Tired of religions that rely on superstition and the sort of magic practiced at the Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Magic, Jurgen M. Kalisch decided to try his hand at one based on science and rational thinking. It began as an idea for a satirical Steampunk version of a well-known cult religion featuring a former USMC Gunnery Sergeant and has evolved into a hypothesis featuring quantum computing and the possible nature of the conscious mind. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe featured a computer that promised to provide the answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything.

Whilst this one doesn’t, it uses only 2,238 words to help you discover what might be the answer to the Ultimate Question.

Perhaps it’s worth a look…

https://sciencol.blogspot.com/

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mike knowles

mike knowles

I’ve spent over 40 years working mainly in comics, along with contributions to TV, Radio, animation, gonzo-style journalism.