Particle based multiple universes?

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Hi Folks

I hope this is the correct forum for this question.

Has anybody theorised on the subject of overlapping multiple universes, I mean in a specific context, which would be that each primary particle has a mini universe that exclusively belongs to it, the parameters of which are variable based on what other particles are close enough to affect it's state.

Scaled up this would mean that we ourselves exist in a kind of private universe, where the limits are the limits of our observation. Universes would be able to overlap with any other body who's observation point allowed them to observe some of the data in the other observer's universe.

I was wondering if anybody had ever put forward such an idea and if there was any reading references anybody knew of ?

Sorry if this is the wrong place, perhaps philosophy would have been better. Hope I explained myself ok :)

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Colin
 

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Has anybody theorised on the subject of overlapping multiple universes, I mean in a specific context, which would be that each primary particle has a mini universe that exclusively belongs to it, the parameters of which are variable based on what other particles are close enough to affect it's state.
You're using a lot of words, but you're not using them in a way that means anything scientifically well defined.
 
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My apologies, I am trying to say that each particle has a universe that is unique to itself, whilst being able to overlap with others.

Just wanted to find out if there was anything out there I could read.
 

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