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What is the multiverse?

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No one knows if there is such a thing as a multiverse. In astronomy, this refers to the theory that the universe is not all that there is.

It postulates that our own universe (itself massive beyond all comprehension) is itself just one universe in a massive array of universes - this is called the multiverse. The multiverse could be infinite in size (not generally agreed).

The key idea with this theory is that there are a great number, and potentially infinite, number of parallel universes. Whether this theory could ever be empirically proved even in the fullness of time seems highly doubtful.

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