The Theory of Alternate Universes
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 Why does it lend towards free will?
I don't know why it lends toward free will. What? did you expect some logic on this page?
Having parallel universes means that 'you' can choose which universes you 'go' to, which to many is impossible. Others believe that we are all made up of raging ape's and monkey men, which is our minds desires. In our mind we have our personality, our values, our mood, our wants and our opinions, and cake.
 What it could mean for us
It is exciting for people to think that there are many alternate universes because it it were possible to travel to different ones and back, things could happen:
- Others might find their 'perfect' world, where due to everything happening in a certain way, everything they want is in this world, and they choose to live there.
- We might spread out from this world into one where humans hadn't evolved and there are still plenty of resources left - thus solving the energy crisis for ever (think about how many universes are still being created every second).
- Or we might take inventions from other worlds and use them in our own.
The possibilities are literally endless, but this page is not, so the list will stick with just four suggestions.
 If it were possible, why hasn't someone come here?
There could be a number of reasons for this. The most unlikely one is that our world is the most technologically advanced one, out of the many billions of possible worlds, and nobody else has managed it yet. But what with the Cold War, two World Wars and so much money being diverted towards McDonald's etc., this is probably not the case. A much easier answer is that others might just not have found us - there are far too many universes to explore before even more are made, and arguably, the number of universes is expanding faster than human populations are, so there will never be enough people to explore them all. For every person born there's probably another trillion universes. So we might never be found (and probably won't be).
 What happened to 'matter can't be created from nothing'?
The reason science believe matter can't be created from nothing is because we've never seen it happen, and we've never managed to do it. However, experiments at CERN are attempting to prove this theory false with their large hadron collider. So, it could still be possible, and if true, it means billions of entire universes being made every second is also possible.
On top of that, 'matter can't be created from nothing' is another scientific theory which has only been proved from past experience - but so was the idea that the world is flat, and that there was nothing smaller than an atom. Theories that say something can't happen tend to get destroyed while theories that say something can happen, tend to be proven right.
 How does this tie into Illogicopedia in any way, shape or form?
I don't know! you should try editing this article, maybe then it will tie in to Illogicopedia.
We could just go with the saying "Well, I could whip out the ol' salmon."
 See Also
|Primary measures||Time • Space • God • Existence • Exist"A"nce • Gravity • Electricity|
|Worlds||The Universe • World of Warcraft • Hello world • Anti-Earth|
|Beliefs||Christianity • Paganism • Buddhism • Christianity • Randomism • Causation • Scientology • Atheism|