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13th Aug '16 6:08:57 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/AAPessimal has created several ongoing tales concerning the ''{{Discworld}}'' contacting various aspects of "Roundworld" (see below). Ponder Stibbons, who is perhaps more of a research and theoretical physicist than a Wizard, finds himself among congenial like minds when he visits the Roundworld of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' in ''Fanfic/TheManyWorldsInterpretation''. His Assassin girlfriend [[IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable also finds friends she can bond with]] in Penny, Bernadette and Amy. In future chapters, Sheldon Cooper and the gang get to visit the Discworld. Mayhem and misunderstanding ensue.

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* Creator/AAPessimal has created several ongoing tales concerning the ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' contacting various aspects of "Roundworld" (see below). Ponder Stibbons, who is perhaps more of a research and theoretical physicist than a Wizard, finds himself among congenial like minds when he visits the Roundworld of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' in ''Fanfic/TheManyWorldsInterpretation''. His Assassin girlfriend [[IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable also finds friends she can bond with]] in Penny, Bernadette and Amy. In future chapters, Sheldon Cooper and the gang get to visit the Discworld. Mayhem and misunderstanding ensue.
9th Aug '16 6:24:13 PM themisterfree
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** And the ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' / ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' crossover has Mr. Gus stating he is aware of all of the magical denizens of the multiverse; when Uncle Grandpa leaves at the end, he pulls out a checklist of other Cartoon Network shows he's visited, presumably elsewhere in the multiverse. [[UnexpectedCharacter Also on the list are]] some Creator/HannaBarbera / Creator/{{TBS}} characters- the SwatKats.
7th Aug '16 9:39:57 PM NondescriptLarva
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** According to the laws of physics, matter cannot be created or destroyed (it can only change form); if the universe truly ''is'' infinite in size, there are still only ''n'' number of possible ways that matter can assemble. Hypothetically, if you travel in an arbitrary direction, for an arbitrarily long period of time, you will eventually exhaust every possible 'unique' configuration of matter, and effectively enter a 'duplicate' universe that is identical to your universe of origin.
7th Aug '16 5:56:49 PM nombretomado
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* Major staple of TheDCU and MarvelUniverse comics (although DC attempted to get rid of it in the '80s; it's back now after the events of Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis and Comicbook/FiftyTwo).

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* Major staple of TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU and MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse comics (although DC attempted to get rid of it in the '80s; it's back now after the events of Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis and Comicbook/FiftyTwo).
5th Aug '16 4:46:47 AM valar55
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* Many physicists, astonomers, cosmologists are coming up with the possibilities of other worlds, and that there are more than one universe, but multiple universes in the "multiverse". This idea has been theorized in quantum physics, religions and philosophy. Even though the theory is quite popular in many science fiction and fantasy franchises, many scientists are trying find proof of existing universes. Some believe we are living in parallel universes that had different timelines, alternate histories, and different, but similar environments. We may have alternate counterparts who may either have either similar lives as ours or completey different lives than we do. The scientists today are still trying to find ways of traveling into other dimensions, but the existence of infinite universes has not been confirmed yet.

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* Many physicists, astonomers, astronomers, and cosmologists are coming up with the possibilities of other worlds, and that there are is more than one universe, but multiple universes in the "multiverse". This idea has been theorized in quantum physics, religions and philosophy. Even though the theory is quite popular in many science fiction and fantasy franchises, many scientists are trying to find proof of existing universes. Some believe we are living in parallel universes that had different timelines, alternate histories, and different, but similar environments. We may have alternate counterparts who may either have either similar lives as ours or completey completely different lives than we do. The scientists today are still trying to find ways of traveling into other dimensions, but the existence of infinite universes has not been confirmed yet.
3rd Aug '16 10:58:04 PM Ramona122003
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* ''Manga/DragonBall'' introduces the concept in the movie ''Battle of Gods'', with the God of Destruction Beerus stating that there are twelve universes in total and the main cast comes from the seventh one. The new series ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' elaborates by saying that every pair of universes whose numbers adds up to 13 is a matched set; Universe 7's partner is Universe 6, with Beerus' brother Champa serving as its God of Destruction and eventually challenging Beerus and the Z-Fighters to an inter-universal tournament.

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* ''Manga/DragonBall'' ''Manga/DragonBall''
** ''Battle of Gods''
introduces the concept in of the movie ''Battle of Gods'', Multiverse with the God of Destruction Beerus stating that there are twelve universes in total and the main cast comes from the seventh one. The new series ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' elaborates by saying that every pair of universes whose numbers adds up to 13 is a matched set; Universe 7's partner is Universe 6, with Beerus' brother Champa serving as its God of Destruction and eventually challenging Beerus and the Z-Fighters to an inter-universal tournament.
3rd Aug '16 1:49:20 AM infernape612
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* Past a certain point in the game, it is quickly discovered that this is the case in ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. [[spoiler:At the start of Chapter 5, the heroes initially think they're in a GroundhogDayLoop, but discount this theory as more and more discrepancies arise thanks to differences in each individual world.]]



* Past a certain point in the game, it is quickly discovered that this is the case in [[spoiler: ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. At the start of Chapter 5, the heroes initially think they're in a GroundhogDayLoop, but discount this theory as more and more discrepancies arise thanks to differences in each individual world.]]
27th Jul '16 7:35:46 PM khalil91
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Many physicists, astonomers, cosmologists are coming up with the possibilities of other worlds, and that there are more than one universe, but multiple universes in the "multiverse". This idea has been theorized in quantum physics, religions and philosophy. Even though the theory is quite popular in many science fiction and fantasy franchises, many scientists are trying find proof of existing universes. Some believe we are living in parallel universes that had different timelines, alternate histories, and different, but similar environments. We may have alternate counterparts who may either have either similar lives as ours or completey different lives than we do. The scientists today are still trying to find ways of traveling into other dimensions, but the existence of infinite universes has not been confirmed yet.

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* Many physicists, astonomers, cosmologists are coming up with the possibilities of other worlds, and that there are more than one universe, but multiple universes in the "multiverse". This idea has been theorized in quantum physics, religions and philosophy. Even though the theory is quite popular in many science fiction and fantasy franchises, many scientists are trying find proof of existing universes. Some believe we are living in parallel universes that had different timelines, alternate histories, and different, but similar environments. We may have alternate counterparts who may either have either similar lives as ours or completey different lives than we do. The scientists today are still trying to find ways of traveling into other dimensions, but the existence of infinite universes has not been confirmed yet.
27th Jul '16 7:35:06 PM khalil91
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Many physicists, astonomers, cosmologists are coming up with the possibilities of other worlds, and that there are more than one universe, but multiple universes in the "multiverse". This idea has been theorized in quantum physics, religions and philosophy. Even though the theory is quite popular in many science fiction and fantasy franchises, many scientists are trying find proof of existing universes. Some believe we are living in parallel universes that had different timelines, alternate histories, and different, but similar environments. We may have alternate counterparts who may either have either similar lives as ours or completey different lives than we do. The scientists today are still trying to find ways of traveling into other dimensions, but the existence of infinite universes has not been confirmed yet.
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24th Jul '16 6:53:16 AM SquallCloud
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* Scientists have speculated for long about the possible existence of another universes, and even have classified the types of them that could exist. Two examples of that classification are the ones of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiverse#Max_Tegmark.27s_four_levels Max Tegmark]][[note]]For people too lazy to follow the link, they are: Level I -regions of our own universe (''very'', ''very'', ''[[RuleOfThree very]]'' far) beyond the observable Universe, that thus follow the same physical laws than our patch of the Cosmos-, Level II (universes product of variants of the inflationary theory as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_inflation eternal inflation]], where stuff as physical constants, number of dimensions, etc. vary), Level III (result of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Many-worlds_interpretation many-worlds interpretation]] of quantum mechanics) and Level IV ([[EldritchLocation Universes whose very fabric]] [[AlienGeometries is totally different of ours]])[[/note]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiverse#Brian_Greene.27s_nine_types Brian Greene]][[note]]They include Tegmark's types plus others expected to exist in string theory, the possibilities of simulated realities, etc.[[/note]]. Note in any case that the hypothesis of the multiverse, besides some [[http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.00126 claims]], cannot be falsified (tested to see if it's real or not), this explaining why a significant number of scientists consider the multiverse hypothesis little more than pseudoscience. However the first level of both classifications is usually favored, as data from space missions that have studied the cosmic microwave background as ''WMAP'' or ''Planck'' seem to favor an infinite Universe, or at the very least one mind-bogglingly big.

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* Scientists have speculated for long about the possible existence of another other universes, and even have classified the types of them that could exist. Two examples of that classification are the ones of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiverse#Max_Tegmark.27s_four_levels Max Tegmark]][[note]]For people too lazy to follow the link, they are: Level I -regions of our own universe (''very'', ''very'', ''[[RuleOfThree very]]'' far) beyond the observable Universe, that thus follow the same physical laws than our patch of the Cosmos-, Level II (universes product of variants of the inflationary theory as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_inflation eternal inflation]], where stuff as physical constants, number of dimensions, etc. vary), Level III (result of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Many-worlds_interpretation many-worlds interpretation]] of quantum mechanics) and Level IV ([[EldritchLocation Universes whose very fabric]] [[AlienGeometries is totally different of ours]])[[/note]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiverse#Brian_Greene.27s_nine_types Brian Greene]][[note]]They include Tegmark's types plus others expected to exist in string theory, the possibilities of simulated realities, etc.[[/note]]. Note in any case that the hypothesis of the multiverse, besides some [[http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.00126 claims]], cannot be falsified (tested to see if it's real or not), this explaining why a significant number of scientists consider the multiverse hypothesis little more than pseudoscience. However the first level of both classifications is usually favored, as data from space missions that have studied the cosmic microwave background as ''WMAP'' or ''Planck'' seem to favor an infinite Universe, or at the very least one mind-bogglingly big.
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