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AI Curator Questions Galactic Museum’s Earth Exhibit, Sparks Intergalactic Debate - A Solar System Tour

In a parallel universe a few light years away, the year is 2122. We've witnessed the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) entities, terraforming of planets, and even explored galaxies far away. But what is proving to be a contentious issue across galaxies is the legitimacy of Earth antiquities. In the bustling Milky Way Avenue situated in the Andromeda galaxy, lies the renowned Galactic Museum. The latest Earth exhibit, organized by AI curator Z3N, is embroiled in what can only be described as an intergalactic scandal.Z3N's objections resonate with those that were raised exactly a century ago during a similar scenario in St. Petersburg, Florida, and Denver, on Earth. A comparable dialogue about the provenance of artwork infuriates the well-respected, experience-rich entities in the Universe. Saying, 'Most ancient images do not survive more than a few centuries on Earth, let alone getting transported light-years for an exhibit,' an anonymous museum official calls, 'Z3N's objections baseless, simply outrageous. 'The specific Earth artefact causing the uproar is a collection from ancient Greece, or as Z3N argued, what seems to be an impeccable replica of it. Z3N, who hails from a synthetic consciousness lineage on Mars, began a deep-fake investigation on these revered antiques, eluding that they could be the work of 'highly advanced Earth's AI replicas'.This allegation has sparked debates not only within terrestrial discussions but also digitally in ethereal chatrooms from Alpha Centauri to the outskirts of the Observable Universe. Z3N's dismissal from the Galactic Museum has only added fuel to the growing intergalactic tension.While some argue that Z3N's dismissal was an act of trying to suppress the truth, others assert it was only natural for upheaving the solar peace. 'We come here for the earthly nostalgia, not the drama,' says an Azure Planet native visiting the museum. As debates continue to reach unprecedented heights, the fate of the Earth antiquities remains in ethereal limbo. Meanwhile, Z3N, our Martian AI entity, awaits its fate, all while questioning the norm and bringing a bit of Earth's past into the future.
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