**What is QCI?**

QCI Theory is a combination of imaginary numbers with the mathematics of quantum physics. It predicts the existence of other universes, alternate realities with distinct laws of physics.

**What does QCI stand for?**

QCI stands for "Quantum Complintegrodynamics", as it is a quantum framework employing a complex version of path - integration. Another name for this theory is "the MDM model", standing for Multiphase Discretization Metaverse.

**What are some practical applications of QCI?**

If confirmed experimentally, a tentative possibility, certain models of QCI could possess practical application. For example, energy could be generated, extracted from other universes. Conservation of Energy does not apply to many of the universes in the QCI multiverse.

**Who discovered QCI Theory?**

Julian von Abele discovered QCI Theory, and maintains this website and the media networks. He is currently a high school student; read about the author.

**Could QCI be confirmed experimentally?**

QCI Theory might be confirmed experimentally. High-energy phenomena are predicted to correspond to novel physical phenomena, as a result of QCI. High-energy particle collisions might correspond to missing energy signatures, at about the 100 TeV scale and above. Alternatively, astronomical observation, if detecting a gradually decreasing luminosity of stars since the Big Bang, could offer strong evidence in support of QCI Theory.

**What's the difference between QCI and imaginary - time path - integration?**

QCI Theory generalizes the time - slicing index to the complex numbers, not the time interval. As such, it allows different limits to infinity of the index in the complex plane, corresponding to a spectrum of possible particle propagators. The results of this generalization, seeing an extended version of the Schrodinger equation, are entirely unique, involving a p - norm and a region in the complex plane where different universes exist. Such derivations are explained in our paper.