1. Is it possible that there are different world's side by side with this one, where it's almost the same but with some differences? (ex: green sky, Britain has a president)

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3. possibly, but we don't know....yet mwahaha

if you believe that there is an infinite number of parallel universes, and the possibility of an almost symmetrical universe/world is a finite probability,
then it is a certainty that the sky will be green somewhere.

4. Originally Posted by organic god
possibly, but we don't know....yet mwahaha

if you believe that there is an infinite number of parallel universes, and the possibility of an almost symmetrical universe/world is a finite probability,
then it is a certainty that the sky will be green somewhere.
So assuming that there are parallel worlds, how would one be detected? or targeted?

5. I sometimes think about Parallel Universes, except Organic God squashes my question using the word Infinite. If they do exist, then how much would it need to vary? One could be practically identical to ours, in fact, it WOULD be a perfect clone, EXCEPT, say, one grain of sand isn't present; whether it's missing from a Desert of Egypt, or from a Planet light years away in another Galaxy.

To say it isn't present could cause issues thinking about it, since to remove matter would involve Nothingness, a Gap, albeit, a tiny space in their Universe. So Matter and everything in the Universe would ever, EVER so slightly adjust it's density to fill that gap the Grain of sand would make. So to prevent that problem, it would either be, the Grain of sand is something, or somewhere else... or, we rewrite the Universal Constants and so forth, which is presumably possible in the case of Infinite Parallel Universes anyway - to encompass all possibilities.

Presumably in one of the Infinite possibilities the Universe fails, and never spawns at all? If it's infinite, and I don't mean... I'm confused.
So, if the Universe always has been, then Infinite Parallel Universes is impossible, since in one instance, the Universe wouldn't spawn at all (which insinuates there's a beginning, so the Universe cannot "always be"). Fair play in that one of them could attempt to spawn but fail moments later and collapse into nothing. That at least this means something could always be, but then could be nothing.

... Parallel Universes is a bad idea ~_~

Only way around it, seems like, by some bizarre Inter-Universal Constant, Universes can ONLY always have been and always be.

Either there's a Inter-Universal constant that states all universes can only always exist, or there is not Infinite Parallel Universes.

There must be a flaw in this conclusion (because I'm an idiot), please bring it forth so I can see the light XD

EDIT: I realised, that if it's infinite possibilities, then some Universes may not always have to be, as they will be SO different from our version, that the Rules of the Universe is completely wack and wrong, that the Universe in that Parallel fails, as it's "Faulty by design". Oh joy, I think I may have answered my own problem ^_^;; So all Universes are still completely independent.

Just imagine, if we managed to step into such a screwed up Universe... who knows what could go Cataclysmically wrong? We might turn into something different, to match the Rules & Settings of that Universes. Or simply opening the doorway allowing access between them, to interact, I sense a Universal System Crash XD I'm scaring myself, lol

6. yes there is a probability that there are parallel worlds out there. One of the theories is that universes bud off of each other. Like that our universe has budded off of another and that a universe has budded of of ours. and to your question about the differences in them. Yes if there are parallel universes they will most likely have different laws of physics and other things. Like in one world we may have lost world war II, and in another the force of gravity may be extremely light of heavy. And i dont think that we have the technology to detect them.... Yet

7. Originally Posted by Ruro
I sometimes think about Parallel Universes, except Organic God squashes my question using the word Infinite. If they do exist, then how much would it need to vary? One could be practically identical to ours, in fact, it WOULD be a perfect clone, EXCEPT, say, one grain of sand isn't present; whether it's missing from a Desert of Egypt, or from a Planet light years away in another Galaxy.

To say it isn't present could cause issues thinking about it, since to remove matter would involve Nothingness, a Gap, albeit, a tiny space in their Universe. So Matter and everything in the Universe would ever, EVER so slightly adjust it's density to fill that gap the Grain of sand would make. So to prevent that problem, it would either be, the Grain of sand is something, or somewhere else... or, we rewrite the Universal Constants and so forth, which is presumably possible in the case of Infinite Parallel Universes anyway - to encompass all possibilities.

Presumably in one of the Infinite possibilities the Universe fails, and never spawns at all? If it's infinite, and I don't mean... I'm confused.
So, if the Universe always has been, then Infinite Parallel Universes is impossible, since in one instance, the Universe wouldn't spawn at all (which insinuates there's a beginning, so the Universe cannot "always be"). Fair play in that one of them could attempt to spawn but fail moments later and collapse into nothing. That at least this means something could always be, but then could be nothing.

... Parallel Universes is a bad idea ~_~

Only way around it, seems like, by some bizarre Inter-Universal Constant, Universes can ONLY always have been and always be.

Either there's a Inter-Universal constant that states all universes can only always exist, or there is not Infinite Parallel Universes.

There must be a flaw in this conclusion (because I'm an idiot), please bring it forth so I can see the light XD

EDIT: I realised, that if it's infinite possibilities, then some Universes may not always have to be, as they will be SO different from our version, that the Rules of the Universe is completely wack and wrong, that the Universe in that Parallel fails, as it's "Faulty by design". Oh joy, I think I may have answered my own problem ^_^;; So all Universes are still completely independent.

Just imagine, if we managed to step into such a screwed up Universe... who knows what could go Cataclysmically wrong? We might turn into something different, to match the Rules & Settings of that Universes. Or simply opening the doorway allowing access between them, to interact, I sense a Universal System Crash XD I'm scaring myself, lol
"Or simply opening the doorway allowing access between them, to interact" Im pretty sure that if we were to bridge this universe with another would cause both universe's to become unstable.

8. ya that would most likely happen. Even if you were to send an object into the other universe it would most likely become unstable. i think the reason for this is that since the universe has different laws and properties than ours sending something from our universe would disrupt these laws and other things in the parallel universe, and vice versa.

9. Originally Posted by credo
ya that would most likely happen. Even if you were to send an object into the other universe it would most likely become unstable. i think the reason for this is that since the universe has different laws and properties than ours sending something from our universe would disrupt these laws and other things in the parallel universe, and vice versa.
If parallel universe travel were to occur we would need to find a way to close the hole made to keep from destroying both universe's

10. well before worrying about that we would have to locate a parallel universe, find a way to travel to it, and countless other things.

11. Originally Posted by credo
well before worrying about that we would have to locate a parallel universe, find a way to travel to it, and countless other things.
well obviously

12. Ok, on the topic of parallel universes, speaking theoretically if someone were to focus a high amount of energy in one specific place all at once, could that possibly "rip" open a hole to a parallel universe?

13. well one of the theories is that wormholes could be used to travel to parallel universe. Wormholes are thought to be at the center of black holes so u cant use those. Here this website explains it pretty well http://www.physlib.com/worm_holes.html

14. Ok everyone who reads this. Riddle me this.
We sometimes clam to have seen ghosts, and spirits, but what if they aren't dead people but instead people from a parallel universe pressing through to this one!

15. um could be there is a possibility. But that possibility is unlikely, just saying its an interesting idea though

16. Originally Posted by credo
um could be there is a possibility. But that possibility is unlikely, just saying its an interesting idea though
it is a very high possibility, but you have to admit it does make sense, people bleeding through from a parallel universe, because they aren't making the full transfer over to this universe.

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