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Infinite States of Texas, But You Live In Only One
Infinite States of Texas, But You Live In Only One | Bryan Greene, multiverse, quantum mechanics, number theory, finite, infinite, economy, Texas, economics,

There are an infinite numbers of universes.

There are an infinite numbers of Texas in other universes.

There are an infinite number of Texas in this universe. 

An infinite number are exactly the same as our state of Texas.

An infinite number are different in varying degrees.

That’s according to Bryan Greene, a theoretical physicist. These are his conclusions, as well as many other scientists, from the current understanding of the definition of infinite, finite, physics, quantum mechanics and string theory. 

So, why isn’t this Texas one of the infinite numbers of Texas where:

  • Undocumented people are recognized for their importance to the Texas economy?
  • Undocumented people are acknowledged for their desire for a better economic life?
  • Undocumented people are sympathized with for their willingness to take low-paying, dangerous and/or tedious and/or nasty jobs because it’s a lifesaver from the harsh economic environment they come from?
  • Undocumented people are treated as people instead of criminals?
  • Education is recognized as the key to the state’s economic future?
  • Educated people are recognized as the key to technological growth?
  • Teachers are not laid off by the thousands?
  • Devastating attacks are not made on the public school system by proponents of private schools and charter schools?
  • Technology is recognized as the key to past and future economic success?
  • Attacks are not made on science upon which technology rests, which is embraced by attackers?
  • Where economic policy is not a battle of theology?
  • Where the economy is market-driven instead of cynical faith-based maneuvering between different religious belief systems?
  • Where the economy is market-driven instead of by insurance lobbies that twist laws to give economic incentives to the negligent and incompetent?

The questions now are asked.  There are too many staring contests, shouting contests, diversions and irrelevancies that are impacting business and economics in our state. Don’t worry about the other states of Texas.  We’re stuck in this Texas.  The good news: we can change it.