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Are Parallel Universes Real?

INTRODUCTION:

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Materialistic individuals believe only those "things" that they can see, taste, touch, hear, or feel exists. Their modern world and its workings are all explained by things and view spiritual teachings that include spirit, afterlife, souls, and life-giving energy as myth and outlandish. Besides, their belief is based on science that has deciphered our universe with the discovery of atoms, molecules, DNA, and electronic chips. This creates a wide gap between spirituality and science.
Therefore, the gap can only be bridged by understanding this deception. I have been mesmerized by how intelligent people in the same situation and a set of facts and eventually come up with totally different theories and conclusions.

HAS SCIENCE DEBUNKED PARALLEL  UNIVERSES?
Is our universe unique? Regardless of the answer to this question is yes or no, there is more missing information that can be explained on this problem. Since the early 20th-century, physicists have been pondering seemingly outlandish theories that explain our universe. Some of these still puzzle scientists. Our universe is believed to have come from a dot or so-called singularity. Mysteries shroud the primary components of atoms and molecules. They are energy but their description and their apparent ability to be in many places at the same instant of time still confound scientists.


Towards the 21st century, Science added an array of bizarre theories to explain the so-called “parallel universes.” Although Einstein dispelled the notion that there is something in the vacuum (void) or "empty" space, recently a Nobel Laureate described the void as "full of stuff" having enormous amounts of energy. Furthermore, 96% of our universe is missing "dark matter" and "dark energy" which have not been found, identified, or characterized in comparison to spirits lost in the abyss.

The concept known as the parallel universe is a facet of the astronomical theory of the multi-verse that has been brought forth by scientists to provide evidence of the parallel universes. It provides useful links on what universe really is and the slippery concepts of science, such as the quantum paradox and the space-time conundrum of all possible events existing.

According to The Big Bang Theory, Cosmologists suggested that our universe will stop expanding some day and contract to a singularity starting a new cycle. The only general agreement is that all things in our world was stuffed into this dot. However, faith is a necessity that someday there will be agreement as to what preceded it.

Quantum mechanics theory based on how sub –atoms behave suggests that, according to the laws of possibility, for every outcome that comes from someone’s decision, it's possible that there is a multi-verse.
According to space-time theory, many scientists believe that we live in an infinite universe and that all possible events are also out in space-time in parallel universes. This seems like a bizarre statement. If all possible events exist, why couldn't some of these be our being in heaven?
Another theory for the parallel universes is the exploring mathematical universe that argues the structure of mathematics may change in reference to the universe you reside.

CONCLUSION:
Ironically, in their attempt to finding the solution to these mysteries, scientists propose theories that might be impossible to test or verify, thereby embracing what some might call faith. Science prides itself on having explanations that are verifiable, either through experimentation or by predicting future observations. Yet, it is unclear if multiple or parallel universes can ever be verified.

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