The philosophical theory of solipsism states that nothing in the world can not be verified. The only thing that the existence of his own mind. This theory also implies that it is possible that what we see is nothing more than the creation of our own minds that we believe to be true.
#14 The Universe Is a Hologram
The philosophical theory of solipsism asserts that nothing in the world-can be verified. Only the chosen-that-can the existence of son-own mind. This theory implies that aussi EC that may interest that we see is nothing more than the creation of Quebec Our own mind we believe to be true ….
#13 Big Freeze
This scientific theory implies that the universe has a fixed amount of energy in it. When the universe lack of energy, it begins to slow. The theory of the “Big Freeze” suggests that eventually everything would stop.
#12 Matrix Universe
You’ve probably seen or at least heard of the famous movie “The Matrix”. If you have not seen it yet, it’s time to go check. The idea behind this film is that the universe as we know it is a computer program. This theory also implies that computers will one day evolve to the extent that they could simulate consciousness and people will be forced to live in a computer simulation. It does not seem that crazy, is not it?
According to the theory of idealism, all things exist only as ideas in someone’s mind. When George Berkeley introduced this theory, it was dismissed as silly. To prove his point Berkeley said that apart of ideas, there is also an omnipotent and omnipresent God, who is able to perceive the world and all at the same time.
#10 Ekpyrotic Universe
The ekpyrotic theory is an alternative version of the popular Big Bang theory, that the universe was not created from a singularity, but formed as a result of a collision between two worlds. After the collision our universe will expand for billions of light-years. This theory also implies that our brother universe is separated from our world by a distance less than the diameter of an atom.
#9 Plato and the Logos
Plato said that, in addition to our world, there is another world, the world of perfect “forms”. According to this philosophy, what we see is just a mere shadow and an imitation of the real thing. Plato also believed that everything is made of a single substance, which is simply placed in different ways to create different objects.
#8 Black Hole Babies
The idea behind this theory is that when matter is pulled into a black hole before reaching the singularity, it becomes extremely dense. In some cases, the black hole spits dense matter back and form a universe. Our universe has a lot of black holes, which would have created many universes baby in such a way. So next time you think of a black hole that you might think that you are his creation.
According to philosophers who accept this approach, there is no such thing as past or future. The only time that really exists is the present. In other words, the only thing that is real is the moment of your existence and everything else is not even worth mentioning.
#6 Many-Worlds Interpretation
The many worlds interpretation of the theory of multiple universes implies that every decision we make creates a world apart. And your reality and the reality of others around you depend entirely on the choices you make, and every time there is a choice to do or not do something, there are two or more possible worlds created by it.
Externalism postulates that the time has many layers. All the layers of time exist simultaneously and that the observer sees depends on where the observer is. Everything that has never been and will never be created and all events already exist, but human perception does not let us see the whole picture.
#4 Brain in the Vat
The theory of brain cell is a kind of modern spin on the problem of evil demon of Descartes. It goes like this, for example, we are all mere brains in vats and our perception is manipulated by other forces, are good or bad, or aliens or whatever. How do you know that it is not? This statement can not be proven or rejected.
#3 Multiverse Theory
If you have not lived under a rock for the last decade, you have at least heard something about parallel universes. According to the multiverse theory, there are an infinite number of parallel worlds, some of which are much like ours, while others are completely different.
#2 Fictional Realism
Fictional realism is one of the most exciting consequences of the famous multiverse theory. Under this approach, insofar as there is an infinite number of parallel universes in some things or people that we consider are real fantasy. Like, for example Superman. And in all likelihood, in one of the world you are Superman.
The following theory of phenomenalism philosophers believe that things exist as they are perceived. For example, your phone is available for as long as you are aware that it exists. So what is with the leaves falling from trees in forests where there is nobody around? Well, it does not exist, unless the foliage is perceived by someone.