Published: Saturday, 20 May 2017
'NOTHING HUMAN MAKES IT OUT OF THE NEAR FUTURE'
24th June 2011
It is worth noting that, in general, an empire, being based on the enslavement of other nations, is especially likely to be hostile to anything that can give its slaves any insight into a bigger reality. And just as an empire wants to falsify the history of its enslaved peoples so that they cannot remember when they were free, so does an empire want to falsify reality so that its enslaved peoples cannot find their way to freedom.
— Kurt Johmann, Big Bang Bunk, 2000
(You really ought to read this; you'll never believe in the Big Bang again. You can find the meaning of every word in this story simply by Googling 'dictionary word' and greatly expanding your vocabulary.)
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