I hurry to reply before some smarter guys do so on this list, so here is MY
I consider this OUR universe a part of the Multiverse (unknown, unknowable,
but assumed) with its 'physical' (so far discovered!) built (similarly
assumed) and described as (our) so called 'physical world' in (our)
I wrote a 'narrative' in 2000 (partly obsolete in my today's views) which is
best findable in my Karl Jaspers Forum publication ( www.kjf.ca look up
TA-62 - Networks-2003 under [A4] - )
which contains "my" assumptions, not agreeable to the topics on most of this
It outlines a view about (our and other) universes in a not-so-scientific
Good luck to it and to other views
On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 9:07 AM, Mindey <min...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was just wondering, we are talking so much about universes, but how
> do we define "universe"? Sorry if that question was answered
> somewhere, but after a quick search I didn't find it.
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