2017 task for Kenneth Udut – integrate from positive to negative infinity but…

2017 task:  Integrate from negative infinity to positive infinity everything that has ever happened and everything that will ever happen while patting yourself on the head and skipping integration for 17 “integration units” (whatever they may be because it won’t be measured in time because this is a simultaneous, instantaneous function (unless it is an algorithm, which I prefer and the process perhaps takes places from a pocket universe although that’s kind of cheating, rather than doing it “in situ”, including the situ) whenever there is an incomplete chemical reaction that creates an imbalance of charge that causes static electricity to group masses together prior to gravity so that the particles have an opportunity to have independent existences rather than finding themselves in the center of large gravitationally attracted ‘stuff’ for a change, and see what they’ve on their own after the integration is complete that differs from the Universe you knew, which you’ll have no trouble doing because… you’ll have all the time in the world.  -Kenneth Udut 2017/01/01

Original: “Integrate from negative infinity to positive infinity everything that has ever happened and everything that will ever happen. Done and done.” -Don Parker 2017/01/01

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