Strange times, dear friend!
The smoke from the rocket launch is finally floating away. I had three plant-birds left, but in this photo you can see one of them landed, or fell, into the water. It's mutating too, but it's too early to tell into what.
There's not much doubt what's going on with the large dandilion though. It started purring last night. The rest of the plants at both homesteads seem to be growing normally.
I had some environmentalists stop by. They pointed out that if I wanted to grow anything in the lake, I'd have to clean it. Since the fish were starting to eat each other, I stopped myself from my normal murderous rampage, and instead listened to them. It helps that at about the same time, my neighbor to the right erected a large dam.
I put together a water recycler - the whole lake goes through that thing in a day or so. The dirty water is sucked in, filtered, and pumped out to a fountain. I tried skipping the fountain, but the huge column of water erupting from the lake for no good reason made people jittery. Besides, the fountain adds to the illusion of a healthy park system atop my land.
Now here's something you may not have considered my friend - did you ever try scuffing that black line surface above your sky? The explosion from that bird mishap blurred the line for just a moment, and that's when I realized it's not indestructable at all! I put a new robot to the singular task of digging a hole in the space above my lair. So far, the black line receeds, and he's digging out bits of white stuff. It seems to be completely inert. Talk about pushing the boundry of space/time!
On a hunch, I've had the robot at the other homestead melt his way downwards. Maybe I can connect the two pieces of land...
I will report again dear friend.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
Crossfire: "Thank you! That explains it very nicely, and in a language that someone other than a physicist can understand..."
Denial is not falsification. You can't avoid a fact just because you don't like it.
"Data" is not the plural of "anecdote"