Tag Archives: Quantum Physics

Quantum Entanglement for Better Living

An essay by Fremde Zwilling, CEO, Paradoxical Twins, Inc. Brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler[1] Art by America Jones One of the most curious developments in quantum physics is quantum entanglement. This is a phenomenon that allows two particles … Continue reading

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Ships Passing in the Night: Romance & Marriage between Lovers from Anti-synchronous Worlds

An essay by Specialist Estaugh Johnten, as provided by Mickey Hunt Art by Errow Collins A frozen image of the park’s playfield looks somewhat like an ordinary playfield on Earth. Families are sitting on blankets with their picnics, a canine … Continue reading

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Observations of Life Contraction

An essay by Dr Valentina Von Bezzhalostny, as provided by Luke McKinney Art by America Jones I didn’t mean to decimate the human race. The Nobel Committee doesn’t know that. They don’t know I did it at all. I’m fairly … Continue reading

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Press Three for Unintended Consequences

An essay by Ander E. Welt, President, Alternative Services, Inc. Brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler Art by Justine McGreevy We at Alternative Services, Inc. (our motto: Life could be better–maybe), are pleased to offer the public a unique, … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Emotional Scarcity in an Induced Multiperson Organism

Dr. Melissa Mariposa, M.D., Ph.D., Psy.D. (deceased) Recovered and Transcribed posthumously from a standard Everitech Labs Neural Recorder by A. Hollins Art by Luke Spooner I gripped the railing tightly, feeling knuckles crack as I looked at the scene of destruction … Continue reading

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Applying to be a God Through TranScendâ„¢

An essay by Blake Morely, as provided by Russ Bickerstaff Art by Luke Spooner We’ve all heard the stories and rumors about the shadowy company known as TranScend™. Any search for them online conjures up a pretty sinister picture carved … Continue reading

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The Birds of Ecthalion

An essay by Noscanaran’e’Prelapsis, as provided by Jaime Babb Art by Leigh Legler Excerpt from “A Survey History of the Human Worlds”, c. 70 500 A.I., compiled by Noscanaran of Taxekentak: The planet 47 Ursa Majoris-3, locally known as Ecthalion, … Continue reading

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The Starvation Of Anthony Dargay

An essay by Anthony Dargay PhD, as provided by Ben Revermann Art by Justine McGreevy Oct. 28, 2015, Day 8, Anthony Dargay PhD. IMPORTANT, DO NOT WALK THROUGH THE PORTAL. READ THIS BEFORE YOU WALK THROUGH THE PORTAL: I pray that you … Continue reading

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Don’t Tell — A Tale of Boredom and Hawaiian Shirts

An essay by Donald R. Fussbarrow, as provided by Myke Edwards Art by Luke Spooner/Carrion House It has always amazed me how many secrets and mysteries a city can hold. Sure, that’s a massive cliché, but it’s the grim truth. A … Continue reading

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A Thread Finer than Hope

Essay by Malini Gupta, as provided by Jack N. Waddell Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett “Professor Gupta,” Dr. Cowen says, voice raised. Had she been speaking? “I’m afraid you must make a decision.” My undergraduate quantum physics students might have … Continue reading

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