Wednesday, 16 January, 2019

Aliens exist but may be in parallel Universe, say study

Science Says: Multiverse May Sustain Life High dark energy levels in Multiverse doesn't mean life can't exist outside our Universe
Adrian Cunningham | 17 May, 2018, 04:33

However scientists at Durham University claim these heavenly bodies would still have actually formed even if a universe had 100 times the dark energy that ours does. He further added that just a small portion of the "baby universes" take birth so that they possess the adequate quantity of "dark energy", something that is required to support life. Appending massive amounts would lead to such a speedy growth that it would lessen the matter before any stars, planets or life could form. The answer lies in the dark energy and enigmatic force that is expediting the expansion of the universe.

Using massive computer simulations of the cosmos, the researchers discovered that the addition of dark energy (as much as a few hundred times the amount that is observed in our Universe) would have a significant impact on planet and star formation. What they do understand now is that the existence of life is not entirely based on the availability of dark energy.

The study of simulated theory can not completely challenge the multiverse theory, but it definitely provides a new way to study the amount of observed dark energy in the universe.

"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.

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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.

Two closely related research papers were published recently by scientists from Durham University. The dark energy is defined as the unusual force, which is triggering the universe to expand. This suggests that in some regions the universe is still expanding and will continue to grow indefinitely. These universes would be populated with Earthlike planets, societies, and perhaps even alien life that is quite like ourselves.

The result of collaborative research between a number of universities shows that life can survive outside our Universe, regardless of the Multiverse hypothesis. But the formation of galaxies and other universes is not limited to that.