Quotes from Satellite

Lee Davidson ·  383 pages

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“It’s like a jolt of electricity, but worse.”
― Lee Davidson, quote from Satellite

“Dude, it's mind control. That's got to be the best superpower ever!”
― Lee Davidson, quote from Satellite

“My memories came back like a punch in the face. Only good.”
― Lee Davidson, quote from Satellite

About the author

Lee Davidson
Born place: in Exeter, NH, The United States
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― Giacomo Casanova, quote from The Story of My Life

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“Over time, and sentence uttered long and loud enough becomes fixed. Becomes a truth. Provided, of course, you can outlast the dissent and silence your opponents. But should you succeed - and remove all challengers - then what remains is, by default, now true.

Is it truth in some objective sense? No. But how does one ever achieve an objective point of view? The answer is you don't. It is literally, physically impossible. There are too many variables. Too many fields and formulae to consider. We can try, of course. We can inch closer and closer to a revelation. But we'll never reach it. Not ever . . .

And so I have realized, that so long as The Templar exist, they will attempt to bend reality to their will. They recognize there is no such thing as an absolutely truth - or if there is - we are hopelessly underequipped to recognize it. And so in its place, they seek to create their own explanation.
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