I don't know how much you keep abreast of relatively current scientific theories... but have you heard that theoretical physicists have come up with not one, but FOUR theories on possible alternate universes... which are not mutually exclusive, and actually are likely all true?

The first is "Same Dimensions, Different area". The theory holds that our 'Hubble volume', that is our observable universe, is not the only one in Spacetime. Something like 10^40 or so lightyears from our hubble volume is likely another one. This one also underwent hyperexpansion at some point in the distant or relatively recent past, effectively a totally different universe. And looking at the estimated number of particles of matter in the universe and all of its potential states, they estimate a universe almost like our own, down to a Planet Earth etc, etc, is "only" 10^119 universes away...

The second, IIRC, is "Different dimensions, Different area". Related to the first, it postulates that different spatial and temporal dimensions underwent hyperexpansion in a different region of Spacetime. I don't remember the exact numbers, but immediately before the Big Bang, there were something like nine spatial and four temporal dimensions. Only three spatial and one temporal dimension underwent hyperexpansion in our universe. In others, different combinations may have undergone hyperexpansion, with unpredictable results (possibly the Realms of Chaos if they ALL underwent hyperexpansion?)

The third is the "Schroedinger's Cat" style alternate universe. Basically, the cat may be dead in this universe, but you have just split off a branch of time where the cat lived, or vise versa. This style alternate universe seems to be the easiest for non-theoretical physicists to wrap their noggins around.

The fourth one I have absolutely no clue how to explain, as I don't understand it myself. It has something to do with graphical representations of the laws of physics, and complex math that just boggles my mind...

Anyway, four different and in some ways supporting theories point to a real Multiverse. Your opinion, good sir?

The first is "Same Dimensions, Different area". The theory holds that our 'Hubble volume', that is our observable universe, is not the only one in Spacetime. Something like 10^40 or so lightyears from our hubble volume is likely another one. This one also underwent hyperexpansion at some point in the distant or relatively recent past, effectively a totally different universe. And looking at the estimated number of particles of matter in the universe and all of its potential states, they estimate a universe almost like our own, down to a Planet Earth etc, etc, is "only" 10^119 universes away...

The second, IIRC, is "Different dimensions, Different area". Related to the first, it postulates that different spatial and temporal dimensions underwent hyperexpansion in a different region of Spacetime. I don't remember the exact numbers, but immediately before the Big Bang, there were something like nine spatial and four temporal dimensions. Only three spatial and one temporal dimension underwent hyperexpansion in our universe. In others, different combinations may have undergone hyperexpansion, with unpredictable results (possibly the Realms of Chaos if they ALL underwent hyperexpansion?)

The third is the "Schroedinger's Cat" style alternate universe. Basically, the cat may be dead in this universe, but you have just split off a branch of time where the cat lived, or vise versa. This style alternate universe seems to be the easiest for non-theoretical physicists to wrap their noggins around.

The fourth one I have absolutely no clue how to explain, as I don't understand it myself. It has something to do with graphical representations of the laws of physics, and complex math that just boggles my mind...

Anyway, four different and in some ways supporting theories point to a real Multiverse. Your opinion, good sir?

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