RE: Heinlein's 6^6^6
There is an infinite number of possible universes. They just exist in a six-dimensional time/space. They can exist in ours just as easilly. It isn't the number of dimensions that allow for the multiverses, but the number of possible points (infinite) in any dimension, from one on up.
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