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    • Logically since energy is just transferred into different states and never “destroyed” (similar time matter), wouldn’t the universe never run out of energy?
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    • “Mind blowing theories” = “freshman philosophy”
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    • Holy shit that’s the worst explanation of heat death I’ve ever heard. Like, what the fuck is this shit? Energy doesn’t “run out”. Look at the most basic laws of thermodynamics. Energy can’t disappear, it will just be dispersed completely evenly across the entire universe, meaning nothing can change
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    • Multiverse Theory cannot exist, as this insinuates that there is a universe where women are funny, and that is literally impossible.
      iFappy 16 may
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    • Solipsism is provably false. I lock a person in a room and feed them each day. They survive. Then one day, without telling them, I poison their food. According to solipsism, they shouldn’t die because their consciousness isn’t aware of the poison. But, they die anyways, proving it wrong.
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    • The first one is fucking retarded. The universe has limited energy but due to the first law of thermodynamics no it will never run out. But because dark energy is making the universe expand at a constantly accelerating rate which is faster than gravity, eventually everything will be so spread apart
      Meme_menu 16 may
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    • All of these are oversimplifications
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    • Yeah yeah I too watch rick and morty
      Macood 15 may
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    • Lol dident read
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    • Solipsism must be wrong because the sensations you feel in dreams are based on what you feel in reality, furthermore if reality doesn't exist then how come collectively we all have the same reality rather than different ones? Wouldn't there be at least small differences? Furthermore, if only my-
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    • Ah yes because who needs the law of conservation of energy when you can just make shit up instead
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    • First one is so false.
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    • Fictional realism is retarded. An infinite number of multiverses CAN mean that anything and everything will occur with all of them taken into consideration. However, it is also entirely possible that the multiverse is just an infinite number of identical copies of the same universe.
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    • These aren’t mind blowing theories, they’re overly repeated middle school cafeteria talk.
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    • The infinite dimensions and universe theory would be impossible because that would mean there’s a dimension or universe where someone has had the power to destroy all of reality and all dimensions as well as every universe and they would’ve done it making it impossible
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    • I mean some of these theories are interesting but whoever wrote the descriptions sounds retarded
      BigTyrone 15 may
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    • Solipsism is one of those things in philosophy that you can't disprove but like.... Cmon
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    • These are largely reductionist based. Thankfully reductionism was debunked in the 30s by Godel’s incompleteness theorems. No axiomatic system can ever be complete. Everything has a metaphysical component, period. Godel believed he purely on accident proved God. He and Einstein were homies
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    • When I take LSD I just feel funny and maybe sometimes see my carpet or ceiling swirl.
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    • The last one is every interesting. The have done experiments not sure for exactly this but the results could be related to this theory. I forgot the exact details but it had to do with waves and observation. When laser is observed it appears in a straight line but when not observed it turned into
      Soulie 15 may
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    • Approxy 18 may
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    • The first one has an alternate ending, where expansion cant keep up with gravity, then the universe will only consist of supermassive black holes, then the true death of the universe will be in an eternal state of balance where no matter exist and the entropy reached its maximum level.
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    • You all have it wrong. The only thing that is real is that nothing is. When everyone is super. No one is.
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    • Bold of you to assume I won’t debate the existence of a biscuit...
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    • For number 1, it’s not that energy would run out, it would just be so diluted throughout the universe that everything would be basically at absolute zero.
      clickyboi 15 may
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    • Damn bitch, I think, therefore I am
      Pporn_if 18 may
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    • So I came up with a theory while in chem class when talking about entropy: so everything in the universe is seeking to be evenly dispersed and away from each other, what if all the black holes in the universe eventually gobble everything up and form one huge black hole that eventually after a (pt 1)
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    • Half of these are the same theory. That consciousness is the only existence.
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    • Yes, because energy can be destroyed, moron
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    • So i had kind of my own theory. Jumping off the multiuniversal. Hope this doesnt get buried. Lets go! 1. Okay so its an odd belief of personal and collective. So multi universal theory states in a simplified manner that every actuality and improbable possibility must exist in different space times.
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    • Ok but solipsism shouldnt work when something unexpected comes into play. Like someone shouldnt be suprised to learn something new or unsettling if theyre reality wasnt expecting it
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    • just woke up, can’t read
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    • i have done LSD multiple times and it made me realize that life is our own doing. The only reason things are the way they are is because society made them that way. Why do we call reality normal when really it’s just a shared interpretation of the world around us. What i see when i trip feels (1/2)
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    • I got a theory: a pie is not a pie without blueberries in it
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    • The glaciation doesn’t involve the consumption of energy, for that it is impossible. It means that there will at one point be an equilibrium. Where energy is equally dispersed in our universe, causing a universal stand still.
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    • Philosophy is Masturbation. Religion is Incentivized Morality. Time is a Construct.
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    • Here come the kids who failed third grade reading
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    • Take a bunch of mushies or acid and you’ll learn what the universe is pretty quick. Take DMT if you wanna meet the masters of it.
      DoomDude 16 may
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    • I’m 12 and these are deep.
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    • Ever done cocaine?
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    • Presentism is literally just reality. The past doesn't exist anymore and the future only exists when it becomes the present
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    • Justin Bieber ate a burrito sideways did you guys see that shit
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    • What’s the one where the Big Bang is just a reoccurring thing like the universe expands till it can’t anymore than collapses back in on itself and the the Big Bang happens and the cycle repeats forever
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    • Can’t wait to die and be reincarnated into a fictional world according to fictional realism.
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    • Since we are all in a state of uncertainty of the future. I think spending 10 minutes to an hour a day reading books may help calm the mind? I started a discord book club group. Lmk if you're interested.
      skyeshane 15 may
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    • That's not what great glaciation is it's the theory that since energy is never created or produced, the expanding universe will eventually have such a low energy density it will basically be void of movement
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    • Philosophy is dead
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    • A scientific theory can only be proven true if it’s possible, by experimentation, to be proven false. Most of these don’t meet that standard so should be kicked out of this feature set
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    • The first one sounds a lot like the heat death of the universe. What it got wrong was that it said energy will just disappear what energy will actually do is get distributed equally throughout the universe allowing none of it to be used to move
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    • There is only one soul on this Earth, and it is all of us. Everyone else is your past and future. The soul truly belongs to a diety wishing to gather information by creating a world and living through all lives in it. Those dieties are also part of a higher dietys info gathering and so on. The cycle
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    • First theory is garbage. Energy is in an endless cycle, constantly being transformed. Energy doesn’t “run out”
      SergeyT 15 may
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    • The first one is nixed right off cause energy cant be created or destroyed only transferred, thus the theory that the universe running out of energy is not a thing
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    • These are all very poor descriptions of the actual ideas behind them. I’m not sure the writer quite understood them.
      Milk_Gang 15 may
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    • All are interesting, I love thinking about these kinds of things. But with phenomenalism, wouldn't that just mean outside events couldn't occur unless you observe?
      Shiftless 15 may
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    • Correct me if I'm wrong but energy cannot be created or destroyed it just exists. So why would we run out of it
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    • The present is the only thing to exist? I'd say no. The present doesn't exist at all, and the past and future are the only things to exist. Though the future only exists in concept and the past only exists in memory. We live our lives in constant memory. Remembering that I just pressed the "e"....
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    • Learned these in high school I’m pretty sure but besides that isn’t Eternalism almost accepted as a whole by society? If you ask somebody what the fourth dimension is they’ll either say they don’t know or time. Doesn’t that mean we’ve accepted time as a fourth dimension and we are moving in it (1/2
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    • I believe in predestination. Everything is cause THEN effect. You stubbed your toe because you bought furniture, you bought furniture because you bought a house.. every thing leading up to you stubbing your toe is already in the past, and since we can not change the past we can not change the future
      aearly92 16 may
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    • Patrick hockstetter from the Stephen King book and movie IT was described as being born a sociopath and by the time he met Henry he was a full fledged psycho path and he suffered from a delusion called Solipsism in which he believed he was the only real being in the world and everyone and
      papawolf1 16 may
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    • If wanted to read that I’d be a professor by now.
      oohhimark 16 may
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    • Thank goodness I’m really SuperKamiGuru in this reality.
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    • So if this is all in my mind, Am I making all these memes and theories and groundbreaking technology?
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    • Nigga if I wanted to read I’d get a book show me some tits or memes
      Damoclis 16 may
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    • All of these can be explained by the overarching Simulation Theory.
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    • This reminds of this really stupid show on Netflix that tries way too hard to be philosophical and deep called The Midnight Hour
      siiick 16 may
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    • These don’t seem like theories more like philosophical ideas
      ny7899 16 may
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    • I have two theories, I don't believe them, they are just interesting to think about. We ARE living in a simulation. We need to sleep to take a break from the simulation and our dreams are just our life on the outside. That's why some dreams "predict" the future, it was planned from the outside.(1/2)
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    • A few of these can be applied to the simulation theory
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    • 3 and 10 are the same.
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    • How convenient
      Deatholme 15 may
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    • Glaciation there is so terribly explained.
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    • the great glaciation isn't a thing, but at least the inevitable heat death of the universe is!
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    • It’s me, I’m the jar brain. I’ve been it all along.
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    • You don't hallucinate like a cartoon off acid tf
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    • I like fictional realism. It means if I write a story, I am by definition a god
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    • #1. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed only transformed. Energy is a cycle. It’s not going anywhere. Matter itself is just a state of energy.
      heLa_x 15 may
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    • first one is also called potential peak theory, where all kinetic energy will sooner or later be converted to potential until there is no other kinetic energy to knock it off the peak
      QueenAnt 18 may
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    • “When the energy dies out” yea not evens out, fucking dissapears
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    • What if everyone sees colors differently? For someone else, green might be blue. But they’ve been taught that the color is called “blue” even though it is really green. Therefore we all have been taught that different colors match different words. 🤯 Did your brain die somewhere in there? 😂
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    • I rlly didn’t need this shi to tell me I’m a maladjusted discontent possibly narcissistic solipsist
      RUBYYACHT 16 may
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    • The first one is bullshit. Energy can't be created or destroyed, only transformed...rest i can't confirm
      Starfy_R 16 may
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    • What about that theory that suggests that inside every black hole there’s a new universe considering that inside each one there’s as much power as the big bang
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    • 9. Cat girls exist in another universe
      ItsTheOne 16 may
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    • Cogito ergo sum
      ny7899 16 may
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    • Renee descartes
      ny7899 16 may
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    • presentism is really liberating. it gives you the motive to do something just to feel. I've been gradually working alongside this philosophy and while I do understand the past and future are both valid concepts, the less I think about them, the more i get to enjoy and the more i can enjoy+
      NCTU 15 may
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    • Will read later
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    • Number 1 has several issues (and the others likely do too.) Firstly, I assume that this is referring to the theory much more commonly known as heat death- no one calls it “the great glaciation.” Secondly, energy cannot run out, and motion will never stop- the theory only predicts that... (1/2)
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    • Multi universe is a hard one... Considering each universe most likely all look the same. Therefore, one universe has a atom slightly to the left and in another universe that same atom is slightly to the right. That means there are more universes then there are atoms in your whole home.
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    • The second one is literally the matrix.
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    • Some of the worst descriptions of these ideas. There are so many better instances of all of these
      AMTURN 15 may
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    • Why is this written like a high-school freshmen essay
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