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Mind Blown. while browsing /sci/. I Multiverse real? Anonymous 10/ / 12( Sunil( y. 28 Replies: Is there actually a universe where I' m not a lonely but a rich a

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I Multiverse real? Anonymous 10/ / 12( Sunil( y. 28 Replies:
Is there actually a universe where I' m not a lonely but a rich and successful physicist who dates a super model?
I Anonymous 10/ / 42( Sun) 20: 30 hlo_ 51553[
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Unfortunately not for you. You appear to be completely identical every single possible permutation of universe their is. Sorry man.
I Anonymous 10/ / 42( Sun) 20: 31 No/ M 55308 Replies:
If multiverse theory is true, then there must be a universe where multiverse theory is false.
I Anonymous 10/ / 42( Sungla: 37 No/
Someone in another universe is not you.
CI sage 10/ / 12( No_ 5155351
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I Anonymous 10/ / 12( No_ 5155352
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User avatar #40 - Compootor (10/17/2012) [-]
My laptop BSOD'd 30 seconds after I enlarged this image. My Laptop hasn't had a Blue Screen once since I got it. This post just blew my computer's mind.
User avatar #54 to #40 - ubercripple (10/17/2012) [-]
Apparently You need to login to view this link blows my computer's mind. Whenever I go to the 'play in browser' page, it BSOD's.
#139 - BobbyMcFerrin (10/17/2012) [-]
No.

If the multiverse theory is correct, it is not considered a variable that can change from dimension to dimension.

The multiverse theory postulates that all cosmological and atomic events within the realm of possibility exist simultaneously. In other words, it is not the theory of "multiple universes", but rather the theory that this universe has an infinite number of copies of itself. Energy throughout all of these copies is still constant. These copies are also not distinguished from one another. Rather, all possible outcomes of every atomic event from the multiverse's birth foreward are contained within a single point. In order to distinguish between copies, one must "jump down a dimension". This "jump" is analogous to picking a line in an infinite plane. In order to pick a point in time in the copy you have chosen, you must "jump" down one more level. This is analogous to picking a point on the infinitely long line you have chosen.

I could go on but I don't think anyone else really cares. Hope you enjoyed anyway.
User avatar #141 to #139 - Icedangel ONLINE (10/17/2012) [-]
I read that in Homers voice. Suddenly learning just became more fun.
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User avatar #146 to #139 - beerterror (10/17/2012) [-]
Of course, and I'm sure that the clever Anon was aware of that too. But it made a wonderful thread and a food for thought anyway.
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#177 to #139 - TheCynic (10/17/2012) [-]
My science hurts.
My science hurts.
User avatar #145 to #139 - techketzer (10/17/2012) [-]
While I can't claim this makes any sense to me, it's highly interesting.
Thank you for sharing the insight.
User avatar #154 to #145 - BobbyMcFerrin (10/17/2012) [-]
This might help with the "jumping" analogy:

Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkxieS-6WuA
Part 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySBaYMESb8o&feature=relmfu
User avatar #179 to #139 - BobbyMcFerrin (10/17/2012) [-]
It seems as if there is interest in the topic, so I'll write a bit more:

The multiverse theory is not simply the product of an active imagination wondering "what if?". It is based on advancements in quantum physics, and may actually hold credence.

The multiverse theory is one of the many children of the double-slit experiment. This experiment sought to quantify the behavior of electrons as either a wave-form or a particle. No one was to expect what the experiment actually found.

If one were to shoot paintballs a piece of plywood with two slots in it, the wall behind the plywood would be painted with two stripes of paint. However, if this same piece of plywood were submerged in water so that the top half of the slots were above the water level, and a single wave was directed at it, something different would happen. The wave would hit the two slots and create two waveforms propagating in a half-circle from the slots on the opposite side. These two waves would interfere with one another, tops canceling bottoms, tops magnifying tops, and bottoms magnifying bottoms. If the wall were to be "painted" where the waves hit the back wall the highest, multiple stripes would be visible, which is known as the interference pattern.

If single electrons were fired at two slots, and the 'wall' behind the slots observed, scientists could this difference between wave behavior and particle behavior to determine the true nature of electrons. Well, upon doing this, the pattern on the back wall proved to be an interference pattern. Wait what? So a single piece of matter interfered with itself, and hit the wall as if it were a waveform. It gets better. When scientists used observing technology to map the path of the electron and ran the test again, the electrons began showing a two-slot pattern on the back wall! The mere act of observing the electron changed its behavior.

Continued-->
User avatar #180 to #179 - BobbyMcFerrin (10/17/2012) [-]
So to summarize, the electron behaved as a "wave of probability" when it was not being observed. Upon introducing an observer, the probability wave collapsed into a single "value". This is to say that everything we see around us is made up of collapsed probability waves. This is also to say that the minute no one is looking, the "matter" ceases to exist in the form we know. Instead, it exists in all mathematically possible positions simultaneously. Now, imagine our brains and our instruments are processors capable of compiling the data in our universe into a "readable" 3-dimensional form along a straight line in the 4th dimension (time). If this is true, and we are merely compiling the information that we come across, then it is a logical consequence that this 'information' exists outside of ourselves in its uncompiled form. This 'reservoir' of uncompiled data is what is known as the multiverse.

I personally agree with the theory, but it is by no means infallible.
#152 to #139 - freemanareso (10/17/2012) [-]
<Me trying to figure out what you just said.
User avatar #144 to #139 - hybredmoon (10/17/2012) [-]
nnnnnnnnnnnnnNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRDDDDDDDD!
#181 to #144 - therealredhood (10/17/2012) [-]
Here you go, good sir.
Here you go, good sir.
User avatar #23 - iHAXnoobs (10/17/2012) [-]
except the multiverse theory only states that whenever a particle does one thing instead of the other it creates another universe, so every single universe that exist follows the same laws of physics.
#55 to #23 - ubercripple (10/17/2012) [-]
But what if multiverses precede the big bang, leading to an alternate system of physics, in universes where the big bang happened differently, or not at all? Or if there was another reality prior to the big bang that then collapsed in a big crunch, which also followed a different set of physical laws?
But what if multiverses precede the big bang, leading to an alternate system of physics, in universes where the big bang happened differently, or not at all? Or if there was another reality prior to the big bang that then collapsed in a big crunch, which also followed a different set of physical laws?
User avatar #385 to #55 - iHAXnoobs (10/19/2012) [-]
the big bang didn't create physics
User avatar #386 to #385 - ubercripple (10/19/2012) [-]
For all we know, any circumstances surrounding the big bang could have affected the way in which the laws of physics manifested themselves. Nobody has any way of proving that either right or wrong.
User avatar #387 to #386 - iHAXnoobs (10/21/2012) [-]
I'm trying my absolute best to not be offensive, but you are clearly a child with a very small understanding of physics, don't try to come up with wild random hypothesis and claim that "Nobody has any way of proving that either right or wrong"
User avatar #388 to #387 - ubercripple (10/21/2012) [-]
I was being a bit flippant with my first comment, and I obviously couldn't know whether or not the big bang influenced the way the laws of physics manifested themselves. I don't claim to be an expert in physics, but I am also not a child. What I am saying is that nobody could possibly know the way in which the laws of physics manifested. I did not come up with a hypothesis, I was posing a question. I usually do hate the "can't prove me wrong" argument as well, but the point is I'm not posing an argument.

Additionally, just because one theory says something doesn't mean there aren't different equally valid theories opposing that idea, especially in theories regarding multiverses and the big bang. If you're willing to acknowledge that you were a tad rude in your presumptuousness I will yield. But the universe is a much larger and complex place than we could possibly imagine, especially at this point in our scientific history, and assuming that you know details of matters beyond anyone's grasp at this time shows great disrespect for the scientific process.
User avatar #167 to #55 - EdwardNigma (10/17/2012) [-]
You saved the day. And this means I can create fire in one universe.
Sounds great.
#41 to #23 - mrswagly (10/17/2012) [-]
DAMMIT I WANTED TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO FLY AND REPLACE WHAT AIR LOOKED LIKE WITH THE WAY FIRE LOOKS! THIS RUINS EVERYTHING!
#157 - enragedanon (10/17/2012) [-]
I just finished by philosophy paper on multiverse theory and never considered this. **** .
#172 to #157 - anonymoose (10/17/2012) [-]
I doubt that. If you did a paper on the multiverse theory you'd know that the multiverse theory cannot affect things external to the multiverse theory i.e. the existence of other universes.

If I'm wrong, your paper must be filled with holes.
User avatar #178 to #172 - anonymoose (10/17/2012) [-]
external to the specific universe*
User avatar #238 to #172 - rockamekishiko ONLINE (10/17/2012) [-]
but maybe in one universe that rule is broken...
User avatar #316 to #238 - anonymoose (10/17/2012) [-]
. . . no.
#265 - newfagsrus (10/17/2012) [-]
Comment Picture
User avatar #309 to #265 - homopanda (10/17/2012) [-]
This gif and promises by Nero is one of the greatest things i've ever seen
User avatar #269 to #265 - damnusername (10/17/2012) [-]
i'm listening to black masks and gasoline by rise against, and that picture fits perfectly with the song
User avatar #273 to #269 - fuzzyballs (10/17/2012) [-]
I'm proud of you
#294 to #273 - AcornShouter (10/17/2012) [-]
**AcornShouter rolled a random image posted in comment #153 at Fangirls ** im proud of you for being proud of him
**AcornShouter rolled a random image posted in comment #153 at Fangirls ** im proud of you for being proud of him
User avatar #372 to #294 - fuzzyballs (10/17/2012) [-]
you're a dissapointment....
#80 - ariusbrightwing (10/17/2012) [-]
I WACH U PEE IN ALL UNIVERSE THOUGH, FOR AM DENNY =))))))
#79 - anaklusmos (10/17/2012) [-]
if the multiverse theory is true then there is a universe where frodo and sam are taking the ring to mordor as we speak.
if the multiverse theory is true then there is a universe where frodo and sam are taking the ring to mordor as we speak.
User avatar #82 to #79 - YourLordAndMaster (10/17/2012) [-]
That means there's a universe where the eagles flew the hobbits to Mt Doom
#84 to #82 - orangepikmin (10/17/2012) [-]
Which means that in another universe, this guy isn't dead yet.
User avatar #86 to #84 - YourLordAndMaster (10/17/2012) [-]
In another universe he never existed
#328 to #75 - theholum (10/17/2012) [-]
I'm an atheist, but i don't believe in the multiverse theory

And don't debate me, please
User avatar #364 to #75 - andalitemadness (10/17/2012) [-]
Hardly anyone really believes in the multiverse theory.
User avatar #60 to #43 - essaressa (10/17/2012) [-]
his face looks perfect for

I CAME
#325 to #60 - elcreepo (10/17/2012) [-]
No.
No.
#17 - djequalizee (10/17/2012) [-]
If the multiverse theory is true, then that means that in at least one universe, somewhere, i am batman.
User avatar #111 to #17 - hefromnorway (10/17/2012) [-]
That also means that there is another universe where you're getting brutally raped by a big black guy, and you're liking it ...
User avatar #20 to #17 - sjsharks (10/17/2012) [-]
that means your parents are dead
User avatar #53 to #20 - himyouknowwho (10/17/2012) [-]
if the multiverse theory is true, then it means that there are an universe were batman have parents.
User avatar #24 to #20 - iHAXnoobs (10/17/2012) [-]
worth it
#121 - theluppijackal (10/17/2012) [-]
It doesn't work like that
The multiverse theory is simply put for every action that has ever occured, said action hasn't occured in another universe. To keep it simple, say you knocked over your soda. There exists a universe where you didn't knock it over, one where you caught it, one where it only tipped... etc.
There's a universe permanantly stuck as that tiny dot of mass and energy. There's a universe void of light since matter and antimatter cancelled each other out. There's a universe where there is not earth. Scientific laws do not change universe to universe. There may be a universe where matter acts different and changes the formulas in those laws, but that is only because a different action occurred at the big bang.
/rant
#134 to #121 - cachi (10/17/2012) [-]
If there was an infinite numbers of universes then there would be one universe which is capable of destroying every universe that exists and then we die. (yes it can exist a universe capable of stopping it but the one which destrys other universes will always win because if he is stop it doesn't matters but if he isn't stop every universe dissapears)
User avatar #389 to #134 - theluppijackal (11/16/2012) [-]
False
You'd need an equal amount of energy of a universe to destroy another universe
So it'd have to destroy itself
#390 to #389 - cachi (11/16/2012) [-]
You can use the energy of the universe which you want to destroy, it doesn't have to be from yours.

P.S: It took you long to answer :o
User avatar #391 to #390 - theluppijackal (11/16/2012) [-]
Well damn, you got me there. I still think there's a fallacy. you'd have to encapture and transfer that energy, but it makes sense.

P.S. I was just looking through old comments
User avatar #392 to #391 - cachi (11/16/2012) [-]
hahahah, actually I think you can be right in both ways, but that's because logical thinking can explain nothing :DDD
#48 - scorcho (10/17/2012) [-]
there is a universe where everyone has spider powers, and they read comic books about the amazing man
User avatar #62 to #48 - supamonkey (10/17/2012) [-]
It's called Earth-616 ASM issues #666-673
#156 - bcmn (10/17/2012) [-]
I know it's meant to be a joke and everything....Cause it's definitely funny, but it's not exactly the case.
The multiverse theory doesn't necessarily mean that physical impossibilities are possible in other universes. In other words, there's no universe where 2+2=5. The theory just says that there are an infinite number of paths that the universe can take through time, because of different choices made, or just different physical occurrences.
So really, if the multiverse theory IS true, it must be true in all universes.
#142 - zanshin (10/17/2012) [-]
For the programmers:   
You could think of the universes as class objects.   
And there is a global variable that can't be accessed from one of the objects.   
And the variable makes the rule multi universe = true.   
So basically a single universe has no effect on the multi universe theory.
For the programmers:
You could think of the universes as class objects.
And there is a global variable that can't be accessed from one of the objects.
And the variable makes the rule multi universe = true.
So basically a single universe has no effect on the multi universe theory.
User avatar #153 to #142 - thedarkestrogue (10/17/2012) [-]
That. Is brilliant and I love the analogy.
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