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Spica75 wrote:Mmm, although potentially very useful for fiction, i really never liked the parallel/branching worlds variant, for the simple reason that it breaks the most fundamental law of physics, something created out of nothing.
There´s also the problem of WHO determines what is a significant event? If an ant has the option of turning left, right or go straight, is that significant? It certainly could be, but you can´t know that before you actually see the results. Which means we either have a smart universe, or one that predicts the future.
Spica75 wrote:AFAIK, that principle is about the limit to what extent we can know where or in what state something is, not that particles can appear out of nothing. It´s a huge difference between "we cant measure all particles or energies" and "particles and energies can appear out of nothing".
Spica75 wrote:Why would they appear?
Spica75 wrote:Like timetravel, it´s a very popular concept to play around with(especially in fiction), but the reasoning behind always seems to fall apart when looked at.
Spica75 wrote:I´ll admit that unlike timetravel, there is a tiny chance that the universe is really a multiverse of one sort or another, but the more i went over it, the more unlikely i found it. To the point where I consider the probability negligable at most.
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