Quote (GetOnYourKnees @ Aug 29 2017 06:20am)
Why would they? Is there an assumption that the boundaries separating universes resemble semi-permeable membranes, through which diffusion of matter is uniform?
Yes actually, the assumption is when these membranes collide, a "big bang" occurs, and energy is exchanged between universes.
Energy in the truest sense, no particles or mass, just energy, essentially the "super force" (all known types of energy combined into a single force/energy type - that other stuff, separation of forces, mass, particles, matter, etc, comes later after time and expansion)
It's apart of M theory, which is the unification of all 5 string theories, general relativity, special relativity, quantum mechanics, Newtonian physics, and accounts for expansions and dark matter.
Only thing missing is super symmetry.
We need a bigger collider.This post was edited by Ep0ch on Aug 29 2017 05:30am