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Do Other Universes Exist?

Author : Oisin

Submitted : 2017-06-17 18:24:35    Popularity:     

Tags: Universes  Exist  

Is the multiverse theory true and is there other universes that are parallel to ours?

Answers:

who would care for?
the universe is so much big, it will never have been explored not to mention have been exactly examined.

Unknown for sure.
Just pure speculation right now.

Multiverse theory has not been proven for sure yet, however, it is highly probable. As we may assume that every choice that we make becomes a reality somewhere, and for that choice to have a physical setting we would require a different universe, as in the current one things that have occurred already do not have the characteristic of being reversible.
There remains no concrete evidence to support this theory as other universes may exist parallel to ours with no direct influence to ours.
The mathematics involved in string theory requires us to define the existence of a multiverse, and this is traced down to defining the nature of sub-atomic particles.

Yes. Every choice you make (cross the street or not, buy a candy bar or not, all the other choices in your life stream) leads to a different line of consequences. The other branches are just as real, but you will never see them or know they are there. They and everyone and everything else's choices of "time lines" lead to other universes. Billions of them, everywhere.
That is a bit different from the idea of other universes next door to ours. There are very few astronomers trying to find out if that is true and worthy of getting grants and telescope time.
But the theory of alternate universes existing in time lines is also not worth pursuing. Some feel we can never go back in time to take a different branch of existence, so to pursue a theory of it is not within our reality.
As to an integrated set of universes that are "parallel" and exact duplicates to ours (to within a reasonable level, with a bit of chance or random variation) is a third idea that might be more than a theory with no evidence (yet) to support it. This is more like quantum physics about "branes" and string theory at the other end of the size and mass spread of existence than astronomy.

Right now, there is a heated debate (pun intended) about the "cosmic cold spot" found in the data used to map the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). It could be another universe close to, or touching ours, a gravitational distortion, or something else.
http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news...

In a sense, yes.

The topic was hotly debated back in the 1920s.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Deba...

Interestingly, in the century since then, very little progress has been made in cosmology except a bit of tweaking and cosmetic adjustments here and there.

Can you imagine what a media farce a similar debate would be today? Just be glad that there is not the slightest trace of evidence that there is more than one universe.

Cheers!

If multiverse theory were true, then it would not be a theory, it would be a fact. Because nobody knows whether it is true or not, it is a theory. Actually theory is too strong a word. It's more like an hypothesis or speculation.

Personally, I think it's ridiculous.

the entire theory is sci fi based on bogus math , as scientists run out of research ideas they are coming up with ever more fantasy ideas to create funding

As of right now, we simply don't know... there's some equations that require at least one other universe to exist beyond ours, but it's only theory, as is the 'multiple' universes idea....
Studies continue...

Nobody knows. There is no conclusive evidence either way.



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