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Debate Score:55
Arguments:35
Total Votes:64
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Is there a Multiverse?

Note: This Debate Title Has Been Changed From

Are There Multiple Universes?

Yes

Side Score: 32
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No

Side Score: 23
2 points

Well why not we got many planets and the same with galaxies so why not universes

Side: Yes
Intangible(4933) Disputed
1 point

There answer isn't there. That's false advertisement. I hope someone sues you.

Side: No
Hellno(17758) Disputed
2 points

As I've said several times.... I lie a lot.

Side: Yes
1 point

I think so, the more we understand quantum physics the more we are convinced there are multi universes.

Side: Yes
trumpet_guy(502) Disputed
1 point

We actually understand very little about quantum mechanics and quantum physics. Its also the one area where we claim knowledge when in reality we have no idea what's going on. Many claim that quantum physics reveals a irrational and lawless universe, allowing the multiverse and possible parallel-universes. However, quantum physics can only presently be observed in a lab, and we have no idea how it works in a lab, much less in the real world.

I am not saying we will never understand quantum physics, but we currently have no understanding of it so we have nothing to actually support the multiverse theory.

Side: No
1 point

if we have a universe aliens can also have a universe of their own ...

Side: Yes
1 point

With how massive our universe is, there could very well be septillions of other universes out there. Everything is infinite.

Side: Yes

What some would call 'another universe' or 'multiple universes' would all fall under the term universe. Depending on the dictionary you use, the wording is slightly different, but generally it amounts to 'The entirety of all matter, energy, and empty space.' There is no requirement that it be contiguous.

For a region to not fall within the term 'universe' it would therefore need to be devoid of matter, energy, and empty space altogether. With this considered, could another universe even exist?

Side: No
Intangible(4933) Clarified
1 point

Nope. :D X can't contain all things collectively without including Y.

Side: Yes
trumpet_guy(502) Disputed
1 point

The universe would then be the graph, including both x and y, for those who don't get the joke. Sorry I meant to be clarifying, not disputing.

Side: Yes

That's like asking, "Are there multiple wheels on a unicycle?

Side: No
GuitarGuy(6096) Disputed
5 points

No... it's like asking, "are there multiple unicycles?"

Side: Yes
Intangible(4933) Disputed
1 point

Not in this case, the universe contains everything collectively.

There can't be more than one thing that contains everything collectively.

Side: No

Since you've changed the title...Define Multiverse. If the definition is still "Multiple Universes" then the premise can be refuted the same way as before.

Side: No

No just possibly different regions of the same universe that are separated by vast empty void like space.

Side: No