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Lugenpresse But Mein Narrative
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Nom's Theory Of Reality

I'll make this as simple as possible because if you can't explain something in simple terms then you don't understand it (Einstein, I think).

One of the enduring interpretations of quantum mechanics is that every possibility creates a separate universe, but this only applies at the quantum level. Nobody understands why.

Well, how about this? The reason the visible universe doesn't align to quantum physics is because the visible universe is the total sum of all those different possibilities. It is the sum of all the quantum universes created by the Copenhagen Interpretation.

Or have I maybe just had a bit too much to drink?


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That's just crazy enough to be correct ;)

Side: Lugenpresse
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I never liked how modern physics is so much comprised of theoretical mathematics backed by nothing but theoretical mathematics. We have passed the point where empirical evidence can be obtained with many of these ideas, and they are patently irrational in many ways but physicists take it seriously because the math says it could work. Quantum mechanics as we understand it is fundamentally based on the assertion that everything is fundamentally quantifiable and unitary because it has to be or else we wouldn't be able to understand the universe using nothing but math. We are no longer dealing with science, but metaphysics derived from number-worship. The idea that at a fundamental level things are made of individual strings or nuggets etc. and that they can magically go in every direction at once yet still average out to a coherent reality on a macroscopic level because everything is just one big algorithm and whatever the numbers say is law.

Side: But Mein Narrative
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I never liked how modern physics is so much comprised of theoretical mathematics backed by nothing but theoretical mathematics.

There is theoretical physics and there is experimental physics.

And there isn't anything theoretical about mathematics. If something works mathematically then it works in real life.

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If something works mathematically then it works in real life.

Case and point. You have an unscientific, religious faith that any equation a theoretical physicist conjures up has something to do with reality.

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