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Some consider isolary entroponetics, that is, the idea of pale being able to form from inside an isola, a hoax. However, the phenomenon is proven,<ref>JEAN VICQUEMARE - "Thank you, Lieutenant Kitsuragi. Just to clarify -- I do not think isolary entroponetics are a hoax. Pale produces global phenomena -- it's proven. However..."</ref> one example being the point of origin inside the [[Dolorian Church of Humanity in Martinaise]], and appears to be under investigation by the [[Moralist International]].<ref>YOU - "I said, 'I've discovered an entroponetic phenomenon here in Martinaise'."<br/>COALITION WARSHIP ARCHER - "Acknowledged. Listen very carefully, Firewalker. We are going to ask you a series of questions. It is imperative that you answer as directly and truthfully as you can. Do you understand?"</ref>
 
Some consider isolary entroponetics, that is, the idea of pale being able to form from inside an isola, a hoax. However, the phenomenon is proven,<ref>JEAN VICQUEMARE - "Thank you, Lieutenant Kitsuragi. Just to clarify -- I do not think isolary entroponetics are a hoax. Pale produces global phenomena -- it's proven. However..."</ref> one example being the point of origin inside the [[Dolorian Church of Humanity in Martinaise]], and appears to be under investigation by the [[Moralist International]].<ref>YOU - "I said, 'I've discovered an entroponetic phenomenon here in Martinaise'."<br/>COALITION WARSHIP ARCHER - "Acknowledged. Listen very carefully, Firewalker. We are going to ask you a series of questions. It is imperative that you answer as directly and truthfully as you can. Do you understand?"</ref>
   
The exact origins of the pale are unclear. Logical positivists claim the pale exists as pockets of anti-matter, capable of damaging and confusing the mind through extreme sensory deprivation. Dialectical materialists, on the other hand, say that it is composed of manifested information, or manifested past, capable of degrading memories into itself.<ref>JOYCE MESSIER - "Some say the damage stems from extreme sensory deprivation. Others argue that pale somehow *consists* of past information, that's degrading. That it's rarefied past, not rarefied matter."<br/>JOYCE MESSIER - "They call it *the blend-over of the self*. The pale does not only suspend the laws of physics, but also the laws of psychology, maybe History, even... The human mind becomes over-radiated by past."<br/>YOU - "Who says and who argues?"<br/>JOYCE MESSIER - "The logical positivists say -- the dialectical materialists argue."</ref> The [[Insulindian Phasmid]], speaking to [[Harrier Du Bois]], supports the later interpretation, referring to it as a "human pollution", and claiming that every animal and plant is scared of humanity for it, believing it will destroy them all.<ref>INSULINDIAN PHASMID - The pale, too, came with you. No one remembers it before you. The cnidarians do not, the radially symmetricals do not. There is an almost unanimous agreement between the birds and the plants that you are going to destroy us all.</ref>
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The exact origins of the pale are unclear. Logical positivists claim the pale exists as pockets of anti-matter, capable of damaging and confusing the mind through extreme sensory deprivation. Dialectical materialists, on the other hand, say that it is composed of manifested information, or manifested past, capable of degrading memories into itself. The [[Insulindian Phasmid]], speaking to [[Harrier Du Bois]], supports the later interpretation, referring to it as "human pollution", and claiming that every animal is scared of humanity for it.
 
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