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?
I've read on a number of occasions that if a thing can be imagined it already exists somewhere. It has to, because there is no such thing as nothing. This is because Infinite Intelligence is every thing and everything all in the present moment of Now.
The moment it is imagined it is brought into being on some dimension. This is how things are eventually materialized. First comes the impulse or desire. Then comes the imagined object. The imagined object is described (or drawn or portrayed in some way. It is not until this happens that we can then ACT on the idea. That is, build it/manufacture it.
In other words, we can only imagine and create from WHAT IS. So it would seem that unicorns do exist on some level, somewhere, otherwise their existence would be inconceivable.
Hello Oztinato. Thank you for another interesting question causing me to ponder for 'self' & explore. I plan to look closer later. Anyway, the short answer to the OP question maybe not quite yet 'proved', but has opened doors much wider.
After exploring with the second question I 'think' very much it can be true. The third question is I think 'serious scientists' are saying it is a possibility while there is debate not yet resolved.
I have set up a Word file to further look into this a project discovering and learning. Again thank you . . .
The multiverse is a silly idea which tries to fix problems that the standard model can't explain. You have an infinite number of excuses for why things are the way they are, and no one can check to see if these things are so. It's not scientific, it's fantasy.
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.
The multi-verse theory suggests anything within the realm of physics and biology is possible. Unless a unicorn doesn't start growing its horn until after birth, biology alone makes it unfeasible.
It does mean worlds where the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs had a mass ejecta earlier and missed the Earth or the genetic quirk that led to humans having fewer chromosomes than other apes and made them a separate species didn't happen. And those type of scenarios are much more likely than unicorns.
Worlds still with dinosaurs, some of which may be intelligent by now, and multiple advancing hominid species also get points for being interesting.
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.
Will we be able to one day swap brand new 60s star trek episodes with other interdimensional beings as easy as Homer can reach through a matter transporter for a beer? http://hubpages.com/politics/Recently-F … k-Episodes
OR will the real God please stand up and inject sense into this chaotic vision of endless dimensions? In other words Kurt Godel's concept of "Perfect"( as God) can only exist as One; hence bringing sense, order and perspective to the alleged math schmozzle.
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