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Exiled Govt Scientist Found In Canada

April 12, 1906 ·

The British Government is developing an air purifcation system, according to exiled scientist, Saccadeus Cartwright.

In a recorded address to a Canadian audience, he suggests that work on the Clockwork Project has continued with the Canadian government blessing. Seccadius and other scientists working at the Department for the Advancement of Sciences disappeared several years ago, following a row over the creation of Clockwork Servants and job security.

He also refers to an electronic telegraph survey in which he’s answers questions about precise design details of the domestic automata, and suggests these will soon be deployed in Canadian homes.

Saccadius, Head of Special Projects at the department, and his boss Indian Scientist Chan Ranbir were driven out of town by striking trade unionists, when it became apparent that the Clockwork Porject was a threat to labourer jobs across the country.

It is uncertain whether Saccadius is still working for the government, but he refers to the recent unrest, and weather conditions in the England, and alludes to be developing an air purification system, which he hopes will help reduce the fog that has brought life across the country to a standstill.

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