The Theory Of Parallel Universes…

The existence of parallel universes may seem like something cooked up by science fiction writers, with little relevance to modern theoretical physics. But the idea that we live in a “multiverse” made up of an infinite number of parallel universes has long been considered a scientific possibility – although it is still a matter of vigorous debate among physicists.

Source: The Theory Of Parallel Universes Is Not Just Maths – It Is Science That Can Be Tested


There are four instances in my life that I can recall clearly that make me wonder about this theory…

1. I was riding my bicycle when we lived in Niles as a kid and suddenly there was a tree right there on the corner of the sidewalk where I always disembarked to cross the street to the next sidewalk, needless to say I ran right into the darn thing.
2. When I went to see Betsy’s Wedding (with Molly Ringwald) and I sat there wondering how I had seen it before (no seriously I had SEEN it) when in fact it was it’s opening weekend but I was like, how is this possible? I’ve already seen it but that’s not possible… because I’ve never seen it before.
3. I was driving back from Orlando once just like I had many times before when I noticed a sign literally fade into view, it. was. not. there. before.
4. I was driving past the Park on Park next to the library and noticed a massive tree that wasn’t there before, I’m serious it was pretty sparse the many times I had been through there but I always thought the view was lovely but suddenly there was a really really old tree there smack in the middle of it, like huge, no way to miss the dang thing ya know?

This I think may be the answer to the where did I put [item name] when I can’t find something around the house…me and the other me’s in the other universes must all be sharing a dremel, house keys, 11¢ (because that keeps popping up everywhere), glasses, a wallet, coffee cups, and crafting supplies that I KNOW I put away and even had witnesses to me putting said things somewhere…

And then there is that one me somewhere with a frickin pile of left socks wondering where the heck they all came from, lol.


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