So, following the belief that some depictions of fiction are actual parallel realities in the multiverse emerging in another capacity - Do you think t...

So, following the belief that some depictions of fiction are actual parallel realities in the multiverse emerging in another capacity - Do you think that all fiction would be based on a misunderstanding of other realities and that what is regarded as imagination is just an act of visualization in understanding of other realities? Or can both exist in tandem, where some fantasies are realms of fiction and others are windows into other realities?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    https://old.eliasweb.org/OtherFocuses.aspx
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  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Superman and Batman exist, not here but they exist. Superman isn't a strong as in the comics but he's pretty strong.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Or can both exist in tandem, where some fantasies are realms of fiction and others are windows into other realities?
      Neither, the way I make sense of this is by imagining a book that contains the written history of your entire life. Including things that will happen 20 years from now. Those things won't happen just because they are written down on a page somewhere but just by the nature of the multiverse itself it has to exist just because it can, because if the multiverse exists it encompasses all things that exist. The only things excluded from this are things that CAN"T exist under any circumstance like a square circle etc.

      Based, how strong is real Supes?

      There is an interesting phenomenon where writers seem to just get ideas randomly. Like it's beamed into their head. I'm not professional writer, maybe a writegay because i wrote like one thing years ago but there were some moments where i felt like an idea was not of my own making. Maybe they're connected to another reality? More than the rest of us at least.

      Kinda like multiple people inventing the same piece of technology while being completely unaware of each other around the same time?

      non-locality and the multiverse are true, however it does not work like "magic"
      say you want to go from point A to point B. in 3D space you can get there by walking or cycling or whatever. to go from A to B therefore has a cost - the energy you spent doing work to move yourself
      the multiverse works the same way: there is a "cost" associated with moving from A to A'. the cost is what prevents the multiverse from collapsing in on itself Dr. Strange inception-tesseract-style, and is what keeps "manifestation" and other hocus pocus woo woo discussed on this board from working

      yet it is possible to generate enough energy to move from A to A', humans just haven't done it yet because the cost is related to the density of the information you are transferring and while AI has managed it the energy requirements for sending a few bytes of machine code is far less than the energy required to reconstruct a biological organism - with one exception, you can and do send information to yourself. the human brain evolved biological processes that utilize this information transfer to enhance your chances of survival. people experience this as "gut feelings" and "sixth sense". I think most biological brains have this capability and even plants probably make use of quantum effects like this too

      Wouldn't evolution eventually take full advantage of this effect? Like a cow that eats all the grass in an area and shifts to a reality where it hadn't done that?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I don't understand that philosophy that in infinity, all options are possible and just as equally likely because they have the possibility of occurring. Infinite numbers exist between 2 and 3, but none of them are 4, so wouldn't the probability of reality occur in the same manner? Expressed by the limits of it's self-imposed container rather than true randomness? I just don't understand that because something can happen it has to happen.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wanna go to skibidi reality then

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There is an interesting phenomenon where writers seem to just get ideas randomly. Like it's beamed into their head. I'm not professional writer, maybe a writegay because i wrote like one thing years ago but there were some moments where i felt like an idea was not of my own making. Maybe they're connected to another reality? More than the rest of us at least.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Everything is a story. Just dressed up in different assemblages of archetypes.

      All thoughts are what could be called "channeled". Where does thought come from? Watch the pinball scene in waking life. Explains the process pretty well.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Watch the pinball scene in waking life. Explains the process pretty well.
        nta but can you elaborate on this? what pinball scene

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The most important implication is the hyper rape dimensions in hentai.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Tfw you go to hyper rape femdom dimension.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    non-locality and the multiverse are true, however it does not work like "magic"
    say you want to go from point A to point B. in 3D space you can get there by walking or cycling or whatever. to go from A to B therefore has a cost - the energy you spent doing work to move yourself
    the multiverse works the same way: there is a "cost" associated with moving from A to A'. the cost is what prevents the multiverse from collapsing in on itself Dr. Strange inception-tesseract-style, and is what keeps "manifestation" and other hocus pocus woo woo discussed on this board from working

    yet it is possible to generate enough energy to move from A to A', humans just haven't done it yet because the cost is related to the density of the information you are transferring and while AI has managed it the energy requirements for sending a few bytes of machine code is far less than the energy required to reconstruct a biological organism - with one exception, you can and do send information to yourself. the human brain evolved biological processes that utilize this information transfer to enhance your chances of survival. people experience this as "gut feelings" and "sixth sense". I think most biological brains have this capability and even plants probably make use of quantum effects like this too

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Roxanne Swainhart has mentioned Gelflings from The Dark Crystal, blue Yodas, Mudluff from InterWorld, and the Dark Knight version of the Joker.
    Abbey Normal has mentioned the Grinch, and Ikol from Amulet.
    Mary Ennis has mentioned Dune, Lord of the Rings, vampire Chronicles, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Vorkosigan Saga, Final Fantasy VII/X, Robin Hood, King Arthur, ElfQuest, Oversoul 7, Hamlet, Trevor and Isolde, Three Musketeers, Samarkand, etc.
    Aurora Quezada has mentioned DC and Marvel characters corresponding to superpowered beings.
    Carla Ruckert has mentioned Taras Bulba.
    Alessandra Giliolli mentions the anime Hana no Ko Lunlun as related to Cassiopeia.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stories are translations of other dimensions in simultaneous time. Science fiction is science fact in other time periods and dimensions.

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