What if, we aren’t separated from other worlds as we think we are? What if, there isn’t just one possibility pertaining to the existence of Multiple Worlds?
We assume, according to the Multiverse theory that there are billions of Universes like ours; some younger, some older, floating across space-time, separated from each other in such a way that they can never entangle.
That is one possibility.
When we talk about Multiple Timelines, we theorize that every quantum decision we make in our lives, hammers a dent into the timeline; thus creating two new realities and so on and so forth.
This is another.
We have discussed these quite a lot and will continue to do so for a long time.
But there is this one more thing standing on the out-lines, waiting for us to pay a little attention towards it with a whole new perspective.
We consider them ‘Galaxies’. Galaxies just like ours. Galaxies that have their own millions and billions of stars, planets, solar systems and a lot more.
What if they aren’t just galaxies?
What if, they are those ‘Other Worlds‘ that we are so obsessed about?
What if Big Bang didn’t just throw this one single Universe into existence?
What if it threw multiple bangs at multiple places that traveled across space-time and stuck at various different points and started forming something like what our Universe is?
This isn’t a genuine theory. This is just an obsession of a stimulated brain of someone whose room has this portal that leads to whichever place he wants.
P.S. I suppose we need to jump into the triad. I will. You… don’t!