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4 Quotations from Lisa Tuttle
95 We’re not bound by the same limitations, and we can become aware of alternate realities.
230 What distinguished human intelligence from so-called artificial intelligence, the reason machines could not be said to
as humans did, was the existence of alternate universes.
92 You probably haven’t heard of the many-worlds theory in quantum mechanics, but a lot of people consider the idea of parallel universes.
92 To call them ‘parallel worlds’ isn’t really accurate; it makes more sense to visualize these universes as splitting off at right angles.