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Physicist Says Parallel Universes Definitely Exist And We May Soon Explore Them

World’s top physicists bring up a few mind-blowing theories on parallel universes, supporting Stephen Hawking’s claims.

Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll suggests that some clues in the “small-scale structure” of our universe lead to the existence of another parallel universe. These claims were brought up on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.

According to Carroll, the fact that electrons, photons, and other particles don’t have one set location in this world, suggests that there are other parallel universes.

In a follow-up interview with, Carroll spoke about these claims. “But there’s a lot more going on,” he said. “Not every world you imagine actually comes true.”

We have accepted common sense rules of physics in this world, but truth is, common sense breaks down at very minuscule scales. At the quantum level, space is comprised of small particles that pop in and out of existence.

Bell’s theorem may provide the answers we’ve been looking for. It is focused on situations where small particles have contact and then take separate ways.

“There are still equations, physical rules, patterns that must be obeyed. Some possible alternate worlds can come true. But not all of them,” Carroll said.

Carroll has shared some jaw-dropping theories on the Big Bang theories and the nature of time. These theories are definitely controversial. His claims suggest that the universe didn’t start through a huge explosion as we are told.

Carroll is convinced that the university is an infinitely old entity that inflates constantly. He also suggests that time goes forward and backward in this university.

There are no simple words to explain quantum physics.

“As far as we currently know,” he writes. “Quantum mechanics isn’t just an approximation to the truth; it is the truth. Physics is stuck trying to understand the fundamentals of nature and the Big Bang. It’s time to take a step back and understand its foundations. It’s time to tackle our understanding of the quantum world.”

In 2011, physicist Brian Greene wrote a rather mind-blowing book. “The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos” made people ask questions.

“You almost can’t avoid having some version of the multiverse in your studies if you push deeply enough in the mathematical descriptions of the physical universe,” Greene told NPR.

“There are many of us thinking of one version of parallel universe theory or another. If it’s all a lot of nonsense, then it’s a lot of wasted effort going into this far-out idea. But if this idea is correct, it is a fantastic upheaval in our understanding.”

Stephen Hawking said that the Big Bang theory opened the possibility for many other universes.

People were long unable to understand quantum physics. However, Carroll believes that this will change in the near future. We are living in an era of advanced technology and impossible is nothing.

“Now we’re getting better at that,” Carroll says. “Technology has improved. Maybe things are going to change.”

Green, Carroll, and Hawking have made a point. Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee will try to determine whether we’re surrounded by other multiverses. Maybe there are just mirror images of this reality.

Experts send a beam of subatomic particles down a 50-foot tunnel, past a strong magnet, and into an impenetrable wall.

“If it exists, it would form a bubble of reality nestling within the fabric of space and time alongside our own familiar universe, with some particles capable of switching between the two,” lead researcher Leah Broussard said in an interview with New Scientist.