Take a look at Science Loop on Youtube with this new interesting video. It seems that Marvel's Loki Series is BROKEN! (NOT ClickBait), In every Episode, we can see Loki's parallel variant but at the End The Scientist says...but this is Absolutly wrong! I have some Logic!
MARVEL’S infamous ANTI-HERO Loki has made his way out of many "Impossible to escape" situations before, but in the new Disney+ Hotstar show Loki (the God of Mischief) may have finally become entangled in a fight that he can’t win - the war against time by getting the Tessaract with the power of his cleverness but believe it or not the time travel and the branching of the universe in Loki is possible according to the Quantum Theory. Let's see the Science of it. In Marvel Universe there's a Multiverse and time travel but is there any Logical hypothesis that can Affirm the Logical prove of Multiverse? Let's chase down the broken material science of Loki's Time Travel and Multiverse. In the 1st scene, Loki goes to a time jail and observe this animation video. (Supremessy) This isn't as it were the Science fiction. Quantum Hypothesis proposes at the starting of the universe all of the timeline colliding, quantum vacillation is taking put all over and out of that we got our world. So where's it broken? Back in Newtonian material science, he says that time streams same for each point on Space but Einstein came along and says "no" time is a bit like stream. It can moderate down and can speed up. and after that Quantum material science takes put and says the river can part up completely different branches and create a parallel reality. For more absolutely assume this tree may be a Timeline of a fundamental universe.
Time Stamps in video:
0:00 Loki Episode 1-6, Multiverse
0:34 Physics of Loki (break Down), What is multiverse?
01:13 Science of Time (Newton, Einstine, Quantum)
02:21 TVA and Real time travel
03:19 How to go across Parallel Universes (Einstein - Rosen bridge)
03:45 We Need Answer! Absolute broken
"Loki" is an American television series based on Marvel Comics featuring the character of the same name. Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), it shares continuity with the films of the franchise and takes place after the events of the film Avengers: Endgame (2019), in which an alternate version of Loki created a new timeline. Loki is really produced by Marvel Studios.
"Loki" premiered on June 9, 2021. Its first season, consisting of six episodes, concluded on July 14 and is part of Phase Four of the MCU. It seems to have received positive reviews, with praise for the performances and visuals. An interesting second season is in development.