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Top 10 Unsettling Historical Evidence for Parallel Universes That We Can't Ignore

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By Durga PrasadPublished 4 months ago 9 min read

We really don't understand everything in the universe that means there can be so many possibilities hello everyone and welcome to our channel. I'm your host, and today we're running through our list of the ten biggest amazing signs of parallelism in the universe throughout history that we can't deny, so get ready to have an existential crisis, I'm sure.

Number 10.

The dream theory holds that we visit other realities while we sleep. Dreams have always been a confusing topic for scientists and theorists because we've never had a guaranteed right answer about what exactly dreams are or why we get them. The bigger theory about dreams is that when we dream, we actually get to see multiple parallel universes, and what happens in the dreams is that we get to know what other versions of us are doing in their respective universes. So yeah, unfortunately, you never went to school naked. Psychologists believe that during dreams, we transform information into a multidimensional design based on our consciousness. Some believe that dreams are a way for our other cells to reach us and communicate with us, and that's an interesting theory because you have to consider lucid dreaming and how some people have claimed that they now go to different dimensions in their dreams. own advanced technology from other universes that now allows humans to reach each other. I don't know about you, but I believe I've had dreams where I go about my day normally, and then the next day when I wake up, everything that happened in my dream is a different version of me in real life. trying to warn me of what's to come—who knows, but it's awkward.

Number 9.

Some individuals now believe that black holes are truly gateways to alternate realms. Stephen Hawking first proposed this series. Since black holes have been scientifically proven to have two openings, it is pretty plausible to assume that whatever is on the other end might just be a different reality. Either way, I think we should test it out and see if it really is, and guess what? I volunteer. Stephen Hawking believed that black holes are actually portals to another dimension or parallel universe, and nothing that gets sucked into a black hole is actually transported to the other dimension.

Number 8.

cosmic bruise In 2017, researchers from the University of Durham discovered a strange cold spot in our universe. This cold spot is sometimes called the "bruise," and the scientists who discovered it believe that it may have formed after our universe collided with another universe, causing an astronomical disaster. The controversial Laura Marcini Hooten claims that it may be a remnant of another universe other than ours. This is due to quantum entanglement between universes before they were separated by cosmetic inflation. Flora said that standard cosmology could not explain such a giant cosmic hole and suggested that the cold spot is an unmistakable trace of another universe beyond our own. If true, it would provide the first empirical evidence of a parallel universe. Although theoretical models of parallel universes existed before, it would also support the theory of strings. The team says that this theory has testable implications. If the parallel universe theory is true, there is a similar vacuum in the opposite hemisphere of the celestial sphere, which might be more surprising after some other cold spots were revealed. So if what these guys at Durham University claim is true, our universe has collided with nobody, but multiple universes, this is the biggest clue yet to the existence of multiple alternate realities or parallel universes.

Number 7.

Deja Vu no no Olivia Rodrigo's song, although it is a bop, is the real experience of deja vu. Déjà vu is French because you have already seen this phenomenon, which feels as if you experienced the current situation before. It is an illusion of memory, where, despite being strong, it is a feeling of memories, time, place, and previous experiences. Contacts are uncertain or impossible, and around two-thirds of the surveyed population report that they have experienced Deja Vu at least once in their lives. Now, I don't know about you, but I have experienced Deja Vu quite often, and it can be scary at times. There is no scientific explanation, but one theory is that Deja Vu happens when you do something in sync with your counterparts. In other dimensions, for example, a person gets Deja Vu while drinking coffee. For those in the alternate universe who get coffee at the same time, it's so cool and scary, and honestly, it makes a lot of sense to me.

Number 6.

Time travel can take us to parallel universes. Time travel is a hypothetical physical activity to travel to the future, but I believe it is real. That is who livesareere celebrities who  look exactly like their histories whose lives look exactly like their history. He takes Ann Hathaway's husband, Adam Schulman, These are not typst the tip. Everyone has heard of William Shakespeare, but what you probably don't know about the famous English playwright is that he had a wife. The scary part is that Adam looks just like Shakespeare; maybe he and his wife came back for unfinished business and gave more art to the world. Everyone on the internet believes that because people said they were together forever, lovers and history can repeat themselves. It's not good, and one fan claims that Shakespeare made a deal with his wife to return to earth as humans or that they were born into our universe as the wrong people.

Number 5.

The multiverse is a real thing, not just made for a purpose. The multiverse is a hypothetical collection of all universes together, and those universes are supposed to harm everything that exists. The whole is space-time matter and energy information, which are described by physical laws and constants. Different universes within the multiverse are called parallel universes. One common assumption is that the multiverse is a patchwork of separate universes all connected by the same laws of physics. The concept of multiple universes, or multiverses, has been discussed throughout history, originates from ancient Greek philosophy, has evolved over time, and is discussed in many countries in fields including cosmology, physics, and philosophy. Although some scientists have analyzed the data to look for evidence of other universes, no statistically significant evidence has ever been found. This does not mean that they do not exist. The anthropic principle suggests that the existence of many universes, each of which has different physical laws, can explain the fine-tuning of our own universe for conscious life.

Number 4.

The Mandela Effect is an observed phenomenon in which a large part of the population misremembers an important event or shares a memory of an event that did not actually happen. Paranormal investigator Fiona Broome coined the term to describe a collective false memory she discovered. It was an event at the conference that caused an uproar on the Internet, with people discussing their experiences. Specific examples include the quote from the Snow White fairy tale, which most people believe is the mirror on the wall, but in fact, the Star Wars films face similar circumstances with the quote. Luke I am your father rings true even though I am not your father, and many people have collective false memories of men. How is the name of the series of Bears books spelled? Most people remember the letter e when the name of Berenstein's bears is used. from the correct a in the last part of the name, but it was an E. I also swear that many people believe that the name of the popular hot-dog brand Oscar Meyer is spelled Oscar Meyer, using the letter e in the last part of the name instead of the correct a. People who remember things badly say that we were in another universe and then somehow transferred to this one. I don't know, but the almond effect is very real and scary.

Number 3.

Failures in the matrix: some believe that we live in a simulation run by other people in another universe in a parallel universe. These failures are events that seem to be comparable to errors in a computer program or the effect of their execution. There are people who disappear and sometimes reappear, as seen by different witnesses in different places at the same time or in places where they should be. AKA, people often disappear a significant number of times, often after multiple searches, then reappear and claim they never left. The point changes every day in familiar objects, and time slips and freezes when people interact in different time periods or where they observe every movement and sound stop in a relatively short or larger area; some disturbances even remain in the camera. Now that the idea is that we are only test subjects and they check everything, it scares me, and if you are listening, I would be happy if you could add a million dollars to my bank account.

Number 2.

True Experiences There are true stories of people who seem to change the universe. A netizen talked about this story. It's been about a week, and I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that I could have died in another timeline and just jumped into this background. I was driving down PCH along the very long highway along the coast of California at exactly 27:00, and I know this because I called my mom to tell her I was going to stop to watch the sunset. While I was watching the sunset, I heard a car horn honking, turned around, and saw an approaching car next to me and the car, and then suddenly I was sitting on the ground, very confused. I have a headache, but they didn't catch me, my car didn't work, and I'm still breathing clearly from the impact. I go back to bed and look at my phone to call my mom because it's crazy, and I realize it's 8:13. I checked my phone to see if I had actually called him, but there was no history. I shake my nerves and decide to hurry home, thinking that maybe it foreshadowed an event that I didn't want to relive while at home. My mom asked why I called her and hung up. I asked what time he said 8 15:00 still no story from me  on the phone on the phone I'm crazy or just jumping timelines, and guess who? There are thousands of stories like that. It's not a coincidence; it can't be.

Number 1.

We created our own universe. You heard that in 2013, researchers from the University of Maryland, College Park, and Townsend University announced that they had created multiple universes in a laboratory called the Multiverse. that when light passes through it, multiple universes form within it. These minikowski spacetimes are similar to ours, except that they mesh better with Einstein's special relativity, including time as a fourth dimension. Although this is quite extraordinary, the experimental arrangement is actually quite simple. Although quite unusual, the Multiverse was created inside a flask and a solution of kerosene, so we made our own universe, which proves the existence of parallel universes and is on our list of the 10 most confusing signs of parallel universes in history. Don't deny it. Do you believe in parallel universes and have weird experiences with them? Let us know in the comments below, and hey, why don't you like and subscribe?

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Durga Prasad

My "spare" time is spent creating for myself and writing for others.

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