In 1985, Italo Calvino gave a series of lectures at Harvard University titled "Six Memos for the Next Millennium." The book, published posthumously, includes five memos on the themes of Lightness, Quickness, Exactitude, Visibility, and Multiplicity as they relate to literature and writing. Calvino's sixth and final memo, titled Consistency, was never written. In an attempt to speculate on this missing memo, an AI named ChatGPT was trained on Calvino's writing style and fed prompts and hints about the unknown memo. The resulting text, written by the AI and accompanied by AI-generated images, explores the concept of consistency in literature and the opposition between consistency and multipotentiality. The text remains in its original form, including grammatical quirks and errors, and serves as a playful exploration of new tools available to writers and storytellers.