Hello, I tried earlier today to explain this to some people in the forums that are purely scientific, but one of the moderators locked it, saying that I needed to explain more fully what I was trying to say. So, in this post, I will attempt to explain this theory that I've read about in several different books and websites in a more fully and comprehensible manner. Okay, this is going to sound strange, but I really curious about this, and I want to know if anyone else has heard this. Here is the theory in the way that I understand it: Every time somebody creates something in their own mind, whether it be a story, movie, book, thought, etc., somewhere in outside of our own universe, another universe/dimension is created where that situation, event, person, or thing becomes a reality, no matter how bizarre it might seem. Apparently it can defy the laws of physics, because the laws of physics in another universe can be completely different from the laws of physics in our own universe. So for example, according to this theory, there is a world outside our own universe where Santa Claus exists, or..... the Easter Bunny (retarded examples, I know, but bear with me).There are seperate worlds where everything that has ever been created by our minds is real, even if it goes against the laws of physics of our own universe. A seperate world containing the events and characters from every single thing that has ever been created in everybody's minds. That is the best I can describe this theory. Personally, I'm not sure I believe this, but I guess there's really no way to prove it. So, these are my questions: 1. Has anyone ever heard of this theory, and if so, did I accurately describe it? 2. Is there any scientific evidence at all for such a crazy notion? I sincerely appreciate you reading this, and I hope someone will be able to shed some light on it.