Scientists Claim Multiverse May Sustain Life

Wednesday, 16 May, 2018

Radio cosmologists from around the globe have been stuck to their sets for a considerable length of time to tune in to that one sound from some place in space which would demonstrate that an outsider life, adequately propelled, exists some place in our universe.

Finding Alien life has always been a priority for many scientists and enthusiasts, and the fact that this Alien life is likely to exist outside our universe is a source of comfort.

Now new research led by Durham University, UK, and Australia's University of Sydney, Western Sydney University and the University of Western Australia has portrayed that life could possibly be habitual throughout the multiverse.

The dark energy quandary has actually afflicted researchers for many years, stated Jaime Salcido, postgraduate trainee of Durham University.

"We found in the simulation that the universe, which is much darker than our energy, can happily form stars".

The team claimed that even if the universe has 100 times more dark energy than our universe, stars and planets still have time to form - increasing the possibility that Alien life may exist outside of our own universe.

Using simulations of the cosmos, researchers led by Durham University found life is still possible with far more dark energy than is present in our universe.

The search for alien life has always been a priority for many scientists and enthusiasts alike, and the fact that this alien life is quite likely to exist outside of our universe is comforting in a way.

And their simulations were developed utilizing the EAGLE (Development and Assembly of Galaxies and their Environments) job, among the most reasonable programs mapping the observed universe.

We would expect to see up to 50 times more in our cosmos based on the multiverse theory, they said.

Their findings are released in 2 associated documents in the journal Regular monthly Notifications of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Although the results do not rule out the Multiverse, it seems that the tiny amount of dark energy in our Universe would be better explained by an, as yet, undiscovered law of nature.

Researcher Richard Bower of the Durham University said that according to him, a "new law of physics" should be looked for in order to completely explain the mysterious "property of our Universe", which can not be done appropriately by the theory of Multiverse. He further said that the multiverse concept shows baby universes getting birth like that of bubbles in a huge multiverse with many fundamental constants and physical laws.

The Multiverse is a hypothetical group of numerous separate Universes, including the one where humans reside.

"I think we should be looking for a new law of physics to explain this unusual property of our Universe, and the Multiverse theory does little to rescue physicists' discomfort", he added.

The presenter and physicist Prof Brian Cox supports the idea there may be many universes. The dark energy is defined as the unusual force, which is triggering the universe to expand.

It can not be seen directly with telescopes, but astronomers know it to be out there because of its gravitational effects on known matter.