New research suggests that the mysterious force known as dark energy could lead to the creation of multiple “Big Bangs” and the birth of new universes, much like the creature in the movie Gremlins who multiplied when splashed with water.
According to the study, dark energy – the force that is believed to be causing the accelerating expansion of the universe – could eventually cause the universe to tear apart into smaller “bubbles.” Each of these bubbles would then create a new universe with its own unique set of physical laws and constants.
The idea of multiple universes, or a “multiverse,” has been a topic of debate and speculation in the scientific community for years, but this new research provides a potential explanation for how these other universes could come to exist.
While the idea of multiple universes may seem far-fetched, it is based on the principles of established scientific theories like quantum mechanics and general relativity. The researchers behind the study hope that their work will help to further our understanding of the universe and the nature of dark energy.
Of course, the concept of a multiverse is still just a theory, and there is currently no way to test or confirm its existence. Nonetheless, the idea of a universe that is constantly expanding and creating new possibilities is a fascinating one that is sure to continue capturing the imaginations of scientists and non-scientists alike.