“Cogito Ergo Sum”–René Descartes
“What if god is our dream, and we’re his?”–Christian Bale as Jamie Graham in Empire of the Sun
I conjecture: In a Many Worlds quantum multiverse, each individual consciousness represents a distinctly different universe.
I once overheard a friend explaining the multitude of religious beliefs to her young daughter in following manner.
She said, “everyone believes something different, and everyone is right!”
Really? This seems to be the ultimate illogical statement in the illogical realm of religious beliefs. If everybody believes something different, it seems to me infinitely more likely that everyone is wrong. I won’t get into the implications for religious beliefs in this conjecture, mainly because I don’t care. Suffice to say that stretched to an outre extreme, this conjecture does suggest a manner in which everyone could be right. It’s always fascinated me how different individuals could be so certain of world views…
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