One of the problems I got with humanity is its somewhat flawed division of dimensions and multiversus. I really shouldn’t do this, but I like going
against orders so I am going to do it anyways.
There are a number of ‘different’ ways in which you can look at dimensions and multiverses. To make the difference clear;
A multiverse points to the concept of multiple universes in existence.
Dimensions points to various levels of spatial construct vectors. (this might still be tricky but I will explain it in a simple way in a moment)
There are in general two types of multiverses:
The multiverses caused by quantum mechanics. These are based upon the principle that every single choice made by a subatomic particle results in a new
universe. A simple explanation is a forked road. A man walking a road might go right on a forked road or he might go left. However, both options are
taken in reality and thus there are two realities. This is a vast over simplification of this version of multiverse, but it serves only as example.
This type of multiverse is almost infinite. I say ‘almost’ because many options in this multiverse collapse into dead pathways where their
respective multiverse will be destroyed and thus seize to exist. Other multiverses might actually merge in a later pathway if their events start to
match up with each other. For human perspective the number is infinite even thou it is almost infinite in reality. Mathematically you could say that
the number of quantum mechanical universes of a single universe is [TQU(Total Quantum Universes) Universe ‘U’ to the power ‘n’ of the total
number of quantum mechanical divisions divided by the ‘U’ to the power of ‘c’ collapsed universes.]
The multiverse of parallel existing universes. This multiverse goes out from the concept that there are more primordial explosions that resulted in
multiple universes that exist in an even larger macro-verse. Some might be older then our universe and other younger. These universes are completely
separated from our universe in what they are and do.
Collision with the wall of the macro-verse or with other universes inside the macro-verse is possible. Such collisions are noticeable in parts where
the ‘wall’ of a universe expands slower then the overall wall of that same universe. In the case of hitting the macro-verse wall it will come to a
standstill or adapt to the speed of expansion of the macro-verse (if indeed that macro-verse does expand).
In the case of hitting another expanding universe in a macro-verse it might eventually lead in a merger of both universes as the colliding walls will
lose momentum and eventually come in a state of equilibrium. It should be noted that all these universes have their own multiverses caused by quantum
mechanics. So basically you can calculate the number of different multiversal quantum macro-versus by counting up the various TQU’s of the overall
number of universes plus the TQU of the macro-verse itself. I will not bother trying to write that number as its will need more space then this single
universe has available. (that and I am intrinsically lazy)
Then there is one that humanity tends to overlook and its vector based multiverses. Basically our universe consist out of three dimensions. Yes, yes I
know you all count time as an extra dimension but I don’t since time does not exist in reality. (I will not open that can of worms in this
Now we got length, width and height. (or depth depending on what you will). These three parts of three dimensional space are actually spatial vectors.
It forms logical to think that four dimensional space is those three vectors plus one more.
So our 3 D space is L - W - H
So 4 D space is L x W - H – X
So I am going to open a can of worms now and those with a degree should really continue to read cause you might get some new insight.
You see ‘X’ of 4D space is basically a differently directed vector. But there is no reason for a 3D space to exist with X but without one of our
common vectors. So basically like this:
Our 3D space: L – W – H
Neighboring 3D space: L – W – X
So we now have a 3D space that overlaps our dimension in two spatial vectors but has one different spatial vector. From our viewpoint it would look
like a 2D space but from the viewpoint of that neighboring 3D space it would be 3D space and we would be like a 2D space. In case of overlap those two
separate 3D spaces might in fact even influence each other. This is also true for higher dimensional spaces that share spatial vectors.
I will leave it at this, but I hope I entertained you all. And ya’ll remember to advance nicely so my report to my superiors is positive. I hate to
have to report that humanity cares more about wealth and subjective values such as power then scientific advancement and equallity. I hate to see
another proto-advance pre-intelligent species get cleaned out cause they don’t make the bar.
edit on 24-8-2017 by AncientShade because: (no reason given)