Slurp and plasma

Small things become large things
Small things appear so  unimportant.
Chill! They say. Chill out, man!
Details, mere details.
But small things tend to grow into big things, and more things!
“Gobble, gobble, gobble!” as Murray used to say.
The Consumer is the new superpower! All hail The Consumer! Awesome, in a vicious, psycho-kind of way!
She slurps energy at a quantum scale – sucks the strong force and gluons and quarks that hold us all together!
She’s one warped individual. To … to … crush anyone who gets up your n-n-nose! To drink from the cup life!
Slurping plasma, her own saliva, returning us to the darkness that existed before the Big Bang. And the HELP ain’t much to look at, especially with her nose in the dirt. The time had come to see what she is really made of.

Genesis 2

“But there went up a mist from the earth, which watered the whole face of the ground.”

The Big Bang was nothing more than the Dragon of Light blowing her fuse. Explosive power and no brains!
Trillions of electric rainbows twisted and stretched like toffee across his precious. It was so random, so uncertain. She splattered the first light of your universe all over The Stillness. I shut my eyes tight against the blinding light. It was still there when I opened my eyes.
Then it dawned on me. This was real.
Where did all this dust and foam and stuff expanding in all directions all around me come from?
And then I saw the hole. Yikes! The black whorl of Kapoot leaking light! What to tell the GPO?
The energy shift went viral in a mirror universe. The dragon was gone. It happened in the first 1/100,000,000,000th of a second of Year Dot.
I survived the Big Bang. See I got the t-shirt. Only one. Ha! I wish I had exploded into little pieces along with Kapoot. Happy New Year! There I was boiling in a roiling, primeval soup.
Neon jellyfish surfed foaming swells. Waves crashed over a glowering GPO, showering him with glittering particles. It was the best New Year’s Eve party ever! It was the first one EVER! The GPO went nuts.
Rest is history – 4.6 billion years of Whorl History, written into your bones.

A girl can save the universe, right?

From Sydney to Gloucester
It’s a long way from Sydney to Gloucester.

Murray Darling’s daughter thinks she’s come a long way. But the journey has only just begun. Like the old poster in the Gloucester service station said, “Girls can do anything.” We’ll see, won’t we?

Girl power

She’s no ordinary girl though. Another poster from the garage.

A great leap in human evolution