As the world’s greatest physicist, she’d proven that, given the infinite size of the multiverse, all things possible must happen. Somewhere out there another her was in a duplicate Grand Canyon filled to the brim with hungry, squirming lions. Fortunately, she herself was sipping ice lemonade as she thought deep thoughts on a sunny beach in Aruba. Somewhere, she thought, there must be a duplicate her on a duplicate Aruba where a wormhole suddenly opens, sucks her in, and drops her on the lions. Unless, of course– [A wormhole suddenly opens, sucks her in, and drops her on the lions.]
Larry Hodges is an active member of SFWA with over 120 short story sales and four novels. He’s a graduate of the six-week 2006 Odyssey Writers Workshop and a member of Codexwriters. In non-fiction, he has 17 books and 2000+ published articles in over 170 publications. Visit him at larryhodges.com.
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