@ MUST #

The roughest translation of # is discussion or debate, but # goes beyond that. # is the ever-unfolding synthesis of opposing ideas. # has no teleology.

@ is a completely nonspecific pronoun. @ is plural, @ is singular.

@ is he/she/it as she/he/it exists digitally.

@ MUST # or @ will become static and “dead.”

Even with clever tricks, @ is never more than a gross approximation of # with a limited perspective.

An @ with much # is a conductor

An @ avoiding # is a resistor

“[@] must change from being a resistor to BECOME a conductor.” ~ Alrart

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