The universal constants are precisely balanced, such, that life could not exist otherwise.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now take those finely tuned constants out hundreds, thousands, millions, billions ...trillions of decimal places. Slight, almost infinitesimal differences between the constants of each universe, which are actually resonances of a quantum "multiverse", mean that each resonance is unique.

http://www.cs.unc.edu/~barman/HT96/P43/pictura.htm [Broken]

Riemann's cuts are analogous to spatio-temporal holes connecting to an almost exactly identical parallel reality[phase resonance-frequency].

The question becomes: Do an infinite number of parallel realities exist? or is the number of universes just an astronomically huge quantity? [though still finite]

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# Properties of the Multiverse

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