God fills not just one train, but one after another, and the station concourses above, and the towering buildings on the streets overhead, floor on floor.
Immediately behind this train is another. It is stalled in a tunnel, like so many of us are in life. The passengers wait, wondering why the train is not going forward. No one can leave, no one can enter. It sits still for five minutes.
This makes a total of three hundred seconds. Interactivity replaces curiosity about time with curiosity about space (though both are ultimately the same thing). The question is not: what happens next? but where will we go next?
Another One along in a Minute pays tribute to stalled time by describing each character in 300 words, one for each second of time.
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