And boy is it fun.
You’ve got to check out this video. Yeah, it’s funny – and pointed as well. You multiverse fans may not want to watch. If you have decided that a multiverse makes more sense than a designed universe, chances are, you will rethink after you see it. Here‘s the link where I found this (and there’s more)
And you also may not want to read “Now, remind me again why we need this multiverse theory in the first place.”
Interesting. I originally watched Rob’s video a couple of years ago and have since used the ideas it presents to talk about God’s Perfect Will versus Human Free Will.
Maybe it’s because my mind is too simple to properly process the information, but after watching Rob’s video I never arrived at the conclusion that the tenth dimension requires the complete execution of all possible events. The way I look at it, the fifth dimension, for instance, contains every possible future outcome for me at any given point in time. For example, exactly ten minutes from now I may find myself in the kitchen cooking some eggs OR in the bathroom washing my hands OR taking a swig of water in the garage (it depends on the decisions I make based on the variables that present themselves over the next 9m 59.999999s). The fifth dimension would contain each of these outcomes as possibilities, but only one will actually become reality.
At any rate, based on my interpretation of the “Imagining the Tenth Dimension” video, all possible outcomes have already been defined. Since nothing happens unless it is in accordance with God’s Perfect Will, the way I see it Rob’s multiverse model in essence illustrates that God’s Perfect Will exists in the form of all possible outcomes… and, furthermore, that we have the free will to act in whatever manner we wish within the constraints of His will.
Now, this would clearly mean that our will isn’t perfectly free. But it would appear perfectly free to us (as dimensionally simple beings… then again, it shouldn’t matter because no one ever said that our will was supposed to be perfect in any way). Am I off my rocker?