Modern astrophysics suggests that there are multiple universes. String (or M) theory suggests
that there are upwards of 16 spatial dimensions, several of them are curled up very small, too
small for us to detect. But the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) is going to try to detect gravitrons
- the particle that carries gravity - and see it present in the sum of the energy produced in the
particle accellerator - then see if that amount of energy decreases and it lost. Now, matter and
energy can neither be created or destroyed (except by God) so if gravitrons are detected then
they 'dissapear' - we would have evidence of them seeping out into a parellel universe!
Questions that need to be answered if there are multiple universes
If there are multiple universes -and for each path that any particle can take, a new universe
is created - so that new parallel, alternate universes are being created all
the time - to the extent that a
fractal type pattern can extend on into exponentially more universes as time passes - and
they are created when two universes intersect with eachother ...
Where did the first two universes come from?
Could the first universe have folded in to collide with itself, then spawned the next
Whichever answer there is, it requires that something must have initiated the birth of the
first universe out there in the bulk (hyperspace - the space in which the multiverse exists).
Therefore there must have been some higher power greater than any universe or hyeperspace,
that created the first universe! It would help science prove that there MUST be a
If there was at one time only one universe, then for more than one universe to exist, it must be
possible for a universe can interact with itself in order to create a new universe.
So, where does the energy and matter come from when a new universe is created?
How much matter/energy does each universe loose when it interacts with another universe, or
itself, and creates a new universe?
Do universes fade out and 'die' by loss of material from the giving up of itself that
happens each time a parallel universe is created?
What is the 'membrane' of a universe made of, that it can contain all energy and matter
that we can experince?
If a universe is like a slice of bread, could you slice it in half as you would a
sandwich, making the upper and lower 'membranes' meet and create a new universe in that
manner? Is this how the first universe became two? Are new universes still made in this
How much room is there in hyperspace, that it can contain every possible universe in
existence and that will ever be, taking into consideration that universes may dwindle out and
vanish over time, like a leaky tire deflating when it interacts with a lot of nails?
What will happen when hyperspace is filled up and there are is no more room for new
If universes are not made by the creation of matter and energy, but rather by previous
universes giving up some of themselves to create this new universe - then will there not be a a
lesser volume of each subsequent universe as permutations increase in number?
Could such a loss of material lead to a universe in which the laws of physics and galaxy
formations do not hold up, and no life can exist there, and the ultimately lead to the death of
Could universes interact such as to combine and form a larger universe?
Can beings from
one universe move into another, and still survive?
Can a universe contain another separate universe within itself, like a bubble within a