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Sunday, 26 July 2015
Thought For The Day
Considering the findings of ‘Fall Out,’ in that Number 6 and Number 1 turned out to be one and the same, the one being the alter ego of the other. And taking into consideration that one twin can feel the pain experienced by the other twin. Might that not be the same for the alter ego of the other, as with Number 1 and Number 6. For example, when Number 6 was put through the mind transference along with the Colonel, in ‘Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling,’ exactly what frame of mind was Number 1 in at that point? And for that matter, during the whole time when Number 6’s mind was housed in the Colonel’s body, and vice versa. Because when the mind transference was made, and again taking into consideration the alter ego status of Number’s 6 and 1, might not the Colonel’s mind have been split between the two? If that could be the case, what the implications for Number 1, and even for the Colonel’s mind in a situation such as that?
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