... we show you an organic - 'bio' - space probe.
Elkement is an amalgam of Elke and the Subversive Element.
Physicist and consulting engineer by trade and by day, self-proclaimed dilettante science blogger and avant-garde poet by night.
This is off-base, I know. But there is no point in translating some of my German texts. Nevertheless, I cannot bring myself to accept the glaring gaps in the English version of this site. So this is German stuff, quoted on the English page.
The goal of the exercise was to associate freely or whatever. Participants should write a short story, each sentence had to start with a letter in your full name.
This is what Google Translate makes of the German version:
A pink spaceship lands on the secluded glade.
Slowly, the hatch opens.
No human being on this planet registered the historical event.
An event that will carry out a change in the timeline to the fact that the history of mankind is to be rewritten.
It makes sense is actually not to report it, since the landing of the spaceship will not take place in the other timeline.
Dancing lights appear to move on the outer shell of the spaceship, when the setting is reflected in it.
All members of the team have now left the spaceship and begin to bring the time converter in position.
Still continues the old timeline of the earth for 5 minutes ...
All of a sudden the existing space-time continuum is destabilized with the inconspicuous Click the Einschaltknopfes the time converter.
Slowly, the prehistoric life on earth newly created starts to rain.
These are the preliminary results of the Website Resurrection Project. In spring 2012 rotten web pages have been de-linked. Those have been polished in a clandestine fashion in our steam punk web page manufacture and are gradually re-linked since autumn 2012.
The Subversive Newsletters published in German in 2004-2005 have been linked again!
The Elkement is going to analyze those and comment in English. Note that this will not add any new content. Not even the original newsletters had conveyed anything resembling 'content'.
The following newsletters have been analyzed:
In the meantime have a cup of coffee and some alien cupcakes: