Saturday, February 4, 2012

Flow my Tears, the Policeman Said by Philip K. Dick

"The exclusiveness of space, we've earned, is only a function of the brain as it handles perception. It regulates data in terms of mutually restrictive space units. Millions of them, trillions, theoretically, in fact. But in itself, space does not exist at all." (page 40)

"Do you now see what happened to Taverner? He passed over an universe in which he didn't exist. And we passed over with him because we're objects of his percept system. And then when the drug wore off he passed back again." (page 842)

"No nights are black enough for those that in despair their last fortune deplore." (page 736)

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