Is There a Hidden Microscopic Universe?

Can you get your mind around THIS?

Quantum physics and some of the latest discoveries may shed light on this question. We measure things with the doppler effect, light years and powerful telescopes. What about an infinitely small universe?? We are able to study protons and neutrons, electrons and now even quarks. What if there was also a universe that we couldn’t detect even though we think we’re studying the smallest particles. This video examines this notion and is extremely interesting.¬† What if there were an infinitely small universe(s)

Some of us may have even heard of the double slit experiment where a photon of light behaves differently when observing it.  This would indicate that in general there is more than meets the eye.

Let’s watch what may blow your mind in the video on page 2

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14 Comments

  1. Michael H. Dunnell said:

    as above so below. this isan old question touching on old stiff minds. partcle wave flow is disrupted by your means of observation not by your observation. get some air.

  2. Mike Guay said:

    We live in a microscopic universe, when compared to the hyperverse.
    We are the “Who’s” which Horton heard.

  3. Calv Vlakis said:

    I’d be willing to bet that there are infinite microscopic universes. And that our universe is also a microscopic universe in a larger multiverse, and so on.

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