So, I’ve been having fun with dogecoin recently, the cryptocurrency, which has a really awesome community vibe to it, and I’d like to do something to help it along. And, of course, I’ve no objection at all to “doing well by doing good”. So here’s what I’m going to do – a special sale for this week, ending Sunday 19th. My first book usually costs $2.99 on Amazon Kindle – but if you pay in DOGE, I’m going to offer it to you at 1/3rd off – which at the time of writing, and for the duration of this sale, I’m going to say is 10,000 DOGE.
If you want to take advantage of this offer, here’s what to do:
- E-mail me with the e-mail address you want the book to go to, and the dogecoin address that you’re sending payment from, so that I know it’s you;
- Send the 10,000 DOGE to DKoZtfVXT6BAJMU1RwgpxLbQ2snL6VRfcG ;
- I’ll send you the .mobi e-book file within 24 hours of confirmed payment.
To the moon!
The second stage of jump procedure using a Ring Dynamics stargate is obtaining a reference-frame trap, thus ensuring that you arrive in your destination system in the same sequence and association to the empire time frame that you were in when you left, thus preserving chronological consistency.
In urban myth and pulp fiction, this is the procedure that prevents you from wondering why the dinosaurs are warning you off their nice carboniferous planet when you were told to deliver a load of colony prefabs, or from having your extropy sucked out by the ice giants at the end of the universe who are so glad you turned up to feed ‘em high temperatures and ordered states.
In theory, this is the procedure careful adjustment of which permits you to indulge in predestination paradoxes, knight’s-move oracles, and other cunning manipulations of the informational content of your future light-cone.
In practice, this is the procedure that stops you from coming out the other end of the wormhole as a light-year long smear of exotic particles. The universe hates time travel, and is not shy about telling you this.