• There is no 'Mu' option.

    The belief that there are other universes in which homo fatuus brutus succeeds in co-operating is the only thing that prevents me from going totally insane.

    Unfortunate corollary: there are an equal number of universes in which we have already succeeded in destroying ourselves. [Douglas Adams (RIP) would, I suspect, maintain that this has already happened.]

    "What is real? How do you define 'real'? If you're talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then 'real' is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain."

    Reality is illusion. It is impossible to prove that anything exists, except in our own minds (caveat: lacks required definition of 'mind').

    Current thinking suggests that all of 'reality' may actually be a holographic projection from the edge of our universe (sic), which implies that what we perceive is not reality but virtual reality.

    Computer gaming is currently evolving towards virtual reality; the ultimate end to such a technological endeavour would be a situation in which it were impossible to tell the difference between 'reality' and the game -- at which point it could be argued that, there being more than one 'reality', parallel universes would then exist (even assuming that they do not currently).

  • They do exist.

    Yes it seems far to believe that parallel universe actually do exist. It is just fun to hear what other think about parallel universes. Its just fun to think what a parallel universe might be like if one instance had changed. Maybe for good or maybe even for worse. Yeah

  • Yes they are real

    Parallel universes exist because of Schrödinger cat. Schrödinger put a cat is placed in a steel box along with a Geiger counter, a vial of poison, a hammer, and a radioactive substance. When the radioactive substance decays, the Geiger counter detects it and triggers the hammer to release a poison, which subsequently kills the cat. The radioactive decay is a random process, and there is no way to predict when it will happen. Physicists say the atom exists in a state known as a superposition both dead and alive at the same time. This shows that the universe can't tell which universe to put us in until someone opens the box. Another reason is sometimes universes collide and cause the Mandela effect. This proves that parallel universes exist

  • Duality of mass supports parallel universes.

    As far we go in quantum field,we can see that it is very difficult to give an exact position to a mass particle.At quantum level particle may be at many points in the space at the same time.But this effect have a little effect on reality.Let us see a n example-open a shower and apply there a sinusoidal wave by strong sound system.Now take a video camera and match its capturing frequency to that of the wave.Then examine the recorded video.You will find there a line of discrete water drops floating in air instead of a continuous flow.The same happen to our senses.All the matter of this world may be present at more than one place but this oscillation of particles from one point to other and back to the same point is beyond the perception of our senses.It is also beyond from technology(electronic sensor).Thus we get a constant and single system but this does not mean that parallel universes do not exist.

  • Quantum Theory Hints

    Both most well known Quantum mechanical experiments hint at the existence of parallel universes, in one universe Schrödinger's cat is alive and well and in another she is dead. The Interpretations of the double slit experiment vary, one explanation is that the photons interact with their doubles from other universes.

  • Parallel universe doesn't exist.

    It's not proven and no one have actually seen it. There are not even credible sources that would prove the existence of such. Also, scientists were trying to prove its existence even in the past but their attempt seemed to be futile. Parallel universe is mainly a product of human minds.

  • I have a theory about these parallel universes, it is kinda rough and takes a while to understand.

    I have a theory about these parallel universes, it is kinda rough and takes a while to understand.

    So if an infinite number parallel universes exist, there must be a universe that is like ours in most ways, however, in this parallel universe humanity has come up with a new weapon that can destroy entire universes in a matter of seconds. In this parallel universe, our universe can be seen. In this parallel universe, the population believes they should annihilate us. In this parallel universe the weapon was just launched at our planet Earth as you read this sentence. In this parallel universe the weapon developed has the ability to get to our planet in approximately 10 seconds, of which you now have very little remaining, count to 10, within that time you should no longer exist and out universe will no longer harbour life.

    Anything happen?


    Well, that can only mean two things.

    Either parallel universes do not exist or there cannot possibly be an infinite number of parallel universes.

    Also a side note, how could and infinite number parallel universes possibly exist as our universe is infinite and ever-expanding? Would our universes not clash and where could they physically be if our universe is infinite?

    Please let me know what you think, maybe someone could debunk it or ask questions.

  • No real evidence

    There is no hardcore evidence for any outside Universes. It's a cool idea, sure, and will change my mind when I see evidence if it ever comes. Also, if our Universe (not the Observable Universe) is infinite, then there is no "room" for other universes... Technically. So, no cartoon universes.

  • There's no evidence

    As fun as it may seem, there's no proof. It's just a theory. All evidence points to the Big Bang as the beginning of our universe. Also, since the universe is defined as everything their is, then how does it not include those other universes? It doesn't make much sense.

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