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Wow, don't know why but this page reminds me of the closing scenes of 2001: A Space Odyssey - certainly quite thought-provoking!
been thinking about it but I don't know why either. Unless it is that both carry the implication that our knowledge of how the universe works is incomplete.
But we knew that anyway didn't we?
All the best,
I think it's because the sequence of events seemed a bit ethereal and slightly abstract, like Kubrick at his best? Anyway, a cracking good read as always!
well I am glad it looks like something. It is the dreaded exposition. Nearing the end of a largely unplanned story now having to try for 'reasonable' explanations of what has gone on and why.
Bit more of that to come I'm afraid. Not my idea of the ideal way to tell a story but there you go.
Well I think the spontaneity has been good, far better than having some constraining, over-arching formula, always makes for a fascinating and unpredictable read!
Looking forward to what is to follow,
there was never any danger of an over- arching - or any other kind of - formula.
It has been an interesting and involving thing to do.
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