Originally Posted by u-dog
Here is another question: If, as some physicists theorize, we live not in a Uni-verse but in a Multi-verse made up of an infinite number of universes all sort of nested in on themselves in some unimaginable way, will I, when I get to heaven, encounter all the infinite versions of myself? Will we all be somehow integrated into a single entity that reflects our infinitely divergent experiences? Or will we go to our individual uni-heaven which is actually part of a multi-heaven?
The CERN Large Hadron Collider in Europe is conducting experiments to see if proton beams will collide and send particles into other dimensions. According to their website:
"Prof. Etzion will be watching closely to see what happens to proton beams colliding at super speeds. While invisible particles are expected to leave a trace like a watermark after they collide, he believes that some particles will escape detection, possibly traveling to other dimensions."
The website also says: “...we’re expecting to explore the basic forces that hold the world together."
There's that whole "force" idea again. Could there actually be a "force" that holds the world together? It will be interesting to see what they find.
As far as multi-heavens.....I don't know.