TikToker Shares Multi-Dimensional Theory That Humans Never Truly Die, Sparking Anxiety

Milton Quintanilla | CrosswalkHeadlines Contributor | Updated: Jul 12, 2023
TikToker Shares Multi-Dimensional Theory That Humans Never Truly Die, Sparking Anxiety

TikToker Shares Multi-Dimensional Theory That Humans Never Truly Die, Sparking Anxiety

A TikToker has shared a multi-dimensional theory in which people never truly die, sparking fear and concern in her followers.

The theory, known as quantum immortality, ponders the idea that people’s consciousnesses live on forever, causing them to never truly die.

According to LA Bible, the theory was shared in a video by content creator Joli Moli on TikTok. Moli shares videos about conspiracy theories and quantum physics on her page. In one video titled Apocalypse ... again, Moli discusses the quantum immortality theory and American physicist Hugh Everett’s ‘many worlds’ theory.

"I'd like to introduce you to a little theory called the quantum immortality theory – and Hugh Everett's many-worlds interpretation,” Moli said in her video.

"Quantum immortality theory suggests that nobody ever actually dies, that consciousness never experiences death,” she explained. "Instead, whenever you die in one universe, your consciousness just gets transferred to a parallel universe where you survive."

Moli also discussed the Mandela effect,' defined as an “instance of false collective memory.”

"If the quantum immortality theory is correct, you're just going to wake up in a parallel universe with no memory of the fact that you just survived an apocalyptic event,” Moli asserted.

"The only sort of hint or clue to the fact that this has happened would be new Mandela effects.”

"So, after the inevitable apocalypse occurs, you're going to wake up the next day in a new reality, and the next thing you know, you're going to find yourself on Reddit talking about 'Since when did Pizza Hut have two Ts?!' Arguing with people who are native of this new reality, talking about 'It's always had two Ts,'" she said.

Moli went on to argue that apocalypses take place on a daily basis without us truly realizing it.

“What I'm basically implying here is that in our reality, apocalypses happened every day. You don't believe me?” Jolie asked. “Okay, it's been about 65 million years since the asteroids allegedly took out the dinosaurs ... So, you mean to tell me that in the last 65 million years, no other asteroids have come through the neighborhood, taken us out? You think we're just that lucky, huh?

"No other super volcanic events in 65 million years? We're just out there in space just, dodging asteroids by luck, right? Earth doesn't have a steering wheel,” she continued. “So what I'm saying is that Earth is probably always being taken out, and our consciousness just keeps [being] transferred to another parallel universe – and then another one and another one,” Moli insisted.

"For all you know, the apocalypse probably already happened last night ..." she concluded.

Moli's video, which earned 4 million views, was met with concerns by TikTok users.

"Thanks, I was overdue for another existential crisis,” one person commented.

"Bestie, I just woke up. It's too early for this," another person wrote.

"The thought of never being able to actually die is extremely depressing, and it's giving me a headache,” a third person commented.

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Milton Quintanilla is a freelance writer and content creator. He is a contributing writer for CrosswalkHeadlines and the host of the For Your Soul Podcast, a podcast devoted to sound doctrine and biblical truth. He holds a Masters of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary.

TikToker Shares Multi-Dimensional Theory That Humans Never Truly Die, Sparking Anxiety