Does Quantum Superposition prove the multiverse is real and that every fictional tv show is both fiction and real at the same time?
- TomLv 73 years ago
A real Multiverse would be several DIFFERENT Parallel Universes more or less in the "same location" but non interactive.-----They will be different universes altogether, still with their own stars, Planets and galaxies, but having different histories. They will NOT be DIFFERENT versions of THIS universe with another Earth and versions of ourselves.
- Jeffrey KLv 73 years ago
No. We don't know if the Many Worlds Interpretation is true or not. Even if it is true, it only says that each quantum state of a particle in a superposition exists.
- runningman022003Lv 73 years ago
no. Not at all.
- DixonLv 73 years ago
It's just a mathematical description. The Copenhagen Interpretation is generally taught as the physical interpretation even tho it isn't really accepted as being true in terms of what is physically going on and indeed it raises as many questions as it answers. And similarly, multiverse interpretations can result in the correct mathematics but it doesn't make them real. All that quantum superposition really proves is that things behave so differently at the quantum scale that our intuition of what is possible or not possible is not much use.
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- Anonymous3 years ago
No, because that is way to complicated, the correct answer is that the universe is a simulation and consciousness is the only real thing of reality.
- MorningfoxLv 73 years ago
No, it doesn't prove that at all. Not in this universe, maybe in some of the others.
- Knü©klëhéåd♣Lv 43 years ago
we will never know until we fully develop the random modulator.
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