Hassan Ajami on Transformant Universes

11/12/2021 - 19:13 PM

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Hassan Ajami is a Lebanese-American philosopher who developed a new hypothesis in cosmology, according to which, there are transformant universes, such that any universe could transform into another different universe.

He says that since our actual universe is governed by uncertainty (such as the uncertainty principle of Heisenberg), and given that uncertainty is equal to infinite probabilities divided by energy, it follows that the uncertainty, governing our world, entails the infinite probabilities which are realized in different parallel universes, leading to the conclusion that all of the different parallel universes potentially exist in our actual universe. Thus, our actual universe can transform into any different universe from among the diverse parallel universes in light of the previous law. From this perspective, Hassan Ajami confirms the existence of transformant universes that are capable of transforming into different parallel universes.

According to this new hypothesis, the different parallel universes potentially exist in our actual universe.

This hypothesis is called the unifulverse hypothesis because it implies that our actual universe is potentially full of all the distinct parallel universes. Hassan Ajami had published twenty-four books in different languages, covering diverse topics, such as philosophy, literature, and culture. In his latest book entitled “Philosophy of Humanism,” he defined truth as scientific decision, while meaning as social decision, and argued for the philosophical views of the oneness of humanity and cultures. The details of his cosmological hypothesis are published in the scientific journal “International Organization of Scientific Research.”

The links to his scientific articles are below                                  

https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jap/papers/Vol13-issue5/Ser-1/F1305014142.pdf

https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jap/papers/Vol13-issue4/Ser-3/G1304034142.pdf

 

 

 

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