SW10/HCC: Powernaut 2005 #1 through #3: Who Is The Powernaut?

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Fri Apr 27 18:58:49 PDT 2012

On 4/27/2012 1:24 PM, Andrew Perron wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 03:18:23 +0000 (UTC), Scott Eiler wrote:
>> Parts 1 - 3 of a 4-issue mini-series.  Part 4 will also be aimed at High
>> Concept Challenge, and I'll probably get it in this weekend!
>> http://www.eilertech.com/stories/powernaut/2005.htm

Powernaut 2005 might need a text feature:  Help, S.O.S.!  Andrew P., 
you're on the line...

> Innnnnnnteresting.  I don't think I quite get fractal time, tho.

"Hello, Andrew.  I'm not sure *anyone* gets fractal time.  I've never 
heard the concept seriously discussed.  Even among fiction buffs I've 
heard talk of fractal dimensions - and still not fractal time.  I may 
actually have invented the concept.  Fractal time *does* explain a lot 
of things about the Powernaut.

"That timeline I drew is like a road map for time.  Each sideways shift 
goes into an alternate universe.  Each reverse shift goes back in time 
to start over.

"For example, if you look closely just to the right of 1954 where 1955 
should be, and you drew a line straight up from there, you'd find the 
Powernaut's history crosses the line forward twice and backward once. 
Backward was a reality shift; the second forward crossing was PowerTEEN. 
  And PowerTEEN is nowhere near the flat line at the bottom, so he's not 
part of our reality.

"For another example, look at 1962.  It's nowhere near the flat line 
either, but it's closer than 1955.  At least it had the real Powernaut. 
  But that rocket we flew to Mars then is still not part of the flat 
line history which normal people live.  I'm privileged to have shared a 
lot of the Powernaut's history, so I've seen his incredible worlds.

"Since the line is fractal, there are always more changes.  That's 
happening even to the flat line now, which we all experience.  If the 
Powernaut were here, he'd be able to deal with it better than the 
present-day heroes have."


Thus concludes the first episode of Help, S.O.S.  If I spend more time 
on it, that'll be procrastinating.  8{C>

>> Click at the bottom to like it anew - please!  I still have proof that
>> seventeen people on Facebook liked Powernaut 1955, but I liked the new
>> page too soon and Facebook no longer lets me talk to the fans of the old
>> page.
> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, MAYBE. SURE.

Hooray!  Andrew P. is the Powernaut's Pal, just like his grandpa Andrew 
P. was in 1954!

(signed) Scott Eiler  8{D> -------- http://www.eilertech.com/ ---------

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