Multiple Universes , are they , could they be real ?

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  1. river

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    I was asked , priviately , if there was more than one Universe , besides ours .

    Don't know .

    But I do know this ; everywhere in which telescopes are focused on space that has no light , in duration these voids are filled with light which comes from galaxies .

    Galaxies never end . Energy and matter never ends .

    So is there , are there , other Universes besides our own ?

    I don't think so .
     
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  3. river

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    We need telescopes that focus on an apparent void , blackness of space , everywhere , for as long as is gets light from other galaxies to reveal their light emittance .

    There maybe a focus of our telescopes , in an area of space , where no light is detected for a 100 years .
     
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  5. wegs With brave wings, she flies . . . Valued Senior Member

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    Hmm. If space time goes on infinitely, wouldn’t that mean it would start repeating at some point?
     
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  7. kx000 Valued Senior Member

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    In my religion we define the universe as all things. Our universe would assume or be assumed by another "universe." More likely there is no such thing as multiple universes.
     
  8. river

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    It could .

    But what is being repeated ?
     
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  9. river

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    The Universe is all things .

    All things being defined in the energy and matter form . And Life forms .( Intelligence ) .
     
  10. river

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    Energy and mass forms .

    Galaxies , Quasars
     
  11. river

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    If we do , find this ( to my last statement ) then the shape of our Universe will become clearer .
     
  12. wegs With brave wings, she flies . . . Valued Senior Member

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    Space time would repeat itself as long as there was change. I think.

    I've been interested in the concept of ''entropy'' lately, and if this were to happen, then entropy would be at its maximum.

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  13. river

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    Yes

    Movement and consistency of movement .
     
  14. river

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    Movement and consistency of movement .
     
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  15. river

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    Why and How so ?
     
  16. river

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    For me there is no such thing entropy . No energy .
     
  17. wegs With brave wings, she flies . . . Valued Senior Member

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    Well, the entropy of the universe always increases, so I'm assuming anyway, that if space time were to go on infinitely, entropy would reach a maximum. I'm guessing, but that seems plausible to me.

    Entropy is the measure of energy dispersal within a system. So, in other words, entropy describes or measures the state of a system.
     
  18. river

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    Sure to your last statement .

    But now expand this system into the greater Universe .

    What then is the state of our Universe ?
     
  19. river

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    Our state in this Universe , is that everywhere we observe , we find more Galaxies , and more ......
     
  20. river

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    So far multiple Universes are not physical .
     
  21. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    ... (?) funder-mental wave form cyclic formation algorithm ?
    is that not a little ott when it comes to known variables ?
    ... Vis-à-vis what is the current speculation ?

    i have heard come statistics around intelligent life and that being quiet a small fraction.
     
  22. river

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    To your last statement ; what are you saying ? What are you implying ?
     
  23. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    the universe may be infinitely large, however, the statistical chance of intelligent life evolving on a planet long enough for us to locate it is possibly quite a bit more infinitely less likely.
    (note my use of infinite as a vernacular)

    not that i object to panspermia, i think that is logically fairly obvious.
    however, when we look at the requirement for life to evolve it requires a combination that as it turns out is fairly rare.
    there are not many of our type of suns around.

    how many planets with equal gravity have we found with equal sun light and water ?
    none (as yet)

    e.g
    is our gravity a mandatory strength as a required gravity force for intelligent life to evolve ?
    humans cant breed in zero gravity... as yet, and any human born in low-G will not be able to visit earth
    etc etc etc...

    when you add all that up and look at it statistically,
    regardless of how infinitely big the universe appears, the equal statistical chance of all the required conditions is fantastically small.

    if we learn how to fold space then things may change.
    or develop gravity drives that go faster than light.
     

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