Elon Musk FINALLY Explains Stephen Hawkings Terrifying Multiverse Theory! In this video, Elon Musk FINALLY explains Stephen Hawking’s terrifying multiverse theory that actually makes sense!!! How does Elon explain the theory? How will this change our society? Check out this video to find out!
Top Facts About The Multiverse
A multiverse is a hypothetical group of multiple universes including our own, which are all possibly real. These other universes are sometimes called parallel universes, alternative universes, quantum universes or simply multiples. The term is generally only used in science fiction and fantasy to describe worlds that exist separately from our own, however, their existence is not always strictly limited to works of fiction. In fact, many scientists and philosophers believe we will be able to someday prove that a multiverse exists by discovering its measurable effects on reality. Since we have no way of proving how big it is (or if it even exists at all) we can’t tell you exactly how many multiverses there are…
- One of our favourite modern-day physicists, Stephen Hawking, believes that parallel universes will be discovered within 100 years. He even predicts that scientists will one day create their own universe in a lab using black holes or other super-dense objects. (He seriously needs to chill out.) 2. This whole thing started with Einstein’s theory of relativity, which suggested that time and space are not absolutes but rather depend on your frame of reference – an idea popularized in his famous quote Space is like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly…stuff 3. The multiverse was first proposed by philosopher William James as far back as 1895. He thought that if you could travel fast enough for long enough you would eventually return to your starting point. In fact, he went so far as to say the passage from one world to another would never be noticed. 4. The most common type of multiverse is called a quantum multiverse because it’s based on quantum mechanics, specifically quantum fluctuations where particles pop into existence and then disappear again 5. The other type of multiverse is known as string theory and it suggests there may be multiple dimensions, including ones we can’t see.
Is Time Travel Possible?
In a March 2018 TED Talk, theoretical physicist Lisa Randall claims that time travel is possible and could even exist in some quantum form. Now, Elon Musk has said time travel may be possible but clarifies it might not be through quantum physics. There’s still stuff we don’t know about physics, so who knows? he said at SXSW in Austin, Texas during an interview with Peter Thiel. Certainly, it’s possible that you can warp space-time and then you can travel back in time, he explained. All of these things are possible. The big question is how to harness those things because they’re just not practical with today’s technology.
If you were planning to ask Elon Musk about time travel, don’t. The SpaceX CEO has been asked about it over and over again, but he doesn’t seem to be interested in sharing his thoughts on it. If I say anything more, it’ll just get debunked or people will go insane—or both, he told a small group of reporters during a visit to SpaceX’s headquarters in Hawthorne, California. So maybe it’s better if I don’t say anything at all.
What Happens If The Universe Ends?
The multiverse theory says that our universe isn’t all there is. In fact, there are many universes. So if our universe ends, what happens to these other universes? Well, according to Elon Musk, who recently talked about multiple universes with The Recode Decode podcast, if our own universe disappears then all of [these] other histories happen simultaneously.
While that’s an interesting way to look at things, it might not be entirely accurate. In fact, if you read Einstein’s theory of general relativity you can actually find a way to get out of existence. What does that mean? Well, it means there are universes where matter no longer exists and everything has reverted back to energy. There are also universes where time and space have reversed. In one universe, for example, time runs backwards compared to another universe. What does that mean for your own personal survival then?
It means you might be able to escape death by simply travelling through time. According to physicist Brian Greene, there is nothing in physics that would prevent such journeys. In fact, some people have claimed they’ve lived a second life before and lived it in reverse order. There are also various claims of past-life regression therapy and even stories of out-of-body experiences where people report travelling back into a previous life. It doesn’t seem like multiple universes will save us from death either because if those universes don’t exist then neither do we!
Can We Escape Our Reality?
Musk is not alone in his belief that we are all living in a simulated reality. Physicist and Nobel Prize winner (for his work on quantum physics) Dr. Richard Feynman once said: I think that it’s much more likely that [we] are in a simulation… than [we are] actually physical beings. A large number of scientists agree, saying something called the simulation hypothesis could explain why our universe appears to be fine-tuned for life, as well as our sense that time is moving forward and why there is something rather than nothing. This might sound like science fiction, but theoretical physicist Nick Bostrom says many of these theories can be tested and proven with modern technology.
The latest comes from Elon Musk, who is famous for his hard-line stance on reality and science. In a recent Q&A at Recode’s Code Conference, he explained that virtual reality could very well be part of what we’re living in right now. When asked if he thought we were all in a simulation right now, Musk said: The strongest argument for us being in a simulation probably is the following… forty years ago we had Pong—two rectangles and a dot. That’s where we were. Now 40 years later we have photorealistic, 3D simulations with millions of people playing simultaneously and it’s getting better every year.
Will There Be Other Earths Like Ours?
Ever since his death earlier in 2018, many physicists have revisited late physicist Stephen Hawking’s predictions and theories. One of his most famous came in 2004 when he first warned that the earth could be destroyed by a black hole without any warning or possibility of saving ourselves. The idea is terrifying, but now billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk says he has figured out what might have been going on with Hawking’s theory. In essence, Hawking was right to warn us of these doomsday situations—but we shouldn’t be afraid. To explain further, let’s take a look at one way black holes can potentially wipe out an entire universe…
As I’m sure you already know, black holes are areas of space that have such a powerful gravitational pull that they can trap light and even time itself. This means that they are deadly to everything around them because nothing—not even information—can escape their force. And if Hawking was right, it’s possible that one day, another Black Hole might be born in our own universe…and eventually consume everything around it. He believed we might not even be able to notice what was happening until it’s too late and the earth is swallowed up whole by its new neighbour. And if Hawking is right, then at some point in our future there will likely be other universes formed by other Black Holes…and eventually consumed as well.
Why Do Stars Appear To Move Across The Sky?
The story behind how SpaceX’s CEO became fascinated with the most important problem in physics begins around 2002 when he was running his first company, Zip2. He found himself frustrated with information overload and wanted to have more meaningful relationships with people, which prompted him to write a software program that would allow people to book restaurant reservations online. That piece of software would grow into PayPal, which later bought his second company, Tesla Motors.
He started thinking about space exploration in 2003 during a casual conversation on Necker Island—Richard Branson’s private island off the coast of Puerto Rico—with astrophysicist and cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson and former NASA scientist Jim Cantrell. As far as we can tell, every particle in our universe originated from a star that exploded, Elon said. So, everything that exists has experienced either one of these supernovae or it hasn’t existed yet because it hasn’t been born yet. So how could stars possibly be moving across our sky if they are billions of light-years away? It’s time to delve into string theory and quantum mechanics—topics that have baffled scientists for decades.
Are There Multiple Dimensions Or Planes Of Existence?
Elon Musk says, I think I have come to a conclusion about what makes sense regarding whether there is a future for life or not, he explained. If you look at biological complexity, it’s pretty obvious that there must be some kind of multiple application of universal laws. You cannot have a universe like ours where there are literally billions of planets and life arose on only one of them. That’s just ludicrous. So we clearly live in a bubble universe where we don’t understand what’s happening but why would it be that all intelligent life that arises in such a universe creates these simulations?
One explanation is that we all exist in a computer simulation created by future humans who are bored living on Earth, for example. The idea is known as the simulation hypothesis and was first proposed by Philosopher Nick Bostrom of Oxford University. He argued that at least one of those simulations had to be run on an advanced computer that would be capable of recreating it — or possibly even running many simulations simultaneously. If someone ever found definitive proof there were multiple dimensions or planes of existence, do you know where we would find it? The internet!
Where Did All These Universes Come From?
A few weeks ago, a video showing theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking saying we could soon be swallowed up by a black hole went viral. But what did he mean? Was it just sci-fi, or is there more to it? New comments from entrepreneur Elon Musk give us some idea of what’s going on.
How Did This All Begin?
According to Hawking, the boundary condition of our universe is that it has no boundary. Though hard to wrap your head around, Hawking explains that he means time as we know it began with a Singularity – or what is known as an explosion. That said, there was never a time when space and time came into existence. The usual paradigm would be that there was nothing, and then there was something, Hawking says in his book The Grand Design. But there wouldn’t have been any ‘time’ for nothing to happen in. So how do you explain something coming from literally nothing? As much as we might like to say we have science on our side on this one, Physics can’t account for everything.
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