New Dark Energy Discovery Suggests Alien Life In Other Universes

New Dark Energy Discovery Suggests Alien Life In Other Universes

The key to the finding, the researchers said, is dark energy, a mysterious "force" that is accelerating the expansion of the Universe. He further added that just a small portion of the "baby universes" take birth so that they possess the adequate quantity of "dark energy", something that is required to support life.

They utilized huge computer system simulations to recommend that, if other universes exists, they might be just as most likely to harbor life.

Cosmologists from the Durham University in the United Kingdom and Australia's University of Sydney, Western Sydney University, and the University of Western Australia used huge computer simulations of our observed universe to examine how different levels of dark energy might affect the development of life.

New research stemming from a collaboration between Australia's University of Sydney, Western Sydney University, the University of Western Australia, andDurham University, UK, suggests that even if the Multiverse hypothesis is true, life could still exist outside of the Universe humans reside in.

The group containing analysts from England, Australia, and the Netherlands arrived at this determination subsequent to running a program called "Advancement and Assembly of Galaxies and their Environments".

Scientists looked at how different levels of dark energy might affect the development of life - specifically focusing on how it might impact star and planet formation.

The team claimed that even if the universe has 100 times more dark energy than our universe, stars and planets still have time to form - increasing the possibility that Alien life may exist outside of our own universe.

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This opens the doors to the likelihood that life could be feasible throughout an extensive range of other universes, if they thrived the researchers said.

In general, it is clear that our understanding of dark energy is lacking.

Their findings are released in 2 associated documents in the journal Regular monthly Notifications of the Royal Astronomical Society. Most of the experts have said the parallel universes to be non-supporters of the evolution of life.

The research suggests that if we reside in the Multiverse, we should observe about 50 times the amount of dark energy that we now do.

We would expect to see up to 50 times more in our cosmos based on the multiverse theory, they said.

"The formation of stars in a universe is a battle between the attraction of gravity, and the repulsion of dark energy", said study author and Durham University researcher Professor Richard Bower.

So, do we need more dark energy inside our universe?

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