Browsing All posts tagged under »alternate universe«

Glakreg, cont. — a short story

July 8, 2018

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[Glakreg’s story begins at this link] No one knows they’re not dreaming. Not one of us. Not ever. Not for one single moment of our lives. — Doctor Who I was doing fine until I set off the quantum fluctuation. It’s been trouble ever since. I was finishing up my college physics project, an experiment […]

Why God Smiles — a short story

June 12, 2014

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If God is Love, then He must be smiling. All the time. No matter what fate befalls you, no matter what distress, God’s benevolent smile beams down upon you. If you are happy, God is smiling. At death’s door? Enraged by the caprices of God’s universe? Regardless, his sunlike radiance pours its warmth onto you. […]

Science, Philosophy, and Woo-Woo — Part 1

February 27, 2014

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Recently an online blogger wondered whether atheists could believe in spiritual things. (You know: ghosts, reincarnation, ESP.) I posted a reply: 1. Buddhists are spiritual but don’t believe in a deity that runs everything. 2. Scientists believe in a physical universe that exists separately from awareness, yet they can’t prove such an assertion, for the […]