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We used to think of ourselves in a single universe. Since then things have
changed drastically. The multi-universe or multiverse theory has jumped off
the chalkboards of theorists and landed on our televisions in the guise of
things like Rick & Morty. We have expanded our own ideas and have come to
at least believe in the potential of there being multiple dimensions,
universes and realities. So what is an omniverse? To me it is a branch of the
theory of the multiverse , in which there are multiple realities out there floating
along like bubbles and each one carrying a unique instance of everything.
As we move along in our bubble, we create new ones as we interact with
people as well as objects and situations. Each time we collide we make
something new. Each new object goes on to make yet more new objects,
however there is an inherent linkage that is also created. Some call it quantum
entanglement, some call it fate and others call it reality. What we know is that
once we connect we have made something new, and all those new objects
connect to us, creating an omniverse - a subset of our universe inside of a
giant collection of universes that make up everything as we know it.
So for a moment let’s just look around the local neighborhood. Let’s take a
moment to explore an omniverse inside of a universe inside an infinite
chain of possibilities and see what is outside of our front door.
A cold winter night in Denver Colorado at a dirt floor warehouse punk rock show where bodies collide in the pit and worlds collide in space.
A car full of Goths on their way to New Orleans caught in a hurricane learn about a local legend, strangers come friends and a little about themselves.
It's one thing to dream about leaving your life behind and starting over again, it's another to do it. Manhattan takes in two new lives woven into one.
A cold and drafty winter rent house in Vermont plays host to a cast of characters surrounding an accidental physics experiment inside of a blanket fort.
Just off 42 st in Manhattan is a bar where you learn that noting is real, and you go next door to prove that everything is real.