Saturday, August 24, 2019
Simply put, one theory suggests that every time a decision is made from a number of different options, the universe splits into another timeline, where both choices are made. Of course this would mean there are an infinite number of universes.
But does this mean there are identical universes, one from where I cough at 10:27:03 am, and one where I cough a second later? If something so small isn't enough to warrant a split, then how major do the differing events need to be?
I admit it. It's been many many years since I read anything about this, and my understanding is simplistic and probably erroneous, but I do love the thought that somewhere there is another universe where I am a successful author with a string of publications to my name. Now that's a couple of books I would love to get my hands on. I figure I'd love those stories.
It also means there's a universe where the Beatles didn't split up and there are Beatle songs I've never heard. Of course there are universes where they never became a band.
I've recently read about Dimension Jumping, or Quantum Jumping. People claim to be able to transfer to another parallel universe, one where they are able to achieve their dreams. The stories they tell are fascinating, although I'm not really convinced by any of them. They have, however, given me ideas for my writing.
In this world we can simply do our best, taking time to make choices that are for our own good and for the good of those around us. Realising our actions can impact on others, and deciding not to harm them. Thinking before we make major choices that could ripple through time and affect our own future.
Life is a choose your own adventure book. I think I'm currently on page 74.