The result of collaborative research between a number of universities shows that life can survive outside our Universe, regardless of the Multiverse hypothesis. Many scientists have debated over whether or not our own universe is singular or one of many others. Fiction writers and philosophers have rallied around this theory, in the hope of finding the truth to it. According to most experts, the main problem about this idea is that it’s impossible to test. Others have called supporters of the parallel universes theory “non-supporters of life evolution”.
However, Jaime Salcido, a masters student from the Durham’s Institute for Computational Cosmology, thinks that the multiverse theory inly indicates that our own universe is one of many. Moreover, this concept shows that new universes are born like bubbles in an enormous multiverse that has both physical laws and fundamental constants. When it comes to the evolution of life forms, Salcido claims that the dark energy and gravity strength matter a lot. Dr. Luke Barnes, who helped Salcido in his effort, many people thought of the Multiverse theory as the explanation to our very lucky ticket. We are lucky enough to live in a universe that has beautiful galaxies which allow life.
The Multiverse theory and alien life
The simulations that the team conducted showed that expansion caused by dark energy has nothing to do with the birth of stars. Therefore, it also has nothing to do with where life can exist. This idea proves that life can exist anywhere in the Multiverse. But this research does not look to debunk the Multiverse theory. Instead, it claims that the small quantity of dark energy in our universe could be explained by the natural law. The only problem? This has not yet been discovered.
Experts are now looking to come up with a new physics law which could explain the property of the universe. It seems that the theory of the Multiverse cannot do this.
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