Other: Religion: Deity or Prophet
Everything is Upsidedown and Backwards   (-4)  [vote for, against]
a new game

The world turns around each one of us each time we turn around. Its not the other way around.

This is a math game.

You have a bat and a ball and you play with yourself.

The bat/mit is a parabolic wing and the ball is a perfect sphere.

You juggle the sphere into new universes.

You can also make the bat/mit out of foam by taking a curved surface and rolling it into itself across the middle into a circle and letting the ends of the surface form the arm hold and structure of the wing/bat/mit.

And you can make the ball out of a weight surrounded by an adaptive spring so that the ball stores energy and momentum.

But everybody wants one.

set of bat and balls

its a gentle negative penis for men to come to terms with their femininity and perhaps gain access to at least the trans star beach resort economy that will develop along the Queensland coast when I ascend into the atmosphere to regulate the weather with all the women in the world in a giant orgy.

They will play it in space for ever.
-- JesusHChrist, Nov 29 2016

Do I get a cookie for guessing the author just a little into reading the idea?
-- Voice, Nov 30 2016

I think it might be time to apply a filter.

I tried flipping the screen over and reading it from the bottom up, but it didn't get any better.
-- RayfordSteele, Nov 30 2016

I am reading a SF novel (Spaceland) in which the 3d protagonist steals money from a safe deposit box, accessing it via his ability to come at it from the 4th dimension. On his return he finds that all the money is backwards, written in mirror writing. He is also the mirror image of himself, having inadvertently inverted his orientation. He must go back thru the 4th dimension and flip himself right.
-- bungston, Nov 30 2016

[bungston] see also "The Boy Who Reversed Himself" by William Sleator, and "There And Back Again" by Pat Murphy, for similar multi-dimensional (the first is about 4D; the second, wormholes) flippery.
-- neutrinos_shadow, Nov 30 2016

But what if dark matter is evidence of a multiverse and is not being looked at as such?

just askin
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Dec 06 2016

I'm pretty sure we don't all revolve around trump.
If I don't miss my bet he was set in place to be impeached pretty soon now leaving his party autonomously free from that there particular puppet du jour.

I was kind of serious about the dark matter comment.
If time is cyclic and universes overlap then gravity from one might affect another since space would overlap but time would remain the same.

Extra dimensions are not a multiverse.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Dec 06 2016

// I hear what you are saying but I don't understand it.//

Just a pet theory.
If the matter and energy drawn into a singularity exceed the speed of light once past the Schwarzchild radius, then this matter/energy travels backwards in time. Left unchecked it re-accumulates at the dawn of time until critical mass is attained and the big bang begins anew minus whatever Hawking radiation is still bouncing around the nearly empty previous universe.

Since time and space are one and the same, each... iteration would physically overlap all prior realities but be separated only by time.

In other words the effects of gravity from universes closest in time to our own would be appear to affect this one without apparent cause.

It is the only explanation I could think of which might scientifically explain deja vu and premonitions. We feel as though we've been here before because we have quite literally been here before.
If each iteration differs slightly from the previous one due to entropy then perhaps only a single moment of time has changed from one to the next.
It would explain both creationism and causality as all possible realities exist simultaneously since time and space are the same.

just a hunch
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Dec 06 2016

I think there's a singularity in every cell in your body and you can get in touch with it by totally relaxing and letting your entire nervous system become part of the vortex.
-- JesusHChrist, Dec 06 2016

2 fries, I'm pretty certain your hunch makes nearly as much sense as this idea. But not entirely.
-- RayfordSteele, Dec 06 2016

If a dwarf in a tutu marched through my basement wall leading three unicorns, and each unicorn were dancing the mamba, and they were followed by fifteen and a half honey badgers complaining about the quality of salt in Hampshire in broken Japanese, and it was all overshadowed by the distinctive smell of taco sauce that would make more sense than this idea.
-- Voice, Dec 06 2016

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