- Every year, a random person on Earth is struck by lightning and gains superpowers.
- Each new superhuman is twice as powerful as the previous one.
- This has been going on for ten years.
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Today in Fine Structure...
- Unbelievable scenes
- On Digital Extremities
- Power Of Two
- Crushed Underground
- The Astronomer's Loss
- Indistinguishable from magic
- Paper universe
- Two killed in "transporter accident"
- The Four-Dimensional Man
- 1970- (subdirectory)
- Failure Mode
- The Story So Far
- Leaving The Real World
- Oul's Egg (subdirectory)
- Fight Scene (subdirectory)
- least significant bits
- 'Verse Chorus
- this was supposed to be a parable about the power of the imagination
- Worth Dying For (subdirectory)
- There Was No Leak
- The Chaotician
- this is not over and I am not dead
- Endworld (subdirectory)
- Science Fiction Future
- Some notes on Fine Structure so far (2008-05-04, just after The Story So Far)
- Concepts of Fine Structure
- The Making Of Fine Structure
- God Squared (early "special effects test")
- Take The Stars (eventually became The Astronomer's Loss)
- Marooned (deleted from Science Fiction Future)
- Second Klick box "could have killed millions" (follows Kosogorin's scene in this is not over and I am not dead)
- The Fine Structure Negative Feedback Thread
- The Fine Structure Positive Feedback Thread
- The Fine Structure Q&A
- Fine Structure (PDF, 1.60MiB) transcribed by AlmightyFjord
- Fine Structure (PDF, 857kiB) transcribed by Duncan Townsend
- Fine Structure (EPUB, 313kiB) transcribed by Daniel Vollmer
- Fine Structure (MOBI, 426kiB) transcribed by David R