The Many Worlds of the Quantum Multiverse

Here’s where all this falls down:

Think about the double slit experiment, where they fired a photon (particle of light) from a sufficient distance and that light particle appeared to transit thru both slits simultaneously.

Now think about shining a torch from a distance at the same 2 slits. From the back of the slit board you would see 2 beams of light shining through.

Because light does not travel in one specific direction. It is omni-directional. No matter what size it is.

So it will traverse through both slits.
It’s not quantum science, it’s logic.


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