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Main Article Theories about
Fish biscuit
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  • The fish biscuit is the first blatant reference to Valis by Phillip K. Dick, more "jesus fish" can be seen in Hurely's door, and branded on a tree on the island. In addition, the word "fish" in Greek letters, overlayed, makes the "frozen donkey wheel."
  • The biscuit is medically active, causing changes in animals, possibly with regards to intelligence.
  • The biscuit contains hormones which allow the bears to adapt to the tropical environment - explaining the presence of polar bears in the south Pacific
  • The biscuit's appearance as a red fish is an intentional reference to a "red herring", a phrase used to describe a meaningless clue.
  • They are a cheap, simple food source with no mysterious properties.

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