Recommended Posts

I have hit this odd dry spell with writing lately (quite thoroughly distracted by some new paints). I'll work harder to get posts out this week, I think I've found a balance with my son during the day? 


I just apparently need more organizing and self-discipline. :D

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Posts

    •   I don't think the indestructibility of cuendillar implies the absolute rigidity of its molecular structure. We know that the True Power can destroy cuendillar, and we are told that it absorbs any force attempting to break it.   To me, this implies that cuendillar's atomic or molecular structure is more like memory foam instead of a rock. You can apply force in an attempt to change or break its bonds, but it will just return to its normal state. Of course, the threshold of force necessary to even change those bonds is probably very high to begin with.
    • I've been singing a good fourteen years, give or take.  And thanks!   And I did sing about a farm in that little clip--I sang about Parliament.   
      I'll be singing another set of songs soon--although, alas, none of the songs will be about a farm, although I'm quite sure many farmers and farmhands will have sung said songs.    I'll figure things out and give y'all something worthy--my talents are not only in my vocal skills (or lack thereof) and my other musical skills--apart from music, my skill is probably in writing--and I will employ it here.  I can't tell you how dull writing a dissertation can get sometimes--but on the other hand, writing something creative is magnificent--even if you're just writing to yourself and have invented someone to talk to in formulating your thoughts, it's like your character runs away from you, you just become a typist.
    • Day Four:  Guess the Animal ==============   # 10:   
      # 11:  
      # 12:
    • That's the end of Round Three, and here are the answers. # 7:     Answer: A Llama   Unfortunately, no one guessed this one correctly.     # 8:   Answer: A Reindeer (or Caribou)   Unfortunately, no one guessed this one correctly.     # 9:   Answer: A Giraffe   Congratulations to @blank, @Cross, @Kaylee, @Mashiara Sedai, and @Ryrin  for their correct guess!
      At the end of Round Three, the score is as follows: ================ @blank                  5 @Kaylee                5 @Cross                  4 @Mashiara Sedai    2 @Ryrin                   1
      Lots of time to make guesses. On to Round Three!
    • If cuendillar truly cannot bend or break...  Then pushing on one end will move the other end exactly simultaneously.   If it had any give at all then a large enough force could bend or break it.  If it had any give at all, it would behave like regular matter, and pushing on one end of a cuendillar stick would move the atoms that make it up infinitesimally closer until the pressure wave reached the end of the rod and restored it to its original size.   But if nothing breaks or bends it, then the atoms don't move closer when you push it.  There's not a pressure wave going down its length.  Every atom along its entire length moves in sync, staying exactly the same distance from the others.   You've got yourself a faster-than-light communication stick.   There's not a lot that could be used for that would impress people in the Third Age, but faster than light communication, even over short distances, could do some neat things for us.   Assuming we take everybody at their word on cuendillar's properties, anyway.