RELICTS (pl. of relict) noun /’re-likts/
1. remnants of a formerly widespread species that persist in an isolated area;
2. short-term convultions of an inanimate flesh by means of computer-generated imagery, caused by a long-term infectious disease, characterized by swollen buboes of incoherent ideas (in brain region predominantly) with recurrent states of high excitement during eruption, usually accompanied by difficulties in self-expression, delirious speeches of utmost values, gradual social activity decomposition and, ultimately, a complete interhuman relations necrosis. Developing independently inside an initial host, occasionally carries over (mainly by personal sound- or image-borne transmission) to other susceptible hosts for further permutations.