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It's been a long time,
Since I've seen...
The inside of your brain.
There's some doubt,
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The man, from the South of England, was identified as suffering from the previously unheard of syndrome when he was found wandering the streets in a state of shock. Current theories suggest that someone had stolen exactly half of the man's mind during a smash and grap raid. Several thoughts were entirely missing from his mind, although his brain remained intact.
The remaining fraction of his mind made him able to begin to articulate sentences, but he could not finish what he began to say. When asked how he felt, he replied that he was "feeling okay, but". Further questions put to him by the press were met with a similar response. "I just don't seem to be able to finish what I", he said. In one test, the man was asked to tell a joke. he began "a funny thing happened to me on the way... I came across a... I said to the... and he replied... "that's"... and "the funniest thing", but no-one could see how that could be construed as amusing.
Efforts to trace the missing part of the man's psyche are continuing in earnest, though the police need more information from the public.
Prompted by globalization and the World Wide Wait, science, art, politics and business are drawn into new, amorphous, partnerships in widely diverse undertakings all over the world... a convergence of what have long been viewed incompatible or non-synergistic disciplines. A unified professional, political and personal reality is emerging -- quantum life.
This project kinda sums it all up:
Put art, science, business and philosophy into the crucible and stir with a feather.