use soliloquy in a sentence.
This would do violence to Hamlet's soliloquy in Shakespeare's play.
Not a question, just an interesting comment: This reminds me a lot of the Tears In Rain soliloquy from Blade Runner.
I remember seeing this a while ago, but I didn't pay much attention to it then, because punishing those who understand the problems with a lengthy verbose soliloquy isn't a good strategy for disseminating information.
And if you want Rand cite for that, read the Roark/Rand courtroom soliloquy where it's explained why it's OK for him to blow up a building (sure, other people may have put in sweat and equity, but that's nothing compared to his contract).
This soliloquy is looking long enough, now, so it seems like a good time to reiterate patio11's point: Don't build more scaling than you need right now.