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Did the Universe Have an Infinite Number Of

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That might sound like what happens when a poet reads a physics textbook, but it's an actual theory put forward by Stephen Hawking-grade scientists. Stephen Hawking, in fact, and Professor Thomas Hertog of CERN, who came up with a unique answer to how the universe began: "In every way imaginable."

That's not the result of chemically-assisted consciousness, either, they actually derived their way to that solution to solve problems in the existing approach. Physics is excellent at starting somewhere and working out what happens afterwards - but when the whole question is "how did things start?" you can't do that.

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Uhu, it's one of the already well-established speculations.

And?

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This kind of thing confuses my brain.

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Uhu, it's one of the already well-established speculations.

And?

I think the main point (although the sound-bite style article is woefully short on details) is that Hawking and Hertog have found a way of quantitatively identifying evidence of the early multiple-reality form of the universe as discontinuities in the cosmic microwave background radiation.

Of course Triade is completely right. The Daily Galaxy article may have indeed been `news' back when Hawking and Hertog actually wrote their paper (arXiv link) back in 2006!

Apparently on slow news days editors at the Daily Galaxy search through old research.

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This kind of thing confuses my brain.

Same here.

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