I’d occasionally blow some air from a fan or something like that on the paper. They won’t know where it’s coming from but it’s go ‘through them’ – right to their middle, so they’ll feel ‘something’ from within that’s non-destructive but opens them up that there’s maybe something ‘more’ just out of sight.
The multiverse idea is built on logic/number theory so automatically all universes would inherit at least those two properties.
I agree – but current multiverse is based on a mathematical idea (from the 1950s) – it only recently has been taken seriously as a possibility, maybe the past 20 years or so… but before that, it only showed up in science fiction).
One of the things about logic that is it’s strength and weakness is this notion of no-contradiction. It’s a system that does not allow for paradoxes or conflicts within itself.
Now, let’s say you have universes that don’t follow non-contradiction. What can happen then is you could end up with errant universes that merge freely into others, show up occasionally ‘in the wrong universe’, become all universes in the multiverse and scrambling them, and other things that logic wouldn’t allow for.
Oh it’s definitely possible but that’s using the multiverse of imagination, which is more powerful than the multiverse of mathematics. Our imagination (and real life) allows for contradictions to nestle together comfortably whereas logic and math does not.
Yeah,like some mixture of consistency and inconsistency that a being from our universe just couldn’t possibly make sense of.
the only schema I know that’s big enough to handle everything is fiction. Truth is just too tiny but fun to search for.