Houston, Now Off To The Infinity, by Sankar Chatterjee

The strongman announced on live T.V. to the nation: “59 G.P.S.-guided missiles from two naval destroyers were launched to teach the rogue country a lesson.” Scott Abraham, tracking the international space station at NASA, Houston, wondered, “Why 59 instead of 60, an even number divided equally between two destroyers?” He saw a blip on his computer screen, while hearing a receding voice: “Houston, no. 60 here. Made a clean break from the destructive mission, while shedding the war-head. Now, off to the infinity to find another peace-loving civilized society.”

Scott realized the superiority of the artificial intelligence over human intelligence had finally arrived.

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