We often call a certainty a hope, to bring it luck.
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It is sometimes the man who opens the door who is the last to enter the room.
Seeing through is rarely seeing into.
Irony is the hygiene of the mind.
Blessed are those who give without remembering and take without forgetting.
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Well, right now, I'm very fascinated with 1920s Berlin. I mean, probably the more interesting thing would be to go to the beginning of civilization or precivilization - like polytheistic times. It would be interesting to see what came before modern religion and culture - what circumstances created the environment or the need for it.
Hugh Everett's work has been described by many people in terms of many worlds, the idea being that every one of the various alternative histories, branching histories, is assigned some sort of reality.