If the multiverse theory is true, then there’s a universe where it isn’t.
Multiverse theory doesn’t cover paradoxical situations
Except in the universe where it does
i’m having an aneurysm
What? Do you mean that there’d be a bounded section of the multiverse that has nothing but vacuum energy in it? Or perhaps absolutely has nothing in it, not even vacuum energy? Could that be some kind of Great Attractor of other universes if the idea that vacuums must be filled even applies to such a situation? What if the physics of such a bounded section of the fabric of the multiverse disallowed any kind of inter-universe interaction or any sort of need for the vacuum to be filled?
Also, it sounds like one can have a bounded part of space where the multiverse does exist and another bounded part of space where the multiverse doesn’t exist.
…I’m starting to sense a dire need for some theoretical physical mathematics, here.
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it appears if you go on a link to a tumblr blog called ‘timetobecreative’
please be careful and don’t click this link!
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Please stay safe out there!