Taken from the book "Parallel Worlds'
Chaotic Inflation: A version of inflation, proposed by Andrei Linde, whereby inflation occurs at random. This means that universes can 'bud
off' other universes in a continual, chaotic fashion, creating a multiverse. Chaotic inflation is one way to solve the problem of ending inflation,
since we now have the random generation of inflated universes of all types.
It could be that this could be the end/start of another connected universe.
In physics we have the 'uncertainty priciple', Which basically means that it might take an astronomically large amount of time, but you might
eventually say....randomly teleport half way across the universe.
Now I can't remember, or find for that matter the basis for this priniple but I believe it has to do with the 4 universal forces and the theory of
the big bang, being a unified particle that went through the effect of 'tunneling', thus letting forces leak out and spread outward creating the
expanding universe as is theorized.
Basically the 4 forces are:
The strong nuclear force: It is charaterised as the force that binds the nucleus of an atom together. It keeps the particles jumping around inside
The weak nuclear force, it allows nuclear decay, allows the nucleus to fall apart since it is not strong enough to hold it together.
The electromagnetic force, characterised as the electricity and magnetism relation to particles.
Physicists, theorize that these 4 forces work together inside atoms, but they have yet to prove the gravity factor, apparently, according to the
But anyways, particles bounce around inside the nucleus, as the strong nuclear force keeps them in, but theres still a chance that one particle might
slip out, this is 'tunneling'. You take in concideration the rate at which the particles smash against the nucleus (very often, and very fast), and
it becomes apparent that tunneling is rare, probably like a 0.0001 chance of happenig, but there still is a very small chance that it will happen,
depending on the speed of the particles and I guess the strength of the strong nuclear force.
Basically scientists hypothesise that this is happening on a grand scale, and that anything can happen even if it violates physics. This is quantum
If theres some inaccuracies in there please correct me so everyone else can understand.
But basically now that I explained this principle, you'll know what I mean by this phenomenon could just be, simply.. random.
Maybe this spot is just unique, or perhaps its evidence of the multiverse. Who knows.
Just throwin that out there.
EDIT: It is believed wormholes may be formed by a process of tunnelling.
[edit on 24-8-2007 by CavemanDD]