Scientist May Have Discovered Alternate Universes
Scientist May Have Discovered Alternate Universes. Alternate or parallel universes may actually exist, according to the findings of one astrophysicist, but many in the scientific community aren’t convinced. Ranga-Ram Chary, U.S. Planck Data Center’s project manager in California, recently discovered a “mysterious glow” by mapping the Cosmic Microwave Background, otherwise known as the light that was left over from a few hundred thousand years after the Big Bang. Ordinarily, Chary would have found nothing “except noise.” But the spots of light were 4,500 times brighter than they should have been. Chary concluded that the glow could represent matter from another universe “leaking” or colliding into ours. This would validate the hypothesis that our universe is merely “a region within an eternally inflating super-region,” said Chary in an Astrophysical Journal study published in September. Cosmologists have speculated about multiple universes for years, but have thus far been unable to prove their existence. Cha
He maintains that it’s too premature to cite an alternate universe as the explanation. “But it could also be something new and unexpected,” Vilenkin added.