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The chaotic space-time continuum of the [[multiverse]] (though the word “multiverse” is never explicitly used in the story [[Flux (story)|Flux]] through which [[Max File]] comes to travel, and which he learns, to some extent, to be able to control through the will of his ego.  Alternately described as “[[limbo]]” (p. 150 - 1st DAW printing, 1978).   
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The chaotic space-time continuum of the [[multiverse]] though the word “multiverse” is never explicitly used in the story [[Flux (story)|Flux]] through which [[Max File]] comes to travel, and which he learns, to some extent, to be able to control through the will of his ego.  Alternately described as “[[limbo]]” (p. 150 - 1st DAW printing, 1978).   
 
==Appeared in==
 
==Appeared in==
 
*[[Flux (story)|Flux]]
 
*[[Flux (story)|Flux]]
 
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[[Category:Other]]

Latest revision as of 11:33, 22 August 2016

The chaotic space-time continuum of the multiverse though the word “multiverse” is never explicitly used in the story Flux through which Max File comes to travel, and which he learns, to some extent, to be able to control through the will of his ego. Alternately described as “limbo” (p. 150 - 1st DAW printing, 1978).

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