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    Hi everyone!!
    The following was disclosed to me by an operative
    " Beyond Secret:
    There are photos of The Multiverse Kept
    In a secure facility (precise location withheld)"

    Could it be true??
    Does the Multiverse exist??
    Could physicists be gradually opening us to the truth via quantum mechanics??
    Also are there Parallel Earths?
    Could Noble Laureate Erwin Schroedinger have discovered Parallel Reality?!
    Finally see an article
    " The Parallel Universe" at www.teverlast.wordpress.com

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    Quote Posted by lyn joshua (here)
    Finally see an article
    " The Parallel Universe" at www.teverlast.wordpress.com
    mostly just a series of questions that you could have just posted here without linking to your article.

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    It's an odd one as you study it. A bit like the NASA stuff, a few years ago I'd accept the 'party line' and this would be one more arm of speculative physics, but I'm more aware now that this sort of thing may not be pure science and there may be other objectives at work in its propagation as a model for our universe. As an example, one of the Physicists who was most influential in the development of this idea was Hugh Everett:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Everett_III

    He worked for the Pentagon. The wiki details a strange encounter with Bohr where he's seemingly completely ignorant of quantum physics, which seems unusual given his reputation. Then there's that odd special weapons certificate:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_E..._certicate.jpg

    The whole thing reeks of Langley and Spooks. Are they purposely pushing these sort of models to send us down the wrong path? I wouldn't put it past them.

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    In some timelines multiverse is denied but most timelines have overlappings depending on what kind of Mandela Effect is waking up those who can see & remember a different (old) timeline being fused in to a new one.

    just kidding
    • Multiverse Theory, Explained:




    Want to know how the world is going to end? Just ask Russian cosmologist Alex Vilenkin. If it’s our own universe you’re talking about, well, it’s called the big crunch, and it’s going to be hot hot hot! But if it’s the multiverse, that infinitely expanding, infinitely varied and infinitely populated sea of universes, well, guess what — there is no end. Isn’t that reassuring??

    Vilenkin is Professor of Physics and Director of the Institute of Cosmology at Tufts University, and also the author of a new book, called Many Worlds in One: The Search for Other Universes. He’s also a former zookeeper. And – lest I forget – he was blacklisted by the KGB


    The Multiverse

    Melvyn Bragg and guests will be leaving the studio, the planet and indeed, the universe to take a tour of the Multiverse:

    MP3 AUDIO (19,2 Mb)
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    January 8, 2021
    The Parallel Universe

    Films such as Fringe show parallel universe!
    Sci-fi authors script it!
    Some people have had experiences that scream
    “Parallel Universe”.
    Noble Laureate Erwin Schrodinger jokingly stated that
    Parallel Reality IS TRUE!
    But IS IT REAL???
    The answers are in this article.
    Read
    Be Aware!!


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    Quote Posted by TomKat (here)
    Quote Posted by lyn joshua (here)
    Finally see an article
    " The Parallel Universe" at www.teverlast.wordpress.com
    mostly just a series of questions that you could have just posted here without linking to your article.

    but he chose not to, because

    he chose not to

    and so you could just "deal with it"

    or read something else or do your own thing

    and hope someone doesn't choose to come along and critique what YOU

    "Could have done" as you incessantly subject others to this observation

    so just to be done with it, and so it stops being such a surprise in the future ...?

    at ANY moment?

    ANY of us, including you, "could have done" something different

    just fyi
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    Scientists Think the Multiverse Might Be the Key to Explaining Dark Matter


    A new study theorizes that black holes made of collapsed universes originate dark matter, and our own universe may look like a black hole to outsiders.

    VICE reports:

    "For years, scientists have been trying to solve the mystery of dark matter, an unexplained substance that accounts for the majority of the universe's mass. Though dark matter does not emit detectable light, scientists know that it exists due to its gravitational effects on galaxy clusters and other radiant objects in space.

    A dazzling range of hypotheses have been proposed to explain dark matter, from speculative particles called axions to undiscovered dimensions in physics. Now, scientists have proposed that primordial black holes, hypothetical objects that date back to the universe’s infancy, “are a viable candidate for dark matter,” according to a study by researchers in the U.S., Japan, and Taiwan, published last month in the journal Physical Review Letters.

    What’s more, the new study hints at the existence of a multiverse, in which our universe is just one of many in a broader and more complex structure. If there is an “outside” to our universe, then an external observer might see the entirety of everything we know—stars, galaxies, and billions of light years of space—as a puny primordial black hole.

    “We still don't know what dark matter is made of, but, since the black holes are known to exist, it is natural to ask whether dark matter could be composed of black holes that could form before the stars and galaxies formed,” said Alexander Kusenko, an astrophysicist at UCLA who led the new study, in an email.

    Previous studies have already pointed to primordial black holes, or PBHs, as a solution to dark matter, but Kusenko’s team outlines a novel PBH formation scenario involving hypothetical “baby universes'' that may have emerged in the early cosmos. In other words, tiny cosmic offshoots of our universe might be both seeds of PBHs and they key to unlocking the multiverse.

    For the moment, these concepts are all speculative, though Kusenko and his colleagues suggest ways to observationally constrain the mind-boggling hypothesis with sophisticated telescopes in the coming years.

    Scientists think PBHs were born during cosmic inflation, the period after the Big Bang when the universe rapidly expanded its dimensions. Unlike “regular” black holes, which are forged by the explosive deaths of massive stars, PBHs are thought to have been created by slightly denser regions in spacetime. As a result, these objects could be tiny, on scale with planetary masses (and much smaller).

    “The early universe was so dense that even a 30-50 percent fluctuation in density would make a patch of primordial plasma into a black hole,” Kusenko said. “Furthermore, in recent years, theorists have discovered new and very generic scenarios in which black holes could form in the early universe. So, we may be approaching a big discovery from different ends.”

    Kusenko and his colleagues explore one particular PBH formation scenario in their study: false vacuum bubbles, or tiny patches of spacetime that maintain a lower-energy state than their cosmic surroundings. These anomalous bubbles may have collapsed to create PBHs, a process that could have produced a population of black holes that “accounts for all dark matter,” according to the study.

    Even weirder, any vacuum bubbles that grew too large to collapse into black holes may have become baby universes stemming off the early cosmos. To an outside observer, these bubbles would look like PBHs, but from the inside, they would appear to be an expanding universe, much like our own.

    Naturally, this raises the astonishing question: Do we exist in one of these baby universes that looks like a PBH from the outside?

    “It is not impossible,” Kusenko said, “although the baby universes we considered were devoid of matter. Some additional physics could probably make them look more like ours to an internal observer.”

    It’s a trippy concept, but it will remain in the land of theory until scientists are able to procure real observational data that supports it. To that end, Kusenko’s team is optimistic that their hypothesis could be put to the test by the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii, or the Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) in Chile, which is due to begin operations in 2022."

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    Quote Posted by lyn joshua (here)
    Hi everyone!!
    The following was disclosed to me by an operative
    " Beyond Secret:
    There are photos of The Multiverse Kept
    In a secure facility (precise location withheld)"
    i think that a major point in that statement is the fact that there exists "those" who feel they have the "right" to make decisions and determination for the inhabitants of this planet ... such as deciding what we "Can" or "Should" know?

    and terminating this issue is paramount if we are to be sovereign beings who choose for ourselves and determine what is right for ourselves instead of constantly being at the behest of others thinking they have a right to, and are actually doing this for us.

    this information, whatever there may be of it? belongs to humanity
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    I think the Multiverse is misunderstood. I do NOT believe in it literally. For me reality is 'computational' / 'virtual' ('digital' if you will, but only to be seen as a metaphor).
    So what is alternate realities (past, present and future) that do 'exist' for sure and can be accessed?
    For me it is best expressed by physicist Tom Campbell in his book My Big T.O.E. Here is from his Wiki where he explains the basis for 'alternate' timelines / universes / realities, whatever:

    https://wiki.my-big-toe.com/index.ph...e_Big_Computer

    For more info:

    https://www.my-big-toe.com/

    http://www.my-big-toe.com/wp-content...xperiments.pdf

    Sounds crazy and with too many acronyms at first. But when you dig into it and compare his experiences with non-physical matter realities (via OBE, astral projection) with my own then a lot of it starts to make sense. I recommend the book(s) although it's a lot to read.
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    Default Re: Does the "Multiverse" exist?

    Instead of parallel universes, consider infinite universes.

    Consciousness is the arbiter of dimensions, time and space.

    If that is so, the idea of 'controlling the narrative' takes on a whole new 'dimension', doesn't it?

    By keeping us all 'on the same page' they keep us locked in this reality...unaware of our implied consent.
    Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water...Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend. Bruce Lee

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