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Are there any mathematics that address the effect neighboring universes may have on our universe...for instance dark matter or energy, could they be the effect of other universes gravitational forces into our universe?
[quote = Pmb] Can it be said that the scientist from our universe is the god (lower case is used to respect the God of my religion) of the child universe he created?
I have read somewhere that asymmetries in the CMBR might be due to adjacent "universe's" but I am far from convinced.I think our universe is surrounded by an impenetrable barrier much like a BH.
History shows we thought ourselves to be the center of the universe (and now perhaps universes).
Mathematics proved our position in the solar system and subsequently in the universe long before we could observe and verify with instruments.
I am curious if anyone is pursuing this as I would love to read about the physics involved and how it would be computed.
Not sure what the "SF" acronym means ...
It's intriguing for me to consider Lagrange types of areas ...
PmbThe first rebuttal you have misses my point...
... the question I pose is whether gravitational forces outside our observable universe may have an influence on our universe.
Surely not, as he/she did not create the false vacuum, but simply caused the universe to develop from pre-existing material.
Can it be said that the scientist from our universe is the god (lower case is used to respect the God of my religion) of the child universe he created? This question is asked so as to stimulate the mind as to what it really means when we use the term God. Do we mean the intelligent designer/creator of this universe or to we mean an omnipotent omniscient being who created the universe. An interesting question to ask of science now is if it is actually possible for an advanced race to obtain the minimal requirements to do the job. Perhaps God will not allow this to happen so perhaps He made it impossible. There's the fun of physics and religion. We can ask these cool questions. We don't really need an answer because it is usually the question that leads us to new and interesting things.
I won't discuss religion in a physis discussion board beyond what I've said in this thread up to and including this post. If you want to continue then I suggest you start a thread in the appropriate forum.
... my own feeling is that greater precision would be achieved by using a term such as "manufacture" and reserving "create" for creation from nothing.