The Ultimate Debate - Presentation
Part 1: Childhood Of Great Master Sun Moi
Part 2: Sun Moi's Test With Ogox
Part 3: Great Destruction
Part 4: The Awakening Of Ogox
Part 5: Unique City
Part 6: Avima's Morning
Part 7: Dinner On Mars
Part 8: Agent Omega
Part 9: Conflict
Part 10: Mirrored Room
Part 11: Pierre The Fifth Concert
Part 12: Robot Historian Jin Kai
Part 13: Cobol's Identity
Part 14: Confrontation
Part 15: Rebirth Of Sun Moi
Part 16: The Port Abandoned by The Ocean
Part17: Discussion with Plato
Part 18: Texture of The Unique City
Part 19: The Day the Earth Stood Still
Part 20: Lunch at The Balloon
Part 21: First Conversation with Su-Mo
Part 22: Childhood of Albatross
Part 23: Illegal Clinic
Part 24: Tears In The Fabric Of The City
“It's a good story, but I don't know how it can help our case," Ogox said.
“You don't necessarily have to take a lesson; you can put forward new and more creative forms of struggle with the inspiration it has given you. But if you think you need more clear and direct information, I can't help you."Albatross said.
“Yes, I need more,” Ogox answered.
“Let me think for a minute, man,” said Albatross. They started walking along the canal.
“I think Albatross have more to say,” said Ogox.
"All creative minds exhibit unusual behavior. Because they see opportunities that others don't see. They combine dots and create something else. And suddenly the flow of history changes.” Albatross said.
"I hope you're ready to share this with us now,” said Ogox, staring carefully at the face of the Albatross.
Albatross decided that he should not cheat more and said, “The crooks are talking about the torn areas of the map. There are tears in the texture of the Unique City. Entry doors where continuity is impaired, external intervention to codes is possible. They say that the size of the tears has increased recently, and the time to cover them with patches is extended. No one's been able to use this weakness yet, but if we can do this first, we'll be shooting the bull in the eye, my friends.” said Albatross.
“Just now, when we saw the ducks floating on land, did we see an entrance door? Oglena asked.
Ogox was busy evaluating whether interference in the texture of reality was possible. The most important feature that distinguishes the unique city from its counterparts was that time and space continuity since all known laws of nature was applied without compromise. There was neither teleportation nor time travel on the Unique City. The software of the Unique City did not include any such heavy violations of the fabric of space-time, including free flight, avatar usage, death and resurrection that was standard in other virtual worlds. The adaptation of the rules of the world to the Unique City was not limited to physics, chemistry, and biology, but also to law. Although in line with the preferences of the inhabitants of the city, the police force responsible for enforcing legal sanctions did not appear on streets, it was a fact that the police force fell upon those who seriously violated others' rights. The penal systematics were uncompromising and straightforward: Gradually, the departure of the city first, then banning the entrance to the city indefinitely.
Albatross, who is disturbed by the silence of Ogox, said: “You must have liked the news since you did not comment.”
"It is not a possibility to be thrown into the wilderness," Ogox said, and he continued his thinking exercise.
The software of the Unique City was in a structure that contained hierarchical layers from the inside out. Security was increased in the hierarchy towards the upper layers, and the infrastructure was becoming more robust. The rules became much more straightforward as they moved towards the top of the hierarchy, the heart of the software. This was an architectural necessity; otherwise, it would never be possible to provide the computational power that would allow the city to operate uninterruptedly. At first glance, it could be thought that the tear in the fabric of space-time did not threaten the entire system because it was caused by an error at the bottom of the hierarchy. However, no hierarchy in which vertical transition was completely blocked could function in practice, because every element of the system could be disabled from time to time by malfunctioning. Therefore, it was theoretically possible to proceed to the heart of the software from a tear at the bottom of the hierarchy. It was very difficult to analyze the subject in all its aspects because it was partially designed and partially constructed as a result of experiments. Architects who designed the city were able to demonstrate the ability to simultaneously activate different versions of the same underlying software code in different neighborhoods. Thus, as the city was developing, it was possible to benefit from the results of the experiments in any district in general. The power and mystery of the Unique City came from this combination: the limitlessness of imagination and the strength of experience and testing.
Ogox came out of his deep thoughts, as the long thin body of Oglena began to fluctuate like a distorted television image. After a little bit of fluctuation, she disappeared like a Jinn from Aladdin's Magic Lamp. Ogox looked at the point where Oglena vanished for a while. It was the first time he witnessed such an event in the Unique City.
Albatross said, “I felt that he was not the real Oglena, my friend, someone is trying to send us a message, and they are doing it in the Unique City where we feel safe and open all our secrets to each other. But if they think they're going to scare me, they're wrong. We have witnessed an incredible event, but I've seen so many things, my friend Ogox, I can say that I have lost my ability to be surprised.”
Ogox was unable to grasp the meaning of the incident that just occurred. It didn't make any sense, but it was real, and things were getting more complicated as they tried to fix them. The difficulties he had never anticipated grew more and more over time, and the initiatives he had taken to overcome them created new problems. He had to meet with Plato urgently, and he should take advantage of mind simulation program Su-Mo. The thought that things were out of control led Ogox to panic. He closed the Unique City session and sent another message to Plato stating that he wanted to meet.