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Has multiuniverse maths proved unicorns exist?


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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Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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    Oztinato 12 months ago

    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!


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    Oztinato 12 months ago

    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.


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    Oztinato 12 months ago

    Science news is now telling us that maths is proving everything can exist.

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    Oztinato 12 months ago

    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.