Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Concerning "Angels of the Quantum Gate"

For "Angels" I was intrigued by the possibilities posed by the ideas of multiple universes, super intelligent beings and how they might interact with us, and the possible importance of each individual when presented with an absence of meaningful time but the presence of infinite universes. To answer the question of why this or that happens, the answer might become that everything that can happen does happen, somewhere. Given a lack of evidence, do answers to such possibilities require an act of faith, of belief if you will? How do universes exist without intelligence to acknowledge their possibilities? This is a mysterious, even spiritual, realm for which the beacon of science cannot provide answers to the questions that science generates. 

William David Hannah
author of Angels of the Quantum Gate