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Originally posted by N.B.A.Y.S.O.H
NOW im going to blow your minds ..............what if "me" is "You" and "you" are "me" and "we" are "we" and "we" know about "you" and "you" know about "me"?
so inconclusion what if my other "me's" know about me and are makeing decisions knowing they affect "me"..........now here is the hard part what if the other me's are makeing bad decisions knowing they are going to affect me and mess me up on purpose, would i really do that to "me"?
Originally posted by Paul_Richard
In my estimation, the real benefit of parallel universes is not in present accessibility but in eventually being able to venture into the past.
Einsteinian theory states that a physical object cannot be made to travel at the speed of light, when time stands still. To travel into the past one must be able to go beyond the speed of light. Accordingly, that is impossible in the physical sense.
But that does not mean that it cannot be done in other ways that are beyond current scientific understanding.
To be able to time travel into a universe that is identical yet parallel to this one and to do so without changing or effecting this, the original time-line, one iota.
That is the future practical application of parallel universe awareness.
The Hindu concept is very clear. Here is a great world culture which has always talked about billions of years. The many billion year time-scale of Hindu cosmology is not the entire history of the universe, but just the day and night of Brahma, and there is the idea of an infinite cycle of births and deaths and an infinite number of universes, each with its own gods.
And this is a very grand idea. Whether it is true or not, is not yet clear. But it makes the pulse quicken, and we thought it was a good way to approach the subject.
Originally posted by TrappedSoul
I don't believe this for a second, it's actually very unrealistic. And I don't care if some "top scientists" is saying this, they are wrong! And I know it.
And isn't the energy needed to create a whole new universe quite big?
I can say one thing, math can't explain everything... If it does then I'll create a stupid math formula which says that the universe is actually a hotdog.