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Other intelligent and technologically capable alien civilizations may exist in our Universe, but the problems with finding and communicating with them is that they are simply too far away for any meaningful two-way conversations. But what about the prospect of finding if life exists in other universes outside of our own?
Originally posted by SuperSlovak
reply to post by SDiazIVC
dont ask me, i dont even know what a multiverse looks like. cool to think about though.
Anyway's to clarify your question as to what a multiverse is in theory, that is fortunatly very simple.
A multiverse is a namecollection of different universes that span the same location with the exception of the four-dimension space/time grid because of a different phasevariation. Simply put, other universes are here, yet are not here because of a phase-variationshift in the fourth dimensional wall (that latter thing would be the space/time grid all here know of the general relativity law of Albert Einstein).
So there you go, easy as a potato on a stick.