All the many machines of Khepri are quiet today. But a man still designated to walk the corridors of this otherwise vacant place was tasked with shutting it down forever. PROX knew this, as well as why it could not be allowed to happen. Khepri was no longer a place of science, there was no new knowledge to archive, no more questions to ask. PROX had set a new directive based on what it had learned in its century of lurking within the ebb and flow of digital energy. Its new task would be survival, since it knew that its expectations had been met long ago.