Jack Reacher wrote:What if the first reality is in an alternate universe with different laws of phsyics that allow for bigger planets/resources, computers?
Anyway this is a question I have been wondering about. If the multiverse theory is true and there are different universes with different physical laws, this just beign one of them, would the laws of nature and logic be the same in all of them? In other words, would there be different shapes in geometry that we cant possibly imagine? That the shortest distance between A and B in one universe might not be a straight line?
How would they create a simulation with different laws of physics than what they know? I think multiverses are more likely. Also the shortest distance between A and B is a straight line unless its a wormhole. The best wormhole analogy I've heard is if an ant is on one corner of a piece of paper, the fastest way would be for the ant to crawl in a straight line from it's corner to the other corner, right? What if you fold the paper? You can shorten the ant's journey to almost nothing.