if the infinite multiverse theory is true does that mean that theres a universe where it isnt
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The infinite multiverse theory cannot apply to only part of the multiverse. It wouldn’t…
but wouldn’t the lack of a universe where the theory is just straight up false also set a limit, thus also foiling the ‘inifnite’ portion?
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No, because if the theory is true then it is a Law that exists on a separate level from the Laws of individual universes within the Multiverse. It governs the relationship between universes, identifying and defining them based on how they differ from every other universe. You cannot take a universe, isolate it from that system, and still be able to define it by the system. If two universes exist and have observable differences, then the Infinite Multiversal Theory is true for both of them.
Claiming that the theory applies to Universe X but not Universe Y when they are otherwise identical is a paradox, because the fact that Y is measurably different from X means they both belong to the multiverse, except that Y doesn’t.
but such a law, even if it technically exists outside of the universe, still a limit expressed upon the universe. if a universe cannot exist that is not a portion of the multiverse, then the multiverse cannot claim to be infinite, as infinity is not “subject to no limitation or external determination”. ‘no universe where there is no multiverse’ is a limit. ergo, the multiverse cannot be infinite. it is, therefore, a paradox, yes.
however, a ‘multiverse theory’ can still apply. it just cannot be infinite without breaking itself.
 bam! just used a footnote for it’s pure academic purpose. i’m all legitimate now!
You don’t seem to understand the difference in scope involved here. Multiverse theory operates on a different, higher level than individual universes. A single universe can not apply it differently than every other universe. If we can observe it as part of the multiverse, if we can compare and contrast it to other universes, then in that and all other observed universes, the multiverse theory is true for all of them because there are multiple universes. Full stop.
And just what kind of infinity is not all-inclusive anyway?
But what about universes with multiple dimensions? If the law applies on a multi-universal level, than shouldn’t there be a paradox with the lack of the law applying in a 9-dimensional world?
Eddie (The Velveteen) Redmayne turns 32-years-old on January 6th. We (the fans) are getting him this beautiful red velvet bow tie to add to his velvet collection. All I ask from you guys if you would like to be involved is to write him a birthday message and send it to my email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Everyone has until Sunday, December 8th to submit your messages. I hope you guys participate! (I’m going to request we get a photo with him wearing it in return lol.) Maybe we should send him something velvet every year. This could be the start of something special you guys lol.
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Jacob’s Well - Wimberley, Texas
hey kids let’s all go jump into the pits of hell
This is the scariest thing I’ve ever seen.
People have actually died in Jacob’s Well, but not just from jumping, you’re too buoyant to really go down far.
But Jacob’s Well draws a lot of scuba divers, and some of them have gotten lost and run out of air. Some of the bodies have never even been found, because the underground river that feeds Jacob’s Well is so complex. I find that terrifying.
But pardon me for a second because LOOK IT’S MY HOMETOWN ON TUMBLR HEY
that’s cool but let’s be real here, that looks like a giant sting ray
it’s earths vagina.