The New Scientist offer's this week's best headline:
Who could resist?
The story concerns new theorizing about the many-worlds hypothesis, and the notion that emergent parallel universes could overwrite each other. Science fiction ideas just ooze out of the paragraphs:
"It could act like a big random fluctuation, like suddenly making the temperature of the universe become really high and boiling everything... Or it could be more peaceful, where you're simply converted into somebody who remembers stuff from the large world, so the statistics would be those of the large world."