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What is the Multiverse?

Ever since the idea of “many worlds” was proposed as an alternative physics model in the 1950’s it’s been creating a stir. Do we really live in a Multiverse? Quite possibly. Here’s a short article I recently wrote about it.

Read the Multiverse article here

You’ll learn:

  • where the Multiverse idea comes from
  • how it challenges traditional quantum mechanics
  • implications for topics like remote viewing and related “paranormal” topics
  • evidence for the Multiverse idea
Why does it matter to you? Simple. Science often presents itself to us as a finished product, something “done and dusted.” We accept certain “truths” as obvious and common sense. But this point of view ignores how much we don’t know. And it’s in that gap that we’ll make the most progress towards understanding the unknown.

 

The Multiverse idea is one of the most challenging ideas we’ve ever faced together.
But it also holds the most promise of explaining things that heretofore have been deemed “paranormal” and weird.

 

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New Data Say “Yes” to Fractal Multiverse!

This is a HUGE discovery. It opens the door for all sorts of new discoveries and in my mind it creates a new opportunities for learning about things like Resonant Viewing, Human Fusion, and related phenomena. Please see my previous post for more details.

If you’re ready to explore YOUR multiverses, check out my Human Fusion class, where we explore your parallel realities and future possibilities to maximize your personal creativity. Space is limited so you’ll need to fill out the survey to get started.

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New Evidence for Gravitational Waves Supports Fractal Multiverse


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New evidence from the BICEP2 lab in Antartica, after nine years of careful research, shows the existence gravitational waves produced in the first few moments, trillionths of a second, after the Big Bang. Some scientists also believe that this evidence supports the idea of the Multiverse, as inflationary forces would still be creating new universes right now. Read more here.

Scientific support of the idea of the Multiverse also bolsters the idea that some phenomena like remote viewing, extraterrestrial encounters, and unidentified aerial phenomena are evidence of our interaction with the Multiverse in the form of parallel realities. This Multiverse is thought to take the shape of a fractal too.

Learn more about tapping into the potential of the Multiverse with the Human Fusion class taught by Dr. Hein. In this course, I’ll show you how to “optimize” your future possibilities by connecting with your “parallel selves” to helpful and useful feedback for yourself right now.

Here is the Wikipedia article on Eternal Inflation which explains these ideas in a concise way.

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Scientists Argue That Multiple-Universe Theory Simplifies Our Understanding of The Cosmos

New research by Raphael Bousso of the University of California, Berkeley suggests that a multiple-universe interpretation of the cosmos actually simplifies our understanding of dark matter, vacuum energy, and other mysterious topics (New Scientist, 6 March, 2010). Bousso and others argue that this isn’t just a theoretical discussion but an empirical one. By working with formulas that incorporate a multiverse approach, a so-called “causal patch” approach, actually fits real data better than the Einsteinian perspective which has trouble dealing with the temporal frame of each observer. The possibility of many universes, all existing simultaneously, actually does away with the time paradox.

The implications of this approach are straight out of Flatland. It follows from the multiverse approach that higher dimensional universes sometimes impinge upon our own, just as a three-dimensional looking hologram is imprinted on a two-dimensional surface. In this way, different bubble universes can interact with each other: By leaving imprints at each others boundaries.

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