the effects of climate change, have been stopped. Is a climate catastrophe inevitable?

     

    Augmented reality (AR) glasses/headsets for messaging alerts, presentations, and other overlays on the real world

    Virtual reality (VR) headsets for immersive gaming experiences and training simulations

    Rig setups with motion capture, robot arms, and other features for immersive VR experiences

    Giantess/Biotic distribution centers able to produce food, clothing, and other goods on demand, up to 10 stories tall

    Delivery blimp drones for transporting goods

    Bio-bot smelters and other recycling technology

    Aeroponic farming

    Yeast-based proteins (brewed foods) with textures like beef, shrimp, etc.

    Snow vacuums

    Spinal implants and printed vertebrae for paralysis treatment

    Gravity batteries using weights and generators

    Automated surveying robots and building AI for architects

    Highly adaptive AI/robots able to learn new medical and other skilled tasks without training

     

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

      

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

      

    This is Episode 46 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    40m | Dec 11, 2023
  • In 2051 Virtual Gravity in Space

    Leia, a war-weary veteran, grapples with the challenges of adapting to civilian life in a future Atlanta where automation has reshaped society. As Leia navigates the complexities of her family dynamics and civilian routine, the narrative unfolds against the canvas of a society marked by political tensions and the ever-present influence of advanced technology, where even personal interactions are mediated by augmented reality.

    Leia's journey takes an unexpected turn when she learns of a unique job opportunity that beckons her to the vastness of space. As she contemplates this new chapter, political unrest on Earth adds a layer of suspense, culminating in a shocking twist that alters the course of Leia's life.

    1. Augmented Reality (AR) Glasses: Leia's civilian life is marked by the use of lightweight AR glasses, equipped with encrypted stream cameras for recording, and an Assistant AI that offers assistance and suggestions.
    2. Lutin Bots: Automated bots play a role in Leia's daily life, performing tasks like making omelets and biscuits. Premium skills, such as massage capabilities, can be added to these bots.
    3. Canal Link: A futuristic communication device that Leia uses, capable of providing an ads-free link, and undergoing regular updates for various features.
    4. Drone Blimps: Police employ drone blimps equipped with specialized AIs to locate potential threats, particularly mass shooters, during public demonstrations.
    5. Space Mining Company Opportunities: The narrative introduces the concept of space mining companies seeking technicians willing to live and work in space, reflecting advancements in extraterrestrial resource exploration.
    6. Superconductive Solar Arrays: The research and manufacturing space station in Earth's orbit features enormous superconductive solar arrays, harnessing near-zero gravity and temperature for advanced technological developments.
    7. 3D-Printed Organs: In the narrative, organ transplants are 3D printed in space, using cells from the recipients, eliminating the need for immunosuppressants.
    8. Quantum Engines: A research group on the space station develops quantum engines for deep space travel, running in very low temperatures to power ships far from sunlight.
    9. Bio-Bots and Protein Transistors: Medical procedures involve bio-bots growing protein transistors next to nerves in the inner ear regions to mitigate space adaptation syndrome, providing a form of artificial gravity in virtual reality experiences.
    10. Phages for Disinfection: The space station employs phages for disinfection, replacing air with microbes that seek out and neutralize harmful agents, creating a forest-like environment.
    11. Voting via Canal Link: The story features a futuristic voting system where individuals receive encrypted ballots in their AR, allowing them to pre-vote using their Canal Links.


    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech,

    futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive

    science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how

    the future may play out.  

    This is

    Episode 45 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion

    site is https://in20xx.com where you can find

    a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed

    fiction.

    These are

    works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current

    events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright

    © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    40m | Nov 19, 2023
  • In 2051 Gene Outlaws

    An addict of virtual reality has a one night stand. Now most everyone can afford a humanoid robot. A couple decide to break the law by seeking gene screening for their newborn. A war overseas has ended. Deep mines cause prices to plummet. New military complexes are being built. Why so many babies?!

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

      Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 44 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    39m | Nov 4, 2023
  • In 2051 Journalist Cut Loose

    Someone who works for NPR Detroit rides the waves of change and it's a bumpy ride. She makes use of AI to get legal advice. She interviews self-sustainers, people who maintain methods of surviving completely on their own in case the grid goes down, society collapses, or AI decides people are not needed. She interviews a rich person who lives in the wilderness and goes to work remotely.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes.

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out.

    This is Episode 43 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    31m | Oct 11, 2023
  • In 2051 The Love Doll Operator

    New AIs come out that allow access to personal lawyers and doctors free of cost. Kelly from episode 35 works remote controlling love dolls because people still feel AI lack personality. AIs may be able to fool humans in the short term but over time the lack of a person behind the persona bothers people. Because of her work, Kelly gains expertise in trouble shooting robot settings. She also works with a client who confesses to her a terrible secret.

    36m | Sep 26, 2023
  • In 2050 AI Will Maximize Your Life

    Two new AIs come out. One AI’s purpose and only purpose is to “upgrade your standard of living.” It finds income sources for you but also advises and guides you to maximize the duration and amount of your wealth. The second AI does all the work of finding love interests for you.

    Someone retrofits their house for storms. A dog/goat chimera come out. It eats compost and guards your house.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 41 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    54m | Sep 10, 2023
  • In 2050 All Criminals are Hackers

    The character Beth returns and now she involves herself in cyber crime. This episode focuses on hacking and crime in the future. In a lot of ways it’s nearly impossible to commit a crime. Cameras are everywhere and AI watch through cameras 24/7. DNA forensics can place people who did nothing more than walk through a crime scene. Prison life is also changed when prisoners are put in stasis.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 40 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    43m | Aug 26, 2023
  • In 2050 The Revolution Starts Here

    In 2050 A new border wall is completed. A parent takes her kid out of school because the Supreme Court has put on pause secular education. A fem takes weight loss meds that completely bring her to slimness. An elderly person uses muscle building meds designed for spacers. The shadow server Medusa is catching on as people have less choices. A father salvages a neuromorphic computer and gives it to his math-wiz daughter. Is this the edge of the Singularity?

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes.

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out.

    This is Episode 39 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    26m | Aug 3, 2023
  • In 2050 Moms Kill Education

    In this episode people at MIT are working on total VR emersion tech. Great crowds of people protest in part because data farming jobs give them the free time to protest. The Supreme court rules on no messing with fertility and embryo development. Genetically modified pets become popular. A group, Moms for Freedom, attack higher education.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out.

    This is Episode 38 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    These are works of fiction. Characters and groups are made-up and influenced by current events but not reporting facts about people or groups in the real world. Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    31m | Jul 22, 2023
  • In 2049 Luna Habitat

    Hums are being hired to scout in space. In a habitat on Luna, People take meds to maintain bone and muscle density. Of all the problems caused by living in space, mental health remains the hardest to solve.

    A couple fall in love, want to have a baby and learn about the embryo screening and germ-line editing options.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 37 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2023. All rights reserved.

    33m | Jul 8, 2023
  • In 2049 Lawless Lands

    The story of Mel and Debby returns as they watch the world around them change and change again. The play the game "Make It into Heaven."

    Marvin's story continues. He is in a drug den wanting to find a way to get a new ID because though he's 80, he looks 20.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 36 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2023. All rights reserved.

    41m | Jun 25, 2023
  • In 2049 The Talent Agency

    Madge a person who likes to live like a poor person while she saves millions of dollars get a job at a co-op where people stay on special diets so they can grow medical-grade microbiomes in their guts and sell solids for fecal transplants. She also helps train AI to search for talent.

    Two sisters are among the hoards auditioning at The Talent Agency and see if one may be the world's next beloved megastar.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out.

    This is Episode 35 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2023. All rights reserved.

    30m | Jun 12, 2023
  • In 2049 Jobs for Everyone

    The 39% who became unemployed when robots took the jobs can get online jobs giving people input to help develop AI. These new consumers come with some new wants and needs. They want personal survival tech. Tanner returns. Aged 77, she looks 25. She must find a way to escape notice.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes.

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out.  

    This is Episode 34 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    33m | May 31, 2023
  • In 2048 Farming People

    The era of data farming is taking off. People can make money participating in being farmed for data about people to be used to develop AI. Three lives are followed: Jane, a party fem, Ernesto, a casualty of the media attack featured in an earlier episode In 2042 the First AI Weapon, and Madge, a cunning spin thrift.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes.

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 33 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    21m | May 18, 2023
  • In 2048 Attacking a Delivery Bot

    Body tissue to device synthesis is achieved. Merch and Tessa the hackers talk about making hacker AI. A robot on peep accident makes the news, and two homeless kids attack a Giantess delivery bot.

    Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 32 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    21m | May 7, 2023
  • In 2048 Detection Evasion

    Surveillance state or not, it becomes increasingly more likely that everyone can be tracked and recorded. Tessa, the main creator of Medusa Shadow Net Browser, suspects she has been identified by the police after years of thinking she has flown outside of surveillance. She is willing to go to drastic measures to insure her anonymity.

     Many of the characters in this project appear in future episodes. 

    Using storytelling to place you in a time period, this series takes you, year by year, into the future. From 2040 to 2195. If you like emerging tech, eco-tech, futurism, perma-culture, apocalyptic survival scenarios, and disruptive science, sit back and enjoy short stories that showcase my research into how the future may play out. 

    This is Episode 31 of the podcast "In 20xx Scifi and Futurism." The companion site is https://in20xx.com where you can find a timeline of the future, descriptions of future development, and printed fiction.

    Copyright © Leon Horn 2021. All rights reserved.

    31m | May 1, 2023
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