Tripart Convergence Essay

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“The Tri-Part Convergence”

Silent and still like a rock.
Silent, always withholding, never forgetting.
What was me has become a rock. I guard my mind, shields of psychic armor. They batter me down, he blasts me. He attachs the chinks, he flashes images of her and of faces not seen in centuries. He tries to appeal to part of me which he ascertains must still be human. But the walls are higher and more numerous than even he can possibly imagine.
“Human” has no relevance when the body is gone, when physical need is diminished, when individuality is marked only by an intuitive sense of one another’s “colors,” or auras, if you will, and by the retention of one’s last bastion of autonomy: memory. John Locke insisted that continuous
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I must preserve the story, if not for future generations, should they arise, if just for myself to remember what once was.
I must confess that adopting a critical and objective mental perspective after viewing the terrors of disaster first hand may be impossible, if not inappropriate. But losing myself in the panic which overtook even my most stolid of colleagues can do none of us any good, if good can be said to emerge from destruction. So, I harden myself from my tears and bury my loss in the caverns of my soul. None shall know them for they are my own.
Magnetic Shifts and Global Realignment
Scientists, for centuries, had been aware of the gradual shift in the earth’s magentic field, and many speculated about the possible changes such shifts might have on the overall climate of our world. Most were dismissive of the threat, either to protect their own fragile psyches from the realities of what could be, or to quell widespread fear and panic among the people. Many examples of such dismissiveness abounded during the time of the discovery; I quote one as representative of the whole body of dialogue, taken from an early twenty-first century popular science magazine Nova, highly respected among

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