Subject: Why not millions of universes?
Date: Sat Mar 27 16:10:25 1999
Posted by Dave
Grade level: grad (non-science)
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Area of science: Astronomy
Couldn't the question of where is the missing mass in the
universe be answered if we postulated the existence of multiple
universes, the mass of their expanding edges aggregating to form
new points of singularities and then new Big Bangs? Might there
be millions and billions of universes?
Re: Why not millions of universes?
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