In my lucid dreams, I tend to walk to places and meet people there... Courting Number Three was my very first short story - 1986.

No spoiler alerts, but you need to know about an interesting connection. One of the three men that she meets there, talks to her. These three men look like identical triplets, indistinguishable; told apart only by their different colored teeshirts. During their conversation, she asks what he's doing there. The place looks to her like the grounds of a stark and stunning-looking, Extra-Terrestrial University Campus.

He said he taught and added, "my old man's text book, as a matter of fact", and he smirked funnily. "Oh, what is it?", I asked, and he said...

The answer is too stunning in view of the name of the 'Theory' he supposedly teaches. The name of this - sounds like a mathematical theory of some, or even great import - This name has vast implications. Each person reading the story will read into it their own comprehension of the name and its meaning, in the context of all visuals.

It's only an excerpt that I post on this website. The top image is only a few short paragraphs; the full excerpt is about 2-3 pages long:
Courting Number Three/ - full excerpt.

Pushing, popping, and stacking are my 'incidental ploy', or 'incidental programming operations' within a story. Though these are the essential components of 'Going/ Down the/a Rabbit Hole. It's the ASCENDING and DESCENDING... M. C. Escher style.

"Stack Based Programming - Programming Word of the ... › home › stack-based-programming Aug 16, 2018 - In programming terms, we can say that the stack is a type with two defined operations: push and pop. A push operation adds a new element to the top of the stack. A pop operation removes the top element from the stack. That's all you can do with a stack..."

"C# Collections: A Detailed Presentation › books Rick Miller - 2012 - "
"‎Computers - That is, the top of the stack grows downward with each successive push operation. ... Item 3 is the first element removed as a result of the first pop operation. ... You're either going to push 1) a value type object, or 2) a reference type object. ... short program that pushes 25 million integers onto two different types of stacks."

"What is push and pop in stack? In computer science, a stack is an abstract data type that serves as a collection of elements, with two principal operations: push, which adds an element to the collection, and. pop, which removes the most recently added element that was not yet removed."

Stack (abstract data type) - Wikipedia › wiki › Stack_(abstract_data_type)

"The term push is use/d to place some data element into the stack and pop is use/d to remove some data element from the stack.
The fundamental operation of stack is push and pop.
Push and Pop operation of stack using linked list. - Roseindia › tutorial › datastructure › listpushpop

What is stack? Give the codes of push and pop operation in stack. There are only two basic operations on stacks, the push (insert), and the pop (read and delete). The operation push(x) places the item x onto the top of the stack. The operation pop() removes the top item from the stack, and returns that item."

This story Courting Number Three, has vast implications and possibilities. I have regarded it for a while now as some sort of contractual obligation. Which means that I have to finish Vol II of this Story / Novel / Book : A Will to Power - A Fugue for Five Voices -vol I, and vol II.

It's about decoding "it", or implementing my own version of 'it' - the theory...

The story is also about - resonance, frequency, and vibration - all alien, shiny, and untouchable.

It's also like I am presenting this puzzle to the world, saying: anybody can pitch in to solve it / and be the deliverer / of the "what is it? / what is its function? / its utility?

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