We’re all familiar with the multiverse theory, which has become a ubiquitous plot device in just about every comic book, TV, and movie franchise. Marvel’s Injustice: Gods Among Us series puts this to great use, and recently, CW’s The Flash visited Earth-2 and met their doppelgangers. This theory basically suggests that there is an infinite number of parallel universes filled with infinite possibilities – and in one of those universes, infamous pop star Justin Bieber may just be a physicist.
How would that look like?
1. Justin Bieber’s net worth is currently at $200 million, which is increasing at around $60 to $80 million per year.
Source: Perez Hilton
But would physicist Justin Bieber be rolling in the same amount of dough? Probably not, especially with that Doctor Who collection. Life-sized TARDIS replicas don’t come cheap, you know.
Source: The Bolton News
2. In late 2014, the Biebs uploaded a photo of himself in the bathtub – complete with jewelry and a goatee made of bubbles.
Physicist Justin Bieber might also tweet photos of himself while soaking, but with less bling and more trying to recreate Archimedes’ “Eureka!” moment.
3. In 2015, Justin Bieber tweeted a photo of his bare ass and got a massive number of likes.
Source: Gossip Cop
Physicist Justin Bieber might be too busy being the admin of a role-playing Facebook page for Isaac Newton to worry about butt photos. And most of his likes come from his mom (and that Albert Einstein account he also admins).
4. Here’s a trivia for you: Justin Bieber has over 50 tattoos. One of them is of his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez.
Source: Tatoo for a Week
Physicist Justin Bieber would have very different tattoos.
Well, he would try to get a tattoo, but it probably won’t end well.
Source: Edge Cast CDN
5. Justin Bieber is notorious for getting drunk and doing nasty stuff, like drag racing under the influence, or peeing into a mop bucket while trying to exit a restaurant via its kitchen.
Physicist Justin Bieber, on the other hand, would get drunk on spiked punch at a convention and end up doing impromptu standup on stage.
And remember nothing the next day.
This is, of course, just for fun. Justin Bieber is not a physicist (in this universe, anyway) and this is not an accurate representation of all physicists. You are all unique snowflakes and, in the words of the great Biebs himself: