There were two ways the message could have travelled from Porto’Ercole: to the left, through Orbetello and onwards to Florence, or to the right, eastward and straight to Rome. Naturally, it went to the right. The message was sent to Rome.
I am a curious person. I enjoy discoveries, the process of unraveling information, but even more than this I enjoy connecting discoveries. Everything is made of the same material, and I’m trying to figure it all out, unwind each thread and knot it to another, promote the circuitry that illuminates our life on earth. Our anthropogeography and our inability to actually pronounce that word is at the heart of what we have in common.