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  1. #1 Different Multiverses Theories: Are they compatible? 
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    May be the following theories compatibles?...


    Brane cosmology:
    Brane cosmology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "he central idea is that the visible, four-dimensional universe is restricted to a brane inside a higher-dimensional space, called the "bulk". If the additional dimensions are compact, then the observed universe contains the extra dimensions, and then no reference to the bulk is appropriate. In the bulk model, at least some of the extra dimensions are extensive (possibly infinite), and other branes may be moving through this bulk. Interactions with the bulk, and possibly with other branes, can influence our brane and thus introduce effects not seen in more standard cosmological models."

    Inflationary cosmology (Andrei Linde): Andrei Linde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "....in the context of inflationary cosmology, different pocket universes may have different laws of low-energy physics operating in each of them. Thus our world, instead of being a single spherically symmetric expanding balloon, becomes a huge fractal, an inflationary multiverse consisting of many different pocket universes with different properties. This provided a simple scientific interpretation of the cosmological anthropic principle: Our world may consist of different parts, but we can live only in those parts of the multiverse which can support life as we know it."

    Lee Smolin : Lee Smolin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "The theory surmises that a collapsing black hole causes the emergence of a new universe on the "other side", whose fundamental constant parameters (speed of light, Planck length and so forth) may differ slightly from those of the universe where the black hole collapsed. Each universe therefore gives rise to as many new universes as it has black holes. Thus the theory contains the evolutionary ideas of "reproduction" and "mutation" of universes, but has no direct analogue of natural selection. However, given any universe that can produce black holes that successfully spawn new universes, it is possible that some number of those universes will reach heat death with unsuccessful parameters. So, in a sense, fecundity cosmological natural selection is one where universes could die off before successfully reproducing, just as any biological being can die without having offspring"

    Mr. XXX: M-DIMENSIOM

    "Our known Universe (between 10^-35 & 10^+27 meters) is a small band within the total Global Universe scale spectrum, which, in principle, can be infinite.
    Our Universe is a "bubble" else of the many that exist in a larger scale than ours, within the Global Universe, and which also had their own Big Bang at different times.

    Although the Underlying Fundamental Laws are the same for all spectra and ranges of the Global Universe, they manifest differently through them.

    For the different bands of the spectrum of the 3D Rainbow may dominate different stimuli and waves, different fields and forces. And can be formed different entities and bodies. Parallel Universes can coexist in different Scale Levels (Also within the Planck Volume)."

    Different levels of scales can be considered Physical Open Systems, and this would mean that there could be an exchange of energy between them.


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    Yes...They are !!!!


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    175 views...but any answer....Do you know other similar theories or LINKS ?
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    On the other way we have other theories to explain the smallest....

    Causal dynamical triangulation: Causal dynamical triangulation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "It is an approach to quantum gravity that like loop quantum gravity is background independent. This means that it does not assume any pre-existing arena (dimensional space), but rather attempts to show how the spacetime fabric itself evolves. At large scales, it re-creates the familiar 4-dimensional spacetime, but it shows spacetime to be 2-d near the Planck scale, and reveals a fractal structure on slices of constant time. "


    Fractal cosmology: Fractal cosmology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "is a set of minority cosmological theories which state that the distribution of matter in the Universe, or the structure of the universe itself, is a fractal. More generally, it relates to the usage or appearance of fractals in the study of the universe and matter. A central issue in this field is the fractal dimension of the Universe or of matter distribution within it, when measured at very large or very small scales."
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    That's four posts in a row you made without anyone else responding. You can't use the forum for a blog. If nobody wants to discuss this, then you will just have to live with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    That's four posts in a row you made without anyone else responding. You can't use the forum for a blog. If nobody wants to discuss this, then you will just have to live with that.
    Ok thanks.. that is what I will do...to include all those new theories about that... possible some body could infor me about any I donīt know...thanks
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    Ironically So Funny, huh all this time we been told we Can Not Planet Hop! And Why We Might Find Different Life!! We Might Start A full On Exurtion To fight For Water And Land! We Have Been Doing this Now is Time for us to reach Higher! Aim Straighter!

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    May be the following theories compatibles?...


    Brane cosmology:
    Brane cosmology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "he central idea is that the visible, four-dimensional universe is restricted to a brane inside a higher-dimensional space, called the "bulk". If the additional dimensions are compact, then the observed universe contains the extra dimensions, and then no reference to the bulk is appropriate. In the bulk model, at least some of the extra dimensions are extensive (possibly infinite), and other branes may be moving through this bulk. Interactions with the bulk, and possibly with other branes, can influence our brane and thus introduce effects not seen in more standard cosmological models."

    Inflationary cosmology (Andrei Linde): Andrei Linde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "....in the context of inflationary cosmology, different pocket universes may have different laws of low-energy physics operating in each of them. Thus our world, instead of being a single spherically symmetric expanding balloon, becomes a huge fractal, an inflationary multiverse consisting of many different pocket universes with different properties. This provided a simple scientific interpretation of the cosmological anthropic principle: Our world may consist of different parts, but we can live only in those parts of the multiverse which can support life as we know it."

    Lee Smolin : Lee Smolin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "The theory surmises that a collapsing black hole causes the emergence of a new universe on the "other side", whose fundamental constant parameters (speed of light, Planck length and so forth) may differ slightly from those of the universe where the black hole collapsed. Each universe therefore gives rise to as many new universes as it has black holes. Thus the theory contains the evolutionary ideas of "reproduction" and "mutation" of universes, but has no direct analogue of natural selection. However, given any universe that can produce black holes that successfully spawn new universes, it is possible that some number of those universes will reach heat death with unsuccessful parameters. So, in a sense, fecundity cosmological natural selection is one where universes could die off before successfully reproducing, just as any biological being can die without having offspring"

    Mr. XXX: M-DIMENSIOM

    "Our known Universe (between 10^-35 & 10^+27 meters) is a small band within the total Global Universe scale spectrum, which, in principle, can be infinite.
    Our Universe is a "bubble" else of the many that exist in a larger scale than ours, within the Global Universe, and which also had their own Big Bang at different times.

    Although the Underlying Fundamental Laws are the same for all spectra and ranges of the Global Universe, they manifest differently through them.

    For the different bands of the spectrum of the 3D Rainbow may dominate different stimuli and waves, different fields and forces. And can be formed different entities and bodies. Parallel Universes can coexist in different Scale Levels (Also within the Planck Volume)."

    Different levels of scales can be considered Physical Open Systems, and this would mean that there could be an exchange of energy between them.
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