downstairs: brantgoose: One of the common misconceptions that seep into ideas like the multiverse from TV and movies and other works of fiction is the idea that there would be a counterpart of you in other universes, or at least most universes.Well there would, because the concept is there are infinite universes. Infinite means every possible way things can exist in the universe, does in some universe out there. HOWEVER, when it comes to science fiction... yeah, they skip over the part about knowing which other universe to go to where "you" also exist in a similar enough manner. If I jumped to another universe somehow, there's a near infinite-to-1 chance that I don't exist there. Hell, there's probably a near infinite-to-1 chance that my body would not be able to survive even a millisecond there.
TheSilverKey: After I passed an IT certification test I did say a silent atheist prayer (I can still believe in the Doctor, right?), for the me in a parallel universe who failed. I'm not even sure it was necessary. I suspect there are universes that cheat horribly. Energy destroyed all the time (or at least shunted into other universes, since the Evil Goatee Universe even cheats at cheating). The speed of light is the second gear on a Peugeot hatchback. And Schrödinger's cat is just undead (that back and forth is for wuss universes)./Keep your head up, brudda
rumpelstiltskin: There was a parallel universe, but my counterpart destroyed it.
Subdue their bellies: BattleFrenchie28: Every decision we make is meaningless, because somewhere, on a parallel earth, we've already made the opposite choice. We're nothing. Less than nothing.Cheer up, Owlman.
BattleFrenchie28: Every decision we make is meaningless, because somewhere, on a parallel earth, we've already made the opposite choice. We're nothing. Less than nothing.
DarnoKonrad: I'm not going to pay much attention to string theory until they actually come up with some falsifiable claims. That's a serious problem no matter how much it might interest theorists.
vactech: Could God microwave a multiverse so heavy, that even he couln't eat it?
TheManofPA: This is truly the darkest of thread timelines
DarnoKonrad: HotWingConspiracy: If the multiverse is real and all possibilities are represented, doesn't that mean there is a universe where there is no mulitverse?*hits bong*Ones that collapse in on itself I suppose. The multiverse doesn't exist for those unfortunate realities. *hits bong* This good stuff man. You get this from shiat form Neil deGrasse Tyson?
HotWingConspiracy: If the multiverse is real and all possibilities are represented, doesn't that mean there is a universe where there is no mulitverse?*hits bong*
sno man: I have a goatee, does that make this the evil universe?
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