“A new religion has set out to store memories for centuries and deliver its believers into a world where our souls can outlive our selves.” So begins a Time Magazine article about Terasem. The end: “[T]echnology can do almost everything for us… but it can’t bring the people we love back from the beyond. At least, the Terasemians say, not yet.”
An example of the hypothetical “weird time physics” that I discussed in my talk at the MTA conference. This is not (yet) “time travel” or “quantum archaeology” and should not be taken as such, but it shows that different pixels of space-time are subtly entangled.