potato, far future
This planning application made by the TH-368 asteroid potato migrants (with an attached image of a typical potato family) was submitted to the Temporary London Council in year 1586 PPE. It proposes the conversion of an abandoned plant pathology lab into an autonomous living complex for the potato diaspora to return to their Earth home. This would be free from the forced migration, exploitation, coercive reproduction, estrangement, and summary execution experienced by Earth potatoes in previous eras. This was acknowledged at the time, as significant first step in addressing the legacy of atrocities committed by human farmers against potatoes and other root vegetables.
potato, far future
Planning Application 86P4593FUL. (Archived ver. English)
0001586 PEE (Post Extinction Era)
This is a planning application made by the TH-368 asteroid potato migrants, with picture showing what a typical potato family look like. It was submitted in year 1586, Post Extinction Era. The form asks for the conversion of the previous Royal Horticultural Society gardens located in Woking, to an autonomous living complex free from coercive reproduction and colonial encroachment, such as blight diseases in earth potatoes during the pre-extinction era that were conjured up by human trading behaviors.
The application documents include a planning application form and a potato family portrait. The application form, submitted to authority by the extraterrestrial potatoes migrants who had made arrival via vehiculation of the TH-368 asteroid, to establish autonomous living complex in year 1586, Post Extinction Era. The discovery of such document suggests more-than-human activity on Earth after the 12th extinction. From the TH-368 potato family portrait it could be inferred that the species’ ancestry might have derived from human trans-planet cultivation of vegetables in the galactic system.
Another photograph shows the impact crater caused by TH-368. This location is where the first alien contact of TH-368 potatoes with the Earth’s biome was documented.