Long viewed as simply a useful heuristic for modal semantics of natural languages, actual evidence for existence (or perhaps more precisely subsistence) of possible worlds has come from the unlikeliest of places: research in foundational geometry and topology from the early 2000’s. The results of Garoufalidis and Levine were largely ignored by the philosophical community until the empirical capabilities of the Skokie National Laboratory’s (SNL) Multi-Dimension Detector Oscillatory Device (MDDOD) became such that the MDDOD could distinguish lambda-variations of fewer than three Kripke-diamonds (3K◊). Subsequent development by Prof. Rudolph “Rudy” Schmendimman of North-Central Nebraska State Polytechnical University (Omaha – State Street Campus) followed as Schmendimman recursively applied Occam’s Razor with closer and closer approximations of the Garoufalidis and Levine surgery method to the notions of The Absolute, The Perfect, and the Form of the Good. Said Schmendimman, “I’m lucky to have found such a connection because I can finally leave the Cave behind.” He indicates the future research will follow. His next step: empirical demonstration that we are in fact existing in the maximal upper limit of the K◊-manifold, what is termed in the field as ‘the best of all possible worlds’.