"Tons of isopropionate unloaded yesterday," writes Flatty, a young Erythroican from the fifth Julian millennium BCE, and guesses that this is preparatory work for a group potentiation to take place on the following day.
The tomb houses volumes of papyri on top of his remains.
He goes on to describe in his 7K year-old diaries the characteristics of the rich soil in the Neuropilic Crescent, and speculates that isopropionate consolidated the functional connections between singular rooms in wisdom centers.
The picture depicts a crosssection of the fertile soil rich in isopropionic acid. Note the increase in arborization and the size of epiarboric spines as they approach the Fertile Crescent.