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Living and nonliving cosmoses

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How many universes can there be ? and what is the ratio of life-producing-universes to (so called) fruitless ones ?

What was the first seed universe like ? What about other universes to ours ?

If ours is the only one then why life ? It seems so unlikely as a one off. Or are there many and living ones evolve among nonliving ones ? If a universe contained no consciousness then would it ever move out of a giant superposed state ? Could there be a multiverse which allocated the saved energy from a nonliving universe to a living one ?

IF THE PURPOSE OF A UNIVERSE AS INITIATED BY A CREATOR IS TO PERFORM A COMPUTATION, THEN HOW IS THE INPUT PROVIDED ? AND HOW THE OUTPUT YIELDED ?

Suggestion:

Input is given at commencement through settings of fundamental constants

Output is given in every successive state… each frame of the great movie is one vast output

Thus creator needs “reference dimensions” (the coiled up parts of the 11) to be able to inspect the details of each frame. In order to make use of this output the storage capability of the parent system must be huge but maybe “divine” beings can access that much power.

Yes I do honour Douglas Adams !

Here’s a diagram which shows a possible supercosmology of multiple created universes. Just for fun really but its nice to dream about possibilities.

supertime

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Written by Luke Dunn

July 28, 2009 at 8:25 pm

Posted in physics

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