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    Thumbs down SWaB: This Is Why The Multiverse Must Exist



    https://www.forbes.com/sites/startsw...g#2f6df7256d08

    While many independent Universes are predicted to be created in an inflating spacetime, inflation never ends everywhere at once, but rather only in distinct, independent areas separated by space that continues to inflate. This is where the scientific motivation for a Multiverse comes from, and why no two Universes will ever collide.
    If there are multiverses within space the universe is not homogenous nor is it isotropic and conservation of momentum and angular momentum do not hold.
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    "Cosmologists are often wrong, but never in doubt" - Lev Landau

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    Default Re: SWaB: This Is Why The Multiverse Must Exist

    Quote Originally Posted by jcj380 View Post
    "Cosmologists are often wrong, but never in doubt" - Lev Landau
    Ah... Landau.... so sane.

    I'm sure that cosmologists such as the author of the article do not want to be reminded that:
    If there are multiverses within space the universe is not homogenous nor is it isotropic and conservation of momentum and angular momentum do not hold.
    That rests on merely observing that Noether's Theorem is fundamental to the possibility of conservation laws existing and therefore physics is possible. I would respect their position more if they addressed the issue by some handwaving or better argument that the violation would be small. But this ignoring the issue is really irksome.
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