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20th Nov '17 4:54:18 AM ChronoLegion
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** '''Earth-22''' is a post-apocalyptic wasteland that appears to be a mix of ''Film/MadMax'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'', with Wells 2.0 being a cyborg.

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** '''Earth-22''' is a post-apocalyptic wasteland that appears to be a mix of ''Film/MadMax'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'', with Wells 2.0 being a an Aussie cyborg.
20th Nov '17 4:53:16 AM ChronoLegion
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** '''Earth-22'' is a post-apocalyptic wasteland that appears to be a mix of ''Film/MadMax'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'', with Wells 2.0 being a cyborg.

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** '''Earth-22'' '''Earth-22''' is a post-apocalyptic wasteland that appears to be a mix of ''Film/MadMax'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'', with Wells 2.0 being a cyborg.
20th Nov '17 4:52:52 AM ChronoLegion
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** Little is known about '''Earth-12''', except that it's home to [[HerrDoktor Herr Harrison Wolfgang Wells]], who appears to be a cross between "Harry" Wells and Creator/SteveJobs.
** Likewise, we're not told much about '''Earth-47''', but its H. Lothario Wells is a "genius, billionaire, playboy philanthropist" with a dash of [[Magazine/{{Playboy}} Hugh Heffner]].
** '''Earth-22'' is a post-apocalyptic wasteland that appears to be a mix of ''Film/MadMax'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'', with Wells 2.0 being a cyborg.
10th Nov '17 3:40:49 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* As noted above, scientists have speculated for long about the possible existence of 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 an (infinite) Universe (''very'', ''very'', ''[[RuleOfThree very]]'' far) beyond the observable one, that obviously would follow the same physical laws of 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. would 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 would be 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 so far be falsified (tested to see if it's real or not), this explaining why as explained above a significant number of scientists consider the multiverse hypothesis little more than pseudoscience. However the first level of both classifications is the most 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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* As noted above, scientists have speculated for long about the possible existence of 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 an (infinite) Universe (''very'', ''very'', ''[[RuleOfThree very]]'' far) beyond the observable one, that obviously would follow the same physical laws of 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. would 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 would be 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 so far be falsified (tested to see if it's real or not), not) and evidences presented as proof of its existence are indirect at best, this explaining why as explained above a significant number of scientists consider the multiverse hypothesis little more than pseudoscience. However the first level of both classifications is the most 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.
23rd Oct '17 11:36:00 PM LinTaylor
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*** Above all twelve universes is the King of Everything. [[spoiler:According to Whis, there used to be ''eighteen'' universes until the King of Everything got mad and destroyed six of them in an instant.]]

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*** Above all twelve universes is Zen'o-sama, the King of Everything. [[spoiler:According According to Whis, there used to be ''eighteen'' universes until the King of Everything got mad and Zen'o destroyed six of them when he was in an instant.]]a bad mood. Then in the Universe Survival Saga, he decides that watching twelve universes is too much work [[spoiler:(even with [[MyFutureSelfAndMe two of himself]])]] and announces that he'll be paring it down to ''five''. The universes are ranked by their level of development, and the bottom eight have to participate in a Battle Royale to see who will get to continue existing alongside the top four.
15th Oct '17 4:47:41 PM TheTraveller
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* [[http://fav.me/daag26e Project Dragon]], [[http://fav.me/dadh9g2 Project Wildcat]] and [[http://fav.me/dah5wli Project Hound]], three long lists doccumenting the many versions of Sash Lilac, Carol Tea and Milla Hound (respectively) from ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'', with the [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog No-Zone]] acting as a backdrop. It is a collaborative project, with others able to suggest Lilacs, Carols and Millas to add to the lists, and stories have been made using them, [[http://fav.me/dak2grm such as here]].[[note]]One of the very first was War Lilac, who starred in another of the author's works, ''FanFic/FreedomDiesWithMe''.[[/note]]

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* [[http://fav.me/daag26e Project Dragon]], [[http://fav.me/dadh9g2 Project Wildcat]] and [[http://fav.me/dah5wli Project Hound]], three long lists doccumenting the many versions of Sash Lilac, Carol Tea and Milla Hound Basset (respectively) from ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'', with the [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog No-Zone]] acting as a backdrop. It is a collaborative project, with others able to suggest Lilacs, Carols and Millas to add to the lists, and stories have been made using them, [[http://fav.me/dak2grm such as here]].[[note]]One of the very first was War Lilac, who starred in another of the author's works, ''FanFic/FreedomDiesWithMe''.[[/note]]
14th Oct '17 4:22:26 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' and ''Series/OnceUponATimeInWonderland'': Most of ''OUAT'' takes place in Storybrooke, a town created by magic that exists in the Land Without Magic, which is our "real world". The curse that created Storybrooke also trapped many people from The Enchanted Forest there, characters from various fairy tales and other stories. Other worlds include [[Literature/PeterPan Neverland]], [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Wonderland]] (in which SpinOff series ''Once Upon a Time in Wonderland'' takes place), [[Franchise/TheWizardOfOz Oz]], the Land Without Color (a DeliberatelyMonochrome world where Dr. Literature/{{Frankenstein}} is from), a [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Victorian England]] where Alice is from, a [[TheRoaringTwenties 1920s England]] where Cruella de Vil is from, TheUnderworld, The Land of Untold Stories (a universe that serves as a dumping ground for characters from stories that never finished), the Wish!Universe (a genie-created reality where Regina was defeated before casting the Dark Curse), and the Dark Realm (domain of the [[GreaterScopeVillain Black Fairy]]).

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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' and ''Series/OnceUponATimeInWonderland'': Most of ''OUAT'' takes place in Storybrooke, a town created by magic that exists in the Land Without Magic, which is our "real world". The curse that created Storybrooke also trapped many people from The Enchanted Forest there, characters from various fairy tales and other stories. Other worlds include [[Literature/PeterPan Neverland]], [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Wonderland]] (in which SpinOff series ''Once Upon a Time in Wonderland'' takes place), [[Franchise/TheWizardOfOz Oz]], the Land Without Color (a DeliberatelyMonochrome world where Dr. Literature/{{Frankenstein}} is from), a [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Victorian England]] where Alice is from, a [[TheRoaringTwenties 1920s England]] where Cruella de Vil is from, TheUnderworld, The Land of Untold Stories (a universe that serves as a dumping ground for characters from stories that never finished), the Wish!Universe (a genie-created reality where Regina was defeated before casting the Dark Curse), and the Dark Realm (domain of the [[GreaterScopeVillain Black Fairy]]). Then Season 7 further complicates things by revealing that there are variations on the Enchanted Forest, to reflect the different versions of the stories told in our world.
30th Sep '17 4:50:17 PM TheTraveller
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*** The CosmicRetcon following ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'' caused the entire multiverse to collapse on itself and be reborn. It's yet to be told as to what original worlds are left and what new ones are there.

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*** The lawsuit-forced CosmicRetcon following ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'' caused the entire multiverse to collapse on itself and be reborn. It's yet That basically put a stop to be told as to what original worlds are left the universe hopping in the entirety of the comics, and what new ones are there.the concept died completely when the comics were cancelled in 2017.


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* [[http://fav.me/daag26e Project Dragon]], [[http://fav.me/dadh9g2 Project Wildcat]] and [[http://fav.me/dah5wli Project Hound]], three long lists doccumenting the many versions of Sash Lilac, Carol Tea and Milla Hound (respectively) from ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'', with the [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog No-Zone]] acting as a backdrop. It is a collaborative project, with others able to suggest Lilacs, Carols and Millas to add to the lists, and stories have been made using them, [[http://fav.me/dak2grm such as here]].[[note]]One of the very first was War Lilac, who starred in another of the author's works, ''FanFic/FreedomDiesWithMe''.[[/note]]
13th Sep '17 3:44:25 AM calufrax
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* In the first episode radio series Undone, Edna Turner discovers that she is able move between London, and its parallel city Undone, where weirdness leaks from. Slowly, she finds she is able to cross to over to other versions of London - such as Donlon, Londinium, Londres, and Lahndan (said in an over-pronounced cockney accent). Her job becomes to maintain the balance between the worlds, discovers her sister, and finds that they seem to be the only people who do not have parallel versions.

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* In the first episode radio series Undone, ''Radio/{{Undone}}'', Edna Turner discovers that she is able move between London, and its parallel city Undone, where weirdness leaks from. Slowly, she finds she is able to cross to over to other versions of London - such as Donlon, Londinium, Londres, and Lahndan (said in an over-pronounced cockney accent). Her job becomes to maintain the balance between the worlds, discovers her sister, and finds that they seem to be the only people who do not have parallel versions.
13th Sep '17 3:40:24 AM calufrax
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* In the first episode radio series ''Radio/Undone'', Edna Turner discovers that she is able move between London, and its parallel city Undone, where weirdness leaks from. Slowly, she finds she is able to cross to over to other versions of London - such as Donlon, Londinium, Londres, and Lahndan (said in an over-pronounced cockney accent). Her job becomes to maintain the balance between the worlds, discovers her sister, and finds that they seem to be the only people who do not have parallel versions.

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* In the first episode radio series ''Radio/Undone'', Undone, Edna Turner discovers that she is able move between London, and its parallel city Undone, where weirdness leaks from. Slowly, she finds she is able to cross to over to other versions of London - such as Donlon, Londinium, Londres, and Lahndan (said in an over-pronounced cockney accent). Her job becomes to maintain the balance between the worlds, discovers her sister, and finds that they seem to be the only people who do not have parallel versions.
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