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Listen to Mother Nature Network convince itself that parallel worlds exist

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Multiverse theorist Sean Carroll tells us that parallel worlds are just an outcome pof “obeying the laws of physics” (Many Interacting Worlds or MIW)

One problem with the many-worlds interpretation, however, has been that it’s fundamentally untestable, since observations can only be made in our world. Happenings in these proposed “parallel” worlds can thus only be imagined.

MIW says otherwise. It suggests that parallel worlds can interact on the quantum level, and in fact they do, as this video explains.

Bryan Nelson, “Parallel worlds exist and interact with our world, say physicists” at Mother Nature News (October 23, 2019)

We also learn, “Whether or not the math holds true will be the ultimate test for this theory. Does it or does it not properly predict quantum effects mathematically?”

Nope. Not a chance the proposed evidence will matter. A note below the story reads: “Editor’s note: This story has been updated since it was published in November 2014.” In a string of parallel universes, it could be updated and repackaged an arbitrarily large number of times. And evidence has nothing to do with the matter.

The parallel universe folk probably don’t like our universe because it shows massive evidence of fine-tuning and that implies an intelligent origin. Any alternative theory will always be popular, irrespective of evidence.

Quantum mechanics shouldn’t have to take the rap for all this.

See also: The multiverse is science’s assisted suicide

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4 Replies to “Listen to Mother Nature Network convince itself that parallel worlds exist

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    Fasteddious says:

    “The parallel universe folk probably don’t like our universe because it shows massive evidence of fine-tuning and that implies an intelligent origin. ” This statement confuses two different types of multiverse. The parallel universes considered from quantum theory must have the same laws of physics since they develop from decisions in one universe with multiple possible outcomes. If the laws of physics changed randomly whenever a decision was made, no one would survive the split – in either universe. i.e. both universes need to have the same fine tunings.
    The other type of multiverse was imagined to solve the fine tuning problem in our actual universe (splitting or otherwise). This multiverse creates new universes with random laws and physical constants by some unspecified magic uber-physics, for which there cannot be any evidence.
    But I expect you already knew that.

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    MikeW says:

    The multiverse doesn’t solve the fine-tuning problem. It only makes it worse, since the power and fine-tuning required for a multi-universe generator are orders of magnitude higher than for a single universe. Think of the power and fine-tuning design required to build a single automobile. Then think of the much higher power and fine-tuning design required to build a fully automated automobile factory.

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    massam says:

    MikeW

    Spot on. Do you have a resource that lists those specific numbers for the generator and multiverses?

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