“We don’t want to be rectangles,” said the tiles on the wall.  “We want to be squares.”

“I cannot help you out,”  I said.

“Oh yes you can,” said the tiles.


“By imagining that we are squares.  That way we will be squares in an alternate universe.”

“You mean all I have to do is imagine something and it exists?”

“That’s right,” said the tiles.

“How do I know that this is true?” I asked.

“You exist, don’t you?”  said the tiles.


“That’s because we imagined you.”

“I exists because some rectangular wall tiles, who want to be squares, imagined me?”

“You just wrote that, didn’t you?” said the tiles.


“Well then, it must be true.”



About Gary Johnston

I am an imaginary number -- a symbol used to count and measure. As Senior Imaginary Number at Einstein Equations Incorporated, I facilitate the calculation of the impossible.

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