are there many universes?

@versio9 (329)
Philippines
August 23, 2009 9:12am CST
could there be not one but many or multiverses as astronomers call it?
5 responses
@tarachand (3895)
• India
21 Aug 11
Mathematical proof suggests that an infinite number of universes are possible-they could have laws of nature that are quite different from those that are present in our corner of the universe, maybe they occupy the same space or overlap our universe. Also, there is a possibility that blackholes are gateways to other universes. We, humans are at a vary nascent stage of development at any level-today even traveling to the nearest star - the Alpha Centuri would take us about 70,000 years at the fastest speed that human created objects have attained - about 37,000 kms/hr. Alpha Centuri is just a little more than 4 light years away, and the known universe is huge comprising of billions of galaxies like our Milky Way Galaxy.
• Canada
23 Aug 09
I beleive so, there came be multiple dimesions of this universe that we know about...who knows!
@springs (926)
• India
23 Aug 09
Defnitely they are , Universe is unlimited we cannot expect anything.They may be universes so many worlds,so many stars.We reached other worlds only through space probes they proved and provided so many proofs as an evidence of the galaxies.
• United States
23 Aug 09
Truthfully, I don't want to know. I figure the less that I know about space the better. There is enough stuff right here on earth that most of us can't figure out yet and we still need to examine.
• United States
23 Aug 09
I believe it could be possible, that they are layered one on top of another. With all the theories thrown out about this and the Sci-fi novels and shows about it. Who's to say there is not? Personally if there is, i don't think i would be a good idea to truly Know lol With the human race being what it is, we'd attempt to go to the other universes and cause some sort if catastrophe that would endanger and/or kill us all 0.0 So lets hope that if there is, that we never find out for sure.