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Digilife

By Timothy Geigner

Copyright 2011

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Digilife

By Timothy Geigner


Chapter 1: Warrenville, IL


Digital mechanics predicts that, for every continuous symmetry of physics, there will be some microscopic process that violates that symmetry. - Edward Fredkin


Artificial Intelligence is no match for natural stupidity. - Marcus Fetzer


He should never have agreed to move.

Andrew Ferry concentrated on the highway signs as his jeep bounced down I-88, heading farther and farther away from Chicago and proper civilization. Everything around him was green and blue, trees and skies, with hardly a two-story building on the horizon. The airport was forty-five minutes behind them and the only break of the monotony now was the occasional auto dealership and townhouse developments that looked like manufactured clones.

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