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"Foldable horizon"

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Photo: Maarten Zeehandelaar

The latest achievement in reality engineering is the foldable horizon. By bending the outsides upwards the horizon is now able to slope upwards for miles, thus allowing for a much more efficient use of space. Sadly our genetically backward brain fails to accommodate this altered reality, so we perceive it as flat, linear. The risk in that is our tendency to overrule objective reality with our subjective one. This causes things on the horizon to be pushed over its edge, for example fleets and the smaller islands of the Atlantic Ocean, which causes massive collateral damage. Last week several large skyscrapers were pushed into a suburban area causing several thousand deaths. But these glitches will be ironed out, I assure you. We are working on a mass lobotomy programme that will, by our estimate, have everyone, everything I mean, sorted out in a jiffy.

Text by: Wibo Kosters

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