From: Perry E. Metzger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 25 2003 - 09:37:29 MDT
"Mike Williams" <email@example.com> writes:
> If it were possible for our universe to interact with the other universes,
What does that mean, exactly? I don't know how universes would
"interact" per se. If they could meaningfully interact, they wouldn't
be separate universes.
> then it would have already happened. Since it would be possible that one of
> the universes would have the desire and ability to consume the others, that
> would have already happened. Since we're still here, the entire discussion
> of infinite universes is moot.
I don't understand what you are getting at -- could you re-explain it?
In any case, universes aren't sentient. They don't interact, eat,
sleep, etc. I don't know what it would mean for a universe to
"consume" another universe. The Level I multiverse being infinite
does not imply you can violate the laws of physics, just that there is
an infinite amount of space and stuff within that space...
-- Perry E. Metzger firstname.lastname@example.org
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