Monoverse, Polyverse, Omniverse
In this day and age, physicists still don’t have sufficient proof of other universes, and they don’t even have the best ideas on how to gather evidence. Despite this, many people believe that our universe is little more than a speck of dust existing somewhere in an infinite “multiverse.” Sean Michael Carroll is a multiverse theorist who is known for being very convincing and impassioned. His faith in quantum physics, which he regards as our most accurate representation of the world, is the source of his optimism toward the multiverse.
A single instance of a multiverse would be referred to as a monoverse. A universe is a solitary concept. As a component of a multiverse, what you know is referred to as the “monoverse.” This also hints at the possibility of several polyverses existing inside the realm of what we call a universe.
To use such terminology for God, the deity worshipped by Christians and Muslims is comparable to an almighty God. In a religion that follows a polytheistic philosophy, a monoverse would function as a god. A multitheist is someone who has several perspectives, whether they be competing for monotheistic systems or numerous polytheistic systems. Since of this, it is impossible to deconstruct an almighty God because it is presumed to be one and the same as everything else. Both the beginning and the end.
It is pointless to attempt to count infinity since it does not exist, just as zero also does not exist. Things just seem to address some sense of those assumptions, such as “it appears to go to infinity” or there appears to be nothing there; however, we all know that this is not the same as actually being infinite or nothing, and because nothing is in itself something, the two cannot survive with one another as they only exist as forms of each other, which are the same thing and are only related by the idea, the approach, or the like-ness. Things just seem to address some sense of those assumptions, such as “it appears to go
Monoverse: An independent world in which both reality and time have a beginning and proceed in a linear fashion, and the values of all physical constants are the same everywhere in the cosmos. There is just one possible interpretation of the term “monoverse.”
Polyverse: A world in which time moves in a linear fashion but space may have irregularities, and in which certain sectors or areas have distinct physical constants of their own. The definition of a danger zone is space, which is where anything can happen at any given time: a comet can collide with a megaton block of rock; a star can explode (or implode, creating a black hole); or a galaxy can be covered by an adjacent overpowering galaxy, causing bright colors to flash across the dark spectrum of the polyverse. The majority of these colors are made out of shards of crashing matter, and their combined destructive power is vastly superior to that of Earth’s Tsar Bomb.
Omniverse: a situation in which time splits into distinct timelines at each quantum possibility. An omniverse has an infinite number of timelines. The omniverse is a philosophical, theoretical, or astronomical idea about “all of existence” that incorporates quantum physics. It is none of these at this time; it is both theistic and atheistic. The idea of an omniverse proposes a more fundamental and all-encompassing definition of existence, which can support many who view the world differently than the prevalent and mainstream religions or atheism. This opens up the possibility of a third choice (outside-the-box viewpoint) for those who do not identify as either atheists or theists.
We do not fully understand the time-space continuum of our own universe, but we do know very little about it. In particular, we know very little about the energy and gravity that exist in our physical universe, which is a part of our perceptible universe of cosmos. In addition, we have no idea what the infinitely many possible universes or existences might be like, even though they are all a part of the infinite one omniverse that is itself everything. As previously said, the omniverse is everything, infinite, and everlasting. It has no boundaries or limits, neither did it begin at a certain moment in time, and maybe time only exists in our own world. In “all the realities there are or is a mystery,” there are strange and unidentified things around.