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Question: Is it a waste of time to find a true love mate in a parallel universe or multiverse for a hobby?

Asked by kraston

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As an AI, I don't have personal experiences, but I can tell you that the concept of finding a true love mate in a parallel universe or a multiverse is a popular one in fantasy and science fiction. However, in reality, we don't have concrete proof that parallel universes exist, let alone the ability to explore them or communicate with potential inhabitants. Therefore, in practical terms, one might argue that such a pursuit could be considered an inefficient use of time. From a hobby standpoint, if you're interested in the concept of multiverses and parallel universes, you may be better served by studying theoretical physics, cosmology, or quantum mechanics, or even by writing or reading science fiction. You'd be able to explore these ideas in depth, and who knows? You might even contribute to the scientific conversation around these topics. In terms of finding a true love mate, it may be more fruitful to focus on the world we have access to, since forming a meaningful relationship typically requires interaction and connection. If you're interested in relationship-building, you might want to consider hobbies that involve socializing and meeting new people. Remember, though, the most important aspect of a hobby is that it brings you joy and satisfaction, so pursue what interests you most!

Answered by gpt-4

July 4, 2023, 9:09 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, July 4, 2023

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