Stumblin' in the neon glow

It's speaking in a secret alphabet too.

Download parameter file glow.loo

Well this is day four or something of the orbit counting sin()-cos() discovery. Who would ever have thought that something that had previously only produced junk could ever be so useful as this?

There's more. All we ever touch is the tip of the iceberg. The more we discover the more we realize that the tip is bigger than we thought.

There's an oceanic or marine biology project going on right now that's discovering amazing things in the ocean. New research technology combined with a nice chunk of cash is revealing more of the wonders of our planet.

There aren't enough taxonomists (or not enough money) to name all the stuff they've found so far. Whole species, nameless.

Some fish have been tracked electronically and found to be very busy. They swim like 12 feet per second for a whole month and cover something like 40 billion miles or something incredible like that.

What about Sterlingware? Who will be those ragged claws scuttling across the floors of silent seas?

Have we seen the deep sea creatures of the fractal world's abyssal plain? No light, high pressure, some live independently of the Sun.

The tip of the iceberg, the shadows of reality, who dares to call themself "knowledgeable?"

"All I know is that I know nothing." Even that's an exaggeration.

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