Every child cries for its mother in the dark. She is light and life. In the night sky, nevertheless, what matters most is the darkness between stars. It is a massive emptiness, a vacuum which accumulates energy inflating and containing universes all around us. We are light made in darkness. Confronted with this enormity, perhaps we call out for our mothers and fathers: The Gods.
Home Alone in the Multiverse
by William C. Dell
Genre: Speculative Nonfiction
One day, looking at my beer bottle the label said: “Don’t Forget You’re Here Forever.” This book is about how that can be. We are in a multiverse of island universes floating in a boundless field. I am proposing that every single thing – large and small, animate or inanimate – is a separate universe, all strung together, alone, in an eternal multiverse. As a universe, you are here forever.
William C. Dell is Professor Emeritus of Humanities, Montclair State University, New Jersey. His published works include metaphysics, poetry, inter-disciplinary studies, and literary criticism.
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