I'm going to give it a few more days of polishing -- I'm actively doing it now.
Part 2 will then need perhaps a week of polishing. I decided that parts of it got a bit too over-the-top (even though humorous), so I'm taming some of the imagery and coarseness of the narrator's voice.
I have a part 3 in manuscript form, which is called "Stochastic" Lake Petri Net.
I am driving towards actually saying something about the stochastic mechanics, the Hamiltonians, the annihiliators and the creators, and so on. Wherever the going gets too rough for a general reader, I will cut over to the other blog series, which can assume the capability for technical thinking on the part of the reader.
I see your point about the confusion at the start of the article. Maybe I could have some brief preface in my own voice, that says says in effect...here's Rick. He could be introduced as the newly appointed fictional reporter who is covering the Azimuth project.