If We Live in a Multiverse, How Many Are There?


Fri, Oct 16th, 2009 13:11 by capnasty NEWS

Theoretical physics has brought us the notion that our single universe is not necessarily the only game in town. Satellite data from WMAP, along with string theory and its 11- dimensional hyperspace idea has produced the concept of the multiverse, where the Big Bang could have produced many different universes instead of a single uniform universe.



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