May 15th 1974
There was talk of monsters in the woods. Eddies swirled in space time, portals between our time and the past. My dad had found a hole in the ice with trilobites twitching around the opening. He looked down into the water with his flash light then froze at the sight of something. Moments later he radioed in my brother with his crop duster to pull out what looked like a giant lizard. I don’t know what we will do with it but they both seamed excited.
December 22nd 1973
Goholmen is a small island off the northern part of Svartsjokander. Narkevast Energi AB had built an experimental power plant for wireless transmission of electricity on this small, forgotten piece of land in the 60s, with grants from the government. They tried to creat a stable and economically viable transmission of electricity from the Bona reactor to the station on Goholmen.
July 4th 1974
You could always feel the presence of the The three cooling towers in Bona. They rose from the fields and through low hanging fog that glowed neon blue all throughout the night. The main function of the towers was to release heat from the Gravitron, the core of the Loop that provided the facility with the enormous amounts of energy it required. The signal sounded at six o’clock every day. It started like a deep vibration in the ground that slowly rose to three horn-like blasts, followed by a drawn out echo that reverberated across the landscape. The sound was the result of the daily reset of the towers fifteen huge demister valves. The signal had eventually become a part of Bona families everyday routine. You knew it was time to head home to the dinner table when the Signal sounded.