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16 May 2018, 02:01 | Lucia Cruz
Research says Multiverse may not be a non-supporter of life
The study is an outcome of a team of researchers from- Australia's University of Sydney, Western Sydney University, the University of Western Australia, and Durham University, UK. As to why there is so little dark energy in this universe, scientists still do not seem to have an answer, but they believe that the multiverse theory does not give the right answers. And, dark energy might be the common thread between these universes.
Multiverse is a concept according to which we are in one of the several universes, in which the dark energy composition is low.
The result of collaborative research between a number of universities shows that life can survive outside our Universe, regardless of the Multiverse hypothesis.
And their simulations were developed utilizing the EAGLE (Development and Assembly of Galaxies and their Environments) job, among the most reasonable programs mapping the observed universe. The papers questioned dark energy and the potential for existence of alien life in other universes, reports ScienceExaminer.
The team ran computer simulations of universes that have different levels of dark energy and found that such universes, if they exist, could also harbour life.
Experts are now looking to come up with a new physics law which could explain the property of the universe.
The dark energy issue has been a hot topic of research by scientists and it has become clearer and clearer that we do not have a firm grasp of its function - it turns out that we may be wrong about the limitations of energy everywhere. These universes will be filled with Earth-like planets, society, and even Alien life that may be very similar to ours. This shows that the universe is still expanding in some areas and will continue to grow indefinitely.
In doing so, it produces multiverses: an endless supply of universes similar to our own, inhabited with Earthlike worlds, societies as well as people that resemble us.
In general, it is clear that our understanding of dark energy is lacking.
This opens the doors to the likelihood that life could be feasible throughout an extensive range of other universes, if they thrived the researchers said.
At this point in time, the direct application of knowledge is not much, but as we advance in technology, we may finally have the tools to put these findings into practice.
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