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How many parallel universes are in the universe?
3, or perhaps more. It depends on the theory to which you ascribe. For example, recent research done at the Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) led to the creation of ekpyrotic theory. According to ekpyrotic theory, our universe and its creation stems from the collision of two "branes" that could theoretically and literally represent parallel universes. According to Julian Barbour, an infinite number of parallel universes exist, since every time a decision is made on either the microscopic or macroscopic level, a bifurcation is created leading to the birth of a new "universe". Long answer short, minimally 2 parallel universes, maximally infinit.
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The vast surrounding space and everything in it is called the universe. The universe includes everything that exists:- stars, planets, asteroids, comets, meteors and meteorite…s.
to enter a parallel universe you have to be able to be able to go in a black hole without dieing and have some sort of way of coming back out and since you are going to be str…etched out your going to have to find a way in\\out in one piece like a super suit Additional answer: Because of quantum theory, you may be able to enter a parallel universe using electrodes that alter your brainwaves to a different frequency, thus completely changing your reality. It may or may not be a parallel universe, but a very vivid dream that you are completely submerged in. You can also enter altered brain states by playing low frequency sounds while you sleep or meditate. They're called hemi-sync sound patterns and they cause you to lucid dream. Remember that parallel universes are not actually trillions of light years away but right next to you; they co-exist in the same universe you are in, yet you cannot observe or interact with them normally. This is due to collapse of reality into a single state by observation.
That would be cool, but to go to a parallel (opposite) universe, you would to have an power device, I can't think of it. But to go there would be very interesting. Many physic…smodels, plus various string theory models predict that they may, or that our universe in one "bubble universe" in a multiverse of billions and billions of universes. Though the main reason for the hubbub about it today is that this universe is extremely fine tuned for life. So the question is why, its statistically impossible for it to be unless one of two things, some physicists conclude. Either there is a God who created this Universe tuned to allow for life, specifically human, or there are an infinite amount of universes in this mulitiverse that allow blind chance to "roll the dice" trillions and trillions of times, and eventually "come up" with an outcome that is our universe, To the actual point of the question: lots of people may have tried to go to a parallel universe; however, as far as we know no one has yet succeeded, and it's unlikely that anyone ever will. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, I mostly disagree with the previous answer; in that I do believe it is possible to traverse through alternate realities. And according to recent studies I have done on the subject, there are currently millions of tiny portals which criss-cross through different universes and dimensions. It's all quite technical, but basically it's just an anti-black hole. And that might sound a bit counterintuitive, but according to my theory, when certain particles of antimatter collide with particles of dark matter (yes, they are different). This creates a flucuating field of antiprotons which gravitomagnetically attracts gravitons, which naturally orbit around the field of dark matter. This creates a dense ball of negative energy, which ultimately implodes and creates a deep gravity well, much like a black hole. However, these wells are immediately drawn to wells in parallel areas of space, causing them the merge into a transdimensional gravity tunnel. Unfortunately, my research indicates that 99.9 % of these are smaller than an electron, along with the discovery that it is relatively rare for a perfect tunnel to form (a new gravity well is created every 2.7 seconds, yet only .2 % of these are joined to one in another universe). However, I believe that one day we may be able to make an arteficial one (a traversable one), and evidence does show that particles such as electrons and protons can suddenly disappear (likely when they are either used in the production of a gravity well, or that they fell victim to one, as they would "disappear", because these gravity wells would be expected to be completely invisible). Some evidence also suggests that some tunnels may grow as large as a golfball, which would have enough gravitational pull to easily drag an adult human into an alternate universe (perhaps explaining some mysterious disappearances; e.g. Amelia Earhart, Flight 19), or perhaps merely sucking them in to their instant and painless death, their atomic structure being torn apart and devoured by a bottomless gravity well. Regardless, I hope these studies will prove helpful. Enjoy!
there is a theory that there are. the choice is up to you! Einstein said that Schwartzchild wormholes may be a gateway to alternate universes the math is quite complicated but… on paper it is quite possible ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Theoretically, we do have parallel universes, and some [although not alot] of evidence supporting this theory has come up. Answer: Actually, even though the notion seems entirely ludicrous, there is some serious math behind the parallel universes theory or the many-worlds interpretation.
So far there is no evidence, this is left up to your imagination. Scientists are skeptical into believing that there could be an alternate universe, but some people stil…l keep up their hopes in believing that there is one.
There was never a big bang until around 10,000 years after the world began this created parallel universes but the laws of gravity are different because of illusions. every 10…,000 years there will be a bang to create new parallel universes
a parallel universe is where there is a different universe that is completely opposite; so if you make a decision that person in the parallel universe will do the opposite. Ev…en very little things could change what happens in the parallel universe- such as what you wear or what you eat for breakfast.
A university refers to an entire educational system. It would include undergraduate college, graduate and professional schools, research centers, administration, affiliates a…nd so forth.
one unless you believe in the multiverse
Perhaps one, perhaps many. Anything you hear about other universes is just speculation for now.
There are 4 main theories about parallel uni/multiverses (yes, that is the correct term). Type 1. There are parallel Earths elsewhere in this universe- there could be an infin…ite number of parallel Earths, or any random number, each one with different outcomes of everything, changing whether you have green hair, or brown hair, or no hair at all. this is all to do with the butterfly effect, which is when one thing changes huge things, like war, or politics. Type 2. In this theory, there is a thing called hyper space, which is what contains multiverses. In hyper space, there is nothing, and that means absolutely nothing at all, but other theories say that hyper space is riddled with dark matter, which is invisible- at least to our eyes. These multiverses are in universal bubbles, which float around in hyper space, and could eventually collide with each other. This means that we might be able to find a way to transport to or at least make contact with these other multiverses. As in the first theory, the different multiverses have different outcomes. Type 3. This is the hardest theory to get your head around. First, each multiverse is flat. O.K? Now, each multiverse is connected by invisible strands of matter to 'membranes' the same size as the multiverses. These 'membranes are pulsating like waves, and keep the multiverses going. These multiverses and membranes look like this: l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I l-I In this diagram, l is a multiverse, - is an invisible strand of matter, and I is a pulsating membrane. And, finally, type 4. There are no parallel uni/multiverses, and we are alone. But this is boring, so ignore it. Hope I helped : )
There is insufficient information at this time to answer this question; many varying and conflicting theories and hypotheses exist, however, many of these even vary among …interpretation (for example, the unified 'fundamental theory of physics,' m-theory, can be interpreted to call for infinite universes, or a seemingly arbitrary but set number). The word universe etymologically implies only one, which has led to the term 'multiverse' to refer to a collection of universes. This, however, deals with very theoretical branches of theoretical physics, and is so subject to interpretation it can hardly be called science more than 'educated guesswork.'
The word universe meaning all (or all as one(uni=1)) is everything around us. Impossibly big to imagine, this is all the galaxies and planets and stars ever catalogued and mor…e. Some people believe their are others but these ideas are bleak and uncertain. Light itself is slow comparative to its massive area so stars in just our galaxy (of which there are trillions (1,000,000,000,000s) of in the universe) are measured in distance away in light years (how far light travels in a year). A light year itself is 5 Exametres (5 quadrillion kilometres). Might you ask me how i know this then i have no idea i am only 12.
University admissions The process for gaining admission to a university varies from school to school. Most universities have a staff dedicated to assisting prosp…ective students with the admission process. If you look at the web site of the university that interests you, somewhere you will see a phone number or email address for the admissions department. You will be contacted by a coordinator and you will be on your way.