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    If we assume that existence of evil in our universe is governed and dictated by laws of nature only, and assume that there are parallel universes with different laws of nature, could there be an "ideal" universe where is no serious evil (such as death without resurrection or painful suffering) exist because laws of nature prevent it or do not permit it to exist? And if there are such an ideal parallel universes, could people invent some way to travel in such parallel universes someday? Could it be, that this is the ultimate goal of entire human civilization?


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    No such thing as parallel universes.
    No such thing as death with resurrection.
    The rest of your post is also total nonsense.


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    Had this in wrong thread earlier..

    Science and sci-fi writers weren’t the first to theorize/construct an alternate reality. Heaven & Hell come to mind. Not even theory to some religious adherents, it’s fact. Science can only speculate and is expected to prove alternate universes. Religion is exempt for whatever reason. Many of the same people who understand sci-fi for what it is are convinced their religion’s alternate universe exists. It’s absolutely bonkers!
    All that belongs to human understanding, in this deep ignorance and obscurity, is to be skeptical, or at least cautious; and not to admit of any hypothesis, whatsoever; much less, of any which is supported by no appearance of probability...Hume
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    Quote Originally Posted by ox View Post
    1) No such thing as parallel universes.
    2) No such thing as death with resurrection.
    1) Are you sure it is a scientifically proved fact? Many scientists are seriously looking at the parallel universes hypothesis:
    "Modern proponents of one or more of the multiverse hypotheses include Don Page,[16]Brian Greene,[17][18]Max Tegmark,[19]Alan Guth,[20]Andrei Linde,[21]Michio Kaku,[22]David Deutsch,[23]Leonard Susskind,[24]Alexander Vilenkin,[25]Yasunori Nomura,[26]Raj Pathria,[27]Laura Mersini-Houghton,[28][29][30]Neil deGrasse Tyson,[31]Sean Carroll[32] and Stephen Hawking."

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    2) I'm not sure of any fundamental physical laws which would prevent us from resurrecting the dead if knowledge and manipulation with matter would be possible on atomic scale and on the global scale of entire universe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley514 View Post
    Are you sure it is a scientifically proved fact? Many scientists are seriously looking at the parallel universes hypothesis.
    Why have you gone from parallel universes to a multiverse?

    I'm not sure of any fundamental physical laws which would prevent us from resurrecting the dead if knowledge and manipulation with matter would be possible on atomic scale and on the global scale of entire universe
    Why have you now gone from parallel universes to a multiverse to the entire universe?
    Either you're dead or you ain't.
    2nd Law of Thermodynamics would prevent resurrection of the dead.

    But I'm keen to understand what you think is the difference between the following:
    Universe.
    Parallel Universe.
    Multiverse.
    World.
    Parallel World.
    Many Worlds.

    Are you suggesting that in some world or universe far far away, there is still you not yet dead?

    https://www.quantamagazine.org/why-t...lems-20181018/
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