LIFE IN THE MULTIVERSE

Does this weird cold spot far out in in­ter­ga­lac­tic space mean we once rubbed against an al­ter­nate re­al­ity? And if so, what does this mean?

Science Illustrated - - CONTENTS -

For decades, sci­en­tists have ques­tioned the­o­ries about our uni­verse not be­ing the only one. Now, as­tronomers have dis­cov­ered the first pos­si­ble ev­i­dence that the uni­verse is sur­rounded by many oth­ers, in a multiverse. A cold spot in space could be a sort of scar, re­sult­ing from a col­li­sion with an­other uni­verse.

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