Stephen Hawking's Final Scientific Paper Points Towards The Existence Of Parallel Universes

Stephen Hawking's Final Scientific Paper Points Towards The Existence Of Parallel Universes

The report mentions that if this theory holds true and the existence of parallel universes is proven scientifically, Hertog will be eligible for a Nobel.

The world-renowned British Physicist, who died peacefully on March 14, set out the mathematical calculation required by a space probe to find the scientific proofs that could confirm the existence of "multiverse".

The latest paper is an attempt at proving the "No-Boundaries" theory that the brilliant physicist framed in 1983 alongside James Hartle to explain the Big Bang in quantum mechanical terms.

The paper titled "A Smooth Exit from Eternal Inflation" had its most recent revisions approved on March 4.

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But so far, the evidence produced by the relativistic equations shows it unlikely, as far as humanity can now perceive of such infinite universes.

It also proposes that our universe will end when all our stars burn out, as we are now sustained from the Bang's original spark. Thomas Hertog expressed his sadness with the fact that Hawking wouldn't receive a Nobel due to the many reasons aforementioned. The new paper aims to make the multiverse easier to grasp, turning it into "a testable scientific framework".

Because Nobel Prizes can not be awarded posthumously, Hawking will never be recognized.

According to Professor Neil Turok, director of Canadas Perimeter Institute and a friend of Hawkings, such ideas are controversial among cosmologists.

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While a number of scientists believe that the work of Stephen gives a much-needed breakthrough to the cosmology and that too because this theory could be tested in experiments, not all agree with him.

Frenk went on to say that if any evidence of other universes could be found, it would completely change how we see our universe.

"Things can get out of a black hole, both to the outside, and possibly, to another universe", Hawking said in a 2008 lecture in Chile.

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