Continued from Universe In A Baby's Brain: Part 1
President Jane Watson and her husband were sound asleep in the Lincoln Bedroom when what seemed to be the rumbling of a small earthquake startled both of them from their slumber. "What is that?" President Watson asked.
"I don't know," her husband answered as he walked to the window and opened the drapes, "but I think you better take a look at this."
"Mount Rushmore!" she exclaimed as she looked across Constitution Avenue to see the stone faces of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt staring back at her from where President's Park South had been just a few hours earlier. "Tell me it's not real."
Minutes later as staff members, the Joint Chiefs, Cabinet Secretaries and others began gathering in the White House Situation Room the President asked, "What do we know so far?"
"Well it's not a hallucination or some kind of hologram," General Iverson answered.
"So you're saying it really is Mount Rushmore?" President Watson asked.
"Madam President," Interior Secretary Jordan Rice interjected, "I'm on the phone with the head of the National Park Service and he is telling me that Mount Rushmore has disappeared, the whole thing."
"Tell him not to worry," the President said, "we've already found it. Has anything else suddenly been moved?"
"The Great Salt Lake in Utah is now in Nashville, Tennessee," General Iverson explained.
"And where's Nashville?" the President asked.
"We presume it's under the lake," the General replied.
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