Pre-Post Post 3

Today’s color is #d42194

Three Questions + Four Creative* Lines (I have discovered that this is my favored method):

When does a story end? And can we see our lives as stories? Are we but actors in MANY STORIES AND ARE ALIVE IN THE STORIES THAT REMAIN. But that is not true, we remember stories, and we remember facts, and sometimes characters are greater than the stories they appear in. Sometimes we are people, but few remember us a such, for we do not speak, and we do not hear; we are as real to them as the words on the paper.

I’ve been feeling poetic recently, and eventually, I shall reach a point where what I produce is true poetry and not the ramblings of a mad man.
But I am not insane or crazy; I must simply put parts of my understanding aside to reach something deeper. And until I know what to put aside, I shall speak as a mad man does.

Can we create an algorithm for how to start a story? This information must be communicated; this must be communicated only if, and this shouldn’t be communicated unless. Use words such as, or maybe not for language changes in it’s meaning, and use more or less fluff depending on {x,y,z} factors. DO we want this to exist? A tool so that we can communicate our worlds more easily? Or do we want it to be difficult? Is it simply that writers would rather write than come up with something like this? Are they more focused on the chaotic creative element and do not want constraints? I do not know what I do know is that the beginning of a story is where many fall, while the story is still worth telling.

How much pressure can we use to send water through a pipe, lets say a pipe that is 6 meters long and has an internal circumference of 1 meter squared, while having it remain in liquid form. Let us assume we have an unlimited supply of water and can choose how much water we are using and how much pressure we want to apply but the pipe must be filled with the water. How would we do so?

Wow, that was, kinda, not good. Just the last one though, the previous ones had some potential, but the last one… I’ll stop for today.

One comment

  1. Here’s the classic algorithm: Once upon a time, there was . . .
    And what do you mean by use. We can place it under tremendous pressure, but it would only compress so much, which is not much at all.

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