The Leap into Infinity
by Estéban Trujillo de Gutiérrez
“Each step that it takes, however, crossing from nothing to nothing, carries it twice the distance of the previous step.
Each stride also takes the same amount of time as the prior one.
Suns flash by, fall behind, wink out. It runs through solid matter, passes through infernos, pierces nebulae, faster and faster moving through the starfall blizzard in the forest of the night.
Given a sufficient warm-up run, it is said that it could circumnavigate the universe in a single stride.
What would happen if it kept running after that, no one knows.”
–Roger Zelazny, Creatures of Light and Darkness. Pg. 20.