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7 Fact About Parallel Universe (Theories & Evidence)

7 Myths About Parallel Universe

Is our universe unique? From science fiction to science fact, there is a concept that suggests that there could be other universes besides our own, where all the choices you made in this life played out in alternate realities. The concept is known as a "parallel universe," and is a facet of the astronomical theory of the multiverse.

 Parallel universes.
And last but not least as the idea of parallel universes. Going back to the idea that space-time is flat, the number of possible particle configurations in multiple universes would be limited to 10^10^122 distinct possibilities, to be exact. So, with an infinite number of cosmic patches, the particle arrangements within them must repeat — infinitely many times over. This means there are infinitely many "parallel universes": cosmic patches exactly the same as ours (containing someone exactly like you), as well as patches that differ by just one particle's position, patches that differ by two particles' positions, and so on down to patches that are totally different from ours.

It’s Not Just Sci-fi Nonsense

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Sure, everyone from Captain Kirk to Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s had some sort of alternate-reality deal going on at some point, but the fact is that there just might be something to the whole parallel-universe thing. We’re going to keep it simple and start with a cosmologist named Alan Guth, who came up with the concept of “cosmic inflation,” which is the notion that for a tiny slice of time after the Big Bang, the universe’s expansion was exponential, which is to say not only fast, but holy-crap fast. Relax, you’re not going to get tested on this.

Another Day, Another Multiverse Theory

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Multiple universes, multiple theories. Some of them are pretty familiar by now, like the bubble multiverse imagined by Linde and Valenkin. Then, there’s the concept that every move you make spins off another in a series of branching universes, where you… wait; this is easier with an example. Say you flip a quarter. The universe branches into two realities: one where the coin comes up heads and one where it lands tails. Now imagine that happening for every decision you make. Pretty soon, you have an epic tree of branching parallel universes.
One of the strangest theories tosses a slew of new dimensions into the mix. No, really; we’re not going to go too hard into this, but M-theory (which, if you must know, is the theory that unifies five superstring theories. Again, you won't be tested on this) calls for a universe of 11 dimensions. And things just get weirder from there.

We May Have Already Collided With Another Universe

1. There is a large area of space that is devoid of any galaxies called Eridanus Supervoid that is about 1 billion light years across. It has been theorized by cosmologist Laura Mersini-Houghton, to be an imprint of a parallel universe. – Source

2. The average color of the universe is a beige-ish white and therefore the color is named “Cosmic Latte” – Source

3. During one of Stephen Hawking’s lecture in Japan, he was asked not to mention the possible re-collapse of the universe, billions of years into the future, for fears of its effects on the stock exchange – Source

4. Thanks to the experiments conducted in CERN, we now know that every atom in the Universe could be undone in an instant by a simple, unpredictable and an unstoppable event, i.e., a quantum tunnel causing a phase-shift in the Higgs field. – Source

5. A ‘Googolplex’ is such a large number, that if you were to write a ‘1’, followed by a ‘0’ on every single hydrogen particle in the known universe, you would not even get close to writing out the full number. – Source


6. The loudest events in the universe are starquakes. The largest ever recorded was in 2004, the star Magnatar SGR 1806-20 adjusted itself with the force equal to 22.7 on the Richter scale. It happened 50,000 light years away from Earth, but if it would have been 10 light years away, it would have caused mass extinction of all animal and plant species on earth. – Source

7. There are more variations in the game of chess than there are atoms in the known universe. – Source

8. Bismuth has a half-life of more than a billion times the estimated age of the universe. – Source

9. There is a “one-electron universe” hypothesis proposed by theoretical physicist, Richard Feynman in his Nobel lecture, which postulates that there exists only a single electron in the universe, propagating through space and time in such a way as to appear in many places simultaneously. – Source

10. There is a theory proposed by many physicists that our universe may exist inside a black hole and that every black hole in our Universe may contain a totally new Universe. – Source

Some Evidence Photo of  Parallel Universe

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The so-called cold spot, circled below, has attracted attention as possibly being too large and too cold to be easily explained.

BY SUJEET KUMAR

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