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29th May '15 6:17:30 AM pretzelbetty
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This index page (which does not exist), is about everything non-existent. Beyond the veil of our perceived reality lies the great void of non-existence. Largely, it is science fiction that employs these tropes, as it is a common and popular theme is to bring into to question whether or not our reality is really real.

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This index page (which does not exist), is about everything non-existent. Beyond the veil of our perceived reality lies the great void of non-existence. Largely, it is science fiction that employs these tropes, as it is a common and popular theme is to bring into to question whether or not our reality is really real.
29th May '15 6:17:02 AM pretzelbetty
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Non-existence or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.

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Non-existence or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's its own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.
5th Jul '12 7:30:58 AM SeanMurrayI
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* OmnicidalManiac
5th Jun '12 9:00:06 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Non-existence or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for BeyondTheImpossible situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.

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Non-existence or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for BeyondTheImpossible situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.
11th Mar '12 1:29:02 PM basilwhite
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This index page (which does not exist), is about everything non-existent. Beyond the veil of our perceived reality lies the great void of non-existance. Largely, it is science fiction that employs these tropes, as it is a common and popular theme is to bring into to question whether or not our reality is really real.

Non-existance or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for BeyondTheImpossible situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.

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This index page (which does not exist), is about everything non-existent. Beyond the veil of our perceived reality lies the great void of non-existance.non-existence. Largely, it is science fiction that employs these tropes, as it is a common and popular theme is to bring into to question whether or not our reality is really real.

Non-existance Non-existence or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for BeyondTheImpossible situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.
11th Mar '12 1:28:24 PM basilwhite
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This index page (which does not exist), is about everything non-existant. Beyond the veil of our perceived reality lies the great void of non-existance. Largely, it is science fiction that employs these tropes, as it is a common and popular theme is to bring into to question whether or not our reality is really real.

to:

This index page (which does not exist), is about everything non-existant.non-existent. Beyond the veil of our perceived reality lies the great void of non-existance. Largely, it is science fiction that employs these tropes, as it is a common and popular theme is to bring into to question whether or not our reality is really real.
15th Feb '12 1:26:08 AM DigiFox
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15th Feb '12 1:23:27 AM DigiFox
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30th Jan '12 10:03:24 PM DigiFox
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30th Jan '12 10:01:02 PM DigiFox
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Non-existance or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for BeyondTheImpossible situation or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.

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Non-existance or 'nothing' can be used as a force in it's own right, to build suspense, drama or used as a break from material things such as bright colors or loud noises. Negative Space or a vacuum is a good narrative tool for painting the boundaries for BeyondTheImpossible situation situations or to isolate worlds or characters. Things that don't exist can major points of interest in many genres and mediums.
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