The Multiverse - An Unsolved Fact of Quantum Physics

The fact is that multiverses are possible in quantum physics.

This statement itself is based on the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Physics by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg.

Which states that an observation can constrain the wave function and force a quantum choice.

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It is this claim that generates the understanding of many realities. Proponents of the multiverse theory claim that there is no other alternative.

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When reality is measured, it is divided into two copies, one of which produces A and the other produces B.

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So far in quantum particle theory, there is only one reality, which is incredibly complex and consists of many entangled layers.

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When reality is cut off the many layers of reality split into a multiple.

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Physicists refer to this phenomenon as decoherence.

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