We have now discussed all the multiverse models considered the most elaborate among theoretical physicists studying such questions. It is quite difficult to wrap your head around some of those models, but I hope that I provided the ideas behind each of them in a fairly comprehensible way. Today, in the last article of this […]Read more "How do we confirm that we inhabit the Multiverse?"
We have finally come to the last of the multiverse ideas that are presented in the book “The Hidden Reality” written by Brian Greene a few years ago. This idea is called the ultimate multiverse – also known as the mathematical universe hypothesis – for a particular reason. It is really all-embracing. If this Multiverse […]Read more "The Ultimate Multiverse"
In our Multiverse journey we’ve passed down a long road through Friedman’s expanding Universe, inflationary cosmology, quantum mechanics, superstring theory and even thermodynamics. What combines all of these concepts is that they’ve come to our attention through physical laws. Some of the considered theories have been confirmed to an extraordinary level of precision, while others […]Read more "The Simulated Multiverse"
There were quite a lot of Multiverse concepts that we have covered so far. Some of them are really involved, but I hope that my explanations provided a way to conceptually grasp these concepts. There remain only a couple of models which we are not familiar with. Today we shall be talking about a model […]Read more "The Universe as a Hologram"
The last three times we were concerned with the Multiverse models each of those is highly connected with the notions of the Superstring theory. This time we are going to consider another model which rises from the notions of quantum mechanics with all its bizarreness. The idea was proposed by one of John Wheeler’s students Hugh […]Read more "The Quantum Multiverse (The Many-Worlds interpretation to quantum mechanics)"
A few weeks ago I was talking about the concept of Brane Multiverse which gains attention of physicists concerned with the superstring theory (or, equivalently, with the M-theory). Then, I showed how the Cyclic Multiverse model was improved upon the notions of this theory. Today our goal is to have a look on another Multiverse […]Read more "The Landscape Multiverse"
All the previously described Multiverse models were considering other Universes being located ‘somewhere’. The Quilted Multiverse model relies upon the infinite Universe with countless worlds similar to one another repeating through space, the Inflationary Multiverse model depicts endless inflation producing countless bubbles each of those becoming a separate Universe and the Brane model gives its […]Read more "The Cyclic Multiverse"