Then it was next. What preceded “it” now matters little. What matters, is only what is and what follows: data only becomes extractable in its meta-form: compertemntalised, to be rendered intelligible by processors only then capable of building an entire narrative structure upon this very intelligibility-understanding. Cancer takes on its most lethal of forms in its meta-static state, only once it has started colonising the body while traversing it.

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Life inseparable from its form. In the méta time, the past is inseparable from present, and future. The three amalgamate into an endless present: better even, a preemptive past and a predictive present making for an unchallenge-able. future. Life inseparable from its form. In the méta time, life becomes inseparable from its digital forms―from the artifacts, the devices that move on from facilitating life: they encroach and encompass it in a way that it becomes difficult―soon, perhaps, impossible―to think and then to act outside its realm.