Multiple Universes by Mehau Kulyk
Multiple universes, conceptual computer artwork. Some physicists believe that there are an infinite number of parallel universes, created for each possible quantum mechanical outcome. The collective name for these universes is the multiverse.
In his new book, Stephen Hawking hem haws about how if different particles were slightly different charges, then the world would be thrust into chaos, using these thought experiments as evidence for a designed universe. He contralaterally theorizes that the “laws of gravity and quantum theory allow universes to appear spontaneously from nothing.” This, he…
'Parallel Universes' Photographic Print - Detlev Van Ravenswaay | Art.com
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Michio Kaku Explains the 11th Dimension of the Multiverse
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku has initiated the conversation as to why other universes in the multiverse could have many more dimensions, and has spoken out on the multiverse having 11 dimensions. Though merely theory, as has yet to be proven, it is an interesting one to reflect on nonetheless. Advertisement What exactly IS the multiverse? […]
Is The Universe A Multiverse Bubble? Physicists Are Trying To Bring It Into The Realm Of Testable Science | Amazing Science
Never mind the big bang; in the beginning was the vacuum. The vacuum simmered with energy (variously called dark energy, vacuum energy, the inflation field, or the Higgs field). Like water in a pot, this high energy began to evaporate – bubbles formed.Each bubble contained another vacuum, whose energy was lower, but still not nothing. This energy drove the bubbles to expand. Inevitably, some bubbles bumped into each other. It’s possible some produced secondary bubbles. Maybe the bubbles were…
"Big Bang or the Big Bounce?" -- New Science Points to a Continuum | Amazing Science
The big bang may not have been the beginning of the universe, but merely the beginning of one of an infinite series of universes. Two fundamental concepts in physics, both of which explain the nature of the Universe in many ways, have been difficult to reconcile with each other. European researchers have developed a mathematical approach to do so that has the potential to explain what came before the Big Bang. The big bang singularity --the single point from which the entire universe is…
Do You Have Rh Negative Blood? New Theory Suggests Your DNA Doesn’t Come From Earth
An interesting new theory suggests if you have an RH negative blood type, you may have a kind of “alien DNA”. Studies show that Rh negative blood types do not carry the gene originating from the rhesus monkey, the supposed animal humans evolved from. So if we have all come from monkeys, why do some […]
Will we ever have a theory of everything?
Physicists want to find a single theory that describes the entire universe, but to do so they must solve some of the hardest problems in science
What Is (And Isn’t) Scientific About The Multiverse
The Universe is all there ever was, all there is, and all there will ever be. At least, that’s what we’re told, and that’s what’s implied by the word “Universe” itself. But whatever the true nature…
▷ En busca del multiverso — Astrobitácora
En la célebre apertura de Cosmos: Un viaje personal, Carl Sagan comenzaba su intervención con la frase: «El universo es todo lo que es, todo lo que ha sido, y todo lo que será». Hasta donde sabemos, no hay ninguna forma de viajar más allá del universo. Hemos elucubrado sobre qué hay más allá del universo observable pero… ¿y si […]