Multiverse Is Inevitable


Multiverse is inevitable and we are living in it!

The Universe we observe, from one end to another; it is just a single drop in a vast, never-ending cosmic ocean.

Imagine, beyond what we can see, there is more space, more stars, galaxies, blackholes, planets, solar systems, and a lot more of everything else. And all of it continuing for zillions of lights years beyond what we will ever be able to access.

Imagine that there is not one but zillions of Universes just like ours, spread across countless number of light years; some larger and older; some smaller and younger dotted throughout an even larger space-time. Imagine!

As rapidly and inevitably these Universes expand, the Space-Time containing them expands even more quickly, driving the apart from one another and ensuring that no two Universe will ever meet. making sure, you will never get to see your doppleganger from a parallel Universe.

All of this is a crazy fiction and a real dream I so much want to prove to be true.

If the science we accept today is correct, if all our theories and equations hold, it’s not only a valid idea, it’s an unavoidable consequence of our fundamental laws.

Idea of Multiverse has its roots in the Physics required to describe the Universe that we see and inhabit today.

Categories: science

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  1. I was reading some interesting notes related to this today, regarding some high energy particle readings from Antarctica. Fascinating, and it definitely appears to point towards at least one parallel universe (which obviously implies the existence of an endless number of them)

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  2. That was a really interesting read! I loved how you wove in descriptive language with science to make this a pleasure to read. Thanks for the article!

    -Andrew Gavin from Takes One

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      • I hope you use your intellect on these universal questions and help humanity understand more, but also that you use your intellect to illuminate “earthly” questions as well.

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      • Yes, science is important. It seems to me that point is fairly well-understood. However, if the purpose of science is to protect humans mainly from medical harm and other such things, what would be the point of doing that if life were not enjoyable? And what makes it enjoyable? Art in all its forms.

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      • Well, if the point you are making is for life to be enjoyable, then it is too contradictory for you to ask me to understand people.
        Because not trying to understand people is what I enjoy doing.

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      • How does this philosophy work exactly?
        You want people to have a life they can enjoy but when someone is enjoying the life he is living, you want to change that! Doesn’t sound weird at all!

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      • You expressed dissatisfaction about people not understanding the importance of science. It did not sound like you were enjoying that. Therefore, you either have to give up on explaining it to people or you have to understand the person you are talking to first before getting into scientific theories and facts.

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      • I am enjoying the life I live. I am disappointed in people, not in myself.
        I am disappointed in the fact how I am surrounded by idiots.
        I am unhappy about having a proper functioning brain.
        So those are different things.

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      • My point is as long as the people you deal with closely understand you and vice versa, then you’re fine. With the rest, if it’s important to try to teach them anything, then it’s important to understand them first. Not understand to the 10th degree, but allow their voice.

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      • I wonder if Tesla understood people! Did he? No. He didn’t. Nor did the people of his time understood him.
        Worked out pretty well.

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      • See, if you were a scientist, you would have understood the fact that for people with brains like mine, that satisfaction of being right and achieving something in the our field is much beyond financial gains.
        That’s the difference.
        If something excites me, I will work on it without expecting any remuneration.

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      • I do understand that, but you mentioned a well-known name particularly given Elon Musk’s work I guess, therefore I wanted to know how exactly you believe things worked out for him.

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      • So, according to you, if a person makes a financial gain from a work, it is only then that the work will be considered to be of importance. Is it?

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      • Absolutely not. You mentioned a well-known name as an example of success. I wanted to know what kind of success. Would you still consider him a success if he hated every minute of his life?

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      • But that’s the point. What I am doing, what Tesla did, what every scientist does, he enjoys every moment of it. It is a never ending quest for truth beyond truth. And it is never stupid and one who is passioanate about it will never hate anything that happens while doing that particular thing.

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      • Well, unless he or she works in a vacuum, he or she will always have to encounter the society in which he or she lives and in order to be the most effective even with the science, it’s best to understand that society.

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      • No. Most of the risks humanity faces arise from people trying to blindly follow religion and then go out killing in the name of Jihad, Hindutva, Khalistan, etc.

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      • Whatever goes into making a person who they are is nowhere near to being as complicated as the Theory of Everything alone.

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      • But that’s the thing, we are. Can’t contemplate over things that are not.
        You can’t live a life saying, ‘If my aunt had beard and moustache, I would have called her uncle’.

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      • And also, it worked out in a way that you have electricity in your home which you can use in countless number of ways.

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      • So based on your current argument, the only thing that matters is the scientific achievement. People are irrelevant? If that’s the case, then why are you allowing people to frustrate you?

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      • Who said I am frustrated? Did you see me banging my head into a wall?
        If a person is trying to put a point and make people understand the importance of something and prove how stupid something is, it doesn’t mean the person is frustrated.

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      • When you were a child and asked questions to your parents, did they answer you because they wanted their child to grow up and have some intellectual stability or did they answer you because they were frustrated?

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      • Not trying to understand people makes my job easier.
        Moreover, there is no point wasting time on doing something that will hold no particular importance 150 years from now.

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      • If you have a point that is useful to make to people then you first have to understand the person. If you are worried about 150 years from now only, then people understanding or not now shouldn’t matter either in which case there is nothing to discuss.

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      • There always is. 150 years from now, I don’t want people to remember me for being someone who understood people.
        I want them to remember me for what I did and how that was way beyond my time and the effort I put to make Humans civilozation better by trying to make everyone realuze the importance of the factual science over fictitious religion.

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      • If that is the case, and you don’t need people for those achievements, then don’t worry too much about explaining it if you encounter resistance. If you think there is value to people understanding, then you have to understand people too.

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  3. I’m not a physicist and I understand there are others who have written about the multiverse, but something I saw in a meditation years ago was basically every sci fi book and movie – and many we can’t even conceive of, are places and lifetimes we’ve lived. The laws of this universe govern this universe and are unique for what we want to experience here. Our senses being an enormous part of how we experience life differently. The way our souls learn here being so diverse and different than say, Atlantis. Or a plasma based universe – and again I’m not a scientist so I can’t really explain some of what I saw. I’m really excited to see how science reveals these theories to us in more scientific ways. It’s really cool some of the new research being done on things like mass consciousness.
    Be well
    Xo

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  4. Multiverse is a crazy concept.. I love it… There’s this battle between super symmetry and Multiverse. What’s more weird it there are actually different types of Multiverse.. I’ve written about them in my blog. Do find time to Read it if your interested. P. S : it’s not going to bore you.

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