The Museum of New Ages

Today’s prompt asks: A hundred years from now, a major museum is running an exhibition on life and culture as it was during our current historical period. You’re asked to write an introduction for the show’s brochure. What will it say?

More than a hundred years ago, this museum housed skeletons of a very strange and marvelous creature. Historians called it many names, Tyrannosaurus, dinosaur, Rhinosaurus, etc. It had said to had walked this land millions and millions years before but alas, the creature was extinguished by the Age of Ice. They could not survive in such cold and harsh climate.

It was not until the Age of Technology when scientists began to explore the most dangerous, the harshest terrains to search for the remains of this marvelous creature. The climate of those places, once frozen have since then become scorching and dry.

Archaeologists tried to excavate all the remains until they have exhausted their efforts. After that, all the remains were transferred from places to places, to exhibits where people could marvel at such creature at an expensive price.

Then everything changed when it came the Age of Phones. People began to spend their time staring at their phones rather than going to the exhibits. This museum began losing money and was forced to shut down its operation. But no longer because we are now re-opened and we are here to bring you brand-new exhibits like the History and Evolution of the Phone and Fashion and Styles of the 21st Century!

I hope you have enjoyed my take on today prompt. Thanks for reading and have a great day! 🙂

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