On Unwritten Tales

I saw this elsewhere, thanks to Nea, and it looked kinda cool.

Never let it be said that I don’t like cool. πŸ˜‰

Tell me about a story I haven’t written, and I’ll give you one sentence from that story.

So hit me up, people. Give me something off-the-wall. Or not. And I’ll give you back a sentence. Whether or not the sentence makes sense… well, that I can’t promise.

(And if you have the impression that I’m trying to make things a little more reader participatory, you’re abso-smurf-ly right. πŸ™‚ Nothing wrong with that.)

3 thoughts on “On Unwritten Tales

  1. (Nice topic)

    How did Doctor Solaris know that the Quantum Proability Matrix was going to generate the Crystal Hydra next to the stove, so that he positioned Master Mind next it? Other than that, I loved the story. Especially the discussion regarding the mating habits of floating Anti-Time Jellyfish on Caerdroia IV.

  2. That was a fun scene to write! Hold on, let me pull the file off the hard drive….

    Ah, yes, here it is. And I’ll have to quote more than a single sentence, unfortunately. So, a whole paragraph! 😎

    The trick, Doctor Solaris knew, to using the Quantum Probability Matrix properly had everything to do with the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and absolutely nothing to do with luck. Luck was something that happened to other people randomly. The Heisenberg principle happened to everyone invariably. It was the very act of observation that forced the universe to decide, to transform a mere probability into a concrete possibility. In this instance, Solaris needed the concrete.

    Metaphysical technobabble! Does that make it “metaphysibabble”?

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