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March 11th, 2018, 06:46 PM   #1
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An idea about alternate universes

So I had an idea about a tennis ball spinning clockwise in one universe,

counter clockwise in another universe,

top spin in another universe

bottom spin in another universe

and there are enough universes, say 360, to take into account all the different angles and degrees of spin.

then all the universes are aligned to create one perfect tennis ball, with infinite spin

Maybe we could come up with a theory to calculate the amount of energy that such a tennis ball would make..
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March 11th, 2018, 08:24 PM   #2
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Is that universally speaking?
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March 11th, 2018, 08:51 PM   #3
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I saw a video of Roger Penrose giving a talk about his theory that the universe keeps exploding in a big bang, collapsing into a singularity, then exploding into a new big bang.

He has actually worked up a theory by which we might be able to detect a faint ripple of the previous universe within ours. Like ripples in a pond left by a rock.

One thing I like about Penrose is that he's an eminent physicist not afraid to express really wacky ideas. And at the end of the day he's Sir Roger and the rest of us aren't, so who is to say?

Here's an article about it.

https://futurism.com/sir-roger-penro...he-big-bang-2/
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So I had an idea about a tennis ball spinning clockwise in one universe,

counter clockwise in another universe,

top spin in another universe

bottom spin in another universe

and there are enough universes, say 360, to take into account all the different angles and degrees of spin.

then all the universes are aligned to create one perfect tennis ball, with infinite spin

Maybe we could come up with a theory to calculate the amount of energy that such a tennis ball would make..
It boils down to how the Universes interact and whether the object actually has presence in those multiple Universes.

Consider the following case:

Universe 1: tennis ball spins clockwise with an angular velocity of 1 radian per second
Universe 2: tennis ball spins anticlockwise with angular velocity of 1 radian per second

If you add the angular velocities together, you get 0. But, does it makes sense to say that the tennis ball overall has no spin in this case? It clearly has a presence in multiple Universes and has spin in those Universes, so what meaning does the result 0 have?
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