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Posted 25 January 2005 - 12:47 AM
Now that I got home and smoked a joint, I came to think of it again and I was glad I didn't leave it on. But Now I'm thinking...what about different dimensions? Could there be a dimension where I left the stove on? But since I'm a stoner, I just wandered into the dimension where everything is good and the stove is off????
Could this be possible??? There are different dimensions and you jump around between them and if you're lucky, you get to the right one every time?
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Posted 25 January 2005 - 04:46 AM
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Posted 31 January 2005 - 08:56 PM
Posted 01 February 2005 - 01:01 PM
Was a bit stoned and thought about the incredible number of posts on this issue with the thinnest explanations (mine being the stoner thing, haha, you gotta asmit, that was THIN)...
But somewhere along the line I must say you have a point, lads. Especcially the multiverse theory. I've thought about this many times. You seen the german movie "Lola Rennt"? It deals with exactly that issue. Go watch it if you can. Best german movie I've seen...
And thanks for the laughs and support
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Posted 27 March 2005 - 07:22 AM
1: You did not forget to turn the stove off, having one of your frequent memory lapses (hehe).
2: You did forget to turn off the stove, but one of your flatmates turned it off, and thus saved Bergen from a catastrophic wildfire in it's old irreplacable treehouse area.
But we've all been there. If it's not the stove, it's "did i lock the door?" or "leave the tap running?" or "did I pack everything?"
Posted 29 March 2005 - 11:03 PM
There was a really good show on Horizon (The British version of Nova) that
dealt with the latest scientific thinking about parallel universes and basically
what they said was that our universe is actually a bubble like membrane
floating around in the eleventh dimension with an infinite amount of other
universes like a bathtub full of bubbles. And furthermore that new universes
are constantly being created by collisions of existing universes. Essentially,
when two universes collide you get a big bang. They said that every
possible outcome occurs in these universes. So basically there's one
universe where Al Gore was president, one universe where Germany won
WWII, and there's even one universe where you don't exist.
Really fascinating show.
i've gotta find a copy of this show.
Would you happen to know the title of the show?
Posted 29 March 2005 - 11:27 PM
sounds mroe like multiple universes not multiple dimensions.... as far as i know noone has proved that multiple overlapping universes (consisting of multiple, identicle dimensions) exist.... but then again that havent proved that they dont... (funny i come across this i was just reading a book at work today on blackholes and multiple dimensions
are you stephen hawking in your professional life?
Posted 31 March 2005 - 03:36 AM
string theory also says aloota of other shit but that is the only relevant part
Posted 31 March 2005 - 06:26 AM
there is a multiverse theory in which every decision splits into a seperate univers for every outcome possible. So, in another universe you may have left the stove on. One theory could be that the universes were still close enough together to influence one another. Another is that you were stoned and forget whether you turned it off. In either universe you could have forgotten whether you turned it off and would have thought about it at work and only ben able to check when you finally returned home.
that made me think, for every split decision, that's how our we can collide with another's split decision 'fate'....hope i made sense but it was a weird thought
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