Aliens Exist However Might Be In Parallel Universe

Aliens Exist However Might Be In Parallel Universe

A new study has come up with the collaborative research of different universities which tells that regardless of the truth of the Multiverse hypothesis, life can survive outside the Universe in which humans live. The dark energy is defined as the odd force, which is triggering the universe to expand.

"For many physicists, the unexplained but seemingly special amount of dark energy in our Universe is a frustrating puzzle,"Jaime Salcido, a postgraduate student from Durham University, said in a press release".

Theories regarding dark energy that have been proposed previously suggest that our universe has the "perfect amount" of dark energy - a force which acts against gravity and is responsible for making the cosmos expand at an accelerated rate.

The search for alien life has always been a priority for many scientists and enthusiasts alike, and the fact that this alien life is quite likely to exist outside of our universe is comforting in a way. But given the levels of dark energy in our Universe, there is likely a natural law we have yet to discover.

The team claimed that even if the universe has 100 times more dark energy than our universe, stars and planets still have time to form - increasing the possibility that Alien life may exist outside of our own universe.

Researcher Richard Bower of the Durham University said that according to him, a "new law of physics" should be looked for in order to completely explain the mysterious "property of our Universe", which can not be done appropriately by the theory of Multiverse. Most of the experts have said the parallel universes to be non-supporters of the evolution of life.

Their findings are published in two related papers in the journal MMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

"The formation of stars in a universe is a battle between the attraction of gravity, and the repulsion of dark energy", said study author and Durham University researcher Professor Richard Bower. And they find out that Dark energy plays an important role to form such conditions.

The research depicted that if humans would be live in a Multiverse then they should be observing near about fifty times higher dark energy that they are doing at the present.

The presenter and physicist Prof Brian Cox supports the idea there may be many universes. Stephen Hawking's final theory of the cosmos, completed only weeks before his death in March, stated that reality may be made up of multiple universes.

The enigmatic material is invisible because it does not reflect light, and has never been directly observed by scientists.

The European Space Agency says: 'Shine a torch in a completely dark room, and you will see only what the torch illuminates.

"Similarly we know dark matter exists but have never observed it directly".

Just five per cent the observable universe consists of known material such as atoms and subatomic particles.

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