The Many-Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics posits that all possible realities exist. That everything which has a probability of happening is happening. Everything that might have occurred in our past did occur, only in another universe. What if that’s true? What if we live in a fifth-dimensional probability space?
This is the most concise explanation of quantum theory (as it applies to humanity) as you’ll find. When I learned about the Many-Worlds interpretation of quantum physics, I knew I had to write about it, and this theory started me down the path of planning the novel that would become Dark Matter.
Does anyone have a book recommendation that goes into depth explaining Many-Worlds?
And that is why I began reading this book. I wanted a novel that explores a multiverse in a plausible way. This book is right up my alley! More like this, more!
This reminded me of The Library of Babel by Borges.