This planet is being eaten

The transcripts of Bern Hijkl’s recounted journeys by way of the Calculix are hard to reconcile.  I had to remind myself that they were the product of controlled research, conducted by reputable scientists and overseen by Dr. LeVram himself. Bern describes scenes that to him are as real as any place, though their plot and … Continue reading This planet is being eaten

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Unbottled

Had I convinced Imagine that I was on her side, that she could trust me with her story?  I waited for days and then weeks without hearing from her. I pursued other lines of investigation, gathering information on the early development of the Calculix.  It began with research on entopic light, which is related to … Continue reading Unbottled

Imagine Summer

Her name was Imagine Summer.  She was one of LeVram’s graduate students during the early work on the Calculix.  She stands out in memory not least because of her nearly purple eyes that I’d gaze at as I passed her in the hallway.  I liked to pretend she was pretending not to notice me.  A … Continue reading Imagine Summer

LeVram’s Masterwork

What exactly is the Calculix? Those who claim to have seen it describe the object as an irregularly shaped construct of component pieces joined at odd angles, sometimes glowing, often with a repeating motif of lines or circles that seem to scale to infinity.  It is at least three-dimensional, if not more.  Fractal, but not … Continue reading LeVram’s Masterwork

The Calculix , Part 1

There are people who claim to have been through the rift, a transient crease in time’s pace that assembles events in random configurations, often with bizarre consequences.  The only way it's possible is if the Calculix is real. It’s not any crazier than believing the laws of the universe are true and have had their … Continue reading The Calculix , Part 1