- 🌐 Español
Who placed those rings in the middle of the ocean? Nobody knew for sure. When we set foot in the shallow waters of Lauz we dreamed about the origin of these enormous structures found around the world. Myths were created around them, hinting at a possible divine or alien origin. One thing was for certain: Where these structures are, there is life, and lots of it.
These ancient remnants served as shelter and as a source of materials for the planet’s first settlers, so it was common for these places to be inhabited. Others took several decades to be discovered, until the first satellites we launched photographed previously undetected structures in the middle of rainforests and mountain ranges.
We now know for certain that those megastructures found scattered around the planet are the remnants of the Great Terraforming Project orchestrated by our ancestors generations ago. Before we arrived on this planet, before we were born, these machines cared for and protected the first living beings in Lauz, nurturing the primordial ecosystem of the planet we call home.
The conservation status of these archaeological sites is still the subject of debate. Some argue that these machines were never intended to remain after the planet’s terraformation, and should be dismantled. Others say those same machines are also part of the biosphere they helped to create, and thus should stay there. There are even proposals for reclaiming and repairing these sites to be used to better understand Lauz’s biosphere.