## Friday, December 7, 2012

### The World Ends in Two Weeks

The world ends in two weeks - in some part of Everett's Many Worlds multiverse. But will it be the part that you and I are observing? That's what my song The End of the World is all about. Enjoy!

A direct link to the above video can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Y9m34iJVY

Lestov16 said...

This is OT of your video, but I was wondering if you could answer a question for me.This is what I gleaned from your presentation:

An n-dimensional line is a phase space (sample space) of all possible states of a n-1 dimensional system, with each point on the n-dimensional line being a phase point representing a possible state of the n-1 dimensional system

n-dimensional line (and thus each phase point on N-D line) can be transversed in n+1 dimension

0-Dimension

1- Dimensional line: phase space of 0-d system (point).
1-d phase point-point

2 Dimensional plane: phase space of 1-d system (line)
2-d phase point- line

3 Dimensional event: phase space of 2-d system (plane)
3-d phase point-plane
event: position of all mass-energy and space in the universe in the span of one Planck Time

4-Dimensional World-Line: phase point of 3-d system (every event (planck time) from big bang to end of universe)
4D World Line: world/universe
4D phase point- event

5-Dimensional probability space: phase space of a 4-d system (every world that is causually connected to current one)
5D Probability Space: multiverse
5D phase space-world/universe

6-Dimensional possibility space: phase space of a 5-d system (every possible 5D multiverse/ Every possible world that could exist under the set physical laws of the current world produced by the set initial conditions (big bang))
6D Possibility Space: megaverse
6D phase point-multiverse

7-Dimensional Infinity space: phase space of a 6-d system (every possible 6D megaverse/every possible worlds that could exist under all possible physical laws that could have possibly been produced by the set initial conditions (big bang))
7D Infinity Space: achanoverse (from Greek "achanis" meaning vast or cosmic)
7D phase point: megaverse

8-Dimensional Eternity space: phase space of a 7-d system (every possible 7D achanoverse/ Every possible world that could possibly exist under all possible laws of physics of all possible initial conditions/All possible physical existence)
8D Eternity Space: omniverse
8D Phase point: achanoverse

9-Dimensional God space: phase space of an 8-d system (every possible omniverse/Every possible world that could possibly exist, even those which could not exist under any physical conditions whatsoever and could only exist as abstract concepts/all concievable information states)
9D God Space: pantoverse
9D phase point: omniverse

10-Dimensional Titan Space: phase space of a 9-D system (every possible pantoverse/ Every world, even those not concievably possible)
10D Titan Space: apscoverse ( from Latin "apsconsus" meaning unknown)
10D phase point: pantoverse

Is this correct, or did I make an error? And I know the apscoverse is not necessary, but I just wanted to toss it in just in case :)

Lestov16 said...

Is this correct:

An n-dimensional line is a phase space (sample space) of all possible states of a n-1 dimensional system, with each point on the n-dimensional line being a phase point representing a possible state of the n-1 dimensional system

An n-dimensional line (thus every phase point on it) can be transversed on the n+1 dimension

0-Dimensional point

1- Dimensional line: phase space of 0-d system (point).
1-d phase point-point

2 Dimensional plane: phase space of 1-d system (line)
2-d phase point- line

3 Dimensional event: phase space of 2-d system (plane)
3-d phase point-plane
event: position of all mass-energy and space in the universe in the span of one Planck Time

4-Dimensional World-Line: phase point of 3-d system (every event (planck time) from big bang to end of universe)
4D World Line: world/universe
4D phase point- event

5-Dimensional probability space: phase space of a 4-d system (every world that is causually connected to current one)
5D Probability Space: multiverse
5D phase space-world/universe

6-Dimensional possibility space: phase space of a 5-d system (every possible 5D multiverse/ Every possible world that could exist under the set physical laws of the current world produced by the set initial conditions (big bang))
6D Possibility Space: megaverse
6D phase point-multiverse

7-Dimensional Infinity space: phase space of a 6-d system (every possible 6D megaverse/every possible worlds that could exist under all possible physical laws that could have possibly been produced by the set initial conditions (big bang))
7D Infinity Space: achanoverse (from Greek "achanis" meaning vast or cosmic)
7D phase point: megaverse

8-Dimensional Eternity space: phase space of a 7-d system (every possible 7D achanoverse/ Every possible world that could possibly exist under all possible laws of physics of all possible initial conditions/All possible physical existence)
8D Eternity Space: omniverse
8D Phase point: achanoverse

9-Dimensional God space: phase space of an 8-d system (every possible omniverse/Every possible world that could possibly exist, even those which could not exist under any physical conditions whatsoever and could only exist as abstract concepts/all concievable information states)
9D God Space: pantoverse
9D phase point: omniverse

10-Dimensional Titan Space: phase space of a 9-D system (every possible pantoverse/ Every world, even those not concievably possible)
10D Titan Space: apscoverse ( from Latin "apsconsus" meaning unknown)
10D phase point: pantoverse

Rob Bryanton said...

I definitely think you're on to something here, and your imaginative labeling as we ascend to ever-more-inclusive phase spaces is really fun. The idea that we can perceive of a specific version of a dimension "n" as a unique phase space, and then condense that phase space to become a point in dimension "n+1" is really just another way of stating the point-line-plane postulate, of course, and that's the accepted methodology for visualizing any number of spatial dimensions, which is our goal here. Personally I think I'll still be sticking with calling the ninth dimension in its entirety the "omniverse", but I do like your term "phase point" as a way to convey each of these leaps to the next dimension "up", eventually getting us to where that 9D omniverse becomes a single unified whole, a 10D phase point, or an ultimate ensemble as Tegmark has labeled it.
Thanks for writing!
Rob http://imaginingthetenthdimension.blogspot.ca/2012/10/imagining-10-dimensions-movie.html

Qasim McCray said...

Thank you very much for responding. Am I correct on which each dimension encompasses?

Rob Bryanton said...

Hmm, are Qasim McCray and Lestov16 the same person then? I'm confused.

Yes, as I said in my previous message, there are differences between the labeling your list offers and the labeling I'm going to continue to use, but it appears you have the basic idea down very well.