And on that note…
I will usher in a new system better than the last.
Change is a very rare opportunity, and when it comes lightly many forget to use it to their advantage. Change is a catalyst that allows for self reflection and improvement, too often do I see people simply ride the waves and waste the valuable pocket’s change.
There is no greater feat than that of those who can take the smallest details and turn them profound on a dime.
Anyway, the technical stuff for those who know:
MK 9: Tri-system ego
MK 10: rebuild of ODTM from the ground up and additive dynamics.
MK 11: Accelerated Multi-Variable Handling.
MK 12: dynamic dimensional systems locking and force accelerated runtime environments (ie quantum parallel thought ghosting tier2).
(Planned) MK 13-15:
-conscious subego selective parallelism
-temporal mechanics (partially implemented)
-parralex RT acceleration
-rebuilt system external scanner
Stars in a dusty sky
Bright star Markab anchors this dusty skyscape. At the top right corner of the frame, Markab itself marks a corner of an asterism known as the Great Square, found within the boundaries of the constellation Pegasus, the flying horse. The wide and deep telescopic view rides along for some 5 degrees or about 10 times the angular diameter of the Full Moon, with blue reflection nebulae scattered around the scene. And even though this line-of-sight looks away from the plane of our Milky Way galaxy, it covers a region known to be filled with nearby molecular clouds. The associated dust clouds, high latitude galactic cirrus, are less than 1,000 light-years distant. Still apparent, but far beyond the Milky Way, are background galaxies, like the prominent edge-on spiral NGC 7497 near picture center.
Image credit: & copyright: John Davis