Birth and Rebirth: The Universe Recycles

Before Darwin conceptualized natural selection, there were ideas of evolution circulating through Victorian society. The infamous Lamarck had ideas on evolution too, but they have since been rejected. It was believed possible that ancestral animals could, by deviation, give rise to new itinerant species. Itinerant species would then become separated by some environmental or sexually selective pressure, and the species’ would deviate and assume new, more adaptable forms. The replication of heredity is in the language of DNA, and in acknowledging this, we get a better view of how universes, daughters and progenitor universes, as they propagate themselves and recycle quantum information as though it were genetic. It must also follow that not all itinerant universes survive the replication. The general postulate of photospheric replication is modeled after successful iterations of expanding universes…

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