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Originally posted by MacSen191
reply to post by deadangel23
This kinda happened to me... but who knows. My Grandma died in 1996 and I was having problems with school so they had a tutor brought in... I swore and still do to this day that my Grandma was there in the room with us, talking to the tutor. We all had a conversation on what I'd be learning, times she'd come, and then my Grandma and the tutor had a nice chat. I clearly remember her there...my tutor did too... but the year I had the tutor was 1998. But, I always had the feeling that my Grandma was around after she died.
Ok, here's one for you... we moved out of the house I grew up in... but before we moved I went to the bathroom and it was diffrent... it was bigger, and elegant... had a huge tub etc. It felt like no big deal... I went into the bathroom later that day to find it back to the way it always was... few months go by and I hear my Aunt talking about the changes they made to the house... my Aunt described the bathroom excatly the way it was that day. Freaked me out a bit....
Originally posted by WorldShadow
I have been having this feeling there is something wrong with reality
Parallel universes really do exist, according to a mathematical discovery by Oxford scientists described by one expert as "one of the most important developments in the history of science".
In Everett's "many worlds" universe, every time a new physical possibility is explored, the universe splits. Given a number of possible alternative outcomes, each one is played out - in its own universe.
A motorist who has a near miss, for instance, might feel relieved at his lucky escape. But in a parallel universe, another version of the same driver will have been killed. Yet another universe will see the motorist recover after treatment in hospital. The number of alternative scenarios is endless.
Q: When describing "Level III Multiverses", you state that on a quantum scale, all of the possible outcomes of a specific event actually happen, though each possibility occurs in a different parallel universe. We percieve that only one of the possibilities really occured, as we are observers in only one universe. In this way, there is no randomness to the outcome of an event, as all possible outcomes happen. But is it randomness that determines in which multiverse I, as a concious observer, will perceive the event in?
A: That's a good question with a good answer: no, a different "you" will perceive (different outcomes of) the event in each of the parallel universes. Suppose a quantum measurement can produce outcomes 0 or 1. Then after the measurement, there's two parallel universes, each with a "you" with all memories you had before the measurement, one with the added memory of measuring "0" and one with the added memory of measuring "1". There's nothing random about this. Don't ask "how do I know which of the two guys is me?" - they both are.
Originally posted by skyblueff0
I think people are beginning to wake up, I was shocked when I was privately to a couple of friends, each on separate occasions, through the course of this week.
My friends, told me that they felt they were sick of living this life style, that they know something is about to happen, and they feel they are meant for something bigger that just the mundane set of routines they go through each day.