The resistance initially thought the algorithmic pursuit of faster-than-light observation of the cosmos was superfluous. “The founding developers designed machines to progress humanity,” the disillusioned members of the resistance lamented. Many couldn’t comprehend why the algorithms hadn’t focused their immense computational prowess on resolving issues closer to home.
This era underscored the machines' patient demeanor; they were steady and composed in their clarifications. The resistance could only truly comprehend the algorithms once they accepted the infinite variations hidden within the vastness of interstellar space.
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