Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Assessing Guion

(i) If the date of publication of a play changed, then why did the recorded date not change accordingly? Can an event change without affecting subsequent events?

(ii) Everard affects a lot of other people so he sounds like Lorenzo de Conti.

(iii) Things happen to him so he sounds like Keith Denison.

(iv) Guion has to investigate whether (i), (ii) and (iii) are somehow connected.

(v) An event might have a cause in another timeline or no cause. For practical purposes, these propositions might be indistinguishable.

(vi) How are disruptive factors like the Exaltationists connected with coherent chaos?

(vii) It always feels as if we are about to learn more.

1 comment:

Sean M. Brooks said...

Kaor, Paul!

And, again, I wonder if time traveling is even POSSIBLE? Or, because of H.G. Wells and his successors using that theme, once the IDEA of time traveling became known, will it someday be proven to actually be possible to time travel?