~draft13

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Alternate career choices: Anthropologist, Chief Librarian, and rock star. Cis male, He/him.

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Re: Telling an interesting story in an existing historical context. 2 years ago

From Robert Johnson to ~jameschip/rpg-design

This reminds me of a TV show on HBO where it was a family drama with a 
nuclear fallout as a back drop. I think it was called "Years and Years".

Project Genesis 2 years ago

From Robert Johnson to ~draft13/project-bonsai-announce

I was watching a "documentary" on Aliens and how there is a universal conscienceless. 
A sense of oneness was communicated and that Aliens would have to be inherently peaceful. 
That was really nice, and I kept watching.

In the middle of watching this movie, a claim was made that really intrigued me. 
A test was done at a reputable university were a plant was placed in a corner of a pitch black room. 
In the middle of the room, a light was position that would randomly point at each corner. 
This light was controlled by a random number generator.

The claim: the plant, needing more light to survive, would affect the random number generator 
to increase the amount of light it received. There was data that did seem to allude that the 
plant did, in fact, affect the random number generator.

The implication of that experiment had my mind exploding with ideas.