The World Fears To Think Of The Possibility Of A President Trump

Today (9–20–16) President Obama stands upon the podium of the United Nation’s and warns America and the word (without mentioning his name) of the dire consequence to humanity if a carelessly narrow-minded, self-centered electorate chooses Donald J. Trump to be president.

Because of the universal law of probability balance perhaps Trump, or at least someone like him, coming to such a position of importance will either now be an inevitably certainty or must soon be a certainty.

What, you say, has Donald Trump have to do with something called probability balance. Let’s just say that a highly unstable personality such as Trump fits the role as the catalysts for nature’s ultimate offset of humanity’s existence.

Simply put the universal law of probability balance says that creation at some point in time must always be offset by destruction. Humankind over the last few centuries has had a remarkable run of technical creativity. For some time now the offset of all that creativity has been laying doormat in the form of millions of tons worth of nuclear hell just waiting for some catalyst to set it off like a string of Chinese firecrackers.

As humankind is a creation of the universe and thus subject to its laws, in the end there is nothing it can do to prevent the final offset. It remains only a matter of who and when the final act of destruction will be triggered.

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