Observational Consequences of an Interacting Multiverse
AbstractThe observability of the multiverse is at the very root of its physical significance as a scientific proposal. In this conference we present, within the third quantization formalism, an interacting scheme between the wave functions of different universes and analyze the effects of some particular values of the coupling function. One of the main consequences of the interaction between universes can be the appearance of a pre-inflationary stage in the evolution of the universes that might leave observable consequences in the properties of the CMB. View Full-Text
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Robles-Pérez, S.J. Observational Consequences of an Interacting Multiverse. Universe 2017, 3, 49.
Robles-Pérez SJ. Observational Consequences of an Interacting Multiverse. Universe. 2017; 3(2):49.Chicago/Turabian Style
Robles-Pérez, Salvador J. 2017. "Observational Consequences of an Interacting Multiverse." Universe 3, no. 2: 49.
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