Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The world of the purple sky

The professor went missing three weeks ago. Prior to his disappearance, he was conducting yet another of his secretive experiments, which he described as being his “most amazing discovery”. We were all skeptical.

On the night he disappeared, a purple haze enveloped the sky, stretching beyond the horizon. It drew us to his home, but we could find nothing. Even his house had disappeared.

From that day on, the sky was draped in that cursed purple hue. We never managed to find the professor. He had vanished from the face of the earth, lost to an unknown space and time.


Benedict said...

is this the end of the story? The story is one of space and time, and the prof had teleported the world into fragments of spacetime?

The Negative Man said...

Well, actually the other part is the end of the story. But well, yes, the story has ended.

There was actually little point to the story, except for the concept of "reversal of perspectives".

Which is, in short, about the invalidity of the conventional perspective.