By the most puissant Nightbane's command

 

All was in readiness for the upcoming mission, this mission had been eagerly anticipated for the rarity of the conjunction that would visible from the space platform's telescope.  The scientists and theologians alike were atwitter with excitement.  One group to test some obscure Einsteinian theory, the other to note the grand order of the god's.  Various filters and magnetometers would be recording the glorious event.

All was going swimmingly as data and photographs were recorded, sorted and catalogued for future study and many an erudite lecture to the initiated.   Good heavens above what is this! The last combination to be filmed and recorded shows not the serene and sublime but the planets conjoining show signs of strife, turmoils and fire while in the space of supposed emptiness between is some baneful thing seeming to relish the foments and chaos.

 

      So now science must ponder something not concrete nor bound in realms of the equations.  Theologians too must adjust to the face and its implications is inimical or beneficent what bodes the portents.

 

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Comments (7)

  1. TomasSISI

    I’m not sure what you are saying, but you do know that the old theory of ether has now been proven to be so. There are connections between the planets and stars and clusters and space dust. Something we were told couldn’t be so, and now IS. Back to the drawing board but I think I’m feeling too tired to study it all again.

    March 22, 2016
    1. SEC

      Just thinking how preconcieved notions regularly bump into data that upsets the applecart

      March 22, 2016
      1. TomasSISI

        That way, it seems related to my comment. But that is what my study of his art reminded me of. The connection now found throughout space.

        March 22, 2016
        1. SEC

          His art tends to be provocative

          March 22, 2016
          1. TomasSISI

            Quite so. Not to put him down, I just prefer what LouieLouie was doing with fractals and miss seeing them. My little Chromebook won’t allow me to work with the same programs she used. Need to go back to Microsoft, Darn it.

            March 22, 2016
            1. Nightbane

              Provacative, is it?
              @ Tom, she uses several other sorts as well as a summat like this programme. Most of the others have no preview and not much for instructions. i’ve never care for mandelbrot based types, they are difficult to use and do not yield results in good order as well as having no preiview pane to see what one is making. i don’t mind waiting ten minutes for next adjustment to resolve inasmuch as I can see in preview pane is near what I’m after. can’t do that with other sorts I’d tried.
              and, as you’d noted, other programmes need full computer and to be on direct current, they will drain batteries in short order on even large and state of the art laptop. Also not sufficient resource to work the programme in smaller machines, some will not even load the programmes as they are too large for laptops and smaller.
              I like flame fractals, I like the nebulous, organic, misty quality of them.

              March 22, 2016
          2. SEC

            Yes milor NB provocative

            March 22, 2016
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