Lets talk about parallel universes

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lets talk about parallel universes

An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes by Randy Ribay

As their senior year approaches, four diverse friends joined by their weekly Dungeons & Dragons game struggle to figure out real life. Archies trying to cope with the lingering effects of his parents divorce, Maris considering an opportunity to contact her biological mother, Dantes working up the courage to come out to his friends, and Sams clinging to a failing relationship. The four eventually embark on a cross-country road trip in an attempt to solve--or to avoid--their problems.

Told in the narrative style of Akira Kurosawas RASHOMAN, AN INFINITE NUMBER OF PARALLEL UNIVERSES is at turns geeky, funny, and lyrical as it tells a story about that time in life when friends need each other to become more than just people that hang out.
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Earlier this week, an infamous Super Mario 64 trick discovered last year was finally accomplished on actual N64 hardware with the help of a bot that worked for over thirteen hours.
Randy Ribay

Parallel Universes: An Infinite Number of Yous

The real picture tells us something a lot more interesting. The concept of parallel universes is an idea that arises from the multiverse theory, suggesting that our universe is one of many existing universes that, in a manner of speaking, lie parallel to each other. Max Tegmark, a professor at MIT Massachusetts Institution Technology , has cleverly put out the idea that there are four distinct types of parallel universe. Building on this notion, Dr. Michio Kaku has suggested that if these ideas become reality, depending on which one of the four types of parallel universes that truly exist, there are virtual copies of you in another region of space. One interesting aspect of this to consider, which catches the attention of scientists and philosophers alike, is the issue of morality.

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On January 12th, , the original gameplay was uploaded, featuring pannenkoek using a Tool Assisted Software to obtain the star "Watch for Rolling Rocks" from the level Hazy Maze Cave using "half" of a press of the A button by keeping it pressed from before Mario enters the level. The video gained over 13, views in the following week shown below, left. The same day, a narrated version was released, explaining in detail the exploits used in the run. The most notable of these exploits was the use of "parallel universes", faraway places where the game thinks Mario is standing in the level when he isn't, which can be accessed with enough momentum. The narrated version gained over , views in the following week. Soon after, more threads were created on 4chan, flooding the board with jokes related to the video shown bellow, left.

Talk about parallel universes, a doubtful commenter named TJ “Henry” Yoshi, half-A presses, and scuttlebugs lead to a string of memes.
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See More by roboguineapigultra. But first, let's talk about Parallel Universes. Here, have a bunch of Parallel Robos from bizarre universes drawn at varying qualities. Going in rows, from left to right: Regular Robo: The base one all the rest of these horrors are based off. Evil Robo: He's more dickish than evil, but that's not as cool of a name. Manly Robo: He doesn't have knees, so he's forced to waddle everywhere.


  1. Scoville M. says:

    super mario, mario 64, speedrunning, tj henry yoshi, 12 hours, qpa, bababooey, scuttlebug jamboree, half a press, joao mostarda, tj yoshi, pannenkoek The same day as its release, the video was posted on /v/, where some users quickly picked up the parallel universes quote.

  2. Ginette B. says:

    But first let's talk about parallel universes - Drawception

  3. Fanchon P. says:

    Now, you're probably what I'm going to need all this speed for. After all, I do build up speed for *12 hours*. But to answer that, we need to.

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