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you are the
for the universe

The universe like you've never imagined... loving, persuasive, and in need of your talents! 

Meaning in the Multiverse is the first book to speculate that meaning is transmitted to us through an all-natural, computational multiverse.

Modern science has taught us that the fundamental workings of the universe often run counter to our intuitions.


  • Time does not flow, it is frozen in a continuum with space.

  • Our perception relays a fitness interface, not reality.

  • A single particle of matter can create a wave-like interference pattern.


We are also incorrect in our understanding of meaning and our place in the universe.


The hypothesis that the universe is fundamentally a computer running parallel processes--including optimizations--offers us new ways of understanding peak experience.


Meaning in the Multiverse is the first book to tackle the interrelatedness of meaning and existence--whether it is the possibility of an afterlife written to a universal "database" or the unique perspective consciousness offers to the universe itself.

The multiverse does not just persuade us toward greater meaning for our benefit...

Our meaningful states are essential to

the deeper meaning of the multiverse!

Great thinkers have diminished human's role in the universe due to our small stature as material, but since the universe is fundamentally computational, some of our abilities take on increasing grandeur, including:

  • Our conscious, personal, felt-experience... the fact that the world is illuminated from where you sit.

  • Our ability to increase our knowledge and build material and computational items.

On its own, the multiverse cannot appreciate itself OR create knowledge--it needs us to do these MEANINGFUL things.

The multiverse is persuading us to live an examined life, one more aligned to our shared meaning.


  • To be mindful in our experiences.

  • To flow with existence especially in pursuits that further science, society, or culture.  

Man’s search for meaning has been using a water witching rod when tools like the Hubble Space Telescope are available.

Meaning in the Multiverse, will take off the lens cap and stare into the true source of human meaning—the dynamic multiverse.

A Conversation with Justin Harnish, Author of Meaning in the Multiverse!

A Conversation with Justin Harnish, Author of Meaning in the Multiverse!

If you enjoyed this conversation, please consider supporting the author by buying a copy of his book. You can get your own copy of Meaning in the Multiverse here: -About Meaning in the Multiverse- In Meaning in the Multiverse, Justin Harnish takes the reader on a journey from the unimaginably small scale of elementary particles to the incomprehensibly large scale of the entire universe and the multiverses. From the weirdness of the early quantum experiments, an understanding of how these phenomena may directly impact the conscious experience of reading this line. Such content can be a recipe that yields a feeling of smallness and personal unimportance, but not so in Meaning in the Multiverse. Harnish impresses the reader with the majesty of all that is, while in the follow through of the same stroke accomplishes his goal of providing the reader with uniquely compelling reasons to feel a sense of belonging and individual value, as he calls it, all-natural meaning. The scientific revolution with its skepticism of ill-founded beliefs took with it many of humanity’s desperately-sought answers for why it matters at all to exist, and Harnish’s scientific approach fills this void using the same methodological tools that created it. -About Justin Harnish- Justin Harnish is a writer, engineer, and nonprofit founder. He is the author of the book Dance to Spawn A Galaxy and has collaborated on numerous patents and papers in semiconductor engineering and data science. Justin serves his community as the Creative and Development Director of Women of the World (, a non-profit women refugee service organization he founded with his lovely wife Samira Harnish. Women of the World offers custom critical service and capacity building to displaced women resettling in Salt Lake City, where Justin works and lives. Samira was recently awarded the Americas Nansen Award from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for excellence in refugee service. Justin loves his blended family including his wife Samira, Samira's 4 children, 3 granddaughters, 1 grandson, and his Silky Terrier (formerly known as) Prince!
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