10 mind-boggling things you should know about quantum physics

The article reports about QM, "4. It may lead us towards a multiverse"

My observation. QM does lead to the multiverse. See these 3 reports. Black holes, aliens, multiverse & Mars: Space TED talks you need to watch, https://forums.space.com/threads/black-holes-aliens-multiverse-mars-space-ted-talks-you-need-to-watch.39002/, May 2021.

Is the multiverse physics, philosophy, or something else entirely?, https://astronomy.com/news/2017/01/what-is-the-multiverse, January 2017.

What is the multiverse?, https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/what-multiverse-ncna876136, May 2018. Summary of the three reasons for accepting the multiverse in this report. 1. Inflation model used in BB triggers the multiverse to evolve. 2. String theory leads to 10^500 different universes. 3. QM or quantum theory in the *many worlds* view of QM.

My observation. Without the multiverse, explaining the origin of the electron, proton, and other constants used in science is not answered. One could argue for design and purpose in the origin of the universe but the multiverse with quantum fluctuation(s) as the creator is a method that avoids this conclusion in science.

"The inflationary universe. Guth, A. H.; Steinhardt, P. J. Abstract A new theory of cosmology suggests that the observable universe is embedded in a much larger region of space that had an extraordinary growth spurt a fraction of a second after the primordial big bang. Publication: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 5, p. 90 - 102 Pub Date: May 1984 Bibcode: 1984SciAm.250e..90G Keywords: Cosmological Models:Inflationary Universe"

"There are only 3 options for the origin of this universe: 1) it has always existed 2) it suddenly appeared from nothing 3) it was created supernaturally -“It is then tempting to go one step further and speculate that the entire universe evolved from literally nothing.” - Guth & Steinhardt, May 1984, Scientific American"
"9. It explains the universe’s large-scale structure"

My observation. This point in the article briefly discusses inflation. Some lessons I learned about 3D space expansion rates and changes that must take place in BB cosmology.

In summary inflation epoch features 3D space expanding > 1E+21 c, ref Alan Guth
Recombination era features space expanding >~ 109 c until CMBR forms, ref angular size or diameter distance
CMBR until present features space expanding some 10^-18 cm/s/cm ~ 67 to 83 km/s/Mpc, ref Hubble constant
Diameter of universe today (13.8 billion years after BB) ~ 93 billion light-years across, ref various reports

Using the cosmology calculators, https://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/help/cosmology_calc.html, https://www.kempner.net/cosmic.php

You can use z=1100 and see the angular diameter or angular size distance of the universe at recombination or when the CMBR light appears. That is about 42 million light years size for the universe so space expanded this size in about 380,000 years or so after the BB event. None of this space expansion rate and changes can take place with a wrong cosmological constant in GR. Wrong space expansion rates in the BB model and the CMBR is very different or non-existence and no universe too. Same applies for the mass of electron and proton and their lifetimes vs. rapid decay and disappearance. The public should have greater transparency from the quantum club and cosmology department concerning space expansion rate changes like this I feel.