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    • #132830
      Anonymous
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      Give it to me straight, is an alternate reality where fictional characters exist and live together plausible?

    • #132831
      Anonymous
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      Unlimited universes and dimensions exist so it’s plausible. I bet the stacks of universes are shaped like this

      • #132832
        Anonymous
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        Extremely densly packed and constantly expanding but a closed loop that probably inverts at some point

        • #132835
          Anonymous
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          Or maybe it’s layers like a gobstopper that all look like that and expand like stretched taffy.

      • #132847
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >somewhere, my coomer fantasies are reality.
        Oh fuck

      • #132851
        Anonymous
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        Each Universe is a ball.
        Each ball is a distance away from all the others.
        There are multiple dimensions right there in each ball.

      • #132873
        Anonymous
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        my headcanon is that if traveling to other "realities" is possible, on purpose or otherwise, then its far far far easier to travel to one where things are only slightly different which might account for fun mandela effect type things.
        And for a reality that is drastically different it would require far far more effort.
        For example, if quantum immortality is a thing, you get hit by a bus tomorrow and are -sent- to a reality in which the bus didnt hit you and little else is changed except small things. Or at least you’d go to that particular reality way way way before you got to the one that is real life masters of the universe or thundercats or voltron.

        however should be obvious but this is without any sort of actual knowledge.

      • #132876
        Anonymous
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        Unlimited universes is taken a bit too literally. For it to be truly infinite would require it to accommodate self-erasure, but we are all still here. For instance, if there were unlimited possibilities across infinite universes, there would have to be at least one where a machine was created that could destroy all other universes. There would also have to exist a possible universe where a multiverse didn’t exist at all.

        There have to be rules in place for the multiverse theory to exist without catastrophic results. Any deviations could still have far reaching results, but not, for instance, break the laws of physics by digesting the literary work of one universe and manifesting it in the reality of another. I feel it’s safe to say Garfield getting buttbonked by the entire cast of Friends probably doesn’t fit within that rule set.

        • #132877
          Anonymous
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          Your proposed ruleset is genocidal.

          • #132879
            Anonymous
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            Whatever the fuck that means

            And it’s not my rule set. It’s the universe’s rule set. The universe didn’t make anyone commit genocide, though. We did that on our own

        • #132881
          Anonymous
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          >there would have to be at least one where a machine was created that could destroy all other universes
          only if the probability of that scenario is non 0
          if the possibility of destroying the multiverse entirety of the multiverse is absolute 0 your that logic would not be applicable

          • #132882
            Anonymous
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            You literally just described a rule set

            • #132883
              Anonymous
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              Your ruleset is genocidal.

        • #132885
          Anonymous
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          >For instance, if there were unlimited possibilities across infinite universes, there would have to be at least one where a machine was created that could destroy all other universes.
          It’s fractal. For every parallel multiverse with a “multiverse destroyer machine” there’s a greater multiverse permutation that is and isn’t destroyed. This then occurs in infinite scaled upward fractals as well. Technically this infinite scale of fractals occurs for every possible position for every smallest subatomic unit of matter or energy.

          • #132886
            Anonymous
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            Not sustainable, even in theory. Sorry.

            • #132889
              Anonymous
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              No, it’s one of those immovable force things. In one universe, a machine destroys every other universe. In other universes, it doesn’t. Universes can’t interact; being a self-contained island reality is what makes it a universe.

              I didn’t actually read any of the rest of these posts, so if that’s already been discussed or isn’t relevant, well, there you go.

              • #132890
                Anonymous
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                It’s irrelevant because it’s wrong. You ignored the part you were wrong about, and now you’re bitching why, exactly?

                • #132891
                  Anonymous
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                  I never said I was that guy. Calm your neovagina. You can’t destroy one universe from another because then they’re not two universes any more than America and Canada are two universes. Your doomsday scenario only works if universes aren’t universes. But the people in that universe could genuinely believe that the machine destroyed the other resources. It could be factually true within that universe: if, from that universe, you searched for other universes, you wouldn’t find any. But in the other universes things are just fine because, in that universe, it wasn’t destroyed by a machine. Multiple universes means that multiple sets of contradictory facts can be true simultaneously.

                  • #132892
                    Anonymous
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                    I see. Next time say your full argument or I’ll kill every version of you in all universes you’d otherwise survive in.

                    What that does is suggest that the edge of a given destroyer-universe isn’t actually a phenomenological barrier. Universes that don’t destroy other universes can still see them, and destruction is purely a blindness inducing phenomena. Since your logic requires top-down selection for us to distinguish between any two worlds, it’s not actually a public space, but a prison. Moral depravity from such scales would be antithetical to your everything.

                    • #132893
                      Anonymous
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                      That’s cool and all but universes aren’t moral entities. They’re just places and series of events. Stuff happens. Different things happen in different places. Some places more good things happen than bad. Other places more bad happens than good. I don’t care what kind of selection you have to do to tell universes apart because you can’t detect other universes. Nothing can leave or enter a universe, so no information can pass between them to let you know they’re there. Unless you’re an omniscient being, but then you wouldn’t be on LULZ.

                      • #132894
                        Anonymous
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                        No, that’s the one place anyone would be most likely to believe me. Your logic is flawed in ways you can’t define.

    • #132833
      Anonymous
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      math says yes
      common reason says no

      mathematically, every possible configuration of every possible imagined world exists
      makes me wonder about the chaotic world depicted in memes

      • #132838
        Anonymous
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        >mathematically, every possible configuration of every possible imagined world exists
        I don’t see that at all. Can you explain more?

        • #132839
          Mr. Glasses
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          I think in axiomatic models, you can introduce extensible topologies in sets that are injective and still able to be rigorous.

          • #132849
            Anonymous
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            y-you too

      • #132864
        Anonymous
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        Memes define the variations in the worlds. Memes are more powerful than just internet jokes, memes are the most important tool to reach the masses and will revolutionize human life as we know it as we learn to use them throughout this century.

        • #132866
          Anonymous
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          Indirect crowdsourcing is still failure to develop upload level tech.

          • #132867
            Anonymous
            Guest

            What does this meme?

    • #132834
      Anonymous
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      Any god that would allow such a dimension to exist is not worthy of worship & is ultimately evil.

      • #132836
        Anonymous
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        Yeah but just merge with your soul from the good dimension then it will guide you out of hell.

        • #132840
          Anonymous
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          Bold of you to assume I haven’t sold my soul yet.

      • #132846
        Anonymous
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        Is that why Cwc considers himself a CPU godess ?

        • #132860
          Anonymous
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          if you kept up with the current events, you’d have known that now he believes himself to be Christ reincarnated

          • #132861
            Anonymous
            Guest

            To be fair we don’t know if Chris doesn’t think he’s both yet, he hasn’t confirmed, but he still seems to have included the Neptunia shit on the cross he drew on the letter to Null.

      • #132880
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No god is worthy of worship because the expectation of worship is narcissistic. Narcissism is a human trait. The divine are supposed to transcend human trivialities, meanwhile we’re supposed to believe they’re up there throwing their controllers at the TV because people aren’t going to church or two guys got married

    • #132837
      Anonymous
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      Go home, Heinlein, you’re drunk.

    • #132841
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The true scientific answer: yes but only if you can figure out what natural brain input looks like and simulate it with a computer apparatus. Which is beyond current studies capabilities.

    • #132842
      Anonymous
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      If there’s infinite universes then there would literally be a sonic and mario mpreg crossover dimension

      • #132843
        Anonymous
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      • #132869
        Anonymous
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        Not necessarily. There are infinite numbers between 0 and 1, none of them is 38. There are infinite even numbers, but none of them are odd. An infinite set need not contain everything… an infinite number if them do not.

        • #132874
          Anonymous
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          There’s a hole-shaped virtual number around 1/38 that’s basically a perfect clone of Maria. The programming is eerily similar.

      • #132871
        Anonymous
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        Actually wouldn’t there be many, many Sonic and Mario Mpreg crossover dimensions that are all very slightly different from the next?

    • #132844
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Three days of darkness during which reality will dimensionally merge with the fifth parralel and our thoughts will create reality forever on, as a formless and physically evolved advanced species should.

    • #132845
      Anonymous
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      Ok, I’ll give it to you straight:
      No.

    • #132848
      Scalar depravity
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      There is no logic whatsoever to argue it wouldn’t.

    • #132850
      Anonymous
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      >Give it to me straight, is an alternate reality where fictional characters exist and live together plausible?
      That is where you are now!
      Over 2 billion "people" on Earth aren’t real.
      They are generated with technology by the illuminati– NPC’s in real life (except that this life isn’t really real).
      They are right here, when you are here, and when there is no real person around the NPC just ceases to exist, but when a real person is around, the NPC is generated again.
      A lot of the worst examples of "people" don’t exist. They are like a computer program on a Star Trek holodeck.

      • #132878
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You’re an npc

    • #132852
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’m a /co/ schizo, so i say yes.
      btw i also believe sonichu is an egregore that chose chris as his communicator to the physical realm. lucky chris. sonichu picked him!
      there are other people like that. they’re rare, but i bet their cases are the same.
      also i believe the astral plane is kinda petty and down to earth and on the same level as any bum doing something autistic. cuz it’s full of sonichus and mary sues and tropes and staples and yeah.

      • #132863
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am just now noticing the Korra mirror…… Terrifying

    • #132853
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I guess this is a good enough thread to ask about this. How legit are the "Reality Shifting" meditations the Twitter zoomers are into? Is it just lucid dreaming?

      • #132854
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Does the medium of expression act as contrary to the intended manifestation?

        • #132855
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I don’t know, I was hoping discussion about it might answer that.

          • #132857
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Would I be asking if it weren’t an issue?

            • #132859
              Anonymous
              Guest

              So it’s not just lucid dreaming, and if the intention of shifting to a different reality is in place, then that is what’s happening?

              • #132862
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Would you be asking if it were already happening?

    • #132856
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There is something like a hyperdimensional supercomputer that can simulate the alternate reality of a fictional universe, but from what I saw the charactors were no more real than a media file on your computer, though I’d imagine if you put a lot into the hyperdimension then the creator would imbue more of itself into your creation as a means of interacting with your consciousness. So basically the charactors themselves would be meta narratives controlled by a hyperspace omniconsciousness.

    • #132858
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Oh boy…
      >Be fiction brought into reality
      >Be into pls kill me mode from the beginning
      >Get imbued with everything anybody ever added to that fiction
      >Start growing like a tumor into unspeakable horrors
      And now you know how lovecraftian gods get born

    • #132865
      Anonymous
      Guest

      no

    • #132868
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There exists a reality where I am Batman.

    • #132870
      Anonymous
      Guest

      As plausible as this reality and you existing in first place.

    • #132872
      Anonymous
      Guest

      given an infinite multiverse, all universes and scenarios with a probability different from 0 exist and there’s an infinite amount of then
      this also mean that you or your conscience for all purposes isekaing there is a inescapable certainty

    • #132875
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Technically yes. But depending on how convoluted your headcanon is, you won’t be able to find it.

      But you might be able to create it.

    • #132884
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes. Earth is a fictional place in billions of other worlds. You’re exactly as fictional as Harry Potter or Spiderman.

    • #132887
      Anonymous
      Guest

      both science (string theory) and philosophy (eternal return) agree that yes

    • #132888
      Anonymous
      Guest

      SEGA = SAGE

    • #132895
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Why do you think humans create fiction? Our "worship" of them allows them to exist and their demiurges can siphon power off of them, and thus off of us.

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