New multiuniverse math is telling us anything and everything can exist including unicorns! Is this true? Are serious scientists now saying heaven could exist as well as God?
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Apparently there may be an infinite number of permutations. There's even a planet out there with beings like us who have their own Star Trek series. Better still the Enterprise and crew must be actually exploring space somewhere!
Most horned animals are born without a horn, so it would make perfect sense that a biological unicorn would grow it's horn after birth as well. I see no reason why a horse couldn't end up with a horn-like structure that grows similarly to antlers.
It may be, but more scientists are getting on board about it as new supercomputers crunch the numbers. Other areas of science in particular quantum physics are also confirming these new ideas.
Equations and computer models isn't evidence. The multiverse theory can literally not be proven, ever. It is the ultimate observer effect contradiction, and we know the observer effect is real because of the double slit experiment. Pure fantasy!
I suggest that there is no such thing as a silly idea, only the limitation on the person who cannot conceive that everything that can be thought of ALREADY IS. Bit like an anchor line which is too short to touch bottom.
This idea that there are infinite universes created every time a chance of something different happening presents itself, and there is no actual way of checking this except to trust equations, is not silly?
We have to ask ourselves why hardened cold blooded atheist scientists are so impressed with new supercomputer maths as to open their minds to such extraordinary hippy trippy possibilities.
Perhaps it has something to do with the alternate explanation being such a hated thing, that they will go to great lengths to prove anything but that one thing? I think it has more to do with that, otherwise the deception would not be so strong.
Science news is now telling us that maths is proving everything can exist.
I'm reading science news that claims sound math theorems are now looking very likely to be true. Kurt Godel's "God theorem" has been verified as precise by super computers.