Just the introduction (for now), and yeah, I've made it where someone or something is talking to the Narrator.
Chapter 1 - The Time Complex
"A great person once said, that history tends to repeat itself. But at what cost to Time, may I ask you? We'll know soon enough."
Mid morning, closing in to Noon; This is the setting of the play of events. The beginning of the end, and yet the never ending cycle of life that shows a being the true power of nature and the complexity of Time itself.
This is our Time Complex.
There is no single thread of Time, nor is it just a bunch of wires connecting one point of Time to the next. Time is far more complex than that; we don't give it the much needed respect that it deserves. Time is events that leads to everything, as it leads to nothing as-well. Make sense?
Well, it will. At the beginning, the start per-say, Time was one thing and one thing only. A single spec of Universal energy. This lingering, single orb of energy would hold all of Time, from where (and whence) it started, to where it ends.
-But, how could Time end? Time continues to grow as our vast Universe does-
Well, that is where the complexity of Time begins to show itself. Time ends, and it doesn't; it just repeats itself in a cycle. Like a Clock. If the end is the beginning, and the begging is the end, what point in Time does it create itself? What is it that created it? What events caused this energy to form? If it were created by someone, or something, then Time was created before it.
Without Time, there is nothing. But without something, there isn't Time. This is The Time Complex. To understand this, is to understand all meaning in life and in death. Reality is just part of the Puzzle.
(I'll update the rest soon)