posted on May, 21 2009 @ 06:27 AM
Wouldn't the collection of the multiverses be called a 'universe' if they were all linked?
That aside, I think there are more than one universe, only I don't think tey exist in s different space, they exist in our space. I see it as, at the
moment, we see our universe as an expanding cube. It starts off as a point, then as it grows it comes into view as a cube, this cube expands until we
can longer see it. This is how we percieve our universe at the moment, finite and expanding.
I see it as a tesseract, many cubes, existing within the same space, innumerable cubes, infinte cubes going into the cube and infinite cubes going
out. It is not one expanding cube, it is many cubes, infinitely existing.
Im still pondering this one. I'm thinking, when 'decisions' are made, then new universes must be created, this would suggest that they cannot be
infinite, yet what if they always existed? they just weren't used?
Who knows, its a hard concept to get your head around.