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Originally posted by Toelint
Okay, I'm stumped. Is this a theory which actually says ANY AND ALL theories of creation work? That a particle of light explores, simultaneously, many different paths of getting from point A to point B...and still gets to point B in the same amount of time, WHICHEVER path it takes?
"In this theory, the early universe can be described by a mathematical object called a wave function and, in a similar way to the light particle, the team proposed two years ago that this means that there was no unique origin to the cosmos: instead the wave function of the universe embraced a multitude of means to develop.
This is very counter intuitive: they argued the universe began in just about every way imaginable (and perhaps even some that are not). Out of this profusion of beginnings, like a blend of a God’s eye view of every conceivable kind of creation, the vast majority of the baby universes withered away to leave the mature cosmos that we can see today."