Everything's been captured on film and there's no such thing as a blank white canvas. The human body is capable of surviving nightshade poisoning, mercury injections and subsonic explosions underneath the skull. The human body is indestructible. Fear and love show up on modern military radars and in the future we will just send robots that don't show up on scans. If you created a drop of water every time your heart beat you would produce enough water to fill the Atlantic Ocean if you lived to be fifteen thousand years old. Bad weather builds character. All information is compromised because there is bias in everything. In ten years time ambulances will be able to travel at the speed of sound and cancer cells will be teleported out of patients without leaving so much as a scratch. The president's last transmission will be 'come on baby light my fire'. White noise will eventually be eradicated and replaced with the sound of fingers drumming on tables and flights preparing for take off.
They're taking down the powerlines. Drive-in movie theatres are focus points for wandering satellites. Microphones have been programmed to fly like wasps and can pick up sounds from a radius of seventy miles on calm days. Sharks don't get tired and the white stag is thriving, not dying out. If you live to be a hundred your name will be called out on the radio and your photo will be printed in the papers. You'll make it on to one more list. People are anxious to be old before their time. Electronic cameras see in ektachrome. We're more than just machines and when you put your hand inside my pocket my heart sends out alarms.