Betrayal: Would Scientists in This Barbaric World Survive If Discovered Deceiving Their Rulers

Gary Clegg January 14, 2020

A fascinating look into the dangerous lives of scientists in a savage world

Betrayal: Would Scientists in This Barbaric World Survive If Discovered Deceiving Their Rulers

No doubt being caught deceiving their ruthless rulers would be front and center in the minds of scientists living in a Barbaric world. They would know that being caught would surely mean their deaths, but not only their deaths, most likely the deaths of their families as well. And in what fashion would they be killed? Would they be hung, or whipped, maybe thrown to the lions with their spouses and children.

 

Maybe they would be too valuable to kill, perhaps the Barbarians would kill only their families and leave them to work as slaves, using them as examples for any other who may dare to deceive.

 

No matter those scientists would know that working covertly would be paramount to any success, they would certainly plan their deception accordingly.

 

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