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“Multiple frames of reference which appear to inhabit the same universe seem to experience unique rates of time passing.”
“Solipsism is the perception and/or belief that there exists only one frame of reference for the duration of that frame of reference’s existence.”
“According to the ‘many world’s hypothesis’, there are as many parallel universes as there are unique outcomes to every decision (and one universe splits into multiple universes when a decision is made).”
This ideas presented in this web page are an elaboration of the ideas presented in the web pages named AGENCY, DETERMINISM, and NATURE. The basic premise of this web page is that nature is a multiverse comprised of all universes simultaneously such that nature can be metaphorically conceptualized as being a static “block” through which all imaginable space-time trajectories are “carved”.
Note that, within the context of this web page, the term “universe” is synonymous with “space-time trajectory” (i.e. “space-time continuum” (i.e. a linear sequence of phenomena which a partial frame of reference observes such that each one of those phenomena is observed for some finite interval of time by that partial frame of reference to the exclusion of all other phenomena during that finite interval of time)).
In the diagram above, several types of hypothetical multiverses are depicted. Each bounded region filled with exactly one color represents exactly one space-time continuum (i.e. universe) which is either finite or else infinite in duration. Nested bounded regions depict the process of exactly one frame of reference abruptly transitioning from one space-time continuum to some other space-time continuum (such that an inner bounded region expands to become its neighboring outer bounded region (and when such a transition occurs, continuity of deterministic processes between temporally adjacent universes may or may not be observed)).
The multiverse labeled D is a series of space-time continuums which evolves as time elapses to never repeat the same phenomena (or else to repeat some or all of the same phenomena in what appears (according to a non-omniscient frame of reference which is rendering D) to be a random (i.e. unpredictable) order).
The multiverse labeled I is a series of space-time continuums which repeats the same phenomena in the same chronological order after a finite amount of time elapses for some natural number of loops or else for infinitely many loops.
The multiverse labeled H is a space-time continuum (i.e. universe) which encompasses two smaller multiverses simultaneously such that those two multiverses are phenomenally indistinguishable from each other. In other words, those two multiverses are copies of each other (yet each one of those copies is a unique object).
The multiverse labeled Q is a space-time continuum (i.e. universe) encompassing two smaller multiverses simultaneously which are phenomenally distinguishable from each other such that one of those multiverses is a looping sequence of phenomena (similar to the multiverse labeled I) while the other multiverse is a diverging sequence of phenomena (similar to the multiverse labeled D).
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