I posted under religious because I believe my question has religious implications. Quantum Theory absolutely fascinates the hell out of me. I have to admit my peewee brain doesn't understand the mechanics of it, but I still love to read the books about it and get the experts opinions about what the observations imply. Mind you, I don't think quantum physics is the bottom line on truth, nor do I think it will ever be able to answer some of the age-old questions. But in general I trust its opinions. Prior to my exposure to quantum theory I was somewhere between being an agnostic or atheist depending on what I had last read that I felt had some worth. Since exposure to quantum mechanics/physics I have begun to accept that there may be a guiding force of some kind out there. I don't think it's anything like what we've been spoon feed by the religions of the world, but I do think something is out there that we may have some connection to it. Many times I have read that some scientists believe that there could be in the past, present, and future multiple universes that are beyond our universe. I have often wondered if perhaps some kind of alien life form had/has advanced enough to leave their universe and come into ours, or perhaps even have some part in the creation of our universe. Keep in mind this is only a thought I've had , and I am certainly not trying to push it as fact or theory , and I know some will think this is too far out to consider. But I just can't help but wonder about it. I have not come across this idea in any of my reading and wonder if anyone else has. Or what kind of ideals you may have about multiple universes. As I say quantum theory really blows my mind.