Lovelace thought of math and logic as creative and imaginative, and her writings about computing in the mid-1800s earned her recognition as the first computer programmer.
She wrote some 50 works of imaginative fiction, with plots one admirer called “haunting, hypnotic, incommensurable and strange.” She also wrote mysteries.
Botanists developed a flower so perfect, they worship it as god. They formed a cultivar. They call it the Flame.
Priests of the cultivar, posing as florists, are trying to spread the Flame. Don’t let them. Only you can prevent florist friars.