Evidence for Multiverse?

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Evidence for Multiverse?
Posted by Bullfox on Wednesday, October 09, 2013 4:09 PM

Recently I read that results from the Planck mission may show some evidence for a multiverse in the cosmic microwave radiation background.   The way I understand it is something like the following . If you were blowing soap bubbles out of a pipe, as the bubbles grew on the pipe bowl prior to breaking free there would de something like domain walls between the individual bubbles where they touched against each other.  Then when the group of bubbles broke free of the pipe and begain to break apart and burst the resulting spray of soap film would have a pattern that left a record of the domain walls.  Planck has apparently found something similar in the CMRB.  Does anyone have more information on this?

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Posted by Primordial on Thursday, October 10, 2013 9:09 AM
Bullfox : I haven't seen any new information the older stuff was " dark flow ", and that was back last year. But I would also be interested. Thank you for the renewed quest.

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