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How many universe are there?
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.'
one unless you believe in the multiverse
York University has around 51,000 students enrolled. It is the third largest university in Canada and has an alumni base of over 200,000. There are 7000 staffs in its eleven f…aculty.
there is only one the universe is what contains everything in space
There are 21 halls at the University of Kentucky. Halls such as Kirwan and Blanding have several buildings, but they have the same floor plan.
We have no means to count the number of planets in the universe, most of which are too far away for us to see them, but it is very likely that there are a great many, perhaps …on the order of 1018 or more.
0. University Of Florida is the last place you'd expect to find an athlete.
little bit over 80
there are probably 3 state universities but I'm not really sure about it so i would just say there are 3 state universes
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Higher education in Norway is offered by a range of seven universities, five specialized colleges, 25 university colleges as well as a range of private colleges. Source: Wikip…edia
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.