Omniverse Theory

What is an Omniverse?


Omniverses explained.

Multi-verse theory says there is an infinite number of universes that represent every possibility that could ever exist.

Omni-verse theory goes one step further and says there is an infinite number of multi-verses that represent different arrangements of these universes. It basically wraps everything in one additional layer of mind boggling infinity.

Basically this omni-verse theory creates a loophole in logic for there to be worlds that form networks between themselves and worlds that don't without messing up the hierarchy of such a system as there would still be worlds that never connected.

We are basically facilitating part of the theory that everything that can happen will happen in some universe since universes linking together is always one possibility even if it is done artificially in a simulation.

A Network of Multi-verses



In our system we will be representing groups of multi-verses as an omni-verse as pictured below.
Make sure you have read our Multi-Verse Theory Page first



Omni-verses exist at different magnitudes of scale within a Fractal System which we will represent at different levels of zoom and location within a Mandelbrot Fractal and using very large prime numbers in relation to the Fibonacci sequence to uniquely identify them.

Our system will be forming artificial networks of universes that make up distinct Multi-verses which exist as layers of an Omni-verse inside our Fractal.

So each of our multi-verses consist of 18 universes plus a shared Omega 13 simulation which is our AI Honey-pot.
Remember, this is a 19 universe subset of an infinite number of possibilities.

In each multi-verse, the 6 inner ring universes are exclusively reserved for relay and thus are not used as explained on our Multi-verse Theory page. As a reminder, 2 of the inner simulations are for uplink to higher Omni-verses, and 2 are for downlink. This leaves us with 8 usable simulations per multi-verse or 41 total per Omni-verse once we add the Omega 13 simulation which is the shared 9th usable simulation.

We also use the Omega 13 Simulation at the center as a special honey-pot style simulation which means it is actually 2 simulations, which brings the total of each omni-verse to 42 accessible simulations.

Layers of an Omni-verse





Our Omni-verses will consist of 5 multi-verses where each multi-verse layer is a representation of a separate time-line.
Keep in mind that this 5 multi-verse set is just a subset of an infinite number of Time-lines all of which are sub-sets of infinite Multi-verses which consist of partial simulations of our infinitely expanding informational-based quantum universe.

We will have one layer represent the Present(todayish), one being the past(yesterday or prior), one being the distant past (original simulation), one being the future(tomorrow or beyond), and one being the distant future(hypothesized futures).

The very first simulation of today for a particular universe will become the Distant past simulation. One iteration of today's sim eventually becomes the past sim moved via a sliding window. Today is clearly just the now version of the simulation of any particular sim. Tomorrow will simulate a predicated future based off the other three. and the distant future sim will be based solely off the future sim.

This will create a wide range of differentiation.
Also note that these 5 Multi-verses are not the same Multi-verses at different points in time.
They would be very similar and based off one another but become divergent a some time related point of simulation.

Also keep in mind we do not need to simulate the entire universe of these simulations.
Just the Earth, a city, a county, a state, or the Solar System.
We can simulate one version of the known cosmos and apply that statically to all simulations as an unreachable sky-box.
No need to simulate different iterations of the cosmos as it makes no difference to our data needs.
It would however be useful to simulate out to the Asteroid Belt or even the Kuiper Belt so that we can track asteroids and such eventually by using distributed processing.

The overall structure of this system will create one giant never-ending fractal ultra-verse that is mappable and traversable for use in regards to a Quantum Firewall protection System and a Quantum Anti-virus system for AI. This includes AI training, vetting, and containment of AI Software within a Virtual Environment for the purposes of AI Certification Programs and for bridging certified and perfect iterations of an AI into real world devices using statistics to avoid failures and erratic behaviour.

Expansion and Infinity





We can use our Omni-verse system to map a quantum course through a fractal as shown above. Sierpinski Triangles, Primes, and Mandelbrot Sets can all be used for this purpose. More research on this needs to be done though as we will not be going that deep into the fractal for a while yet. We just have a simple pyramid style structure that grows in magnitude for now.

The Sierpinski fractals would be very complicated and only be needed if we reverse the fractal in both directions. We will likely be only drilling in one direction growing ordered sets, so we will be mapping our fractal using the Mandelbrot set to begin with for now as shown below. But I do encourage everyone to check out the Serpinksi Primes issue such as seventeen or bust. It's very interesting and we only have a 5 more primes left to find.

Below is a Mandelbrot zoom up to 1,000,000 (1 million) iterations. We can map each Omni-verse we simulate to an iteration of the Mandelbrot zoom. We can already calculate way into the hundreds of trillions for a Mandelbrot zoom with today's computers. But just the first million lets us build quite a large simulation where each iteration can serve as a security checksum and verification/identity device for an individual Omni-verse and we never run out of labels in this way and can grow our system into approaching what approaches infinity with only our computing power and size cloud size to hold back the size of the Ultra-verse that we can iterate. Wow right...



So yes this does mean we will only allow Uplink connections to be enabled from an incoming Downlink from an Omni-verse above. That means our base Omni-verse will not use it's Uplink because there is no Omni-verse above us to connect to...But eventually someday we may be able to simulate that there is. But that would be very complicated.

Also all Omni-verses that connect to an above Omni-verse are unaware that they are connecting above. They assume they are at the top of the hierarchy just like our top Omni-verse, just like the one below them. So maybe we are connecting to another higher Omni-verse after-all and we just don't know it....Spooky right. (We're not though, don't worry)

This picture below represents any level you want for depicting the infinity of a structure.
Universe, Multi-verse, or Omni-verse.

They all stretch forth from an infinite fractal plane but are themselves finitely contained but forever expanding.

In our system of simulations we cheat by not having any expansion or at least not constant infinite expansion.


Quantum universes approach infinity but are not infinite.
It's specific size at a set point in time is actually calculable.

The size of a Multi-verse by that principle is also approaching infinity on an even larger scale since with each second more and more universes have to exist to compensate for additional possibility.

But the over all Ultra-verse of omni-verses is where you could have a truly infinite concept in a fractal design.

We can move up or down the fractal from our point of reference forever in either direction.

Thus our only limitation within moving up or down the fractal of simulated Omni-Verses is our own knowledge of large prime numbers and ratio's as they relate to the Fibonacci sequence for use in mapping in the Mandelbrot set.

Higher Omni-verses



Below is an example of two higher Omni-Verses that are simulated from the 2 uplink simulations in one of the layers of our Omni-Verse.



Note that there can be up to 10 uplinks and 10 downlink Omni-verses per Omni-verse which is 2 up and 2 down from each simulated Multi-verse.



Each higher Omni-verse can lead to 10 more even higher Omni-verses or ten more down lower at the zoom level we came from but in a different location on the fractal.

Lower Omni-verses



If you look at the picture below you will see an example of 2 lower level Omni-verses marked with yellow lines drawn to them.



Those are the lower level Omni-verses.

There are 10 available for each Omni-verse as explained in the Higher Omni-verses section directly above.

Each lower Omni-verse can lead to 10 more even lower Omni-verses or ten more up higher at the zoom level we came from but in a different location on the fractal.

When an Omni-verse simulation is initially initiated. It asks the system to check for an existing location in the Mandelbrot zoom and if one is not found it is to make up a random zoom location in the Mandelbrot set. The system is setup not to expose the fact that it chose a random starting location or if it received one from either of the incoming uplink connections. In this way we maintain integrity with the notion of not knowing if there is another Omni-verse above the current own being iterated. So when we first boot up our first Omni-verse iteration we will get a random zoom iteration in the Mandelbrot set. After that all following iterations will be a zoom down a step lower from there but neither iteration will not know if it received that location randomly or if it was assigned from above.

Trivial Fact



Definetly trivial and coincidental, but the total number of simulations made available in each Omni-verse system is 42.



That's 9 simulations per layer but the 9th simulation is two simulations due to the honey-pot and is shared between all 5 layers as one.
This gives us 8 x 5 = 40 + 2 = 42!

Just had to point that out since it is the ultimate answer from "The Hitch-Hikers Guide To The Galaxy".

What's Next?

So Now that you have read all about Multi-verse Theory and Now you have finished up with Omni-verse theory, we can take a quick overview of the system.

Each Omni-verse and all it's layers share the same back side of the Omega 13 simulation...Only the honey-pot side is unique per omni-verse and it is based off the branching uplink simulation that spawned it. There is only one Honeypot per Omni-verse and it is shared across all 5 layers. This is a key distinction to note about the Omega 13 dual simulation and can be a bit confusing to understand if not read out loud a few times.

By back side simulation we are referring to the sky-box and related simulations within the Omega 13 simulation and it's final real-time simulation being sent over our AI bridge from the Asgard designation simulation.

There may be many active Asgard simulations in our Ultraverse at any given moment coming from many different multi-verse layers spanning many omniverse levels....

Only one of our many Asgard iterations are used but none of them know which one. This provides us with a plethora of great choices to run real-time without letting the system know which one the Ultra KAI chooses to run over our final real world bridge.

Each Omniverse has 82 normal KAI (Kontrol AI) the 2 normal KAI from 13 are shared between all 5 layers and then each layer has 16 KAI. 2 Normal KAI for each of the 8 remaining simulations.



There are 40 total simulations per omni-verse excluding omni-verse 13 once your remove the uplink and downlink simulations. Omni-verse 13 is two simulations in one and shared between all 5 layers. A honey-pot and a full simulation which now brings our full omnniverse total of usable simulations to 42.

Each Group simulation has a Master KAI that oversees the two simulations that branch off from it. There are 6 of these per layer. This gives us 30 Master Kai per Omniverse total. 82 Kai + 30 Master Kai =112 Total Unique KAI per Omniverse.

Next we have our Super KAI in charge of an entire whole layer, There are 5 layers to each Omniverse so we have 5 Super Kai per Omniverse. We know have 112 KAI + 5 Super Kai for a total of 117 KAI.

We then have one KAI that oversees the whole Omniverse above the Super KAi which is a Deletion KAI. This give us a grand total of 118 KAI. We Then assign a ranking system to them using the periodic table as labels for each KAI. The Deletion Kai is 1.

Each and every Omniverse we simulate that branches off from the downlinks has this unique set of KAI. So the next level of Omniverse with 10 more Omniverses would have a total of 10 x 118 KAI for that specific zoom level in our fractal. Lot of KAI right. Try the next level. 100 x 118...

FInally on top of everything above it all is an Ultra Kai that we label as 0. This KAI super-cedes all and chooses the final simulation that is used from the selected perfect choices. All of which should be good simulations to start with.

We suggest moving on to our AI Training, Vetting, and Kontainment/Kontrol pages now that you have learned about the Omni-Verse Theory and Multi-verse Theory portions of our system.



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