Changed a paragraph a bit in Chapter 1, it now reads:
"As Hawking and Mldoinow will go on to explain, like many of the ideas coming out of the scientific community now, these discoveries defy common sense. But common sense is simply everyday, mundane, experience. That's why we wonder why some people don't seem to have the same 'common sense' we do. It is not based on the nature of the universe that has been revealed through science, and that unlike the complicated reality some people would like you to believe in, 9-5 mon-fri, buying stuff to impress enemies, beauty, fashion, politics...war, the nature of the universe is much more simple and far less complex then it lets on."
Changed a para. in Chap. 3:
"We know it's actually just a bunch of overlapping energy fields. These fields should in theory still be there even after any of these scenarios. Purely as conjecture, perhaps this has already happened before and we see the effects as Dark Matter and Dark Energy."
"But how can this be? Well, the findings suggest that objective reality does not exist. The separation between the two particles, does not actually exist in the first place. To us it would appear that the speed of light has been broken, but in reality, in the implicit order of the universe, "distance" does not exist. If we think of those particles as existing outside of time we can see how they could, to us, be everywhere at the same time and that the illusion of two particles and the problems with nonlocality disappear."
And a few other minor edits here and there.
Work on the 2nd half of this paper is coming together pretty well. My writing style spreads itself out over multiple chapters simultaneously, so typically when chapter '1' is done, so is the majority of the rest of the topics I've explored.
Hope all is well,