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How Multiple Universes Might Form

How Multiple Universes Might Form

Our universe seems to be expanding. Based on this observation, we conclude that it probably originated from a dense single “spot” or singularity. The “Big Bang” theory is often presented as a rapidly expanding “blob of stuff”, that spreads out across a static framework of space and time. It makes sense to consider that the framework of space and time might also be expanding. If that is the case, it makes measuring the “bang” more difficult because it may not be easy to determine whether the stuff is expanding or the framework is expanding or both.

Let’s define some terms:

  • universe – this is general catch-all term used to describe everything we can observe
  • bang – a rapid expansion of some stuff across a measurable background framework
  • blob of stuff – we generally think of this as being a mixture of matter and energy – matter is slow energy, energy is fast matter
  • space and time – we generally think of this as an abstract framework that we use to measure change – space involves change of position across time and time involves noticing changes in space

When we start to use these definitions, we find they are inadequate, specially the definition of space and time, which seem to be circular, defined in terms of each other. Let’s try to define the same terms more specifically:

  • universe – a domain that follows a standard set of rules
  • bang – a rapid expansion can be described either as an explosion outward or an implosion – an implosion can also be defined as a rapid expansion of the measuring framework inside a singularity, subdividing the singularity into infinity
  • blob of stuff – matter is made of energy particles that are stuck together and moving more slowly, energy is made of swirls of twisted space that create interactions with other swirls
  • space and time – space is a dimensional framework created by twisting time, time is persistence that is recursively propagated and twisted, simple persistence creates one dimensional time, twisting time involves creating more time dimensions which creates space

We have described a framework of advancing dimensionality. We begin with a singularity that encompasses everything and has no internal division. In this state, there is no dimension. The singularity divides and then continues as a recursive process of division and spawning of dimensionality. The twisting/swirling we see in the progression from one level to another is the creation of dimensions, or moving in new directions.

A universe that is built upon such a recursive dimension creating process will constantly increase the level of complexity and layers of dimensions in a manner similar to fractal patterns. Just as each fractal drawing has repeating patterns of complexity, each varying dimensional framework that produces patterns of time, space, energy and matter, can have its own set of rules. In this manner, an infinite number of dimensions can produce an infinite number of universes.

The initial state is singularity. The first deviation from that is time. Time is persistence and as it becomes dimensionally twisted, it creates space and many different frameworks of time and space. These in turn swirl into vortexes of energy which coalesce into matter. Each different framework of time-space-energy-matter can have different physical rules. Different frameworks can be highly similar (parallel universes) with branches that might act as bridges or completely different with no connections. Each different universe might create galaxies and star systems like ours or nothing of the kind, depending on the basic framework it started from.

SEE ALSO:
Quintessence Means Fifth Element
The Fantastic Fracture
The Universe Sucks
The Beginning of the Universe

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