Why we think there's a multiverse
I found the short description of the conversion of high vacuum energy into particles and radiation to be enlightening. I'd be interested in seeing this expanded to cover current theories with cosmic strings and universes with different cosmological constants and laws of physics. Also, given that the universe was superimposed onto other possible quantum states, does that imply that there are essentially an infinite number of similar universes within a multiverse for each universe's inflationary periods?
"Every true, eternal problem is an equally true, eternal fault; every answer an atonement, every realisation an improvement." -Otto Weininger The best measurements of the distant Universe — out beyon…
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