We looked inside some of the tweets by @straczynski and here's what we found interesting.
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@straczynski I just finished "13 By Corwin." It's a crime against the English language he's not better known. Clinching drama, robust prose, and sly punning ... all mentally delicious. https://t.co/HcOAGDPniT
I agree...utterly brilliant prose. The man could do things with words I still haven't figured out. https://t.co/4OHLq9W6XS
@straczynski This bit I did look into at some point. Part of the issue with it is that if there are higher dimensions than the fourth, why don't we see stuff (other than maybe gravity) moving through it? Or from our 3D perspective, stuff just randomly appearing and disappearing as it...
Who's to say we don't? Black holes, dark matter, energy pulses that seem to come out of nowhere then disappear again...lots of unexplained stuff rolling around the universe. https://t.co/0j2vMvpRj8
@straczynski Essentially the two are the same. Superposition: something has two states until observed, and then one remains. Many worlds: superposition never actually happens, but there will be a separate (isolated) universe for each state; observing merely reveals which of the two we are in.
Right, so the question becomes, where are those universes in a finite reality? The fractal paradigm would seem to address that if we bring in a fourth dimensional perspective. https://t.co/moF1rywRNA
@straczynski Do you have any thoughts on why the (alt-)right thinks anything anti-trump is "fascist" instead of his very own evasion, suppression and invention of the truth? ex. "spy protestor," "C19 hoax," Fake News" It's super frustrating, let alone destructive. Thanks.
Because they don't know the meaning of the word, they know only the "feel" of the word. https://t.co/FVKK2qlTTz
From a fourth dimensional point of view, our universe might look nothing like what we see, as the line isn’t the ball. If so, might that universe look more like fractals? As seen in this video https://t.co/CVsOxwDdt4 you start with a finite “universe”
This is best explained at length in the following video: https://t.co/jhLwdhTsD1 The problem with the multiple universes/many worlds theory, which the individual in the linked video brings up at length, is that if new universes are constantly being created, then where are they?