Is there human reason, different from divine reason? I’ve decided there must be. Einstein died without ever solving quantum entanglement, what he called “spooky action at a distance.” Nobody has solved it since. This is the ability of two coordinated electrons, though separated by a thousand light years of space, to change instantaneously and simultaneously, never mind that the speed of light would take a thousand years to reach from one to the other to communicate the change.
Einstein himself said nothing can go faster than the speed of light. So I put my ambition to go to my final rest in a rational or reasonable way aside, and defer to him Who Made It All with a single explosion.
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I intend to avail myself of this mysterious power–call it prayer, too–to achieve something in this short life.