# 鏡は平等な宇宙ではないことをどのように証明していますか？

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“えー、それは雄牛です***！ミラーはただの鏡です！”リタは宣言します。

Joe proceeds to lay out the following~

〜鏡〜ユニバース\$ 10〜法律〜

1. Law of Rotation: For each one
orientation of a mirror (rotated spherically or in 3D space) there
is exactly one universe perfectly symmetrical to
our own.
2. Law of Quantity: There are infinite
orientations possible in a sphere, so there are
infinite universes parallel to our own.
(Sidenote: Why not just have one mirror universe? Why do we
need infinite parallel ones? Because moving an entire universe when
you pick up a mirror seems like a lot more work then connecting to
a bunch of other ones
)
3. Law of Non-Uniqueness: Every universe began at
the same time and progressed in the exact same way, with the
exception of being “flipped” as we observe in a reflection. That
means we are nothing special.
4. Law of Boundaries: The line of
symmetry
in each case is defined by the
mirror
itself.
5. Law of Congruent Copies: Changing the
orientation of a mirror links to another exact replica of that
mirror universe – they are all congruent to each other through transitivity
6. Law of Interaction: We cannot exchange matter
into these universes because for every one
particle that attempts to cross the threshhold, exactly
one congruent particle meets it at the
barrier.
7. Law of Weak Reflectional Attraction: A weak
force along the mirror accounts for substances “stuck” to each
other across the threshhold. This is why mirrors can be dirty: the
boundary has a slight pull that makes dirt, etc stay on the plane
of the mirror instead of falling as if there was simply air.
8. Law of Rigidity and Flatness: Boundaries such
as funhouse mirrors or reflections in water serve only as distorted
windows; they must be flat and rigid to allow actual
interaction.
9. Law of Heat Transfer: The
medium of the mirror (metal, etc)
moderates heat transfer, which is why you don’t
feel immediate warmth when you touch a mirror with your hand.
10. Law of Medium Maintenance: That which would
break the mirror surface due to pressure or momentum will do so
before trying to pass through. Each new shard is
its own boundary.

Joe は、”あなたの ‘理論はこれを説明していません」とRitaは言います。
リタは、家庭用オブジェクトをピックアップし、ミラーは単純な光の反射であることを示しています。

## リタは何をしていますか？

ベストアンサー

それを落とさないために必要な最小限の力で、リタ

this would be placing the pole of two magnets against each
other.

I contend that these would be the same poles, which repel each
other; if you’ve ever done this, you know this repulsion tends to
push the magnets sideways relative to each other.
@Dr Xorile, in comments, suggested the symmetry of the alternate
universe would mean the poles would in fact be opposites. This
makes no real difference; that would cause the magnets to “snap”
together from their magnetic attraction.

Either way, the magnets will exert force on each other and
they will move accordingly.

だからリタはジョーの推測が間違っていることを証明する。

ジョーは、法7、またはリタのグリップそのものが、これについてまだ説明していると主張するかもしれない。