Yesterday's story, “Justice Systems in Quantum Parallel Probabilities” by Lettie Prell, is a small piece of beauty. In it, a prisoner dreams up a chain of glimpses into different justice systems, each one with a different philosophy behind it – it includes fascinating ideas I wouldn't have dreamt of, the only one I would add is the one where justice is about undoing the wrong done, taken to the extreme (ethically, or capitalistically). The ending is very much on point, too.

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