} The wise Oracle has pondered deeply upon your submission. Meditating
} under the waterfalls of Time itself, he speaks thus:
} Consider the humble domino. On it's own it stands tall and proud, a
} basilisk on the table, however once knocked it will fall on it's face
} and lie there in a pathetic state like a downed king or a ruin from the
} But gather them en masse, line them up, create giant swirls and
} patterns, each one standing tall amongst it's brothers, an army of
} pillars. Now knock one, watch the ripples spread, the patterns coming
} alive with the movement of thousands of individuals.
} Finally when the dust settles and the spectacle is at an end, examine
} those dominoes and you will note that while each has bowed against
} another, none will have fallen.
} You now have your answer, go forth and savor it. Take the afternoon and
} the night, consider from every angle, that you may understand it in