What of parallel universes and the multiverse?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>If the idea of parallel universes (aka the many worlds theory) is accurate, wouldn’t the </font>workings of physical reality have to take only one specific course, governed by cause and effect, until or unless interfered with by a conscious being with free will? It seems only a living being could possibly have available an infinite possible number of courses of action that may be taken. That only lifeforms with free will could possibly interrupt the determined path that reality will take into the future. If this is accurate, that would seem that, if there were infinite numbers of parallel universes, then all of them were exactlythe same right up until the very first form(s) of life were somehow brought into existenceand made the very first “choices”.
<font color=”#3d85c6″>If parallel universes actually exist, and if there’s an infinite amount of them, and that we </font>have infinite possibilities every second, somehow, somewhere within reality, then most certainly there could be more than countless trillions which could lead us to success at creating various positive changes, specifically with our world.
<font color=”#3d85c6″>Is there a possibility there is more than one universe? If so, how could we ever find out? </font>If all multiple universes exist separately from each other, they would inevitably have to stay finite. The idea of the multiverse that contains an infinite number of universes has been a somewhat popular idea within the scientific mainstream these days.
If there actually is more than one universe, how and where could any sort of boundary line possibly exist between them? What would keep the finite universes into their own separate “framework”, and prevent them from interfering with surrounding universes? Could we actually see other universes through our highly powered telescopes? If we could, how
to know once we’ve found one? How would it look different from our universe?
What does the word “reality” mean? What does “universe” mean? Don’t they seem to have similar definitions? If there were even somehow different rules of physics that other universes experience, why couldn’t all the multiple universes continue to comprise a “one and only” universe? What would a “multi-reality” consist of? Wouldn’t each of the “realities” exist with all the others to compose a “one and only” reality?
Is every universe expanding? If so, does that mean they have to, or at least, eventually will, expand into each other? What keeps any two of them from joining up with each other, if what composes them is actually expanding and rushing outwards?
Could we ever observe other universes within the multiverse? How nearby does our universe exist relative to any of the others? If our universe is expanding, is it expanding into other universes? and that those also expand into other universes, including ours? What is the difference between the multiverse and parallel universes? They were presented separately when they were originally thought of. There have been said to exist infinite amounts of each of them. The multiverse was once presented as infinite separate universes, which exist independently, yet within the same reality as the countless other universes. However, parallel universes were expressed as some type of alternate reality, disconnected from our universal surroundings. <font color=”#3d85c6″>Is there any possible way that someday, we could view or join with </font>a separate universe, whether parallel or of the multiverse variety?
What type of boundary separates each galaxy from the others? What if every galaxy is another universe? What evidence is there that each isn’t? The further we look into distant outer space, how to know if we’re ever starting to actually see other universes? <font color=”#3d85c6″>How to distinguish between the possible edge or boundary line between our universe, </font>to the edge of another universe? What if we could observe “other universes”? If we observe other galaxies through telescopes, why couldn’t we possibly observe other universes? Is every universe within the alleged multiverse finite? Isn’t every galaxy finite? What if there were more universes to spring into existence after “our beginning”? Were any of the universes which compose today’s multiverse, around before “our” Big Bang?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>What exactly “contains” a galaxy? Where to possibly find the boundary lines that </font>separate galaxies? How to know where a given star is found within a galaxy? Is there any area at all within the universe that doesn’t exist within a galaxy? What could possibly exist within that area? objects? mass and energy? only space?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>Does every galaxy exist “right next to” other galaxies? </font>What about how our universe is today? What if “our” universe expands into any of the other universes? What if other universes also expand? What if there exist constant collisions between some of the universes, when they expand into each other’s vicinity?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>How to know for sure exactly how nearby other universes exist? What if every </font>solar system exists in a different universe? Is there a theory of how far away the next universe is?
What if there is at least one parallel universe where literally nothing exists<wbr>? or perhaps an infinite amount of them? of only empty space and time? or what if there exist a few universes where physical reality exists, except without any living beings? The Milky Way galaxy, presented through books and videos, has often been pointed out to exist as gigantic clusters of stars that appear only when we look in one specific direction, at one specific position in the universe. However, our solar system is actually said to exist within the Milky Way. If this is the truth, that our solar system is somehow a part of it, why wouldn’t we instead appear “surrounded” by the Milky Way? <font color=”#3d85c6″>Why is the Milky Way allegedly observable in only one direction from quite a distance </font>away? If our solar system is included or said to exist within, why wouldn’t we seem to appear “encompassed” by the Milky Way, where it is visible from all directions?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>Our solar system is said to exist within the Milky Way galaxy, yet it is allegedly only </font>seen in one direction and area. Why isn’t the Milky Way instead shown to literally surround our solar system, to completely encompass our earthly position here in the universe?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>Also, how could we supposedly see the “beginning of the universe” if we could look </font>possibly to that highest distance into outer space? If we could somehow find and observe another universe, how could we possibly know that’s what it is? Would its appearance somehow look indescribable, compared to the countless galaxies we’re familiar with? Why would we see the galaxy we exist within, only when looking in one specific direction, yet the beginning of the universe would somehow appear in all directions?
If we took away simply one finite universe out of the allegedly infinite multiverse, does the multiverse after that stay infinite? Of course, “infinity plus one” seems meaningless, or impossible to know. However, is “infinity minus one” possibly a finite number?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>If higher dimensions somehow exist, what if there exist infinite dimensions? If there </font>somehow exists finite universes called a multiverse, what if there’s an infinite amount of finite multiverses? Or what if anti-multiverses also exist?
<font color=”#3d85c6″>Anything that is said to have “zero-length or size” couldn’t physically exist in reality. </font>There is also said to exist higher dimensions, after the first four that allegedly compose “space-time”. Where and how could you possibly find them? What is today’s most scientifically accurate definition of “dimension”? How similar is it compared to the original definition?
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