The Darkest Timeline

Are we in the darkest timeline?

Let’s assume that multiverse theories exist and that there are numerous other parallel universes that may or may not resemble the one we’re in now.  Let’s assume that all those parallel universes are lined up best possible outcome to worst.

In some of those universes racism doesn’t exist. The two or three choices in our history that ended up as an ingrained racist system never happened, happened slightly differently or racism just never  caught on.

With all of our potential worlds and all their potential outcomes lined up against each other is our planet earth still something to be proud of? How far from center are we and how dark does our world get?

 

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PHIL SUSSMAN Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli presents the Distinguished Service Cross to Staff Sgt. Christopher B. Waiters Oct. 23, 2008 during a ceremony at Soldiers Field House.

The many millions of choices that have been made since the beginning of human life on any earth have all added up to create the potential future of any timeline.

Most potential futures still have a mathematical chance of happening.

Even TWWOR. That reality still has a chance. But the one factor that affects our decision making also affects our ability to have TWWOR: Racism

Of the many decisions we make in a day, racism is constantly lurking and aware. Even with small wins like simple disregard, it adds up.

Racism could be the cause of our darkest demise. It stops us from achieving our destiny as greatest timeline- by putting one group against each other, in terms of what’s not best for the rest of the world.

This is our darkest timeline. We’re in dire need of an  anti-racist hero. Likely he will need outside help.

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