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- Jul 25, 2012
Yep, M-theory was incomplete. If there is a multiverse, it's because their could be other universes at other constants like carrier frequencies on a radio as an analogy. Our universe is at a constant of existence that is planar. The membrane itself is not at the bubble at the edge of the universe spatially; the membrane is nonlocal, and it's curvature by time is what constitutes space. Hence the whole Field thing. That nonlocality confuses people, and it complexes me at the moment. Can't figure out the specifics without something to help you.As far as I’m aware, QT and QFT are the most accurate predictive models ever created and prove themselvs to be to a higher degree each time they’re tested.
SR doesn’t share a common denominator with QFT, GR does in Einstein’s field equations and M-theory, even by the admission of its creator is at most in its infancy and loaded to the tits with holes. Most observable evidence does not support, theoretically or observationally that particular multiverse structure. Based on dark flow measurements, it would seem a bubble multiverse or a multiverse based on an infinite or cyclical model ala roger penrose is more likely.
Ed Whitten, admittedly attests to his model being wildly incomplete. While it may be on the right track, it makes unmeasurable assumptions.
Yep, common physics is a mess of mostly incommunicable theories, and it took a new philosophy of science to unify them.