( I wrote this in 1988. My memory of writing it is how smugly proud I was of the depth and ripeness of meaning the finished story had. Having re-read it after all of these years and re-typed it to post here, I am struck by how obvious and shallow it actually is, and how unbalanced the narrative . Still, I like it and what I was trying to say with it, regardless of how poorly I actually said it.)
I don’t believe in God, but fully expect that to change the closer I get to dead.
I don’t believe in Karma, but see no harm in trying to live my life as if I do. Continue reading
(This is a short flash fiction story that is me kinda trying to understand some heavy physics with no math skills.)Embed from Getty Images
“From the viewpoint of the theory (‘Many Worlds Theory’), all elements of a superposition (all ‘branches’) are ‘actual’, none any more ‘real’ than the rest.” – Hugh Everett III Continue reading