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>we were catching momentary glimpses of universes close enough to our own, but falling out of sync because of astrophysical alignment issues
>we spent an unfathomable amount of time on the synchronization problem- opening a rift to not just an adjacent universe, but from a moving point in our own, to a different moving point
>and then i realized we were working counter productively
>that there were going to be a number of universes with identical planetary alignments, which we could sift through, and a side benefit of these universes being highly branched
>we were able to access one.
>and i took my deserved place as the lead executive
>and was promptly targeted for assassination as soon as we stepped into the gray
>ending with my fleeing the entry site in a damaged VTOL and crashlanding halfway around the other globe
>they can't find me because they haven't launched GPS satellites in this world- yet
>and this place is about a thousand years behind ours- we got humans, we got middle ages stuff
>the entry point would be in what we know as arizona in the new world
>i'm pretty sure i'm in northern france, but none of the little bits of language i know are helping too much
>and i'm smart, i remembered to pack a solar powered charger. my work tablet might not have the info for jumpstarting the technology level..
>because no one would have thought to download stuff like "how do you exactly make gunpowder" and "advanced metallurgy"
>but the calculator alone will be worth it, and i'll think of some other useful shit that it might help with with it's basic apps
>and i do remember that you pee on straw and then you mix it with sulfur or something, we can try a few variants on that, see what comes up
>something about steel needing high temperatures and carbon and nickel
>anyway i'm going to pose as a wizard and raise an army and take back what is rightfully mine
>well, take over the company, i only owned 8% at the time, but if you're gonna be a bear, be a grizzly