For many years scientists of The Pit
agreed that the anomalies
that show up and grow here are just that - local anomalies, places where laws of physics have been warped. They were so alien to our understanding that no one tried to explain them. And yet, more of them show up every year in seemingly random places. There needs to be a rule for their creation. A process. Something. And there is.[...]
[...]As it has been observed around the edge of The Layer of Factories
, whenever the factories start to pour the water down the pipes and it, in turn, starts to drip down on the other pipes, a melody is created. Sometimes, said melody creates effects similar to that of the The Magic of the Song
. However, because every automated factory works at different time schedules, those melodies are irregular and work for specific periods of time.
But that raises a question. What would happen if said melodies were constant in the area, would they somehow start to resonate within the walls of the layers and start to intensify?[...]
[...]We placed the recording instruments within the area affected by the small sharp anomaly, just out of its reach. We left it recording for almost three weeks.[...]
[...]The notes, almost identical to those of the Song of the Sword, even though inaudible for the human ear, showed up on the recording. And not parts of it. The whole recording. The Song was within the air, the ground, the buildings around. The second file containing this recording is attached to this file.[...]
On four great anomalies
As such it can be hypothesized that the creation of the four great anomalies followed the same route, but this time, the process went completely out of control (not that there was any control, to begin with). Comparing the Songs written in the Book of Notes
by the Song Recorders
, one can guess which Songs would become origins of those anomalies.
For the Jungle
, any Song that accelerates the growth of plant life or fills living beings with vitality could cause such catastrophic results.
In the case of the Junkyard
there is only one record that would suit it, and that is the Song of Lost and Found. This piece, capable of bringing a lost object to its former owner, when warped, brings all of the lost objects in The Pit to its source and starts to take away everything else in its proximity.
For the Red Sea
, no Song recorded to this day suits the properties of this anomaly.
And then there is the Grayness
. As with the Red Sea, no known Song suits its origin. But not because that Song hasn't been found, but because that song doesn't exist. According to my hypothesis, the Grayness began to grow in the place completely devoid of any sounds, of the Song of The Tree. [...]