Space, the air, the vibrations, the people, I can feel the gravity, I can feel the rotation of the Earth, the heat leaving my body, the blood in my veins. I can feel my brain. The deepest parts of my memory.
Learning's always a painful process. Like when you're little and your bones are growing and you ache all over. Do you believe I can remember the sound of my own bones growing? Like this grinding under the skin. Everything's different now. Like sounds are music that I can understand, like fluids. It's funny, I used to be so concerned with who I was and what I wanted to be, and now that I have access to the furthest reaches of my brain, I see things clearly and realize that what makes us "us" — it's primitive. They're all obstacles. Does that make any sense?
Like pain you' people experience. It blocks you from understanding. All you know now is pain. That's all you know, pain.
I can start to control other peoples bodies. Also I can control magnetic and electric waves, and — not all of them, just the most basic — television, telephone, radio. … I don't feel pain, fear, desire. It's like all things that make us human are fading away. It's like the less human I feel, all this knowledge about everything, quantum physics, applied mathematics, the infinite capacity of the cell's nucleus, they're all exploding inside my brain. All this knowledge. I don't know what to do with it.
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If what you say is the truth, then you may
be able to follow my tracks, before long.
To live is to suffer.
First, we experience the suffering of being
painfully squeesed through the birth canal.
Then, we experience the suffering
And last, but not least, we experience
the final suffering, of death.
But your choice of words are closely similar
to a movie quote, from Lucy.
I know, because I have a form
of eidetic memory.0