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Rational Fiction is a subgenre of SpeculativeFiction where the author attempts to deliberately give the reader as much information as possible about what the hell is going on while attempting to avoid the usual plot holes. All in an effort to make whatever mystery solvable by the reader before the great reveal. Compare FairPlayWhodunnit in the detective genre.
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Rational Fiction is an investigative subgenre of SpeculativeFiction where the author attempts to deliberately give the reader as much information as possible about what the hell is going on while attempting to avoid the usual plot holes. All in an effort to make whatever mystery solvable by the reader before the great reveal. Compare FairPlayWhodunnit in the detective genre.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMV, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMV, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMV, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMV, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMV, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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The main character then walks around and, in one way or the other, investigates the world using, you guessed it, rational methods.
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The main character then, in one way or the other, investigates the world using, you guessed it, rational methods.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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*The world shall survive close scrutinity by both the characters and the readers. The opposite of Bellisario'sMaxim.
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*The world shall survive close scrutinity by both the characters and the readers. The opposite of BellisariosMaxim.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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Where the main character in one way or the other investigates the world using, you guessed it, rational thinking.
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Where the zeroth law is
*The world shall survive close scrutinity by both the characters and the readers. The opposite of Bellisario\'sMaxim.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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The main character then walks around and, in one way or the other, investigates the world using, you guessed it, rational methods.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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Rational Fiction is a subgenre of SpeculativeFiction where the author attempts to deliberately give the reader as much information as possible about what the hell is going on while attempting to avoid the usual plotholes. All in an effort to make whatever mystery solvable by the reader before the great reveal. Compare FairPlayWhodunnit in the detective genre.
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Rational Fiction is a subgenre of SpeculativeFiction where the author attempts to deliberately give the reader as much information as possible about what the hell is going on while attempting to avoid the usual plot holes. All in an effort to make whatever mystery solvable by the reader before the great reveal. Compare FairPlayWhodunnit in the detective genre.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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*Sufficiently reasonable motivations of all partys to the plot. Seeks to avert BlackAnd WhiteMorality and various versions of the [[IdiotBall ball]].
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*Sufficiently reasonable motivations of all partys to the plot. Seeks to avert BlackandWhiteMorality and various versions of the [[IdiotBall ball]].
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of 'an attempt was made' rather than 'perfect adherence'.
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Since all the cornerstones and the word sufficiently is a case of YMMW, examples should be chosen on the basis of \'an attempt was made\' rather than \'perfect adherence\'.
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