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Posted by Alan on January 8, 2002 06:29:12 UTC

Sir, how would you like your "light" today?

Would you like a steak: a good dose of light reflected to you? How about well-done (total reflection)?

We can also do medium (partial reflection).

How about your light raw, direct from the source? Our fisherman have caught the finest fresh light.

Here is the wine list: try the diffraction '97.
A good even blend of strong flavour.

For desert you may wish to try our extravagant specialty; our chef makes a suberb hologram!

For after-dinner drinks; nothing quite compares to a small shot of laser, but don't overdo it; it's very concentrated!

Now, some physicists may have told you that all those varieties of light are already on your plate; representing different pathways waiting to be discovered!

Not so; we haven't prepared it yet! In fact; we haven't prepared "YET" yet.

You see; this is restaurant has a Chef who makes recipes out of space-time!

Of course; once you have chosen a dish; and locked in that agreement; you can still vary the trimmings. There's a whole family tree of trimmings! Some might call that family tree "quantum evolution".

But when you finally begin your feast; what you wish for appears at your local "now".

Now I must depart, as I'm not entirely clear really just how this restaurant does work!

-dolphin

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