- Kevin Brian Carroll
- Cincinnati, OH
- United States
Would you keep it to yourself or give it away to someone who had already achieved the fame required to promote it to the world?
If you had uncovered the truth about reality (and humanity's unique role within it) and it was very much capable - as a initiating notion - of launching subsequent metaphysics and physics breakthroughs, but you had never prepared your life to be viewed as a credible messenger/educator within that specific cultural sphere, would you persist in trying to break this revolutionary notion as its author, or would you quietly hand it over to a much more notable individual whose claims of authorship would be much more successful in gaining widespread interest in the notion itself?