'Nothing fits in with polymorphism, it abstracts from existence itself.' tB

Another Field of Chaos

This section of my life is autobiographised in the book Field of Chaos. In many ways Field of Chaos could be likened to the Roman' account of Romulus and Remus. It was never intended on being a real autobiography, merely a tangented Conspiracist tale about a pathetic existence.

Field of Chaos became a polymorphic-study parallel. Every day I would come home from school and either study polymorphism or work on Field of Chaos. Half an hour a day for a year, created the seventy thousand word tome that was submitted to Penguin Books in October 1993. Field of Chaos as submitted to Penguin, said everything I had ever wanted to say about our human existence. This was reasoned to be commercially unviable by Penguin, they recommended I submit it to smaller publishers. Which I did, the unfortunate fact was that small publishers were less likely to respond for long periods of time. It may be safe to say that Field of Chaos will be with University of Queensland Press for eternity.

Polymorphically, through this period I made a number of failed hypothesis about the way vector RAM allocations related to polymorphism.