Multiversal vs Multiverse - What's the difference?

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Multiversal is a derived term of multiverse.


As a adjective multiversal

is of or pertaining to the multiverse.

As a noun multiverse is

(philosophy) the world, considered as lacking in purpose, design, or predictability.

multiversal

English

Adjective

(head)
  • Of or pertaining to the multiverse.
  • multiverse

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (philosophy) The world, considered as lacking in purpose, design, or predictability.
  • *{{quote-magazine
  • , year=1895 , date=October , last=James , first=William , authorlink=William James , title=Is Life Worth Living? , magazine=International Journal of Ethics citation , passage=Visible nature is all plasticity and indifference, a multiverse , as one might call it, and not a universe. , page=10 }}
  • *{{quote-book
  • , year=1953 , authorlink=Saul Bellow , title= , last=Bellow , first=Saul , chapter=6 , publisher=Viking Press , passage=I've never gone through a place like Racine without thinking which house with the rubber-tire swing for kids and piano-practicing inside was like Stiva Lausch's, who had two daughters brought up with every refinement, including piano lessons, and how such little-speaking Odessa-bred sons had gotten on a track like this through the multiverse .}}
  • (physics, cosmology) The hypothetical group of all the possible universes in existence.
  • Our universe is a very small part of the multiverse .

    Derived terms

    * multiversal