- Hulea Nicolae
Parallel Earths existing in our Universe - consider running mathematical combinations over the finite number of particles that form a galaxy
There is no need for parallel universes to have parallel Earths, it is just a problem of distance. When considering that the Universe is infinite in space and omogen as laws, knowing that galaxies have a clear range of sizes thus a finite number of particles that have limited combinations, it is expected that not only somewhere over a distance that may never be overcomed there is a parallel Earth in a parallel Milky Way but that there is an infinite number of Earths, where you are doing exactly the same reading.
As far as we could understand of the whole universe so far there are few predictions:
- the theory of relativity describes perfectly the mechanism of the macro universe, when we looked further into the past with deep field photography the earlier stages were seen as expected in perfect accordance to our contemporary paradigm of the inflating universe.
- the shape is flat, look on the information regarding measurements of the microwave background that helped us define the shape. Knowledge that it is flat and combined with the above information basically it is saying that if you would be placed in any segment of the known Universe you would see around the same image as from Earth: stars, galaxies, clusters of galaxies, farther to each other when in the neighbourhood and closer as we look back into the past. Expectation is that over the event horizont, our visual range of 13,5 billion years, the Universe should be the same for an unlimited amount of space. The Universe is infinite in space but is not infinite in time thou, as there is a start and progression from there.
- if the universe is omogen and infinite in size, not empty but with the same density of galaxies as around us, and if we realize that regardless how big the galaxies are they are still finite and relatively isolated systems once they formed and the expansion is putting more and more space between each other, then we can assume that there are galaxies with exactly the same mass as the Milky Way