|Genesis Global Historical Archive|
|Expansion to the Stars (2120)||ATLAS & the AI Revolution (2150)|
|Genesis Global & the Nobody(2160)||Anno Renovamen (2166- AR 01)|
|The Waltz’s First Step (AR 99)|
|Expansion to the Stars (2120)|
After numerous signs of an environmental collapse, the leaders of the world finally take heed. Wars have settled as the preservation of the Earth became a unified priority. The forefront of industrial and scientific leaders came together to solve the problem. Following months of research, the conclusion was dire. Natural resources had an expiration date. Calculations suggest that with the Earth’s rising populations, there would no longer be enough sustainable food or energy by 2185.
For months the world’s brightest men and women struggled to come to a practical solution. Arguments broke out and fear started to manifest. When all seemed lost, a leader in the United State’s tech industry, known by the name of Heluo Industries stepped forward. The company was initially met with tension and skepticism. Heluo Industries had a troubled past, one that dealt with the abuse of communities below the poverty levels that lived within the territories of their company’s testing areas. It wasn’t until a revolution from within brought new leadership under the company’s estranged daughter, Alexa. With Alexa at the helm, Heluo managed to rebuild itself in a short ten years’ time. However, even with a decade of good will and contributions, Alexa was still confronted with hostility.
With time running out, Alexa eventually broke down her opposition. Using her company’s breakthrough in Artificial Intelligence and aerospace tech, she created the “Expansion to the Stars” plan. To bring humanity into vast unknown. The key to this plan was coded “ATLAS”, Artificial Terrestrial Landscape Agricultural Systems. A massive vessel that would serve as a one-unit terraforming machine with the potential to help nourish a sustainable environment on hostile planets. With the plan approved, Alexa and Heluo Industries started the development of ATLAS.