Timequake - Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-30 Summary

In Chapter 26, the author describes how people need to suspend their natural skepticism to enjoy fiction and poetry, but that this could go too far. An example he gives is Trout's story about a world in which the people are so stupid that they did not know another hemisphere existed on their planet until only five hundred years ago. The character of Fleon Sunoco is introduced in Chapter 27. Fleon has a theory that highly intelligent people must have radio receivers in their heads. He conducts examination of stolen brains, those of deceased Mensa members and those who have died from very stupid accidents. Fleon discovers a tiny bump in the inner ear of the Mensa members, but none of the stupid accident victims has the bump. He goes out and buys a suit of tails in preparation for Stockholm and the...

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