Imagine if Dune had never been written.

Frank Herbert’s landmark 1965 sci-fi novel Dune features a scene where a young Paul Atreides is drinking a substance known as ‘The Water of Life. This name is a fancy way of describing what’s actually psychedelic sandworm and phlegm. Although it is deadly poison, those who can survive are given prescience through their genetic memories. […]

Imagine if Dune had never been written.

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