Chapter 1 Protagonist I signed the forms, mailed them, and became credible. Here, among the dendrites. Several witnesses were able to describe what I was wearing. But the light did not assure the connection of neurons in a continuous fabric, even with two seeds in the same plant. Sex was "weak property." Not a memory, but a dotted line between cells, persuaded me to declare my visibility at the border. The building I stay in, for example, invents its eastern face and western face for the grammatical trees which surround it. My lamp deterritorizes by forming an image, a tracing of a window, but the window reterritorializes on that image. It could be said that the lamp imitates the window. It has a side facing the molecular. Many birds imitate the songs of other species. But imitation may not be the best concept for these phenomena. Female birds, which do not normally sing, start singing when they are administered male sex hormones, and they will sing the song of the species on which they have become imprinted. The song signals from a distance all members of its species that the territory has found a name.