What is the theory of Einstein about Parallel Universes?

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That somewhere in the universe somehow there is us but different as we may be robots or be wizards that the world is not as it seems. That our normal is what they wish to understand and be apart of just we would love to be apart of there world. You would have to most likely travel on the pretty colours in Antarctica to reach these places you would also have to find a very high frequencies of energy. The reasons no one has tried is because it is extremely dangerous.

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