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Crazy idea or is it?

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Buster1977

Ok first I have to ask you to be open minded on this. I'm not a genius or very book smart at all realy, but something keeps popping into my head and it driving me bonkers. I'll just jump straight to the point because I don't wanna sound too crazy. I keep thinking...and feeling like maybe our world... universe...and everything in it is part of a cell inside something so big we wouldn't even be able to comprehend, and that mass is just a fluid but we are so small that it doesn't seem like fluid. If maybe we could look further into cells and I'm talking a billion times or more closer maybe we would find similarities to our universe... Crazy huh?

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oldrover

No, not crazy at all. It's not an uncommon thought either. It isn't the case but not in anyway weird or unusual to consider it. 

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MainerMikeBrown

I don't think it's crazy either.  Anything is possible, after all.

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Goddess of the Mist

It's not crazy, it's a cool thought.  Try looking into some things like the fractal universe or quantum physics.  

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Not A Rockstar

When you look at the repetition of patterns, like cells, solar systems, universes, it is actually a natural thought to entertain to some degree, at some point, if you are.... well, what I consider normal lol. These patterns I perceive are what I consider to be the finger prints of Creation. I reckon we all relate to reality in our own ways and see patterns (or not) in our own ways.

What would a tiny thing living on a neutron perceive as reality anyway? 

Keep thinking and don't worry about sounding nuts :). It keeps life interesting.

Welcome to the forum.

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Orphalesion

It's a pretty common thought actually, a lot of people have wondered about that very possibility. It shows up in many types of media as well, as diverse as Steven King's Dark Tower series and the Simpsons. And like ten years ago I saw this simulation of the shape of the universe, that (some deliberate colouring included) somewhat resembled a neural network. So you're not crazy for wondering about that. 

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MERRY DMAS

Our universe is a Tardigrade in itself. 

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RabidMongoose
On ‎21‎/‎02‎/‎2019 at 12:12 PM, Buster1977 said:

Ok first I have to ask you to be open minded on this. I'm not a genius or very book smart at all realy, but something keeps popping into my head and it driving me bonkers. I'll just jump straight to the point because I don't wanna sound too crazy. I keep thinking...and feeling like maybe our world... universe...and everything in it is part of a cell inside something so big we wouldn't even be able to comprehend, and that mass is just a fluid but we are so small that it doesn't seem like fluid. If maybe we could look further into cells and I'm talking a billion times or more closer maybe we would find similarities to our universe... Crazy huh?

In Quantum Mechanics the maths for extra dimensions has been largely completed, it is used in many technological applications, and works. But no one has ever seen or directly detected an extra dimension.

For me I had an odd idea similar to yours. When we go up in scale from a cell, to a human, to a city, to a country, planet, galaxy, etc, do we loop back around and reach cells again.

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Buster1977

Thx all for responding...the article was a good read and almost hit my theory head on... I think maybe we would all be terrofied if we really knew the truth. But it's nice to know other people think similar.

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