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April 28, 2075


Notes on the Psychological Replication Process 
 
Psychological abduction is an age old pursuit.  I tell myself this each day as I contemplate the possibility of assuming the identity of one of my code partners. My research into acting methods, which have fallen into complete disuse as a result of the inability of even the most credulous to believe that a celebrity would be asked to play any role except him or herself offer me a wealth of information.  From "An Actor Acts:  Notes on Acting":  "Audiences are not interested in the exchange of information, they are interested in the exchange of emotion." I will begin with the emotions and work from there.  Psychologists generally agree that though there are a wide range of emotions, there may be as few as five or six basic ones: happiness, fear, surprise, anger, disgust, sadness.  




April 30, 2075