Burdened by repressed guilt and afflicted with a self-imposed incapacity to assign meaning to interpersonal relationships, a neurotic and introverted physics professor launches an absurdly rational scientific quest: to either prove by her life or disprove by her death a concurrently fantastic and infinitely alluring theory--quantum immortality. But it is a theory that ironically can only be proved by Sophie undergoing repeated experiments that in all probability will result in her death. For in each one of these experiments, there is a 50% chance she will live and a 50% chance she will die. Her continual Russian Roulette gambles are what is known as the thought experiment of Quantum Suicide.
Did You Know?
He said we're all afraid of what comes after death. He said it's the reason we don't kill ourselves.