Immutable

It is an age of advancement of technology. A scientist named Josh Wagner is working on his own project. After working on it about ten years, he saw the success. It would revolutionize quantum computing. We will be able to count near planks constant. It opens billions of opportunities. But he has a particular one in his mind. His beloved wife and two children left him because of this project. So, after the project, he decided to fix his mistake. He makes a will.

Josh Wagner made 12 copies of the consciousness of himself. According to his will, his consciousness will be replaced only in 30 years old artificial biogenic bodies. His work on counting nearly solved the decision-making problem. So, those copies are nearly as human as him, as talented as him and so on. Josh wants his clones to live an average person’s life. He wants them to take trips, go fishing, seek adventure, get married, raise children. In short, he wants them to have a life.  After creating copies, he goes to sleep to the cryogenic chamber as the law of the world dictates that you can’t have simultaneous existence.

After nearly 250 years later, he wakes up. Because his clones lived their life. He was curious. According to his calculation, he should sleep at least 100 more years. So, what went wrong? He login to the database to learn about his clones. He was shocked! After a waking up in the new body, his clones started to do something new. But they get bored! Then they tried to engage themselves in a job but always has doubt. This self-doubt causes suicide 4 times and only 2 of them were successful like Josh but according to their videos and other uploads to the social media, they all lead a miserable life. Josh finally realized his mistake. The choice you make, it creates who you are. Life isn’t fair. You have to live with what you have already chosen. There is no ‘what if’, it is just a leisure time fantasy!

 

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