On November 11 2013 the STE below was the number one book on Agnosticism on Amazon.com. Wow! And to think it was simply an outgrowth or worldview that evolved from The 12 Unthinkable Horrors of Human Existence. In vact, this is one of the concepts that the STE teaches–that all things are possible!
Also, that many times, one event leads to unintended consequences–both good and bad. Sad to say but we can only learn from the bad and enjoy the good (as we bask for fleeting moments to the far right of the STE happiness line.
This is a chapter from my book, The 12 Unthinkable Horrors of Human Existence: A Manual for Atheists Agnostics and Secular Humanists [Amazon Link $4.99]
It is now also a separate book, in an expanded version: The Statistical Theory of Everything: It Explains Everything and is Never Wrong [Amazon Link $.99]
This concept is not to be confused with Stephen Hawking’s The Theory of Everything (2007), a unified theory that includes quantum mechanics and the fundamental interactions of nature: gravitation, strong interaction, weak interaction, and electromagnetism. That’s very interesting, but another subject altogether.