Enchantium Gas is Real (Tell Me Something I Didn’t Know)

Enchantium Gas

This might look like a photo of the Lagoon Nebula in the constellation Sagittarius, but it’s actually Enchantium Gas, also known as the square root of -1 on the periodic table of elements. I discovered this stuff way back in 2008.

This morning I read an article about a “quiet revolution” in theoretical physics. According to Max Tegmark, a physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, consciousness may in fact be an undiscovered form of matter, as in a solid, liquid or gas. He even gave the new element a fancy name. “Perceptronium.”

Now, far be it from me to accuse a highly decorated theoretical physicist of scientific plagiarism, but I had to wonder…has this guy read my book?

In Zorgamazoo, I very clearly laid out the principals not only of human thought as an element (ahem, Enchantium Gas anyone?), but I also went one step further, postulating how an entire civilisation, power system and energy cycle could be derived from something as intangible as psychological boredom.

This was way back in 2008. This guy Tegmark—if that’s his real name—is waaay behind the times. Seriously, physicists, chemists, people of science: Do try to keep up.

(Sigh.)

Enchantium Gas

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