WHO IS KEGO OGRADY?
Kego O’Grady was conceived and born in deep space, like many spacer children his education was ad-hock and had more to do with the skill base that surrounded him. The pragmatic and tough life of deep space suited very few people, but for those born there it was their entire world and these odd children created the spacers and O’Grady was the last of his kind.
Most of his brief life was spent in a desperate solitude but this only resulted in some of the most startling writing about humanities place in this universe, mostly expressed in the volume of works called worthless words. Much of the scientific data and theories that the work presents are still being debated today one thousand years after his disappearance.
It is without any doubt that at one point Kego stood alone as the very last human being to survive the Munich syndrome, without the engineering and scientific skills that were earned during his childhood aboard the Solstice, (An Asterio class starship) Humanity would not have survived.
The fact that Kego had Schizophrenia, has only broadened consensus that he was a peculiar genius. At the time of his disappearance in New Sydney it is certain that he died. However there have been many sightings of the spacer across the entire Kuiper belt and it is even claimed that he has been seen on Solaris Station.
At the time of his Death/disappearance he left behind him a daughter Elisabeth O’Grady-Smith.
His resolve in the face of overwhelming odds has spawned a host of movies and virals, it has also become an industry in it’s own right.
“I have zero respect for knowledge, that’s what computers are for. Imagination is the kicker because imagination can extrapolate, create and solve, Knowledge is just facts and shit. Mostly irrelevant.”
“I love watching her though, the stars scattered like grains of salt that have been accidentally spilled on a mirrored floor, the gaseous clouds drifting like thoughts whisping through a spiders web.”
Curator of the Munich Syndrome Institute.