There are universes everywhere. Imagine this: The entire universe, now focus it on the galaxy, now the solar system, now the planet, and so on till you get to your eye, from the eye there are molecules, which can be broken down into elements, which can be broken down into protons, neutrons, and electrons, which can be broken down into quarks, etc, etc. So basically, Infinite is in everywhere. There are an infinite number of numbers between 0 and 1.
Going from there and reversing it, this universe could be a part of a giant quark of a giant atom. But who knows, and what use would come from knowing that all this universe is is a fragment of a fragment of an atom?
Considering the depth and consistancy of concepts like physics, yet the absurdity of free will and the chaos of spontainity, these opposing factors are too consistant to make sense as such.
If it is a mind, it's an abnormally complex and in depth imagination, and it's definately not dreaming because it's too mundane for that.
Of course, if it were just 'horton hears a ho' well... maybe.
But if it's someone else's mind? Well all I can state is that if that's the case, they are BORING AS HELL. Yeu hear me brain thinky person!? YEU ARE BORING! That's right, yeu just got called out by yeur own mind, meaning yeu're totally dealing with split personalities and one of them thinks yeu're a boring tard, so go think up something way more awesome! And dream me up a sammich, I'm hungry.
It doesn't matter if they're right. If they can't proove they're right, then they're wrong. No matter how right they may be.
...Going from there and reversing it, this universe could be a part of a giant quark of a giant atom. But who knows, and what use would come from knowing that all this universe is is a fragment of a fragment of an atom?