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Ara sat in a gray chair lined with glowing blue lines, looking as if they were exactly straight cables that ran deep inside the chair. The year was 3024. Technology is extremely advanced. She tapped her thick black and green bracelet on the side of the chair. There were no arm rests, and the chair didn't have anything connecting to the floor. It was just floating, making a light humming sound.
Ara stared at the screens, the many screens covering the wall. A few people typed away from what they were observing. The screens showed various places: Africa, Antarctica, and even some areas in space. A few rippling movements were shown in some areas around space, and a few debris items were being sucked in. Next thing you know, the thing opens up like a giant portal mouth and everything around it get sucked in. It was a rather scary, bothersome thing to the people who saw it. Of course, it was their job to fix all these problems caused by the most ignorant people on the planet.
They got help to do this, by sensing the people with abnormal abilities by detecting their souls. Their souls were special and held the essence of their personality. It spread widely around them. Such as if they felt miserable, almost everyone a little under a mile around them would feel miserable, too. The soul detecting isn't always as easy as it sounds, since some people can actually feel just like everyone else around them. Basically, they could be a person influenced by others around him/her.
Ara stared specifically at one screen, showing space. A spot very close to Earth. A rather....different rippling began to happen. The rippling was looking violent. It was so close to Earth. It'd be extremely dangerous if it grew any bigger than a normal portal.
These portals that sucked things in supposedly sent them to another universe. An opposite Earth. If you could survive the harsh pulling and pushing, of course. That is what they have studied and have found out, after they lost a former important scientist to a portal. The scientist had still had a communicating device on her, and so when she made it through the portal she spoke to them, saying she'd landed on a planet almost like Earth, yet it was so different.
Blaire came up and tapped Ara's shoulder. Ara jumped, heard Blaire's giggle, and then sighed.
"Blaire, you gotta stop doing that." She said, pushing back a few strands of blonde hair that were covering her forehead.
"Awww, but you space out so much~" Blaire said, fire glowing on one of her fingertips. "C'mon, lets do something thats not boring. Plus, a bunch o' people are on their way here~! We won't be as bored!" Blaire said, running back a bit, jumping back towards Ara, smiling with her eyes closed. Ara sighed.
"Okay, okay." She got up out of the floating chair, and it flew immediately back to an empty spot in front of a keyboard by a screen.
"Do you think they'll live?" Blaire asked.
"Mmhmm.....They said these people specifically had amazingly strong souls. They should be able to live for a long time...." Ara said, staring at the floor.
Blaire rolled her eyes, and pulled her denim jacket a bit down. "C'mon, seriously. How 'bout we teleport a bit around the place?" Blaire asked, excitedly.
Ara laughed. "Fine." She closed her eyes, and she began glowing a very, very, very, very faint pink. It barely showed. Then it got darker and darker. Soon, Ara was surrounded by a pink glow. She opened her hands, and Blaire put a finger on Ara's arm. An orb began to grow from Ara's hands. She opened her eyes quickly. A flash came, and they were gone.