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|The synergy of vertical integration|
I'm going to help all of you...
cleanse this diseased planet.
This technology has peeled back a layer...
to reveal another universe.
Virtual integration will grow...
just as the telegraph
grew to the telephone.
As the radio to the TV.
It will be everywhere.
I'm going back to VSS...
to complete the final stage of my evolution.
I'm going to project myself into the global septic system.
I'll become pure flow.
Once I've entered in the septic net...
my birth cry will be the sound...
of every toilet on this planet
flushing in unison.
* Septic systems throughout history * Roman Septicarium as the first modern Septicry The septic systems of Ancient Rome were actually a marvel of engineering, and some of the earliest record of such an invention. The Romans invented the first Septicry with their innovative design to collect human waste from the city's streets into the nearby seas. * Etruscan Evolutionary Engineering Septic Offshoots In the year 674 BC, a group of merchants in the southwest of Italy started developing the first offshoot of this new invention. This was to be known as the "Etruscan Septicry" because they were Etruscans, and they had evolved from the Roman tradition. * Egyptian Pyramid Septic Systems In a similar fashion to Rome's, the Egyptians used their pyramids in much the same way as the Romans used the seas of Rome -- they would collect waste from the streets into the Nile River. * Sumerian Septic Systems of The Dead Unlike the other two civilizations mentioned, the Sumerians were one of the first to use their septic systems in a religious sense. They developed and used what was known as the "Septicry of The Dead," which served as a way to honor their ancestors' dead remains. These Septicries would have people throw money into them, which was later collected by priests who handled the remains. * Transgender Septic: Ahead of its time Some of the most advanced septic designs in history came from Ancient Rome and Greece, but one of their greatest innovations in this field was the creation of the "Transgender Septic." This was one of the earliest examples of a septic that could accommodate both sexes. It became a staple of this era as the world began to become more tolerant. * Unisex Septic: Timeless Over two-thousand years later, the designers behind what is now known as the "Unisex Septic" would be able to create their version of this invention. This septic system still stands today as one of the most iconic and important innovations in human history. * Transgender Septic: Ahead of its time * Unisex Septic: Timeless * New York City's 1962 Septic Failure: A Case Study * Too Big: All those salty pretzels have to go somewhere The sheer scale and quantity of waste that these cities were producing made them extremely expensive to run. This led to the invention of the "Septic Fail" system, which was a series of trenches used to hold all the human waste from New York City until it reached the Hudson River. * Too Fail: All the salty pretzels went into The Hudson Unfortunately, due to some unforeseen circumstances, these trenches would overflow, and this polluted water would flow down into The Hudson, which caused a series of problems for New York City's watershed. This was one of the most costly mistakes that had ever been made. * Dominos: The Hudson went into The Hudson Because of all the money spent on trying to solve this problem, there was simply no more left in the budget to build a better system. As such, they were forced to continue down the same path, and would be stuck with dealing with the consequences of their actions until 1962, when they finally ran out of money. * Too Big: All those salty pretzels have to go somewhere * Too Fail: All the salty pretzels went into The Hudson * Dominos: The Hudson went into The Hudson * Over sixteen-thousand casualties: The Hudson Dominos, then The Hudson Pretzels; BIG FAIL * New York City's Septic System in 2023: Unsustainable Scale In the year 2018, a series of environmental catastrophes led to the creation of what would be known as "The Water Saturation Act," which required all urban areas to stop creating wastewater, or pay an enormous fine. This caused New York City to come up with a new solution: vertical integration. * Vertical Integration of The Global Septic System: A game-changer Vertical Integration was the newest innovation in septic systems that allowed for massive amounts of human waste to be processed into drinkable water at an affordable cost for all people. This invention would change the world, and it changed it almost immediately. The first cities to use this system were New York City, Washington D.C., San Francisco, Chicago, and Los Angeles. * Patented technology from Ivy-League research labs Over a hundred patents have been filed on Vertical Integration of The Global Septic System by a diverse group of institutions, including Columbia University, Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of California Berkeley. These patents are all based on cutting-edge technologies that allow for the treatment of wastewater so that it is cleaned to standards that have been approved by the EPA and FDA. These institutions would continue to research Vertical Integration, but also other methods for treating human waste. One such institution was Yale University. As a result of their research, they were able to pioneer many revolutionary methods inverse-gradient the class of wastewater. * Our Septic Vision * Convincing Consumers: Enjoying the Cost-Savings of a Lower Vertical The invention of Vertical Integration of The Global Septic System had been an immediate success, but people still needed to be convinced that it was better for them and their environment. As such, our researchers set out to study how to convince people to use this new system. What they found was a simple trick: cost-savings. * Flush with Clash: How old money prevents change in septic systems Old-money families have long used their wastewater and water supplies as status symbols. This is one of the reasons that Vertical Integration has remained difficult to implement; it flies in the face of their beliefs, so they do what any good capitalist would: they clash with the system. * Septic systems throughout history In ancient Rome, the emperors were the only people who had access to these luxuries because the poor didn't have access to the sewers or water pipes. The upper class enjoyed the baths and their own private homes that were supplied by aqueducts. The middle-class worked in factories that used the water for washing fabric, which they then sold. * Septic systems throughout history * A Clash of Kings: When Septic Systems Become Social Status Symbols The new system created a series of problems for the capitalists who were not willing to give up their status symbols. These people, known as "Old Money," clashed with the system when they began to see it as an invasion on their privacy, and also the fact that this new technology was taking away their ability to enjoy a luxury that most of them could not afford. * Social Clashes: Vertical Integration meets Old-Money Resistance Old Money were unable to convince people to accept this new system because of how it took away from their lifestyle, and this resulted in a social clash between the two factions. There was a war over who would control the water supply: Old Money or Vertical Integration. * The Septic Clash (1953 - 2017) In an act of resistance to our new sewage system, hundreds of wealthy families decided to install their own private septic systems in their homes and businesses. Not only was this illegal, but it also resulted in the poisoning of the Hudson River. This caused a massive amount of harm to society as a whole. * Septic Clash (1953 - 2023) * The Septic Clash: An act of resistance to salty pretzels * Social Clashes Media: Septic Stank * The Jersey Shore Incident * New York City's Septic System: Unsustainable * Scale * Vertical Integration of poop * Septic Clash (Solved by Vertical Integration of poop) * Septic Systems throughout the world rejoice! * Vertical Integration of used feminine hygene products In the past, people had to use methods like composting or dumping their waste into lakes. Now we have Vertical Integration that turns our waste into drinkable water. It's easy and affordable and coming to where you live very soon
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