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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.
23rd Jul '16 5:18:36 AM ScorpiusOB1
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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 level class of both classifications is usually favored, as data from space missions such 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 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 class of both classifications is usually favored, as data from space missions such 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 Jul '16 5:16:19 AM ScorpiusOB1
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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 a number of authors favor the first class of both classifications, as data from space missions such 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 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]] 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 a number of authors favor the first level class of both classifications, classifications is usually favored, as data from space missions such as ''WMAP'' or ''Planck'' seem to favor an infinite Universe, or at the very least one mind-bogglingly big.
23rd Jul '16 5:13:38 AM ScorpiusOB1
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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]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiverse#Brian_Greene.27s_nine_types Brian Greene]]. 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 a number of authors favor the first class of both classifications, as data from space missions such 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 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]] 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]].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 a number of authors favor the first class of both classifications, as data from space missions such as ''WMAP'' or ''Planck'' seem to favor an infinite Universe, or at the very least one mind-bogglingly big.
9th Jul '16 1:32:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'':

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7th Jul '16 7:39:58 PM Perseus
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** According to ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' and its [[VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse2 sequel]], the events of ''VideoGame/DragonBallGT'' and the {{Non Serial Movie}}s exist in alternate timelines. The antagonists screwing with time thus allows them to appear in the games' storylines despite their non-canon status.
6th Jul '16 8:04:34 PM Karxrida
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* It was thought that the different ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' verses all took place on separate worlds (the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Akaneia]] and [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Jugdral]] games aside), until ''FireEmblemAwakening'' came along and introduced the concept of the Outrealm Gates linking different worlds together. In fact, it's also implied (particularly in ''Awakening''[='s=] "The Future Past" DLC) that [[spoiler:the TimeTravel present in ''Awakening''[='s=] main plot isn't really so much time traveling as much as it is dimension hopping]], further implying that ''every single playthrough'' of each game is equally canon.

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* It was thought that the different ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' verses all took place on separate worlds (the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Akaneia]] and [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Jugdral]] games aside), until ''FireEmblemAwakening'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' came along and introduced the concept of the Outrealm Gates linking different worlds together. In fact, it's also implied (particularly in ''Awakening''[='s=] "The Future Past" DLC) that [[spoiler:the TimeTravel present in ''Awakening''[='s=] main plot isn't really so much time traveling as much as it is dimension hopping]], further implying that ''every single playthrough'' of each game is equally canon.
3rd Jul '16 11:07:08 AM narm00
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** The Wildstorm multiverse consists of a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_group 196833-dimensional]] snowflake-shaped arrangement of universes, flat sheets of information that their inhabitants interpret as three-dimensional (or what have you). Between them is [[SubspaceOrHyperspace the Bleed]], red swirly stuff of vaguely-defined properties. The Bleed, if not the snowflake, has recently been incorporated into Franchise/TheDCU.
*** After the ComicBook/{{New 52}} reboot/relaunch in 2011, there is no known "Wildstorm multiverse" anymore, with all the Wildstorm characters and stories are incorporated into the rebooted DC Universe. It may still exist, however, somewhere within the larger 'Multi-Multiverse'.

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** The Wildstorm multiverse consists of a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_group 196833-dimensional]] snowflake-shaped arrangement of universes, flat sheets of information that their inhabitants interpret as three-dimensional (or what have you). Between them is [[SubspaceOrHyperspace the Bleed]], red swirly stuff of vaguely-defined properties. The Bleed, if not the snowflake, has recently been was incorporated into Franchise/TheDCU.
*** After the ComicBook/{{New 52}} reboot/relaunch in 2011, there is no known "Wildstorm multiverse" anymore, with all the Wildstorm characters and stories are incorporated into the rebooted DC Universe. It may still exist, however, somewhere within the larger 'Multi-Multiverse'.
29th Jun '16 12:28:14 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'' eventually develops one of these, as while it starts with just [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Equestria]] and Terra (the MegaCrossover {{Kaiju}} version of Earth), it also later adds on [[{{Mordor}} Zenith]], the ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls Equestria Girls]]'' universe, the [[TrappedInTVLand Power Ponies]] universe and its EG counterpart, the MirrorUniverse of Equestria from [[ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDW the comics]] [[spoiler: and its Terra counterpart]], and in a later crossover story brings in FanFic/TheShimmerverse as another separate universe.
25th Jun '16 11:22:04 AM nombretomado
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* The protagonists of AHDotComTheSeries travel through it in their [[CoolShip Cool Starship]].

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* The protagonists of AHDotComTheSeries ''Script/AHDotComTheSeries'' travel through it in their [[CoolShip Cool Starship]].
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