On Feb 20, 4:48 pm, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
> why do you think - if there are indeed many universes - that they are
> identical and like ours?
It isn't a question of what I think.
There are different multiversal theories. Some say all
the universes are bound by a set of physical laws,
some say otherwise.
> As a matter of fact: what would you call "a universe"? the image of the
> 2012 cosmology (or 1879?)
> I believe there is more to the cosmos than so far experienced. I try to
> give room for additional info.
> And: "universes" (whatever they may be) are not restricted to that ONE
> pattern we - sort of - pretend
> to know about.
> Shouldn't we open up our mind?
> John Mikes
Maybe all multiversal theories are wrong and there is one univese. Is
open to that?
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