A brief history of the multiverse

inflationary universeAndrei Linde
The theory of the inflationary multiverse changes the way we think about our place in the world.
According to its most popular version, our world may consist of infinitely many exponentially large parts, exhibiting different sets of low-energy laws of physics. Since these parts are extremely large, the interior of each of them behaves as if it were a separate universe, practically unaffected by the rest of the world.
This picture, combined with the theory of eternal inflation and anthropic considerations, may help to solve many difficult problems of modern physics, including the cosmological constant problem.
In this article I will briefly describe this theory and provide links to the some hard to find papers written during the first few years of the development of the inflationary multiverse scenario….
Read more at http://arxiv.org/pdf/1512.01203v1.pdf

One thought on “A brief history of the multiverse

  1. Could invading or encroaching multiverses help push apart the expanding gaps between the galaxies?
    Could that cause pressure or curve space time more, causing extra unexplained gravity in our galaxy?

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