Lately the number of papers regarding the existence of parallel Universes has increased. With the discovery of a highly dense and luminous object prompted a scientist to confirm Multiverse theory.
The object discovered by cosmologist Ranga-Ram Chary, is, as he called it, a mysterious glowing entity. Chary literally stumbled on the portentous luminous globe when he was attempting to map the trail of the oldest light in our humble Universe. As theory states, this light of yore is the remnant of the Great Big-Bang recombination.
Recombination is considered to be a stage following the Big Bang, placed by scientists approximately 378.000 years ago. In this stage, charged electrons and protons coalesce in order to form what is called an electrically neutral hydrogen atom (Hydrogen atoms are usually neutral because they have a single electron hovering around the nucleus and a single proton).
Chary thoroughly documented his finding and published them in the Astrophysical Journal. According to his theory, the mysterious luminescent object he has observed is a rare cosmological phenomenon known as Cosmic Microwave Background. Basically, CMB is a thermal radiation that dates back to the Recombination epoch. Scientist to confirm Multiverse theory by linking the luminous phenomenon to space-time collision. He states that the observed glow could be very well construed as proof that there are in fact an infinite number of parallel Universes, coexisting with our own.
The observed thermal radiation is believed to be proof that out Universe could have clashed with another. In order to further research the corpus of light, Chary used the data gathered by ESA’s high powered telescope name Planck. His observations pointed out that the object glowed approximately 4500 times more brightly than expected.
Scientist all over the world have debated about the truth behind the Multiverse Theory. During studies, astrophysicists have hypothesized that if the multiple Universe theory stands firm, than we could easily be looking at an infinite number of Universes, parallel to our own, each of them being governed by different sets of physical laws.
Although Chary’s theory seems to have everything wrapped up, a number of scientist come to refute his theory, saying that his findings could actually be interpreted as being intergalactic background noise and nothing more.
So, how can use everyday terms to explain the inner working of the Multiverse theory? If the theory is correct and parallel worlds do exist, than we can easily consider that in each of these Universes there is actually a variation of ourselves doing or undoing things.
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