Yeah, there’s patterns in there that randomly emerged that remained even when I overlaid a second video with sound out of sync. I was surprised.

Yeah, there’s patterns in there that randomly emerged that remained even when I overlaid a second video with sound out of sync. I was surprised.

I made it by hand so it’s not computer random but “me random”

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Believed I had a vortex shattering idea like a Time Lord… but my beating heart said “no, human.” and I cried the tears of a thousand moons realizing once again “still human”.

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Unfortunately knew enough about the wind sheer to be afraid the penny would fly up instead and smack me in the face. But I did flatten a penny on railroad tracks once. I was an adult by then but still, mission accomplished.

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I’m afraid to write fiction because I suspect it’d be over the top stuff like this. :) and thank you!

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I forget which Doctor it was, but one of them especially loved giving over-the-top emotional speeches like this and I loved it. [actually come to think of it, I think they all had their moments]

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The Doctor is definitely over the top. That’s what I love about the character. I started watching at 6.5 with my grandmother (who was a sci-fi/fantasy/science lover) and continued watching after she moved on to other things.

Lone fan in a place where nobody else even heard of Doctor Who and no internet yet to join up with people.

Then 1989 came and suddenly, the show was gone. Forever. Never to return. Yet I had hope. For 15 years I made do with Sliders, Quantum Leap, even Time Cop.. Whatever I could. Highlander, Stargate SG-1 – all similar themes. But nothing could replace the Doctor. I didn’t do the books or audio though. Only the TV.

15 years. 1989-2004. No way it was ever going to return. But I kept hope. When Amy was mad at her raggety-man, I understand completely. I related so much to her at that moment because I really was “the boy who waited”

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Thank you :) I just never had the nerve. I don’t read fiction, haven’t in a long time. I’m picky about fiction I consume, being a total science nut, always trying to get to the bottom of things, always trying to understand “what’s lies beneath” things, the next thing is just out of reach but I try to make bridges to get there somehow and keep learning.

I don’t know if I could do plots or characters or scenery. But moments — moments are something I understand. The fleetingness of them. The impact of them. How time almost stops as experience quickens the pace of experiential record-keeping, in the way a high speed film seems to slow down time upon playback. That aspect I I could do. But the rest, I’ve never really tried. Seems like a lot of organization required.

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On a lark a few years ago, I published a few books as a sort of joke to myself on Amazon… just to understand the process of going from start to finish without all the hassle of getting too emotionally invested in my work.

Truly nothing worth buying there; it’s not false modesty. they were pure experiments on my part.

But I know if I was to do it, or if some else wanted to do it and needed my advice, I could give it. I like understanding systems and processes. One of my obsessions.

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There’s nothing like it. I know sci-fi/fantasy fans who love all sorts of things but either don’t understand, don’t like or outright can’t stand Doctor Who. They don’t ‘get it’. It doesn’t fit their mold. And, that’s ok. It’s not for everybody. But those that ‘get’ the Doctor, get it.

Lorax Approves. I know this for I am the Kenneth Udut who speaks for the Lorax who speaks for the Trees who speak when they creak under my feet as the floorboards buried deep beneath the dust in the attic space of my mind.

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Supernova. Center of. Everything’s fine ’til I say fuck it and create a bunch of new shit that didn’t exist before by big booming.

multi-layered systemic emergent. Nicely done.

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My house. I just about live on this back lanai as close to the outdoors as I can get reasonably and be on my laptop. So yeah, I understand.

Figured out once how to get LIDAR translated into Minecraft.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=065C3vEXNkw

But yeah – trees are great. They filter the air for us nicely, they sacrifice themselves by not complaining or screaming when we cut them down too loudly.

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Human bones make great tree food too. Humans help when we can.

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How ’bout this: Dog eats human bones. Tree eats dog bones, thereby eating both dog and human bones. Next human cuts down tree. Makes wooden bowl. Puts soup in it out of chicken bone broth. So human eats chicken dog human tree bone.

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My heart sank. I cried the tears of a thousand trees slaughtered for the mill to be steamed and pressed and glued into computer desks and entertainment centers, identities lost in the chipping, their stories rendered neverwere and I stood beneath the final tree as the last dead leaf drifted down towards the ground, only to be sucked into the impeller of the chainsaw I wielded and only then did I bring it down.

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I always thought a decent low energy wifi network could be created using tree roots and branches. They already have the capillaries upon which our wires are basically based upon ultimately. They’ve got minerals in the soil around their roots, which form an underground network with grounding. Salt water carries electricity, and minerals-in-soil-with-water=fertilizer in soil around trees (along with organics of course). So, in theory, seems possible to at least get few MPS out of trees networks.

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60s anime man. Wasn’t even called japanimation then. Just “cartoon from Japan”.

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This is why I don’t write fiction. It’s not that I can’t handle criticism, I just find it irritating, but thank you.

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It’s fine. It was just a run-on sentence output for a particular comment in a thread that seemed ok that I copied/pasted to here for others to see. Everything you write online is publishing and like what most writers go through, doesn’t make any money.

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