posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 11:51 PM
Originally posted by dreamingawake
Multiverse theories have been under criticism. So, it's been a bit more of a challenge to move forward with proof, thus why they have been slow on
That article is pretty pathetic in the proof category:
"It brings the idea of eternal inflation and bubble collisions into the realm of testable science," said research team member Daniel Mortlock,
an astrophysicist at Imperial College London...
Mortlock and the team, led by graduate student Stephen Feeney of University College London, searched the best available observations of the cosmic
microwave background for signs of bubble universe collisions, but didn't find anything conclusive...
The researchers developed a computer algorithm to analyze CMB observations for patterns that would fit. In data from NASA's Wilkinson Microwave
Anisotropy Probe (WMAP), the program found four regions in the universe that were flagged as promising. However, statistical analyses suggested these
patterns were likely to be random, resembling the circular shapes of collisions simply by coincidence.
So they've looked for proof in "the realm
of testable science", and they haven't found any: "didn't find anything conclusive".
At least they think they know what to look for. I guess they'll keep looking. I think they've been reading too much sci-fi.
I can also say I'll have documented proof of ghosts when the utensils at the unused place settings at the table start moving by themselves, and I
videotape it. I'm still looking at the utensils, they haven't moved yet. But I may be on the verge of having proof of ghosts if I see them start to
move. That's about the way that article reads to me. (Well, they did move during an earthquake once, but I guess that doesn't count as proof of
Let me know when they find something conclusive.