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So what do we do now, I asked.
"As little as possible, presumably," I replied, "so we don't disturb the fabric of time."
I agreed.
What you can do, I said to me, is tell me where you've been. I mean when I've been.
"Okay," I spoke slowly, thinking "But where to begin...?"
At the beginning, I pointed out helpfully.
"And where is that?" I asked.
We laughed.
Of course there's another possibility, I said.
"Oh?"
That we've moved into an alternative universe.
"Where different space-time rules apply. It's possible."
Anything's possible, we said.
Thank goodness, anything at all.

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    Drew Martyn about 2 months ago

    and if anyone understands any of this I'd be happy to be told...

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    Jeff Taylor about 2 months ago

    Looks perfectly sane to me Drew ๐Ÿ˜Š Keep going!! And watch out for causality. It really doesn't like being messed with ๐Ÿ˜‰ Seriously though, Great drabble. Keep Going ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    Neville Hunt about 2 months ago

    This is very thought-provoking Drew. I can get my head around the fact that weโ€™re all molecules and atoms, essentially more electronic/energy than chemical, and thus duplicable (If such a word exists... and if it didnโ€™t, it does now) but I struggle with mass duplication. In truth, Iโ€™m a mental mess. This series should be a good mental gym for me.๐Ÿ™‚

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    Drew Martyn about 2 months ago

    Thanks Jeff and Neville.
    I'm wondering if this little series can be done backwards Jeff? I was about to say that maybe that would do away with causality, but of course it wouldn't, would it.

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