Worldlines and My New Understanding.
I got dragged into reading about John Titor and then Mad Man Marcum (Normal-ish time travel). So after a day and a half of reading and videos I have decided I believe in the idea of Multi Worlds...
Looking into these guys brought me to some weird sites and sub reddits. From sites like paranormalis.com and Johntitor.com I have gathered that there is more then likely a world like ours with divergent's. But that doesn't mean some worlds aren't completely different. There could be worlds with no Humans at all. That is the exciting thing about this. All possibilities could exist all at once.
Lets talk about "devergent's"
These divergent's could be as small as 0.00001 percent or infinity higher. The lower the divergent the closer it is to our worldline. Something like Y2k happening could be our difference and even though its probably only a 1% difference that would change everything in the future and the further you go the bigger the change appears to be.
So say in another worldline the trade towers didn't go down so we didn't go to war many lives where left untouched. But that also means many more people in our country and less money spent on war which would change the outcome of our future to such an unimaginable unknown. We could end up over populating or maybe one of the lives spared comes up with a great invention that then changes humanity forever.
The thing is we would never know, because the "we" that is reading this didn't get to see that outcome. So it will always be an unknown outcome.
That unknown outcome exists in another world in theory though. So let's say that world and many others exist but they are untouchable by our world(as of right now). So if we could rip through the wall that holds us in even for a slight second we could see into that world. This is where the idea of a KERR black hole comes into play. The idea is that this hole could send us to any of these divergent universes.
KERR and CERN
Kerr black hole is an uncharged black hole that rotates about a central axis. It is named after the New Zealand mathematician Roy Kerr who, in 1963, became the first person to solve the field equations of Einstein's general theory of relativity for a situation of this kind.
So this my beliefs after only a short time reading about these ideas and theory's. There is other worlds all around us like a paper fan's sides folded up, they exist but never touch... Yet..