>>26170318 The problem with the theory of infinite parallel universes is that it disproves itself, because there must be at least one universe that would successfully cause the destruction of all others.
>>26170894 The problem is that there can be a universe that stops that universe from stopping the first one, etc. So basically all universes exist in a constant state of destruction, creation, and continuation.
Not just that, but by logical reasoning the 7th dimension is the point at which the set of fundamental laws of nature (ie the four essential forces) becomes open. In our 7th dimensional subset, this is no trouble. But rationally, there should be a 7th dimensional subset in which the abstract concept of parallel universes becomes null. It's a "set of all sets that don't contain themselves" sort of philosophical paradox.
I made a thread on mlpforums not too long ago wondering if we could determine the total number of measurably different universes using the size of the universe, how long the universe will last until it reaches the Poincare Recurrence Time, and stating that the smallest measurable difference between two universes is that for one Planck second, one Planck volume was different somehow from its spacial counterpart. Find all the combination of differences you can have for all Planck volumes, for all Planck seconds, and you find the number of measurably different universes.
>>26171325 The problem is that that only works with universes that have the same, or at least similar laws of physics. All you need is to get one universe where the laws of physics are different, and you know have an unknown variable
>>26170318 Can we please stop with the "Multiverse theory means every possible universe exists" meme?
For fucks JUST BECAUSE THERE'S AN INFINITE SET OF POSSIBILITIES DOES NOT MEAN EVERY POSSIBILITY EXISTS.
Imagine every number between 0 and 1. Where do you even start? 0,1? We can always add 00,1 and then we can add 0,001 and then 0,000000000... you get my point. No matter how many numbers you write you can always add another one. This means the set of numbers between 0 and 1 is infinite.
However do you see the number 2 in this set? No you don't because an infinite set of numbers does not necessarily contain every number. In fact if you picked a random number of every number then the chance of picking a number between 0 and 1 the chance would be infinitely small.
It's the same with universes. Just because there's an infinite set of universes does not mean it contains every possible universe. This means that the universe that destroys all other universe probably doesn't exist. And the universe were you live a perfect life with your waifu probably doesn't exist either.
So please stop with this fucking stupid meme that serves as nothing but speculative exercises for philosophy majors and masturbatory fantasies for pseudo-intellectual 12 year olds. The person who first thought of the multiverse theory should just have kept it to themselves instead of releasing it on this braindead society. God fucking damnit.
>>26174767 That proves nothing at all. Who says that all possible universes can't fit within the infinite space between "0" and "1" How do you even relate the concept of integer math to the physical realities of an infinite number of possible universes? You don't and you can't prove shit.
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