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Date: Tue, 03 Dec 2002 13:28:00 -0600
From: James Jordan 
Subject: RE: (urth) finally - a mechanism

At 11:11 AM 12/3/2002, you wrote:
>Marc writes:
> > Remember that when Fava and Inclito's mother tell their
> > stories, the narrator has the ability to enter their story.
> > In other words, he can alter events that he hears about
> > and use his "power" to enter the story.
>I believe that this forces us to grant as a "least hypothesis"
>that the Narr's astral travel ability includes the ability to
>travel in time to a space-_and-time_ location* where at least
>one member of the travelling party has been before. (I perceive
>fairly strong evidence that he has such limits in the "place"
>dimensions; _not_ to limit "time" similarly would require an
>additional hypothetical.)

I'm sure I'm forgetting something relevant, but the ability to enter a 
story while it is told and alter it's telling does not seem to imply time 
travel but something like telepathy. The story is changed. Is there any 
indication that the history behind the story has been changed?



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