Parallel Dimensions- Aspect 2
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A parallelDimension is a theory stating there is a mirror universe and when one makes a decision in this universe, an alternate "you" in the other universe makes the opposite decision.
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Parallel Universes, Alternative Timelines & Multiverse - BBC Horizon [understanding Looper]

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Greater dimensions

It all started when superstring theory, hyperspace and dark matter made physicists realise that the three dimensions we thought described the Universe weren't enough. There are actually 11 dimensions. By the time they had finished they'd come to the conclusion that our Universe is just one bubble among an infinite number of membranous bubbles which ripple as they wobble through the eleventh dimension.

Each universe may exist as a bubble with its own laws of physicsA creative touch

Now imagine what might happen if two such bubble universes touched. Neil Turok from Cambridge, Burt Ovrut from the University of Pennsylvania and Paul Steinhardt from Princeton believe that has happened. The result? A very big bang indeed and a new universe was born - our Universe. The idea has shocked the scientific community; it turns the conventional Big Bang theory on its head. It may well be that the Big Bang wasn't really the beginning of everything after all. Time and space all existed before it. In fact Big Bangs may happen all the time.

Of course this extraordinary story about the origin of our Universe has one alarming implication. If a collision started our Universe, could it happen again? Anything is possible in this extra-dimensional cosmos. Perhaps out there in space there is another universe heading directly towards us - it may only be a matter of time before we collide.


Michio Kaku


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caitlyn kosko's comment, March 12, 2013 11:10 PM
It began when three theories; superstring theory, hyperspace, and dark matter, made physicists question what they believed to be the Universe, including the three dimensions, wasn’t enough. Eleven is the total number of dimensions in reality. This universe is only one amid the endless universes, “which ripple as they wobble through the eleventh dimension.”
caitlyn kosko's comment, March 12, 2013 11:20 PM
What if two universes came into contact with one another? The effect could possibly be an enormous big bang, creating another universe, “our universe.” This has changed the Big Bang Theory upsidedown, stunning physicists everywhere. Within this idea, it could be quite possible that everything existed before the Big Bang, which would make it not the activation of all things. “Big Bangs” may perhaps be happening in space quite frequently.
caitlyn kosko's comment, March 12, 2013 11:32 PM
As always, this astonishing approach to the beginning of our Universe has a disturbing insinuation. “If a collision started our Universe, could it happen again?” This brings up all the “what ifs” of this theory; what if an alternative universe is coming right at us? It could be sooner than later before we have a collision.
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Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 9:00 PM
Good paraphrasing
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 9:01 PM
30/30
caitlyn kosko's comment, March 25, 2013 5:26 PM
THANKS!
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CERN's LHC: "Parallel Universes Could be Hidden Within the Four Dimensions"

CERN's LHC: "Parallel Universes Could be Hidden Within the Four Dimensions" | Parallel Dimensions- Aspect 2 | Scoop.it

Physicists probing the origins of the cosmos at CERN's Large Hadron Collider hope that next year they will turn up the first proofs of the existence of concepts once reserved for the scifi world. Despite centuries of increasingly sophisticated observation from planet Earth, only 4 per cent of that universe is known -- because the rest is made up of what have been called, because they are invisible, dark matter and dark energy.


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caitlyn kosko's comment, March 13, 2013 1:27 AM
The idea behind this theory is so bizarre and is taken as sci-fi my numerous reporters, yet, there are realistic ideas within it as well. Oxford research lately discovered arithmetical answers that takes an objection to the “controversial idea” away. Their study demonstrated that Everett was apparently heading in the right direction when he proposed his multiiverse theory. “The Oxford team, led by Dr David Deutsch, showed mathematically that the bush-like branching structure created by the Universe splitting into parallel versions of itself can explain the probabilistic nature of quantum outcomes.’
caitlyn kosko's comment, March 13, 2013 1:34 AM
Despite the fact that it might sound out of this world, Deutsch explains how scientific studies are persistently providing new information to the theory, making the parallel universe theory more acceptable. " ‘Many sci-fi authors suggested time travel paradoxes would be solved by parallel universes but in my work, that conclusion is deduced from quantum theory itself.’ "
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 9:01 PM
Looks like you were up late ;)