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Chapter 14: The Limits of Many Worlds
(translation by Nicolas & MauroKing)
The Limits of the Many Worlds

However incalculably large the multiverse, it has limits. It cannot grow infinitely large.

The number of the many worlds can grow higher than any imaginable number. But scientists believe that there is a limit as to how many worlds reality can support simultaneously. This is the “upper limit” of reality and nobody knows precisely what would occur if that upper limit is passed.

The most often accepted theory is that passing the maximum limit of reality would bring about a type of elastic reaction in the opposite direction, maybe perhaps thus dropping everybody from the billions of worlds into a single world, where reality would start again from the beginning.

A new birth of the multiverse.

For 99.9 x 10^8 percent of the beings across the many worlds, this would be a somewhat tragic event. Luckily, reality has a natural mechanism for decreasing the number of simultaneous worlds.

The majority of trifling decisions eventually lead to the same result. Whether a leaf falls to the earth or not, or a fish swims up or down, or a proton rotates to the left or to the right - these trifling differences have precisely the same result. As a result, there is no need that the multiverse represent both possible results. Reality can reunite the multiple branches which it created in order to show multiple results into a single branch.

Reality therefore constantly decreases the number of simultaneous worlds, even though at the same time it constantly creates new ones.

This is a carefully balanced act, and it does not always seem to succeed. In fact, human civilizations across the multiverse apparently put the multiverse at risk due to reaching the upper limit.

Human history, according to scientists, brought about an extremely rapid increase in the number of worlds. Our constant exercising of free will creates an unusually large number of worlds whose results never return to a single branch.

When results are not successful in synchronising, an alternative – and from a human perspective, less desirable – natural synchronising method could occur, the Quick Continental Change. This seems to be a method which is unable to have frequent elastic reactions. Apparently Mother Nature does not like to re-start matters. That gives us a small advantage. Quick Continental Changes are preferable to the destruction of the entire multiverse, but cataclysmic spontaneous changes to the continental structure of the Earth are still very undesirable events for human beings.

What pan-cosmologists observe are consistencies to the incalculable number of decisions made across each world in each moment. Each difference which we create in our lives moves the remainder of the worlds closer to that dangerous upper limit.

This, understandably, is why so many worlds take part in co-ordinating and synchronising rites – such as the labyrinth and the Multiverse Olympiad.

Proof of Recovery: MA87/4NE2/GHQ5/Y382/MEG8

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