Could the Nothingness right in front of us be the Multiverse?

Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by cosmictotem, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. cosmictotem Registered Senior Member

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    String Theory proposes the existence of other universes.

    If another Universe is defined by everything we can't observe and/or detect in our Universe, does that make empty space itself one of those other Universes?

    Other than emptiness, we don't observe anything in empty space. Does that mean part of another universe could be right in front of our face instead of beyond the outer edges of our observed Universe but we are just unable to detect it?

    Do quantum particles fall in and out of Multiverses, appearing and disappearing seemingly randomly between the Multiverses, one being ours? Is that why quantum particles are so strange to us? Because we haven't realized their values are either fluctuating between or satisfying the physics of two different Multiverses at once?
     
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  3. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    No to all questions. One thing to remember: multiverses are just a hypothesis that don't even rise CLOSE to becoming a theory. At this point they are nothing but imagination.
     
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  5. cosmictotem Registered Senior Member

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    I'm afraid we might have to learn to be content with hypothesis in the case of other universes. We might have to ever be satisfied with If and Then statements borrowed from Geometry in regards to evidence because, part of our nature and the nature of the instruments we use to detect things, is that we and they can't leave this present Universe.
     
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  7. river

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    Geometry is unsatisfactory
     

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