I was watching a series (I think it's called Cosmos) on the science channel and it was about alternate universes. I'm really interested in this now. There is also a connection with this on an episode of Fringe, wher Dr. Bishop explains alternate universes and how each one varies from the next. So think about it. Everytime you do something it leads off into an alternate universe. For example, say you walk to the fridge and get a glass of soda to drink. In your universe you pour a glass of soda and close the fridge and walk off to watch your show. But in another universe, you could have opened the fridge and the soda could have fallen out spilling all over the floor. In another universe, you could have tripped, fall, and receive a concussion from hitting the refridgerator door. It's fascinating. Imagine the possibilities. What if dinosaurs never went extinct and gave rise to an entirely new sentient species? What if Nazi Germany conquered the world? What if John Mccain won the election instead of Barrack Obama? What if Michael Bay never directed the Transformers movies? (I'm sure many of you on this board would gladly attempt to go to that universe lol) If this is true, there's an infinite number of universes out there, each slightly different than another. Multiverse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Just a bit extra information. Name some events that you think would be different in an alternate universe.