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Could quantum mechanics lead into relativity through string theories holographic field theory by assuming that all systems in the universe, systems being objects that are observable, are themselves independent universes that are mirrored off of itself into separate dimensions? 

If you were to have a universe created which mimics the effects of an electron then that universe is mirrored in some way, shape or form causing all assumed electrons simply be mirrors of the same electron universe? 

 

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Have read speculations about all the 'apparent' photons in the universe being one photon at different times.
What flavor of bubblegum is 'princess' ?

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On 2/11/2019 at 5:12 PM, peterwlocke said:

are you the princess bubblegum person

I can neither confirm nor deny this fact. And I got the name from a television show called adventure time with princess bubble gum who is a supposed scientist.

Did not expect the hypothesis to hold at all hence why I placed it into speculation. Only wanted it torn apart so I can see if it is viable in any way.

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Misspelled world

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On 2/13/2019 at 5:45 PM, ALine said:

I can neither confirm nor deny this fact. And I got the name from a television show called adventure time with princess bubble gum who is a supposed scientist.

Did not expect the hypothesis to hold at all hence why I placed it into speculation. Only wanted it torn apart so I can see if it is viable in any way.

 well, that is a very roundabout way of stating a simple thing.(also, contradictions :)

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On 2/18/2019 at 6:25 PM, peterwlocke said:

well, that is a very roundabout way of stating a simple thing.(also, contradictions :)

yep :D

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On ‎2‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 4:50 PM, ALine said:

Could quantum mechanics lead into relativity through string theories holographic field theory by assuming that all systems in the universe, systems being objects that are observable, are themselves independent universes that are mirrored off of itself into separate dimensions? 

Well considering this sequence of terms it certainly sounds like something that's been chewed. 

 Quantum mechanics, holographic field theories, and string theories all use GR in their applications. None of these theories specifically describe other universes per se, but any of the above can describe alternate universes their primary goal is to describe this universe but not as reflections. Though I do recall one paper along this line in terms of galaxies but that fell out of favor long ago with observational evidence. It was so long ago I can't recall all the particulars.

LOL just to put a more serious note to this thread :P

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