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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The following theory is something I have been working on. It combines ideas of quantum mechanics to explain the possible source of all phenomena, I really want to see some feedback.

In quantum mechanics we all know that there is always some probability that a particle entering a potential barrier has some probability to tunnel through that barrier. With barrier restrictions, anything becomes possible (although highly improbable).

Now imagine a place outside of existance ruled by only time and probability. In this place conservation of energy is also observed (total energy throughout existance/nonexistance is zero).

If there were no universe in this place, then it extends over all time. This place is timeless, existing all at once. If there is any probability for creating a universe governed by an arbitrary set of rules, given an infinite amount of time that universe WILL be created (the probability will drop to 1:1). This means that every combination of every probable universe will spontaneously generate.

But what about conservation of energy? How can we have something out of nothing. Because the absolute energy of this place is defined at zero (what i like the call the cosmic zero), we can bend the rules by creating a universe of positive and negative energy. Or even an infinite number of positive energy and infinite number of negative energy universe's. The total energy remains zero, but the universe's can spontaneously create themselves and stick around for a while.

The only reason we perceive the universe the way we do is because any other combination of physical properties and laws would have lead to another universe. Its like the fish asking why there is water everywhere. The answer is: because if there was no water, there would be no fish.

Thoughts?

In quantum mechanics we all know that there is always some probability that a particle entering a potential barrier has some probability to tunnel through that barrier. With barrier restrictions, anything becomes possible (although highly improbable).

Now imagine a place outside of existance ruled by only time and probability. In this place conservation of energy is also observed (total energy throughout existance/nonexistance is zero).

If there were no universe in this place, then it extends over all time. This place is timeless, existing all at once. If there is any probability for creating a universe governed by an arbitrary set of rules, given an infinite amount of time that universe WILL be created (the probability will drop to 1:1). This means that every combination of every probable universe will spontaneously generate.

But what about conservation of energy? How can we have something out of nothing. Because the absolute energy of this place is defined at zero (what i like the call the cosmic zero), we can bend the rules by creating a universe of positive and negative energy. Or even an infinite number of positive energy and infinite number of negative energy universe's. The total energy remains zero, but the universe's can spontaneously create themselves and stick around for a while.

The only reason we perceive the universe the way we do is because any other combination of physical properties and laws would have lead to another universe. Its like the fish asking why there is water everywhere. The answer is: because if there was no water, there would be no fish.

Thoughts?