Just a random thought that came to me just now. If mirrors are merely reflections, and not some sort of "Multiverse" proof. Then does this mean the
objects we see in these Mirrors also have opposed Atoms?
As obviously when you look at yourself in a Mirror your looking at a Mirror image, but without those Atoms being physically "there", there would be
no person to percieve and this nothing to reflect back. So I'm guessing theoretically the Atoms also observed in a mirror would be reversed?
It would be a complete mind-f**k to think that it was US on the other side of the Mirrors, I prefer to think of Multiverses as more of something like
a light-spektrum. We can only see something like 7-ranges of that spektrum, just like we only percieve our dimension within a 3D Environment, but
someday we might somehow progress into other "realms" either via modelling our environment into computers or actually exploring these regions
somehow through Wormholes.
Just like one would percieve we could collapse the atomic molecules of a Mirror into Electrons and pass through into the reserved spektrum.
When Mormons get married or "sealed" in one of their temples the bride and groom look into a mirror and there's one on the opposite wall so
they're looking at endless reflections of themselves. It's supposed to symbolize eternity.
Well, you never technically "see" any object, you just see the light that it doesn't absorb reflecting off of it. Mirrors are so smooth that they
hardly absorb any light at all. They just reflect it. The composition of the mirror doesn't change when you step in front of it, light reflects of
you then off the mirror and then finally, into your eye.
The mirrors atoms stay the same.
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