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We don’t know how many bubbles of inflationary universes might have seeded in some sort of over-arching background called a “false vacuum.” This is a part of a larger string theory problem: it is so generic that the number of universes and the values of fundamental constants in those universes are largely unconstrained. One way to narrow the field is to look for evidence of these other bubbles. This is exactly what a group of researchers has done.
originally posted by: IBossJekler
That is a really great theory. Or maybe instead of making universes when it goes through your ring it almost cloaks them from view by shifting their frequency, could have been from the beginning when the universe got its kick start.
So I was just thinking about string theory and a multiverse. I thought what would be the best way to "clone" universes. The easiest way I think our universe could be created in the multiverse is like a bubble blower ring. A "super hot" ring going through antimatter creating universes. The ring is matter and the "liquid" if you will is antimatter.