Heisenberg (1901-76): there is no definite initial point of view from
which radiate routes into all fields of the perceptible...all perception
must...be suspended over an unfathomable depth. When we talk about reality,
we never start at the beginning. We begin with the ferns out my window.
Like a thief in the night I will pull one up, examine the dirt, the round
clinging nuts, if there are any. The dampness. Careful to avoid any poison
ivy. This is summer, my friend, in Midland, Michigan.
I believe most associate linear fiction with a beginning,
middle and enda form now known as the conflict, crisis, resolution
model. A model of the normal curve but skewed right. Think of the curve
for orgasm and you will have it. I have a biological take on the pleasures