Mostly Harmless - Study Guide Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter three, the concept of a parallel universe is not understandable to anyone. Also, a parallel universe is not necessarily a universe. It is what is known as WSOGMM or the Whole Sort of General Mish Mash. And this does not exist either. The Earth was hit by a neutrino. A neutrino is very small and it is not extremely important when it hits something. But the neutrino struck an atom, and the atom is part of a molecule, a gene and a plant that grows an extra leaf. The neutrino hit a clover. Because of WSOGMM, Tricia failed to leave with Zaphod Beeblebrox, the alien. No one researches the neutrino hitting the clover.

In chapter four, Tricia is tired from her flight from New York back to Britain. She feels the world is against her. There are marks on her lawn...

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