As morbid as it sounds my kids and I, well my daughter as my son doesn't talk thoughts out loud, think and talk about this issue of if a wreck was going to happen we would want to all go together. We actually sort of joke about it talking about having to finish one or the other off so all would go at once. It is opposite of how royalty travels to us because of the togetherness issue. The family tragedy, imagine how those grandparents, aunt, uncles, nieces and nephews feel about it as a tragedy. Have you listened to the The Path interview ubik posted by Tom http://www.thepathseries.com/campbell
, it seems to fit here. I imagine that each iuoc will do as it intends/needs and my feeling is they may or may not stay together although as Tom said in this interview they go into a comfort zone reality at first. In that case then staying together for a bit also seems viable depending on the quality of their iuoc. I also would imagine the 10 week old would have the least requirement for an acclimation reality since s/he just got here. This is the sort of tragedy in which knowing what is really going on (MBT) helps me not to just start crying about it as I usually do. My sons doctor teared up talking about someone with a downs syndrome child today, and I stayed dry eyed, again unusual. Something is changing in me about life, a fundamental change I can feel happening. I might actually get my shit together, excuse my French, but my English isn't much better. Amazing.