@yasindermann said:

@caocao: So universal+. “OtHiNuS Lt LeVeL“

A 11-d universe with infinite possibilities? o.O

Is that even possible?

That woudln't necesarry implie that to aru is infinite-Dimensional, to be honest. Even in a infinite baseline multiverse their can be infinite possibilities. So this argument is a little bit false.

Hmkey, maybe i doesen´t understand dimensional tiering at all D:

@caocao: Yeah, maybe. I tried to understand sungsams dimensional tiering for months and now I can use it. Finaly. Like I said, infinite possibilities can exist in a infinitie baseline multiverse, because a baseline multiverse is infinite (But still way under a infinite-D cosmology) and because of that, infinite possibilities can exist in a parallel universes structure for example.

Infinite possibilities **USUALLY **equate to a baseline multiverse. Why? Because what are timelines? Realities/universes with different outcomes/possibilities. So infinite possibilities=infinite timelines=infinite universe=baseline multiverse.

The only time you can argue that possibilities can equate to higher dimensions is if we use String Theory, which gives layers of possibilities with each one increasing in complexity. For instance, 5-D in String Theory being alternate possibilities/timelines/parallel universes that (while different) are still similar in nature, while 6-D in String Theory has alternate possibilities/timelines/parallel universes that can be **VASTLY **different in nature, thus showing that 6-D possibilities are more complex than 5-D possibilities and so on and so forth.

The problem here is that you can argue that more complex infinities =/= larger infinities, and thus say that String Theory dimensions only make a baseline multiverse contain more complex infinities instead of claiming that each String Theory dimension works like higher spatial megaverse-like dimensions; **however I do not subscribe to this line of thinking, **as even if you say that adding more complex infinities =/= higher spatial megaverse-like dimensions, adding an infinity with more complexity than a previous infinity **should still equate to the more complex infinity being infinitely superior to the less complex one, and thus have the same effect as a megaverse style of dimensional tiering.**

There are more complicated subjects worth discussing pertaining to String Theory, but I'm too lazy to address them at the moment; but depending on interpretation, "infinite possibilities" could be referring to infinite 5-D possibilities, or infinitely more complex 10-D infinite possibilities. I'd have to see the context though myself to give my own opinion. **This is also assuming that Index even uses String Theory, **which I've heard that it does, meaning this is applicable.

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