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Scion fixation (son fixation) is science fiction….
- The science fiction writer (father) creates a viable alternate reality.
- The life of the science fiction story (son) is prophetic.
Telling this story places the writer at the center of conscience….
Consciousness functions in a way that goes beyond the individual. It reflects those things which are part of the self back to oneself. It attributes self consciousness to the act of becoming aware. And so, it becomes self aware (conscience).
We have become as God and Adam walking within Eden….
One story idea flows into another [all one story]. But then there are also vast differences that seem to suggest yet a different story. I try to tie them together with a single mental invention (a single SciFi). However, I often throw in pieces of others as well. And sometimes (yeah), I stumble on new insights!
I wonder if I should publish them. The pieces. The outlines. The story ideas. The insights. On the one hand, I’m afraid someone will steal them (a story idea might belongs to a writer… but new insights on culture, etc., belong to the culture). On the other hand, this may be as good as I get for a while. And it may be interesting to others (to someone, anyway) how a SciFi writer comes about (rather than how a STORY comes about).
I always thought it was all about sitting down and starting a story at point ‘a’ and continuing to write until one reached the end. THIS process isn’t much like that at all (exploring new worlds etc).
My Getting Things Done program turned into this but THAT was hardly even a program anymore (just start times, a label, end times… a punch card). I seriously doubt, then, that this will turn into a story. I got a very few quotable notes from the GTD program (at best) and made some lists (at worst). I have no idea what I want to get from this (A conversation? An invention?).