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They didn't determine it. They saw anomalies, and their best guess is that another universe is causing the anomalies, since scientists don't know anything in our universe that would cause such anomalies.


Uh, what about inflation in the early universe and primordial cosmological perturbations?

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Uh, what about inflation in the early universe and primordial cosmological perturbations?
I think the WMAP satellite was looking into something like that a few years ago. On the other hand, if physicists BEST guess is to go as far as to say that these disturbances are being caused by other universes, I think they may have discounted that.
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While I agree that would be awesome, a multiverse does not imply that the other Universes are copies of ours with different outcomes.

They are completely different.
For instance, every other Universe doesn't even contain a "you". I'm not sure how probable that would be, but it would be possible. Even in an infinite set.

Although according to theory, if there is one endless universe... you should eventually come across the same exact copy of yourself (although with a completely different lifestyle). Due to full atom patterns repeating.

True, but if there is an INFINITE number of other universes then technically there are an infinite number of universes where a copy of me doesn't exist and in infinite number where a copy of me does. And thus, An infinite number of universes exist where I am a Calvin Klein model who's partying at a copy of the playboy mansion right now. Also, an infinite number of universes exist where im procrastinating on the internet in my underwear. Like this one.thumb.gif
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This is all in a desperate quest to figure out why gravity is so incredibly weak compared to the other 3 forces. The best theory so far is that the "gravitons" only briefly exist in our universe/dimension before quickly escaping into another universe/dimension, we are only left feeling a tiny fraction of their actual force. And this all ties in with finding the Higgs.

Yay for theories thumb.gif
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I think the WMAP satellite was looking into something like that a few years ago. On the other hand, if physicists BEST guess is to go as far as to say that these disturbances are being caused by other universes, I think they may have discounted that.


Well the "inflationary period" was always a little hard to swallow anyways.The rest of the theory is to elegant for that monstrosity anyways

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I'm starting to wonder if scientists are starting to just make stuff up to meet their quota.

They made up computers and the internet too.
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While I agree that would be awesome, a multiverse does not imply that the other Universes are copies of ours with different outcomes.

They are completely different.
For instance, every other Universe doesn't even contain a "you". I'm not sure how probable that would be, but it would be possible. Even in an infinite set.

Although according to theory, if there is one endless universe... you should eventually come across the same exact copy of yourself (although with a completely different lifestyle). Due to full atom patterns repeating.

True, but if there is an INFINITE number of other universes then technically there are an infinite number of universes where a copy of me doesn't exist and in infinite number where a copy of me does. And thus, An infinite number of universes exist where I am a Calvin Klein model who's partying at a copy of the playboy mansion right now. Also, an infinite number of universes exist where im procrastinating on the internet in my underwear. Like this one.thumb.gif

It is probable, but not certain.

Where do you draw the certainty from?

An infinite set of Universes could very well all be exact copies of our own.
Again, who knows how likely that is.
But the very fact of that being possible, eliminates certainty from your Calvin Klein clone.
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It is probable, but not certain.

Where do you draw the certainty from?

An infinite set of Universes could very well all be exact copies of our own.
Again, who knows how likely that is.
But the very fact of that being possible, eliminates certainty from your Calvin Klein clone.

I don't think you quite grasp the infinite part of all this.
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It is probable, but not certain.

Where do you draw the certainty from?

An infinite set of Universes could very well all be exact copies of our own.
Again, who knows how likely that is.
But the very fact of that being possible, eliminates certainty from your Calvin Klein clone.

I don't think you quite grasp the infinite part of all this.

What don't I grasp?

Infinity is a quantity. It tells me how much of something there is.

It doesn't tell me what that something is.
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What don't I grasp?

Infinity is a quantity. It tells me how much of something there is.

It doesn't tell me what that something is.

Under the assumption that there are truly an infinite number of universes, everything that's possible will happen, no matter how improbable.
    
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