We got one universe, but why can’t we have a second one? There are too many things we don’t know since we’re still too stupid!
For example, we don’t know what is really happening inside the black hole because we can’t go into the black hole to do an experiment. We can’t travel faster than light, meaning we can’t really go to the edges of the universe. Without knowing what is happening outside of our universe, we can’t really say we know enough to discard the idea of string theory!
Once in a while, there will be theory that blows our mind. For example, in this case we’re talking about string theory. I think we’re too foolish to close our minds from string theory.
Once upon a time, the ancient people discarded the idea that the atom is real, but now we all know that atom is very real. This example should give us pause to see why we should not be too quickly to discard the string theory.
Once in a while, fear not, because there will be an Einstein comes along who will work out the math/science to prove that a crap theory is a crap theory. So, if string theory is full of crap, such a person will prove it to be so, but if it’s the juicy stuff — we will know, right? Meanwhile, I think we should be more open mind since we don’t know enough, eh?
What I’d written above was meant as a comment for “Should we abandon the multiverse theory? | Sabine Hossenfelder, Roger Penrose, Michio Kaku” YouTube video, but somehow YouTube refused to post my comment. Anywho, I’m posting this on my blog instead. Check the video out right after the break.
So, to my understanding, the more qbits there are the faster quantum computer can be. For who doesn’t know, qbit is a Quantum Bit. Before the world was introduced to qbit, scientists like Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein were arguing about the realness of the Quantum Mechanics science since they weren’t sure why the fundamentals for the Quantum Mechanics are so different than the traditional Physics ones. I think Niels Bohr’s and Albert Einstein’s many heated debates gave way to the idea of Quantum Entanglement. Einstein was frustrated how could one quantum particle instantly know what the other quantum particle would do and behave accordingly as if the cause and effect would instantly occur regardless of the distance between the two quantum particles. Einstein said that this is like spooky action at a distance. Nowadays, we’re trying to harness this spooky action at a distance for forming our quantum computing foundation by using strings of qbits to program quantum software so we could use the software to calculate results that would be zillion times faster than the traditional supercomputers that use traditional microchips.
The importance of harnessing the power of Quantum Entanglement could not be described in a determinable amount at our present time since we would never know what this power could yield further technologies that would form our future tech environment. Nonetheless, we already see how powerful this power is as we are trying to harness it to build quantum computers. Thus, I think it’s important for us all to understand or even to make stupid suggestions on why and how could quantum entanglement occurs in the natural world where spooky action at a distance is possible.
I imagine spooky action at a distance is like God who is a programmer and he is using a godly software to draw two similar objects that are the cause and effect — these objects should spring into existence simultaneously whenever one quantum particle of the two related ones is being disturbed. This way, we could also imagine an artist (not using a computer with software) who is using a piece of paper to draw similar objects at the same time by using his left and right hands. For this instance, we could imagine the artist as the spooky connection between the two quantum particles. To further our fantasy, I think we could imagine the artist is not the artist, but the artist is a force that is outside of our universe — this force can and will manipulate all activities between quantum particles by the law of this force which can be observed by us through the consequences that the force had dictated. At this point, I think arguing that this is a force is making more sense since this force has its own limit in which it could only operate the spooky action at a distance whenever a correlated quantum particle is activated. Still, I think it’s important for me to imagine that this force is outside of our universe and cannot be contained within the universe that we’re currently occupied.
In summary, it’s easier for me to imagine that spooky action at a distance between two quantum particles could happen only when a force, an artist, or a God who/what resides outside of our universe — to be able to allow the chemistry between two correlated quantum particles to have the same cause and effect outcome. Of course, this what I suggest and imagine up and thinking of, and so I could imagine how wrong this idea could be. I don’t think there would even be a second person who could agree with me more about this idea. Anyhow, it’s an interesting idea I think!