Parallel Universes page 2

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According to http://phys.org/news174921612.html there could be more then 10^10^10 000 universes each with it’s own set of phyisics, how much can you think of?

 
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Those scientists had to be social scientists, which is mostly theories. It should have went "if you flick your friend in the face, out of the other 7 billion people, there may have been similar situations with altered versions of someone doing something to someones face. In other words, after you flicked your friends face, at about the same time, a person threw a pie in someones face, another person kissed someones face, another person put lipstick on someones face, etc.

 
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If these universes are infinite in numbers, why would these events necessarily need to happen “at about the same time"?

 
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Originally posted by jcw777jcw:

Those scientists had to be social scientists, which is mostly theories.

If you check back, we’ve established it was a theoretical physics theory that the OP either didn’t fully understand, or it was a third-party (likely pop-sci) version of that theory dumbed down for mass consumption. We’ve established that the Many Worlds Theory is likely the source of the OP’s claim, although the OP has been reticent to say where their claim precisely came from.

Problem is, Many worlds has only superficial supporting data. Conjecture that the universe might be splitting to explain that superficial data, with no evidence it is actually splitting, is the mainstay of the theory. So nobody’s proven the evidence of alternate universes. Not even close.

 
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Quantum physics has become a catch all sieve for the pipe dreams of new age spiritualists and wannabe physicists who have watched too much Discovery channel. Until string theory produces real world applications, it’s just pop science.