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Mathematical Proof Of Parallel Universes

02 Mar

Parallel universe is not simply the concept of sci-fi. Mathematical discovery made by Oxford scientists avows that multiple universes really exist.  Parallel universe theory was first proposed by an American physicist, Hugh Everett. The theory attempts to solve many of the mysteries of quantum mechanics. Everett claimed that the university splits off, every time a new physical opportunity is explored.  There is a possible alternative outcome in the alternate universe for each event occurred in our own universe. This implication offers plenty of alternative scenarios in everyone’s life, which would be strangely endless. This theory has gained great acceptance from past life regression therapists and quantum physicists.

Many critics dismiss parallel universe theory as scientific fiction, as the idea is bizarre. However, many credible people and researchers are propagating this theory nowadays.  It is gaining new adherents continuously. New research studies will unveil new evidence. For the first time, the Oxford scientists offer a mathematical answer to this controversial theory. This research shows that Dr Hugh Everett was on the correct track, when he publicized his multiverse theory. Many experts believe that this research study is one of the most important developments in the history of science. It opens up new doors to past life regression therapies, which in turn can help individuals to solve uncorrectable problems in their life.

Quantum mechanics specify that not anything can be said to be present at a subatomic scale until it is really observed. Particles occupy probable states until them. They may have simultaneous up and downs and appear to be in various places at the same time.  Simply observing them may help to confirm a particular state of reality. Scientists do not have a right explanation for how it works till now. However, this has not changed the fact that the parallel universe phenomenon is real.  Unobserved particles are termed as wave functions in quantum mechanics. If an observer is able to measure them, he can find out that the particle settles down in any of the multiple options. This can help to explain the parallel universe theory.

The mathematical experts in Oxford University were led by Dr David Deutsch. He revealed that the universe is dividing into similar versions of itself. He added that it can help explicate the nature of quantum results. The work has another bizarre implication. The idea of parallel universe theory would evade the main complaint with time travel. Time travel was first suggested by Kurt Godel in 1949, but it faced numerous controversies. The physicists gave a grandfather example to strengthen their argument. For instance, if a person could go back and kill his grandfather, there is no chance for his birth. If the parallel universes exist, there is a solution to these problematic paradoxes. Dr Deutsch claims that time travel shifts occur between various branches of reality. He adds that any individual can go into another universe. However, he agrees that there will be plenty of work to do before we can influence space time. 

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6 responses to “Mathematical Proof Of Parallel Universes

  1. lukescott313

    March 2, 2012 at 7:55 am

    very insightful. thank you very much for sharing. namaste

     
  2. Tish Ann

    August 21, 2012 at 11:15 am

    There is an interesting radio show about traveling to and living in alternate realities (parallel universes) at http://www.beyond3dbooks.com. Once you get to the website, simply scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page, and an audio player is on the far right hand side.

     

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