The Polymath



The Polymath

A Polymath who believes that dreams are nothing more than complex matrices of amino acids, becomes involved in their synthesis.

After much hesitation and many false starts (employing old concepts and new realities), he achieves his quintessential creation:


The image originally occupying a finite space, perhaps the size of a grain of sand, begins to expand indefinitely until it finally encompasses and supplants (or becomes one with) the Polymath’s corner of the world.


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