I do what I do in order to discover. I want to learn more than any human has ever learned. After and perhaps during my acquisition of this vast quantity of information I shall release it into the world. Oh this knowledge will lead to such joyous and wonderful things. Things that will make possible opportunities, devices, and ideas that could be only imagined in the most wild, the most insane, the most outrageous of stories. This quest though that will allow me to discover the most closely guarded and most clandestine of life’s secrets is for entirely selfish reasons. I myself want to learn these things, not for the good of the whole of man but for my own self satisfaction. Anything that happens during or after my pursuit is merely a coincidence. Now you may say that I contradict myself by speaking of the wonders releasing my knowledge will bring, but this too is a coincidence for it would be a great and unnecessary hindrance as well as being nearly impossible to conceal my work. I do not speak of intending to release this information I simply wish to indicate I will be watched through this enlightening journey.
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