The universe is not only strange but stranger than we can imagine

Breaking Point

Epigraph, Chapter Three, Project Maldon

Economics says the more of something there is, the cheaper it is. Thus air (until recently) was free, while diamonds commanded a high price. The same principle applies to human life. With twelve billion people swarming the globe, life is cheaper than it used to be. How much cheaper we are still discovering

Breaking Point, A collection of essays on Post Millennial topics. Henrikus Grobius Jr.

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  1. “Fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth.” Albert CamusCan you tell me where this appears in print, or when and where it was spoken?

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