- The fundamental idea behind Valdrada is fascinating to me: how would life be different if your actions were always before you, and how is this question different from the similar question (for those who are religious), "How would life be different if God weren't always watching?" As far as I'm concerned, actions always before self and peers is very different from actions always before God. Thoughts?
- How do the two halves of Valdrada differ; why is it not a parallel city?
- Can you think of examples when the reflection will increase the value of an action and examples of when it will diminish because of the reflection?
|one more Escher; why not?|