Saturday, November 19, 2016

Question of the Week: Is Our Universe One of Many? 🌌

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Scientists today increasingly talk and write about the multiverse. (View in Browser)

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Multiverse: Is Our Universe One of Many?
What is the Multiverse?
The multiverse is the belief that our universe is just one of many. Presumably, each universe exists parallel to and independent of one another. If this sounds like science fiction, philosophy, or religion, it is, because the multiverse could be classified in any one of those categories. Whatever the multiverse is, it definitely is not science. How can the multiverse be scientific (given that science is the study of the natural world using our five senses) when other universes, by definition, are beyond our ability to detect?
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