The multiverse theory could be a theoretical abstract in modern cosmology (and high energy physics) which presents the thought that there exist a colossal array of potential universes which are actually manifest in some way. There are variety of various sorts of potential universes - the various worlds interpretation (MWI) of physics , braneworlds predicted by string theory, and other more extravagant models - and so the parameters of exactly what constitutes the multiverse is different depending on whom you speak to. It's unclear how this theory can actually be applied scientifically, so it's still debate among many physicists.

One application of multiverse in modern debate are often how invoking the anthropic principle to elucidate the finely tuned parameters of our universe without recourse to the requirement of an intelligent designer. As the argument goes, since we are here we all know that the region of the multiverse during which we exist must, by definition, be one among the regions that have the parameters to allow us to exist. These finely tuned properties, therefore, require no more explanation than explaining why humans are born ashore rather than under the ocean surface.

Also Known As:

- multiple universe hypothesis
- megaverse
- meta-universe
- parallel worlds
- parallel universes

**Is the Multiverse real?**

There's solid physics supporting the thought the universe we all know and love might be one among many. Partly this is often because there's quite a method to form a multiverse. Take a glance at five sorts of multiverses and the way they might actually exist:

**Bubble Universes**- Bubble universes are fairly easy to grasp . In this theory, there could are other explosion events, thus far faraway from us that we will not imagine the distances involved yet. If we consider our universe to consists of the galaxies created by an enormous Bang, expanding outward, then eventually this universe might encounter another universe created much an equivalent way. Or, maybe the distances involved are so major that these multiverses would never interact. Either way, it doesn't take an enormous leap of imagination to ascertain how bubble universes might exist.

**Multiverse from Repeating Universes**- The repeating universe theory of multiverses is predicated on infinite space-time. If it's infinite, then usually the pattern of particles will repeat themselves. In this theory, if you travel far enough, you'd encounter another Earth and eventually another "you".

**Parallel Universes**- constant with this multiverse theory, the universe we perceive isn't all there is. There are additional dimensions beyond the three spatial dimensions we perceive, plus time. Other 3-dimensional "branes" co-exist in higher-dimensional space, thus acting as parallel universes.

**Daughter Universes**- quantum physics describes the universe in terms of probabilities. In the quantum world, all possible outcomes of a choice not only can occur but do occur. At every branch point, a replacement universe is made .

**Mathematical Universes**- Mathematics is taken into account a tool wont to describe the parameters of the universe. However, it's possible there might be a special mathematical structure. If so, such a structure could describe a totally different kind of universe.