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Reply To: Scientists and the art of telling a story


Yes, that’s the temptation, the challance and horror simultaniously, to revelate the unknown to the unknownebles (not proper english, but not as ignorant, unaware, unwise or ungifted, so no fitting transcribtion possible, just the unknown, that void). In a good story, this revelation is captured, molded or framed into a digestible amount and texture. And there, into that very prolongued moment, is this deity, in the wider open space: “The overheated angel by love of its deity above creation is frozen in magma cast asunder in unbroken chains of time no release to await when days shiver contraction giving birth dying to timeless paradise again.” Such stories are everlasting yet hard to rephrase in contemporain fashion.