Thursday, January 26, 2006

Peli Grietzer, don't ever change:
An idea for a science-fiction novel to be written fourteen years ago:

A young sociologist decides to explore the reason why so many of the era's most celebrated art laments the inability to experience strong, sweeping emotions. With the help of a neurologist friend, he discovers the reason is biological: intense emotional experiences have fulfilled their evolutionary function and grown redundant, and they will disappear over the coming hundred years.

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