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Is there more than one universe?
Question Date: 2006-01-20
Answer 1:

I was absolutely convinced that there was only one known universe so my immediate thought was to say no. However, out of curiosity I did some further research and I found a NASA scientist who claims that not only can other universes exist, some actually do! So not only did you ask a great question,you taught me an excellent lesson at the same time! Heres the NASA link I found:
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