You can read The Beginnings Of A Revolution – II if you haven’t already.
“Marvellous. This looks so similar to the Mandelbrot set.”, said Ian seldon, Professor emeritus, Department of Mathematics, National University, beaming with excitement. He continued, “I wonder if we can model and simulate this. We could consider ….. the walking speed of the kid, his height, …… the height at which the crow is sitting. Different patterns for different initial conditions. It should be very interesting.”
“I don’t care what it looks like or if you can simulate it or not”, replied the very agitated Doc. “The fact remains that this is crow shit”, pointing to the photo of He’s shirt on which a crow had shit the previous day, “and it could be dangerous”. The tests in the lab had confirmed that it was indeed crow shit.
“Calm down my friend. My mother used to tell me stories of crows shitting on people in my childhood. I never believed those stories, but over the years I have come to believe that it is quite possible.”, said Ian.
“But did a crow ever shit on you in your whole life, or did you ever hear of somebody being shit on, leaving out the stories your mother told you?”, asked the agitated Doc. “One would think the laws of our world are breaking down.”
“The laws of the world are perfect.”, replied Ian.
“Then why would crows shit on people and not at a shittery?”.
“The laws will lead to only one logical outcome.”
“What? What outcome?”
“Revolution.”, replied Ian.
“Whose Revolution?”, asked the Doc, partly confused, partly agitated, partly irritated.
“That, my friend, is the right question.” Blog terminated.