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Remembering Laputa

The Laputans found composing plays to be far too
practical and randomness, itself, excessively ordered.
Yet they accomplished the most complex tasks by
seemingly random actions, which depended upon a perfect
utilization of the butterfly effect. Before the concept
of order or the measurement of time, it was not uncommon
for Laputans to inhabit mirages, in order to better
appreciate the more substantial world of illusion and shadow.
Some dwelled invisibly in ancient cities which had
long since vanished from the Earth.

Among the Laputans it was not considered true that a
house built of metaphors was not as strong as a house
built of straw. It had been said since time immemorial
that a house built of metaphors was stronger than a
house built of bricks and mortar. It’s not known if
they meant this metaphorically or literally.

But it has been noted that the Laputans left no relics
or artifacts of their past glory and were said to have
had no shadows. This absence of evidence for the
existence of the Laputans is, in fact, the most
enduring monument to the greatness of their achievements.

Viruses and bacteria were honored as homeless beings
seeking food and shelter and as great spiritual
teachers. Laputans abhorred any use of force by the government
or by Nature, herself, and spent their days
from time immemorial attempting to abolish
the forces of gravitation and electromagnetism,
seeking to substitute a susurration of tautologies.

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  • Legends
  • Jun 10, 2007
  • English

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