if there were parallel universes, how come our universe is so normal?
surely most universes have some weird things happening in them that even their inhabitants can figure it's weird
>Why aren't we experiencing something else than what we're experiencing right now
Because we're defined as the one who experience this normal shit. Simple as that.
You don't choose to live what you want. You live what you've been given.
Reminds me of this response to Max Tegmark's multiverse thing
>"the number of mathematical structures increases with increasing complexity, suggesting that 'typical' structures should be horrendously large and cumbersome. This seems to be in conflict with the beauty and simplicity of the theories describing our world"
It seems that vastly more complex structures would also be more chaotic and thus not supportive to life, but that's not really a satisfying rebuttal is it?
Anon an alien that lived on a planet like Venus would probably think of our planet as a toxic hellhole with caustic gases.
The lifeforms of other universes would automatically see the ways of their reality as normal like how we see ours.
The weirdest thing about our universe it that math can actually explain it.
We evolced in this universe, therefore itnis normal to us. Of trees were purple and we had dicks for eyes thats how it always would have been and therefore would be normal. Now, the universe where everything perceived is impossible to be considered normal would be the weird universe.
How can dicks be real if eyes aren't real?