Multiverse Vs Omniverse

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#1 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio

This need to be settled cause seems alot of people don't even realize Marvel has it's own Omniverse which contain Multiverses... 
 
Do people dispute this???

#2 Posted by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" This need to be settled cause seems alot of people don't even realize Marvel has it's own Omniverse which contain Multiverses...  Do people dispute this??? "
Any reality that has mutilple universes also has an omniverse.
 
Multiverse - Multiple universes.
Omniverse - All of the universes.
#3 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio

 
Here's LT watching over Omniverse & the Mulitple Multiverses... 
 
I got more proof/scans to come...
#4 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy: This is not an actual battle between two things/characters etc and should either be in the A. Gen. Discussion or B. the Marvel Multiverse forum.
#5 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio

It's a battle in the way that between which one is the totality of Marvel reality...
#6 Edited by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy: Just because some writer were misinformed or incorrect doesn't make it so. I don't think that it can be made much clearer than Baldy made it: Multiverse = Multiple Universe
                                                             Omniverse = All Possible Universes (Omni from the Latin Omnis, meaning all)
#7 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy: It's still not an actual battle between the two things. Storm vs Bugs Bunny is a battle, Surge vs X-23 is a battle. Things like this and Northstar vs Quicksilver: Who is faster? are not battles.
#8 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, but I'm doing this cause some people think Marvel does'nt have Several Multiverses
 

within marvel Omniverse...

 

"Throught infinite Multiverses"

#9 Posted by xan84 (4286 posts) - - Show Bio

 
i faill to see the point of this topic ... Anybody with a dictionary can tell the meaning of those words ... 
 
Am i missing something ?

#10 Posted by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@courtney12490 said:
" @GamorasBigDaddy: Just because some writer were misinformed or incorrect doesn't make it so. I don't think that it can be made much clearer than Baldy made it: Multiverse = Multiple Universes                                                              Omniverse = All Possible Universes (Omni from the Latin Omnis, meaning all) "
I agree.  I was about to post that way too. 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" This need to be settled cause seems alot of people don't even realize Marvel has it's own Omniverse which contain Multiverses...  Do people dispute this??? "

Omniverse is all, while multiverse is not all. So Omniverse wins.
#11 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio

 The term Omniverse means all possible realities. Marvel can say that they have their own "Omniverse". That's fine, It's make believe. But the real term Omniverse means all realities/universes/multiverses. That would include our world, alternate/parallel universes, ect. The world of Marvel and it's parallel universes in actuality would be closer in definition to a multiverse. The same goes for DC and any other make believe world. Combined multiverses, including our own world and any other multiverse we are unaware of would make up the true Omniverse.

#12 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@rbysjti said:
" @courtney12490 said:
" @GamorasBigDaddy: Just because some writer were misinformed or incorrect doesn't make it so. I don't think that it can be made much clearer than Baldy made it: Multiverse = Multiple Universes                                                              Omniverse = All Possible Universes (Omni from the Latin Omnis, meaning all) "
I agree.  I was about to post that way too. 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" This need to be settled cause seems alot of people don't even realize Marvel has it's own Omniverse which contain Multiverses...  Do people dispute this??? "
Omniverse is all, while multiverse is not all. So Omniverse wins. "
We actually agreed on something :D 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy: I don't know how to explain this any clearer. Marvel doesn't have it's own Omniverse. As other people have explained to you in other threads, the Omniverse contains all universes, including the Marvel Mulitverse. The omniverse includes the Marvel and DC Multiverses, our universe and any other conceivable universe out there. The Omniverse always includes the Marvel Multiverse, the Marvel Multiverse does not always include the Omniverse.
#13 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio
@Waffle Fries said:
" The term Omniverse means all possible realities. Marvel can say that they have their own "Omniverse". That's fine, It's make believe. But the real term Omniverse means all realities/universes/multiverses. That would include our world, alternate/parallel universes, ect. The world of Marvel and it's parallel universes in actuality would be closer in definition to a multiverse. The same goes for DC and any other make believe world. Combined multiverses, including our own world and any other multiverse we are unaware of would make up the true Omniverse. "


I get what you mean but that's not how Marvel has it... 
 
Here's also Watcher talking about Omniverse.

Early in story the Watcher speculates that beyond the Multiverse there is a greater Omniverse in the continuium of Multiverses... 
He could not find Quasar who was outside of the Main 616 Marvel Multiverse & in the NewUniverse which has it's own Multiverse... 
 

 


 

#14 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@Xan said:
"  i faill to see the point of this topic ... Anybody with a dictionary can tell the meaning of those words ...  Am i missing something ? "
Nope, only the fact that he is trolling. He's been trying to convince everybody that Marvel has it's own Omniverse and is now trying to prove his point by posting scans of quotes written by writers that either A. were just plain wrong or B. did not understand themselves, the differences between the Omniverse and the Multiverse. He will not listen to logic.
#15 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio
@courtney12490 said:
" @rbysjti said:
" @courtney12490 said:
" @GamorasBigDaddy: Just because some writer were misinformed or incorrect doesn't make it so. I don't think that it can be made much clearer than Baldy made it: Multiverse = Multiple Universes                                                              Omniverse = All Possible Universes (Omni from the Latin Omnis, meaning all) "
I agree.  I was about to post that way too. 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" This need to be settled cause seems alot of people don't even realize Marvel has it's own Omniverse which contain Multiverses...  Do people dispute this??? "
Omniverse is all, while multiverse is not all. So Omniverse wins. "
We actually agreed on something :D 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy: I don't know how to explain this any clearer. Marvel doesn't have it's own Omniverse. As other people have explained to you in other threads, the Omniverse contains all universes, including the Marvel Mulitverse. The omniverse includes the Marvel and DC Multiverses, our universe and any other conceivable universe out there. The Omniverse always includes the Marvel Multiverse, the Marvel Multiverse does not always include the Omniverse. "

That"s wrong as shown in Marvel! & in this thread which I can shown a dozen if not more saying that Marvel has IT"S OWN OMNIVERSE, that's not part of DC & the rest!  
 
It's the way it is!  
I don't know how CONCRETE PROOF can't be any clearer to you!
 
#16 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" @Waffle Fries said:
" The term Omniverse means all possible realities. Marvel can say that they have their own "Omniverse". That's fine, It's make believe. But the real term Omniverse means all realities/universes/multiverses. That would include our world, alternate/parallel universes, ect. The world of Marvel and it's parallel universes in actuality would be closer in definition to a multiverse. The same goes for DC and any other make believe world. Combined multiverses, including our own world and any other multiverse we are unaware of would make up the true Omniverse. "


I get what you mean but that's not how Marvel has it... 
 
Here's also Watcher talking about Omniverse.

Early in story the Watcher speculates that beyond the Multiverse there is a greater Omniverse in the continuium of Multiverses... 
He could not find Quasar who was outside of the Main 616 Marvel Multiverse & in the NewUniverse which has it's own Multiverse... 
 


 

"
 
I understand, Marvel has their own make believe omniverse. But that doesn't mean it is a real omniverse or that they used the term omniverse correctly. There is only ONE omniverse. It encompasses all universes/multiverses including marvels. 
 
Marvel has misused a lot of scientific terms.
#17 Posted by xan84 (4286 posts) - - Show Bio


courtney12490

 

Ahh... well i realy don't know why he needs to prove something like this ..

 

@ Waffle Fries 
 
I can see it now: 
 
Real universe nr1 
Realy universe nr2 
Comic book universe nr 1 
comic book universe nr2  
 
etc lol

#18 Posted by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio

 It's fairly obvious that by "omniverse" they mean all of the Marvel universes and not the broader meaning of omniverse which would mean every universe real or imagined that exists, existed or will exist.

#19 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" @courtney12490 said:
" @rbysjti said:
" @courtney12490 said:
" @GamorasBigDaddy: Just because some writer were misinformed or incorrect doesn't make it so. I don't think that it can be made much clearer than Baldy made it: Multiverse = Multiple Universes                                                              Omniverse = All Possible Universes (Omni from the Latin Omnis, meaning all) "
I agree.  I was about to post that way too. 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy said:
" This need to be settled cause seems alot of people don't even realize Marvel has it's own Omniverse which contain Multiverses...  Do people dispute this??? "
Omniverse is all, while multiverse is not all. So Omniverse wins. "
We actually agreed on something :D 
 
@GamorasBigDaddy: I don't know how to explain this any clearer. Marvel doesn't have it's own Omniverse. As other people have explained to you in other threads, the Omniverse contains all universes, including the Marvel Mulitverse. The omniverse includes the Marvel and DC Multiverses, our universe and any other conceivable universe out there. The Omniverse always includes the Marvel Multiverse, the Marvel Multiverse does not always include the Omniverse. "
That"s wrong as shown in Marvel! & in this thread which I can shown a dozen if not more saying that Marvel has IT"S OWN OMNIVERSE, that's not part of DC & the rest!   It's the way it is!  I don't know how CONCRETE PROOF can't be any clearer to you!  "
 I don't know how  hard-headed you have to be, when not only have I explained it clearly to you, but so have Baldy and Waffle Fries. Marvel used the term Omniverse incorrectly, and if you want more conclusive proof, look at a freaking dictionary! What's more likely, that a dictionary and multiple dictionary websites are incorrect, or that a few writers incorrectly wrote what the Omniverse is. It's not that hard a concept to wrap your head around.
#20 Posted by GamorasBigDaddy (2818 posts) - - Show Bio
@Baldy said:
" It's fairly obvious that by "omniverse" they mean all of the Marvel universes/Multiverses and not the broader meaning of omniverse which would mean every universe real or imagined that exists, existed or will exist. "

added that one thing...;) 
sounds good
#21 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@Xan: I don't know why either. I think he's trying to flaunt what he thinks is his superior intellect and is failing miserably.
#22 Posted by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio
@GamorasBigDaddy said:

" @Baldy said:

" It's fairly obvious that by "omniverse" they mean all of the Marvel universes/Multiverses and not the broader meaning of omniverse which would mean every universe real or imagined that exists, existed or will exist. "
added that one thing...;) sounds good "
 It's multiverse, not multiverses. You're pluralizing a term that already means many.
#23 Posted by courtney12490 (3477 posts) - - Show Bio
@Baldy said:
" @GamorasBigDaddy said:

" @Baldy said:

" It's fairly obvious that by "omniverse" they mean all of the Marvel universes/Multiverses and not the broader meaning of omniverse which would mean every universe real or imagined that exists, existed or will exist. "
added that one thing...;) sounds good "
 It's multiverse, not multiverses. You're pluralizing a term that already means many. "
And further proving that he doesn't understand what he's talking about.
#24 Posted by ssejllenrad (12780 posts) - - Show Bio
@Baldy: Dude I don't want to get technical but the term "multiverses" is grammatically correct. See it's a singular collective noun and not plural. Hehehehe!
#25 Posted by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio

 @ssejllenrad said:

" @Baldy: Dude I don't want to get technical but the term "multiverses" is grammatically correct. See it's a singular collective noun and not plural. Hehehehe! "
I firmly believe too.
#26 Posted by AtPhantom (14465 posts) - - Show Bio

The term "Multiple multiverses"  is utterly freaking stupid. Tell me, what is the difference between a single multiverse and several multiverses?

#27 Posted by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" The term "Multiple multiverses"  is utterly freaking stupid. Tell me, what is the difference between a single multiverse and several multiverses? "
 
Let's say an omniverse is composed of multiverses.
#28 Posted by AtPhantom (14465 posts) - - Show Bio
@rbysjti said:
" @AtPhantom said:
" The term "Multiple multiverses"  is utterly freaking stupid. Tell me, what is the difference between a single multiverse and several multiverses? "
 Let's say an omniverse is composed of multiverses. "
You've completely missed my point, but okay, let's see now.
Multiverses are composed of what? Universes. So exactly what is the difference? Multiverse=many universes. Omniverse=many universes.
#29 Edited by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:

" @rbysjti said:

" @AtPhantom said:
" The term "Multiple multiverses"  is utterly freaking stupid. Tell me, what is the difference between a single multiverse and several multiverses? "
 Let's say an omniverse is composed of multiverses. "
You've completely missed my point, but okay, let's see now. Multiverses are composed of what? Universes. So exactly what is the difference? Multiverse=many universes. Omniverse=many universes. "
omni means all, whereas multi means multi. a multiverse is composed of a number of universes. 
 
Just like a body. You can say a body is made up of cells, or you can say a body is made up of tissues.  Tissues are made up of cells. Something like that.
#30 Posted by AtPhantom (14465 posts) - - Show Bio
@rbysjti said:
"omni means all, whereas multi means multi. a multiverse is composed of a number of universes.   Just like a body. You can say a body is made up of cells, or you can say a body is made up of tissues.  Tissues are made up of cells. Something like that. "
Except different cells come together to form different tissues. There is no such distinction with universes. They all have their differences, but structurally, they're the same. So what qualifies as a multiverse? Ten universes? Thirty? hundred? Thousand? At what point does a multiverse have too many universes? Think about it and you'll see it makes no sense. There is, by definition, no limit to how many universes a multiverse has, and thus there is no logical difference between a multiverse and multiple multiverse and omniverse. Same freaking thing.
#31 Posted by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @rbysjti said:
"omni means all, whereas multi means multi. a multiverse is composed of a number of universes.   Just like a body. You can say a body is made up of cells, or you can say a body is made up of tissues.  Tissues are made up of cells. Something like that. "
Except different cells come together to form different tissues. There is no such distinction with universes. They all have their differences, but structurally, they're the same. So what qualifies as a multiverse? Ten universes? Thirty? hundred? Thousand? At what point does a multiverse have too many universes? Think about it and you'll see it makes no sense. There is, by definition, no limit to how many universes a multiverse has, and thus there is no logical difference between a multiverse and multiple multiverse and omniverse. Same freaking thing. "
there isn't a certain figure given as to how many universes could make up a mutiverse. Same goes with  cells that make up a tissue. Or when we say multi-faceted, etc. But omni really means "all"
#32 Posted by AtPhantom (14465 posts) - - Show Bio
@rbysjti said:
" there isn't a certain figure given as to how many universes could make up a mutiverse. Same goes with  cells that make up a tissue. Or when we say multi-faceted, etc. But omni really means "all" "
You once again completely missed my point, but that's okay. It doesn't matter what omni means. The point is there is no logical difference between them. Ergo the term omniverse is redundant.
#33 Posted by gui22 (383 posts) - - Show Bio

The difference is:
multiverse-the universes of one comic book industry like DC
omniverse-the combination of all universes(marvel,dc,image,dark horse...)

#34 Posted by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @rbysjti said:
" there isn't a certain figure given as to how many universes could make up a mutiverse. Same goes with  cells that make up a tissue. Or when we say multi-faceted, etc. But omni really means "all" "
You once again completely missed my point, but that's okay. It doesn't matter what omni means. The point is there is no logical difference between them. Ergo the term omniverse is redundant. "
There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all.
 
 
@gui22 said:
" The difference is: multiverse-the universes of one comic book industry like DC omniverse-the combination of all universes(marvel,dc,image,dark horse...) "
Good point.",)
#35 Posted by AtPhantom (14465 posts) - - Show Bio
@rbysjti said:
" There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all. "
No, it means more than one. But that still has nothing to do with the point I'm making. Stop arguing semantics.
#36 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @rbysjti said:
" There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all. "
No, it means more than one. But that still has nothing to do with the point I'm making. Stop arguing semantics. "
Thats exactly what it means. Multiverse means more then one where as Omniverse means all. Our universe and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Marvel and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Together they are part of the Omniverse.
#37 Edited by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:

" @rbysjti said:

" There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all. "
No, it means more than one. But that still has nothing to do with the point I'm making. Stop arguing semantics. "
I really don't know what you're up to. 
 
But maybe a multiverse is composed of one universe and its alternate on different dimensions i guess.
#38 Posted by AtPhantom (14465 posts) - - Show Bio
@Waffle Fries said:
" @AtPhantom said:
" @rbysjti said:
" There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all. "
No, it means more than one. But that still has nothing to do with the point I'm making. Stop arguing semantics. "
Thats exactly what it means. Multiverse means more then one where as Omniverse means all. Our universe and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Marvel and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Together they are part of the Omniverse. "
Exactly. Marvel actuality on its own doesn't make an omniverse. thank you.
#39 Posted by rbysjti (10690 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @Waffle Fries said:
" @AtPhantom said:
" @rbysjti said:
" There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all. "
No, it means more than one. But that still has nothing to do with the point I'm making. Stop arguing semantics. "
Thats exactly what it means. Multiverse means more then one where as Omniverse means all. Our universe and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Marvel and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Together they are part of the Omniverse. "
Exactly. Marvel actuality on its own doesn't make an omniverse. thank you. "
Marvel has its own omniverse. Though it kinda sounds like they don't have one, it's because of the non-canon crossovers between companies. 
#40 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@rbysjti said:
" @AtPhantom said:
" @Waffle Fries said:
" @AtPhantom said:
" @rbysjti said:
" There is. Multi doesn't mean "all" at all. "
No, it means more than one. But that still has nothing to do with the point I'm making. Stop arguing semantics. "
Thats exactly what it means. Multiverse means more then one where as Omniverse means all. Our universe and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Marvel and all it's paralel universes are considered a multiverse. Together they are part of the Omniverse. "
Exactly. Marvel actuality on its own doesn't make an omniverse. thank you. "
Marvel has its own omniverse. Though it kinda sounds like they don't have one, it's because of the non-canon crossovers between companies.  "
There is only one Omniverse. It is a composite of all multiverses.
#41 Posted by gobstakid777 (1815 posts) - - Show Bio

I think GDB is right   
 http://www.killermovies.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=11232809&highlight=marvel+omniverse+%5Bimg%5D+userid%3A88754#post11232809 
 
besides, there logically can not be such thing as an omniverse which encompasses infinite worlds, including ouro own, since such a concept would put finite limits on infinity, which is impossible

#42 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@gobstakid777 said:
" I think GDB is right    http://www.killermovies.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=11232809&highlight=marvel+omniverse+%5Bimg%5D+userid%3A88754#post11232809  besides, there logically can not be such thing as an omniverse which encompasses infinite worlds, including ouro own, since such a concept would put finite limits on infinity, which is impossible "
 
Marvel has their own made up version of what an Omniverse is, so what? Too bad their definition of what a Omniverse is is wrong. There is a REAL scientific definition of what an Omniverse is. The definition used in the forum you posted is not that of a Omniverse but a Multiverse. There is only one Omniverse, but it is not a place or boundary. It is just the collection of every infinite universe connected to each other.
#43 Edited by "Colossus" (4111 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:

" @rbysjti said:

" @AtPhantom said:
" The term "Multiple multiverses"  is utterly freaking stupid. Tell me, what is the difference between a single multiverse and several multiverses? "
 Let's say an omniverse is composed of multiverses. "
You've completely missed my point, but okay, let's see now. Multiverses are composed of what? Universes. So exactly what is the difference? Multiverse=many universes. Omniverse=many universes. "
actually "multiverse" means many universes that are related in some way, different multiverse are no way related to the universe in other multiversus
#44 Edited by "Colossus" (4111 posts) - - Show Bio

all the universe contained in marvels multiverse each have an eternity,infinity,death galactus and so on.
while universe in different multiverse are entirely different, some of which dont even have the same physcial laws as each other,
the living tribunal once went into a multiverse that was 10dimensions or something like that while the main one only has 3dimensions.
 
the universus in different multiversus are no way related to the universes in other multiverses

#45 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@"Colossus" said:

" all the universe contained in marvels multiverse each have an eternity,infinity,death galactus and so on. while universe in different multiverse are entirely different, some of which dont even have the same physcial laws as each other, the living tribunal once went into a multiverse that was 10dimensions or something like that while the main one only has 3dimensions.  the universus in different multiversus are no way related to the universes in other multiverses "

Yes, they are.... Different universes are very much different but they are all connected....
 
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFrDp0GJYzM
#46 Posted by "Colossus" (4111 posts) - - Show Bio
@Waffle Fries said:
" @"Colossus" said:

" all the universe contained in marvels multiverse each have an eternity,infinity,death galactus and so on. while universe in different multiverse are entirely different, some of which dont even have the same physcial laws as each other, the living tribunal once went into a multiverse that was 10dimensions or something like that while the main one only has 3dimensions.  the universus in different multiversus are no way related to the universes in other multiverses "

Yes, they are.... Different universes are very much different but they are all connected....   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFrDp0GJYzM "
yes but a multiverse contained a bunch of universes that are vey similiar, example all the universe in the marvel multiverse contains a version of reed richards, while the universes in other multiverse dont have one
 
also marvel doesnt really follow real life logic anyways its just comics
#47 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@"Colossus" said:
" @Waffle Fries said:
" @"Colossus" said:

" all the universe contained in marvels multiverse each have an eternity,infinity,death galactus and so on. while universe in different multiverse are entirely different, some of which dont even have the same physcial laws as each other, the living tribunal once went into a multiverse that was 10dimensions or something like that while the main one only has 3dimensions.  the universus in different multiversus are no way related to the universes in other multiverses "

Yes, they are.... Different universes are very much different but they are all connected....   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFrDp0GJYzM "
yes but a multiverse contained a bunch of universes that are vey similiar, example all the universe in the marvel multiverse contains a version of reed richards, while the universes in other multiverse dont have one  also marvel doesnt really follow real life logic anyways its just comics "
Ok, I'm going to break this down. Marvel does indeed have a Omniverse. Marvel's Omniverse just so happens to be our Omniverse because there is only one.
 
All realities, fictional or real are part of the Omniverse. But how are they all part of the Omniverse? The beginning of every universe/reality starts from the same place. This place is beyond time/space/reality. This place is nothing yet it is everything. Mathematically this place is represented by the number 0. You should know 0 is the symbol which represents nothing but you may also  know it represents Infinity. So this place beyond all time and space which is nothing yet everything is represented by us humans as the symbol 0. All realities/universes come from 0, or infinity. A multiverse can be very unique in its physics, laws and any other way you want to imagine, but it still started from 0, infinity. 0 is everything. Every universe, reality, paralel universe, multiverse, everything. 
 
Another thing to think about, is who is TOAA? Many people claim that TOAA is the writor/editor, stan lee, what have you. While the writor/creator of the marvel universe is above all those he creates he is still part of our reality/universe which is still tied to our physics. So even if the marvel characters are fictional, TOAA who creates the Marvel universe and everything in it is still part of our own universe, multiverse, omniverse.
#48 Posted by FLCL1 (9581 posts) - - Show Bio
@Xan said:
" i faill to see the point of this topic ... Anybody with a dictionary can tell the meaning of those words ...  Am i missing something ? "

this
#49 Edited by "Colossus" (4111 posts) - - Show Bio
@Waffle Fries said:

" @"Colossus" said:

" @Waffle Fries said:
" @"Colossus" said:

" all the universe contained in marvels multiverse each have an eternity,infinity,death galactus and so on. while universe in different multiverse are entirely different, some of which dont even have the same physcial laws as each other, the living tribunal once went into a multiverse that was 10dimensions or something like that while the main one only has 3dimensions.  the universus in different multiversus are no way related to the universes in other multiverses "

Yes, they are.... Different universes are very much different but they are all connected....   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFrDp0GJYzM "
yes but a multiverse contained a bunch of universes that are vey similiar, example all the universe in the marvel multiverse contains a version of reed richards, while the universes in other multiverse dont have one  also marvel doesnt really follow real life logic anyways its just comics "
Ok, I'm going to break this down. Marvel does indeed have a Omniverse. Marvel's Omniverse just so happens to be our Omniverse because there is only one.  All realities, fictional or real are part of the Omniverse. But how are they all part of the Omniverse? The beginning of every universe/reality starts from the same place. This place is beyond time/space/reality. This place is nothing yet it is everything. Mathematically this place is represented by the number 0. You should know 0 is the symbol which represents nothing but you may also  know it represents Infinity. So this place beyond all time and space which is nothing yet everything is represented by us humans as the symbol 0. All realities/universes come from 0, or infinity. A multiverse can be very unique in its physics, laws and any other way you want to imagine, but it still started from 0, infinity. 0 is everything. Every universe, reality, paralel universe, multiverse, everything.   Another thing to think about, is who is TOAA? Many people claim that TOAA is the writor/editor, stan lee, what have you. While the writor/creator of the marvel universe is above all those he creates he is still part of our reality/universe which is still tied to our physics. So even if the marvel characters are fictional, TOAA who creates the Marvel universe and everything in it is still part of our own universe, multiverse, omniverse. "
marvels omniverse isnt the true omniverse, in there context they mean all the multiverse they have is called an omniverse, its not the "true omniverse" though
 
what else would you call a series of different multiversus?
#50 Posted by Waffle Fries (884 posts) - - Show Bio
@"Colossus": Marvel's definition of their Omniverse is not accurate. And Marvel's universe is part of the real Omniverse regardless what the writers write.

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