From: Paul Westermeyer <westermeyer.3@???.edu> Date: Wed, 20 Dec 1995 10:17:31 -0500 Subject: Re: Astrogation in the Flow...
>>Hello all, >> >> I was sitting at work today when something occured to me. How in >>the nine hells do you navigate in the flow? I think that in the rule books >>it says something about not being able to see spheres until you're right on >>top of them because phlogiston isn't completely transparent. That has puzzled me as well. How do you even know if your in the correct flow river? Perhaps different areas of the flow have a different overall all color that tells you which part of the flow your in. Anyone have any rationales on this? "We look on the same stars, the sky is common, the same world surrounds us. What difference does it make by what pains each seeks the truth? We can not attain to so great a secret by one road..." Symmachus, "Memorial on the Occasion of the Removal of the Altar of Victory from the Senate House" (392 AD) westermeyer.3@???.edu Paul William Westermeyer
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