The physics community has debated the various multiverse theories over time. Prominent physicists are divided about whether any other universes exist outside of our own. Some physicists say the multiverse is not a legitimate topic of scientific inquiry.
Not only can we not disprove any multiverse theory, we can't prove them either. We currently have no evidence that multiverses exists, and everything we can see suggests there is just one universe — our own.
There is zero evidence for other universes. So the biggest misconception about the multiverse is that it's a bone fide theory that's been proven. “It isn't—it doesn't really have a mathematical basis—it is a collection of ideas,” said Lewis.
The Omniverse exists in the surrounding emptiness known as The Outside, a void of virtual nothingness. Whatever may lie outside of these concepts is simply referred to as Beyond, one of the many iterations contained by Transcendentem. Two Godverses orbit the Omniverse, one belonging to Creator, and one to Destroyer.
multiverse, a hypothetical collection of potentially diverse observable universes, each of which would comprise everything that is experimentally accessible by a connected community of observers. The observable known universe, which is accessible to telescopes, is about 90 billion light-years across.
And because the multiverse is unreachable, physically and philosophically, astronomers may not be able to find out—for sure—if it exists at all. Determining whether or not we live on one of many islands, though, isn't just a quest for pure knowledge about the nature of the cosmos.
The world as we know it has three dimensions of space—length, width and depth—and one dimension of time. But there's the mind-bending possibility that many more dimensions exist out there. According to string theory, one of the leading physics model of the last half century, the universe operates with 10 dimensions.
The Teraverse is the fifth nested level of the metric -verse series and the second lowest-level archverse. This -verse contains a finite or infinite amount of gigaverses, which are the fourth nested level. It is contained by the Petaverse, which is an finite or infinite set of teraverses.
The Gigaverse is the fourth nested level of the metric -verse series and the lowest-level archverse. This -verse contains a finite or infinite amount of megaverses, which are the third nested level. It is contained by the Teraverse, which is an finite or infinite set of gigaverses.
Godverses are realms beyond the Omniverse that are home to all-powerful all-seeing gods. There are three Godverses within The Barrel; one belonging to Creator, one belonging to Destroyer, and one belonging to Hyperman.
The Sun is one among hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way galaxy, and most of those stars have their own planets, known as exoplanets. The Milky Way is but one of billions of galaxies in the observable universe — all of them, including our own, are thought to have supermassive black holes at their centers.
Our universe is also called the cosmos. It is originally a greek word. In early days it was thought that our Galaxy constituted the entire universe.
The term dark matter was coined in 1933 by Fritz Zwicky of the California Institute of Technology to describe the unseen matter that must dominate one feature of the universe—the Coma Galaxy Cluster.
According to the Book of Genesis, God created the universe - and all the heavenly bodies, the sun, the moon, and the stars - in six days. But according to contemporary cosmologists the universe began with a great explosion known as the Big Bang, after which the stars and galaxies slowly formed over billions of years.
As it stands, the universe is the largest object that we are aware of. There is nothing larger, and everything we can smell, hear, taste, touch, or see is a part of it.
There's a limit to how much of the universe we can see. The observable universe is finite in that it hasn't existed forever. It extends 46 billion light years in every direction from us.
Multiverse, or megaverse, any hypothetical set of multiple universes in cosmology and other disciplines.
The Teraverse is about 30 octillion ly (usually) and ours is about that size. Its dimensionality is hard to explain.
The Hyperverse is the fifth and second to last Archverse. If we only count finite Archverses, the Hyperverse would be the last. A Hyperverse is a collection of Xenoverses, randomly scattered around, except if the Xenoverse is unable to assume a random position in space and is dependant upon another Xenoverse or else.
The Xenoverse is the largest official Archverse in the Wikiverse, and the largest Archverse in the original chain (Universe, multiverse, metaverse, hyperverse, omniverse, xenoverse).
The Omniverse is defined as (1) the totality of all physical universes in the Multiverse, plus (2) the Spiritual Dimensions including the Afterlife, Intelligent Civilization of Souls, Spiritual Beings, and Source.
Below is a list of the names of 90 archverses past Yottaverse. Currently, there is no accepted extended system that the metric hierarchy system uses, mainly because these -verses aren't useful as concepts.
The 3D volumetric structure or form of human facial features contains spatial dimensions of breadth, height and width, combined with a unique surface pattern. The 4D temporal pattern of the human face encompasses all dynamic movement and changes to this 3D spatial form that evolve with time.
According to this model, there are only three dimensions of linear direction: variations of up, right, and forward. In other words, height, length, and width. But even with all the practicality of Euclid's model, the concept cannot be mathematically proven, opening the doorway to another fourth direction.
In everyday life, we inhabit a space of three dimensions – a vast 'cupboard' with height, width and depth, well known for centuries. Less obviously, we can consider time as an additional, fourth dimension, as Einstein famously revealed.