Substance by Bonsoir Paris
The SUBSTANCE is a synthetic body composed of a single material (of which the composition is unknown) and a random physical reality. We are not equipped with enough information about its manufacturing process and polymerization in order to understand its origins; its seems to us, however, that it is a new state of matter (solid, liquid, gas, or plasma), one of a kind of sensitivity. The SUBSTANCE can be found in several stages by a single contradictory factor, the Human Being.Its evolution is based on any quantifiable or predictable criteria; it may cause the accident as much as it can avoid it. Its phases of transition are instantaneous, and it reacts to any environmental factor. Its instability does not permit a safe utility, nor does it allow a controlled and deliberate manipulation.The SUBSTANCE has no recordable property.