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Originally posted by VraxUK
There's been a pretty popular theory floating about in the past few years that the universe we live in, isn't the only one that exists.
But Professor Efstathiou said the search was inherently worth it. He explained: "It would be a pretty amazing thing to show that we have actually made physical contact in another universe. It's a long shot, but it would by very profound for physics."
Interesting article, maybe this could account for some of the strange "energy" beings people have encountered, and reported. Is it possible for energy to pass through the walls of their own universe? Strange, strange times we live in.
If this was proved, somehow, could it be tangible that highly advanced races could jump from universe to universe?
Originally posted by Mimir
People allready sugested the parrallel universes. I suggest a parrallel multiverse in a sea of "infinite" thin hyperspace (who is to say there hasent been "singularityexplosions in other places). So you would have "infinite" universes with "infinite" parrallelworlds in a "infinite sea of cosmos".
Originally posted by Greensage
Of course there is another Universe! This one is called Heaven and the other one is called Hell!
LOL, and they call that a discovery!
Recently the European Commission approved the construction of three high powered research laser. The primary purpose of these lasers is to search for theoretical particles. They are hoping to build a fourth laser that could potentially "tear apart the vacuum of space-time" to reveal the matter and anti-matter within.
The first three sites will be situated in Prague (Czech Republic), Szeged (Hungary) and Magurele (Romania) and should be operational in 2015. The fourth site will be selected in 2012 and is scheduled for commissioning in 2017.
The fourth laser, that will be located at the ELI-Ultra High Field Facility, will combine 10 beams into 200 petawatt pulses that will only last 1.5 x 10^-14 second. This is 100,000 times the power of the world electric grid in a tiny fraction of a second. This fourth laser could produce a new understanding of particle physics, nuclear physics, gravitational physics, nonlinear field theory, ultrahigh-pressure physics, astrophysics and cosmology.