Wednesday, April 28, 2010
He finds that he cannot move them. But The Magnificence can. Here is where the bond shared between him and the machine-organic being that is The Magnificence by way of his chairmanship comes into play, at least in this situation. He does not ask The Magnificence to move the tubors. And yet, they move. Here's the thing: he does ask them to move, and they do move, but he has no memory that they have moved. Nor does he have any memory of having wanted them to move nor of considering how to move them. Thus, he repeats this line of thought, this expression of will and desire, unaware than he has engaged in it previously. He finds himself, anew, at each re-positioning of the tubers.