56802[Girl Genius] Re: Der Kestle's Mind games
- Jul 2, 2008--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Thomas Sounness"
>(positronically charged bipolar slate/platinum amalgam's on aI'll go for a GG-world version of the F4H fighter - nicknamed Rhino -
> magnetic hypercylinder anyone?)
, about which have been said (if I am not mistaken): "Give it enough
power and a brick will fly." ;-)
And then I'll remind you about Von Mekkhan's word: "In my
experience, a strong Heterodyne will take about two hours to truly
warp the laws of nature." Do we agree that there were more than
enough strong Heterodyne in history to create semi-intelligent self-
powered bricks that can assemble into a bridge?
(Maybe the inspiration of Oggie's brick's note? ref:
I know another way of making bricks fly, but you wouldn't like it:
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