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The Gray Case is the third book in the Nerdology series.
The question dealt with in The Gray Case is the weird situation where free will is combined with a fixed future. In one sense it is very easy to imagine it like that when we look back in time. We see a single fixed trail of events and choices leading us to the spot in space-time we view it from. We have had free will all the way and it has lead to a single outcome. So why is it so hard to imagine a fixed future?
Here are three hard core questions for readers who have already read the book:
In which James Bond movie does 007 go through a pipe?
Where is the man on the top of the cover buried?
Why aren't the sixth and seventh lines of the pig house poem written on the same line?