Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives - Chapters 33 through 36 Summary & Analysis

David Eagleman
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Chapter 33: Narcissus

In the afterlife, people finally learn that their true purpose was to collect data. The advanced cameras that human eyes are equipped with take high quality images. Humans were created by Cartographers who carry holy books that contain volumes of maps. The humans were created to cover the earth and capture images of every corner of earth for the Cartographers. In the afterlife, the lifetime of these images and data are downloaded. The afterlife is located in the center of the earth where the Cartographers, who are much smaller than humans, exist. But the Cartographers are disappointed in the progress. It seems that the humans are more interested on focusing on other people and directing their eyes or cameras on other people instead of the terrain.

Chapter 34: Seed

God created man by accident. He created atoms which bonded with electrons and...

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