Tuesday, October 12, 2010


"… A scrambed set of scenes, accurate but lacking instances that would reveal the chronology and enough geographical reference to locate the supporting context. Even the verb tense usage tends to confuse the casual reader. I would have to conclude the obscuration was intentional and served a critically important goal of the disclosure."

Its as if the confusion of the reader was intentional and carefully modulated to retain interest without disclosing certain themes prematurely, she thought. The pieces tended to self-organize over time.  In the beginning they discovered that a logical partial sequence before the team's interaction was probably just coincidence.

There was one word from the readout that really stuck in her head, disclosure. When had they decided that these electronic documents were willfully made available at this point in time.  Further, it appears, disclosed to them and only them, so far? 

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