Multiverse Universal Equation
Chapter 1: 'What if?'
The existance of alternate universes is ultimately determined by a 'What if?' statement. Alternate universes can even make fantasy and all fiction real with a simple 'What if?' statement. The ultimate determining 'What if?' statement needs previous 'What if?' statements to be true often. For example: The ultimate 'What if?' statement is known as A while all other 'What if?' statements are known as B-Z and 0-Infinite. This created the extremely long equation A=BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ01234567891011121314151617181920...and so forth. Not all alternative universes have this, having less or even more needed requirments to exist. In exist/non-exist universes where the universe was created or not, the equation is simply known as A=A/B, A representing existing whilist B represents not existing. This equation would be referenced as the Alpha Equation, due to its explaining if a universe exists or not. The Omega Equation is the ending equation meaning the previously mentioned equation is applied unless the Alpha Equation is A=B. Nevertheless all of the characters is a 'What if?' statement, from the smallest detail to the turning-point in any story. --Eiyuu Kou 19:49, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
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