There’s this one lady that is affectionately known as the pancake lady.
She has this huge pancake breakfast at her house every Sunday after church.
All the kids, and their parents come by.
Each pancake is made in the shape of a jigsaw puzzle piece.
Nobody is allowed to eat any pancakes until they put together all the pieces, which always ends up matching perfectly for her large, 4 by 8 foot table.
This guy was a house flipper until he bought a house he fell in love with.
Good neighborhood, good schools, low crime rate, lots of burrito stores nearby.
But it was a foreclosure, and they people who left didn’t take any of their stuff.
They escaped quietly, life a thief in the night, taking only what they could carry.
So while he was cleaning up, he found this interesting board game in the basement.
Mixing Mind Parts
Nothing about it was familiar, yet many of the components reminded him of things he thought he might have imagined before, but then forgotten.
It was set up like a regular board game like Monopoly.
It has spaces to land on, a couple of decks of cards, some game pieces, and some dice.
But the dice was a 13 sided dice, and it had weird symbols that he couldn’t understand.
The places he would land were also indecipherable, looking somewhat like tarot cards, but with equally indecipherable writing.
The cards were also indecipherable.
And the player pieces all looked like images that pre-dated Egyptian hieroglyphics.
But he played anyway.
And soon as he rolled the dice, he seemed to be guided by his intuition.
It was like he was watching himself move his strange looking pieces across the board.
He was watching himself pick up the cards and read the writings.
Swirling Mind Parts
He was watching himself understand the writing, and what it commanded him to do, expect the understanding part of his brain was different than the watching part, which remained confused, albeit in an entertaining way.
There was this calculus teacher who loved experimenting with theoretical mathematics as a hobby.
He only taught high school so he would have enough to live while he spend most of his free time, in his basement, deriving theoretical laws of the universe.
Stars Aren’t Where They Were
He was also an amateur astronomer, and he found that many of the widely accepted theories were slightly off.
And he actually derived a much more simple set of principles that would explain everything in perfect detail.
He corrected the errors in Einstein’s theory of general relativity, he had a perfectly understandable explanation of quantum tunneling.
Find The Graviton
He even made a prediction of how find the quantum graviton, that would link quantum mechanics and gravity, which would, once and for all create a robust and structurally consistent, unified field theory.
The Anasazi were believed to have lived in about 1200 BC, right around the time of the bronze age collapse.
They were believed to be a very, very advanced society, who suddenly disappeared.
There is little evidence of their culture, which existed in the now American Southwest, around the four corners region.
But recent evidence suggests that the collapse came quickly and unexpectedly.
There are many skeletal remains, human bones which have human teeth marks.
Which is consistent with other similar events in human history.
One that, when the amount of food needed to maintain a large society suddenly starts to decrease, there is a widespread panic, led by an ultimate collapse.
But also that cannibalism often follows.
Two Stage Eating Plan
Some theorize that humans have a two stage belief system when it comes to cannibalism.
During healthy times, most humans absolute abhor cannibalism.
But as soon as the food supply dwindles, or vanishes completely, an ancient switch goes off in our brains.
That says when you have a choice between dying, and eating your friend, eating your friend, whether they be alive or dead, is always the preferred option.
He was terrified of repercussions.
Since most of our modern society, including our government, banking and military systems, are based on incorrect science, he fears immediate execution of he were to publish his results.
So for now, he’s planning on taking the route that Copernicus did.
He discovered that the then narrative was in correct.
But now, like back then, if you proved the narrative was incorrect, you would be immediately killed, and all your work forgotten.
So Copernicus arranged to have his theories published far and wide, but only after his death.
Which is what he will do.
They’re Waiting For You
Every night when he would come home from work he would play this board game.
And while the watching part of his mind would never understand what was going on, the understanding part of his mind was getting better and better.
And the understanding part of his mind was getting more and more crowded, as the board game the curious side effect of conjuring up more and more players as the game went on.
And every time he would come home from work, to go down in the basement to play this strange game that he didn’t understand, all these entities were waiting for him.
And soon his watching mind faded into the background.
And his understanding and acting mind took over.
The best part, the reason the adults love to come and watch the pancake lady make her pancakes, is she always makes the individual jigsaw puzzle pieces purely from scratch.
She imagines the entire puzzle, then she imagines all the pieces.
And she makes the pieces with only the ladle that she uses to scoop out enough pancake batter to make the pancakes and the spatula.
Of course she has to make them random order, so the kids will have to work to put the big jigsaw puzzle together.
But they always fit together perfectly.
And every Sunday, the number of jigsaw puzzle pieces are different.
She says she calibrates the number of jigsaw puzzles to make, and therefore the complexity and the time required to put together the pancake jigsaw puzzle, based on the average age of the kids.
Something she always seems to know without having to ask.
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