Ray Bradbury’s “Sound of Thunder” was about a stubborn man, Eckels, who travels into the past to kill a dinosaur but accidentally kills a butterfly which changes the course of his future. What struck me the most was how the seemingly delicate’s butterflies death was juxtapositioned next to the death of the giant dinosaur (who’s death was inevitable anyway). The story makes you question was is and is not important; what small change in my decisions could lead to a life altering reality later? Bradbury really makes you feel like everything is/can change the future while also making you feel like the big tyrannosaur of a problem could just be nothing. The point, I guess, is that you never know.