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Comment #1 posted on 2022-09-29 12:19:53 by one_of_spoons
Good story. Convincing, consistent style and tone. The soundscape further imbues this scene with atmospheric oxides, metallic and otherwise. Imagination is a cognitive facility; combined with real world observation and practice, it can save us from dull compliance, and replication of deluded privilege .
Comment #2 posted on 2022-09-29 12:37:10 by ClaudioM
Really enjoyed the story and looking forward to hear more on this.
Comment #3 posted on 2022-09-29 13:19:33 by Ken Fallon
I loved this
More of this type of thing !
Comment #4 posted on 2022-09-29 21:25:34 by Mechatroniac
Thank you for the comments, I probably won't do more like this for a while because of the effort involved lol... this one has been on the burner for a long while. But it relates to stuff I will be talking about later on self-assembly so I felt the need to get it out.
Comment #5 posted on 2022-09-30 13:09:35 by brian-in-ohio
Great episode! Watever the interval keep them coming.
Comment #6 posted on 2022-10-27 05:48:14 by Some Guy On The Internet
I love HPR for its diversity. This type of show sounds like it was a lot of work, but it’s fantastic. If you were to do a future show of this type or continue the story, lower the music a bit. It was difficult to hear in some places. I also would love some more backstory on why the x86 (certain die size) chips were destroyed. I know you said a neutron star caused it, and I’m not looking for something super scientific, I just like more story. Thanks again for the show.
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