Imagine that parallel universes exist. How many would you say? And how different are they from the Universe in which we live? To these and other provocative questions were looking for answers outstanding British . Remember the TV series "Journey to parallel worlds"? In this student-physicist conducted experiments to study gravity, but gravity instead of machine accidentally invented a portal to parallel universes. Together with his friends and accidentally fell into a portal while moving a musician and student began their journey to countless numbers of parallel worlds.
alas, this portal did not invent. However, in collaboration with the theoretical physicist Thomas Chertogon of the University of Leuven (Belgium), Hawking came up with a way that will allow humanity to answer the burning question — are there parallel universes?
The First person, interprets the multiverse an infinite number of parallel or alternative worlds, was science fiction writer Michael Moorcock. In the Saga under the name "the Eternal warrior" Moorcock described about two dozen incarnations of the main character of their works. And the term coined in 1895 by philosopher and psychologist William James, who had invested quite a different meaning, namely, the plasticity of perception of reality (I have no idea what it is).
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Despite the fact that in science fiction the idea of parallel worlds and was previously described by many authors, Saga Moorcock has breathed new life into the theory about alternate worlds. Since the 1970s about the multiverse is not just lazy writing. Soon joined by science fiction scientists.
Supporters of the theory of the multiverse are today many well-known scientists. Among them, an American astrophysicist and science popularizer Neil Degrasse Tyson, British theoretical physicist Brian Greene, a Swedish-American cosmologist and astrophysicist Max Tegmark, and theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, who wrote about parallel worlds the same book. In it, Dr. Kaku thinks about the Universe and tells us what does modern physics.
Despite such eminent supporters of the multiverse theory — the cause of disputes in the scientific community. We may think of the countless versions of ourselves living in parallel worlds, but the fact is that nobody can prove or disprove. Today, thanks to the suicide work of Stephen Hawking, we may finally have the opportunity to learn the truth.
Note that in my scientific work physics rely on today, the dominant Big Bang theory.
Hawking and Hertog propose to send in a space probe for deep space exploration. As planned by the scientists, the spacecraft must be equipped with a special detector to collect information. But where are they gonna find her?
gave nearly the beginning of the Universe 13.5 billion years ago. Since then she has continuously expanded and cooled. Stephen Hawking and Thomas Hertog developed a theoretical model in which the universe is expanding infinitely, and presented it in the form of a two-dimensional hologram.
a So according to Stephen Hawking and Thomas Hertog looks a multiverse.
When scientists began work, both believed that all parallel universes are very different from each other. But the study came to the conclusion that most likely all are one and the same physical laws, therefore they do not differ from each other.
So, if this morning in our Universe, you were drinking coffee, the parallel could drink orange juice. No unusual forms of life there, apparently not. Only you and the other orange juice. Provided that you exist in this parallel universe, of course.
But back to the Big Bang. Among the huge amount of energy and radiation resulting from the explosion in the first second after it appeared the CMB. It is believed that the CMB (which is often called the microwave background radiation) that envelop the entire Universe. Thus, it has much to tell us about its history.
Stephen Hawking and his co-author believe that , if it exists, was supposed to leave a mark in . It will have to be detected by a special detector mounted on the spacecraft. Or not detect — which in turn will mean that there are no parallel universes do not exist.
What do you think, are there or are there parallel universes? Share your thoughts in the comments or in our .
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