Jan 15
by Mirosław Wójcik, Nowy Sącz, Poland

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Multiplicity in unity.
Rational usage of
time-space dominated by
dark energy, matter.

Unmeasured richness of
still hidden, far
exactly alike worlds
or astonishingly different.

A subject of
assumptions and theories
until we gain
yet inaccessible knowledge.

Multiverse(s). Separated? Really?
What then about
Einstein-Rosen bridges?
Nobody got through.

Sci-fi makes it
easy. Science still
struggles with this
issue. And we…?

We are here.
On planet Earth.
Plunged into multidimensionality
of day-to-day life.

Plain, sophisticated, colorful
or in shades
of grayness. That’s
our closest multiverse.

Mirosław Wójcik | 13th of January 2019 | Nowy Sącz, Poland

credit: ESO


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