41.) A large modernist statue of a woman towered above the quiet Chilean human people and whispered dullness into their ears. Lancelot darted to the chain link fence that barred entrance to the rear of the statue. There it was: a wooden sign in fresh purple paint. Danger, High Voltage, he translated to himself. The illusion was being powered by a concentrated power source. It was no coincidence that access was forbidden to the rear of the statue, for the rear of the statue did not exist. A creation of The DoesNotThink machine. The image of a robed woman, driven into the minds of the human people, obscured the continuation of the funicular: through the imaginary statue up along a continuing incline along the steep tree-bearded face of a hill that rose an unspecified distance above the surface of the earth. What lay at its terminus was unknown.