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The ruling dynamic of the cosmos is the inevitable state of equilibrium toward which everything that exists must flow. In 13.7 billion years during the expansion of the misnamed Big Bang, a mix of particles eventually produced homo sapiens, leaving us to continually question our purpose for existence. We use religion and other social-structuring tools, sometimes to our advantage and sometimes to our own destruction, in an effort to make sense of our lives and inevitable deaths.

These poems and stories are reflections on those quests for meaning in the otherwise indifferent and incomprehensible universe in which sentience exists.

Entropic Musings

  • $8.99 (91 pages)

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