Following the Multiverse theory and a possibility that multiverses do not differ much when compared with one another, can we explain a person accessing thoughts or vision from a different multiverse? For example through dreams or being in an inebriated/drunken state?
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I'm pretty sure that any answer that could prove this to be true would likely win a Noble Prize. While we have some fantastic users on this site, which are great at giving accurate and thought provoking answers often getting evidence from all corners of the internet... i feel it may still be a bit far for them to stretch.
But if Handwavium is acceptable then you've already answered your own question. when you dream you see snippets from other universes. do you need more than that?
If so... Delta waves are the slowest and highest amplitude brain waves. ... This stage is also, associated with a unique brain wave pattern, in that during REM (Rapid eye movement) sleep, a sleepers brain waves demonstrate characteristics that are similar to waking sleep, a combination of alpha, beta, and desynchronous waves. perhaps the high amplitude of the waves allow the human brain to cross the multiverse barrier?
Stated that we are following the Multiverse theory then yes, not only it's possible, it has to be true for some *verses.
It's basically a tautology, nevertheless it's prefectly valid for the multiverses.
How can this be achieved? There are undreds ideas in books, comics and film. Since multiverses are a pure speculation (so far) you should just choose the one you prefer, no one can say anything to falsify your concept.