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Notes: 9am-11am Outline: 11am-12pm Essay: 12pm-1pm & 2pm-12pm Intro: 1 hour (1pm-3pm) Body 1 multiverse: 0.5 hr (3pm-4pm) Body 2 perspectives: 0.5 hr (4-4:30pm) Body 3-6 levels: 6hours (4:30pm-10:30pm) Conclusion: 1/2 hour(10:30-11pm) Citings: 1hour (11-11:45pm) Ghumaa3 Alexander3 1.Inflationary multiverse: What if there was not only one big bang Big bangs are happening all the time There is an endless sea of energy Universes pop up like bubbles in the ocean and there can be universes where gravity weak and object float or where lots of electromagnetism 2. Quilted Multiverse: There is just one universe but it is not just big, it is INFINITE Find lots of planet earths Can find someone identical to you but they probable live in unreachable patch Even if you fly through space, you can never escape your small local pathc in the endless realm of space 3. Quantum Universe: Electron can be anywhere but when you take a picture it is right there The electorn doesn’t have to decide wehre to take picture because EACH possibility where that electron can be is its OWN universe Any time you take a picture or observe something, you SPLIT the universe You cant see the universes because you just live in ONE of the MANY possibilities So as you move along your life observing particles, people the universe is CONSTANTLY splitting We’re just travelling on the ONE of the many paths of a quantum multiverse 4. The BRANE multiverse: Sometimes people talk about multiverses as ALTERNATE dimensons We live in 3-d, but are there more dimensions
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This says that there can be more because brane multiverse comes out of string theory where 3 dimensional universe lives on a membrane actually embedded in 10 DIMENSIONS
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