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1.20.19

“…somebody comes into the house to install this red box-like machine. It has a red button on it to set it and turn it on. I somehow manage to program it with the power or gravitational pull or energy of “trillions” of suns or other measurements.

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LBC3Reads - for the year

This book club meets up every three months – ideal for those too busy to join a monthly book club! We tend 83 more words
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1.19.19

“I would argue that inside your mind was some pattern of neurological activity that was not there before you exchanged e-mail with me. The ‘Root Representation.’ It is not me.

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The Colour of Magic

When we think about colour, it feels natural to imagine it as just the representation of a particular wavelength of light, but then, on such a basis, ‘magenta’ turns out not to be a colour at all! 988 more words

1969: The Door Said

The door refused to open. It said, “Five cents, please.”

He searched his pockets. No more coins; nothing. “I’ll pay you tomorrow,” he told the door.

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Philip K. Dick - A Scanner Darkly (1977) Review

Bob Arctor is a narc in Orange County, California. He is an undercover cop trying to find the laboratories that produce the dangerous drug Substance D that is sweeping over the land. 496 more words

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Dedicated Readers Take Up "The Man in the High Castle" on Their Podcast

As promised, David Agranoff, Anthony Trevino, and Langhorne J. Tweed have finished editing podcast #16 about The Man in the High Castle. Dr. Gavriel Rosenfeld and I were the guests for the show. 15 more words

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