Philosopher and social scientist James Patrick Nagle discusses his "Forrest Gump life" of synchronicity, a unique but not uncommon experience of consciousness that he claims is made possible by quantum computer technology (QC). By reverse engineering QC and applying the underlying "qubit philosophy," Nagle discovered the same ancient algorithm hiding in the Holy Bible and in numerous iconic pop culture artifacts and films, including the 94th Academy Awards, Stranger Things, Don't Look Up, Manifest and others by artists and musicians such as Steven Spielberg, Rod Serling, Dennis Hopper, Douglass Adams, Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, and Rush. Nagle is certain that every story he has ever encountered in any form is the product of ancient, alternate universe-building, QC technology. He believes that all stories represent an alternate dimension at the core. Nagle uses this to prove that consciousness, reality, and the universe are also products of QC technology.