Before I can begin answering it, we must first
start by understanding the roots of the Multiverse
theory black holes. Black holes are
super-heavy stars that collapsed onto themselves
(although that is what we think). Inside
each black hole is what scientists call a point
of singularity. Physical laws do not exist at
these points and modern science cant predict what
happens in them. Some scientists believe that
these black holes could be tunnels or wormholes
to other ends of the universe.
The only problem is that gravity in these
holes has enough force to crush any kind of
spaceship we have today. So physicists and
astronomers have thought up new theories to
understand these black holes and one of these
theories is the theory of the Multiverse.
Remember when I said that physical laws do
not exist at points of singularity? This
means that laws like Newtons' Laws of Motion would
not exist. Gravity would be gone. Even forces at
the microscopic level would not exist. Could
you imagine a proton being attracted to another
proton or maybe a proton repelling an
electron? If this were true in our
universe, then none of what we know about our
world would be true. This means that galaxies,
stars, planets, and even life that we know would
be completely different or even nonexistent.
These points of singularity would be so
different that it would be an entirely new
universe. So if the theory of the Multiverse
is true, then points of singularity would link our
universe to other universes like freeways
connecting cities to cities. A connection between
universes or a multiverse would be created.
The Big Bang Theory tells us how our
universe was created. Our universe has
infinitely many stars and each time one of those
stars collapses, we would have a new black hole or
a new universe. That new universe would have a
completely new set of laws that govern their
universe. Many universes would then exist at
each and every black hole in our universe. Since
we have no control over the creation of black
holes and the physical laws that govern each point
of singularity, it would be unlikely that a
universe could affect the outcome and future of
another. But I believe that in the future when
we gain a better understanding of our own universe
with the help of newer and better technologies,
the answer to this question would be much more
On the other hand, this theory isn't
completely finished. The theory helps to
explain how our universe might have been created
and how vastly different it could be from others.
Maybe other universes have life like ours or
maybe our universe was the only special one to
have life. But I think the ultimate question that
this theory asks is where did it all begin?
I will let you try and figure this one out.
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