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The fact that we are entering on a retroactive form of history that all our ideas philosophies mental faculties are progressively adapting themselves to this model is quite evident This may just as well be an adventure since the disappearance of the end is in itself an original or creative situation It seems to be characteristic of our culture and our history which have no end in sight either as guarantors of an indefinite recurrence of an immortality pursued in the opposite direction Up till now immortality was conceived of as a region of the beyond an immortality yet to come today however we have concocted another type of immortality one on this side of the fence that incorporates the recession of outcomes ad infinitum The situation may be original but the final result or outcome of things is evidently lost in advance or up front We will never get to know the original chaos the Big Bang and because it is a classified event we had never been there We could retain the hope however of seeing the final moment the Big Crumb one day A spasmodic enjoyment of the end to compensate for not having had the chance to revere the beginning lorigine These are the only two interesting moments and since we were frustrated with the first one we invest all the more energy into the acceleration of the end into the precipitation of things or events towards their ultimate loss a loss from which we were at least thrown the crumbs in the form of the spectacle Dreaming of an unprecedented opportunity open to a generation to obliterate the end of the world which is just as wonderful as being part of the beginning But we have arrived too late for things to begin only the end or outcome seems to c areen under our sway We have been reproached for the atomic age - but finally
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