Schrödinger's Cat: an Episode of Paralleled Realities Essay | Essay

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Schrdinger's Cat: an Episode of Paralleled Realities

Summary: Ursula K Leguin's "Shroedinger's Cat" offers a very radical view on reality and time travel in a very metaphysically endowed argument. The tri-timeline that Leguin offers allows for paralleled realities to exist and be created at every moment of every existence in time, therefore creating an infinitely broad spectrum of realities. The story of "Schroedinger's Cat" is presented in an experimental mode where each character represents a different experimental variable (control, dependent, and independent).
Schrödinger's Cat: An Episode of Paralleled Realities

The idea of parallel realities has existed within the literary circle of science fiction for many years. One of the key concepts behind alternate dimensions is that with every action and decision - whether it is consciously made or not - another alternate dimension has the opposite action or decision made, and that there are subsequent realities created in which every other option exists uniquely. Ursula LeGuin's short story "Schrödinger's Cat" is a direct manifestation of the idea of paralleled realities in that the story deals with an experiment that spawns countless paralleled realities. Merely one of the skewed realities is overseen during the course of the narration. The Schrödinger "Gedankenexperiment" ("thinking experiment" in German) is a hypothetical situation in which a cat is placed in a sealed box with a gun and a photon emitter that has...

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