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Something I will Always Remember

Once something happened that I will always remember. It was a warm summer day and it was kind of hot outside. I thought it was about to rain because there were so many clouds that were so close to me. I remember looking up into the sky and thinking how much water must be contained in those clouds. There must have been a hundred million billion trillion tons of water in those clouds and thought how awesome it would be to be to somehow access the water contained in those clouds - that would be enough to supply millions of people with drinkable water for a long time. I then proceeded to spend a few minutes looking up at the clouds and wondering how it would be possible to access all that water for people around the world. After pondering it for a few minutes, I decided that it may not be possible to easily harness all of that water out of that clouds. But then it dawned on me that if I waited for it to rain, I might be able to access all that water simply by letting it collect in basins of some sort. So I then pondered how many basins it would take to collect all that water for all those people. I hypothesized that if a person spent enough money, perhaps around a million dollars, then that person would be able to buy a, large enough volume of containers to capture all of the water that might be necessary to provide some source of water for all those people. Then I concluded that nobody had done this before because there was still a lot of rain water going to waste and a lot of people that were still going thirsty worldwide. I decided that maybe something could be done about this issue. I then wanted to run a test. I went back into my house and for as bowl that I guessed guessed held about three gallons of water and cost about three dollars to make the math easier for me when I try to scale it up to provide water for tons of people worldwide.

When I finished pondering that wonderful problem and had arrived at the conclusion that someone more intelligent than me had to work on the problem to get an accurate answer to my problem. So I decided I would then meander around the grass area I search of something else to do. After about an hour of just basic wondering around the area I decided that I had nothing better to do so I kind of just wanted to lie there on the soft grass for a while and basically do nothing until I could think of something to do. I sat there for what felt like three hours and still could not think of something to do. I eventually concluded that I might never find something to do so I figured that I should probably get up and find something to do on my own. There were some cases and mountains close to me so I figured that I may as well go exploring in the caves and see if I could find anything. As I walked around the caves for a while, I noticed that there were some odd shapes on the wall in some areas and other areas were totally smooth. So I wanted to see what all those shapes could mean as was the natural human instinct. I took a picture of one of the shapes and googled it on my phone. To my extreme surprise, I saw that it was an exact replica of a priceless piece of art in a museum worth millions of dollars. Since the caves were kind of secluded I figured that it was possible that not many people had been to these caves before so I took pictures of all of thost other drawings on the walls and googled them as well and discovered that they were all replicas of famous pictures. So I did what any person would do: I called an expert to see what those drawings were actually about. About an hour later the person I was waiting for came and told me what I wanted to know, namely that the drawings were exact replicas of things already in museums. Furthermore, he said that they weren't actually replicas. He said that they were actually the originals. Since they were originals, he said they value them at approximately $200,000 each. After that, we walked around the caves to see how many I had actually found. We walked for a few hours and determined that I have found approximately 100 of these artifacts. Since they were worth $200,000 each, 100 of these artifacts were valued of $20 million. When he told me this I first got that he was joking because of that there is no way that I could possibly found something so valuable in public caves. And make sure and took pictures of every single drawing, and we also sealed off the entrance to the cave of the barrier that only we knew how to remove. Then we walked off to the museum with the drawings in hand. We went to the resident expert on such drawings and confirmed our suspicions. He praised the entire collection of drawings at approximately $28 million, just over what we had calculated in the caves. He also offered to pay me that amount in cash on the spot. Of course, I immediately accepted this offer and he paid me the proper amount and in return I told him how to gain access to the cave so he could excavate them and obtain his valuable drawings.

When I had my money and he had his entrance details, I left the museum and went back to the caves. I discovered that in fact, all of the drawings had already been destroyed by someone else. Sincerity had the money it didn't really matter what happened at the drawings because now they were his responsibility, but I still want to figure out what happened to them. I went back to the entrance of the cave and examined in great detail. I determined that somehow someone used explosives to open it. I figure this out based on two pieces of evidence. The first of which was that the air smelled vaguely of sulfer and the second of which was that there are scratch marks along the entrance to the cave indicating high-energy detonation. I do not understand how this is possible, because the entrance was sealed with 6 feet of granite. It would take approximately 100 tons of TNT to blast through 6 feet of granite. Since the caves were close to a park that was filled with people, I figured one of them must've heard the explosion. Wasting no time, I ran down to the park and began talking to the people who are currently ambling around. After I had talked to about 10 people, I had finally found one person who had heard a big explosion in the distance. I asked him when he heard it. He replied he'd heard about 30 minutes ago. This was plausible because 30 minutes ago I was at the museum and not around the caves. I concluded that someone had broken into the caves and stole all of the drawings. I thought they had stolen them because there were huge holes in the walls where the drawings used to be. I went back to the case I could take a closer look at those holes. The holes looked cleanly made and it looked as though some sort of hot something actually cut the rock away from behind the drawings. Furthermore, the holes were conical shape meaning that it was probably a laser of some kind. Since I knew a fair amount about lasers I figured it was probably an extremely high-intensity commercial one. I then began to research all of the locations that sold such lasers that would be capable of doing such damage in solid rock. After I located the top five websites that would sell such lasers, I got all their contact information and prepared to call him about who purchased lasers from them recently. After I had spent about 10 minutes calling websites, I thought that I would never be successful. I had already called about five of them to no avail. However, on the six website I finally found something. The owner of the website said that someone had bought a laser from them five days ago and the laser was powerful enough to cut through solid rock. I asked for an address for the buyer who bought the laser from them and he gave it to me because I said it was very important. I immediately got in my car and drove to the address of the person who bought the laser. Unfortunately, I discovered that the person who bought the laser from the website was not home. So then I decided I just take a peek in through one of the windows because, after all, it was a lot of money we were talking about. When I had looked into the window, my worst suspicions were realized. In the middle of a very large room that was conveniently next to the window, I saw about eighty giant pieces of rocks sitting on the floor. I knew immediately that those pieces of rock must've been the drawings that were stolen from me. So at that point I did not know what to do. I did not know what to do because I could not really called the police because I'm not really supposed to be looking into the window of this person and I couldn't get them myself because that would be illegal. Therefore I had to stop and think about what to do. Eventually I decided that I will go back to the museum and just tell the export on the drawings what happened and then maybe he would have an idea. I went back to the museum and told them what happened. The expert then sat down on a chair and became very sad but he also began to think about what to do. About 10 minutes later, the expert said that he had an idea and that it might result in getting the drawings back for the museum. He said that he would make an anonymous tip to the police saying that he thought that someone had stolen some very expensive drawings and then maybe the police we go to a persons home and investigate, perhaps getting the museum the drawings back. In about 10 minutes, he returned from his office saying that he called the police and then he told me to wait and see what they did. Luckily, we did not have to wait very long because about 20 minutes later the police called back saying they had successfully gained entrance into the house of the person that was suspected of stealing the drawings. When they had made their way to the persons living room or the drawings were located, they did in fact confirmed that the person had illegally obtained the drawings that I had found earlier in the day. Then they called up a tow truck and they had the tow truck carrying all the drawings back to the museum. Upon final count, it was discovered that the person had in fact stolen every single drawing, all 111 of them. Unluckily for the person who stole the drawings he came home about 10 minutes after the police left to find all the drawings gone. The police showed back up to his house and arrested him for theft. So in the end, the police had their drawings, I had my money, and then the chief was put in jail for life for grand theft. That is a day I'll certainly remember for the rest of my life and I'm sure everybody and called world will remember as well. To this day, those caves remain a historical place that tourists go to learn about their past. The museum also received many grants which allowed them to buy more caves and they found many more such drawings in the surrounding areas.


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