The Expansion of the Early Universe, the Peculiarity of the Double Slit Experiment, American Physicist Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Theory, the Eddington Number and its Relation to the Multiverse, the Estimated Number of Parallel Universes, and the Reason Gravitational Waves Signify a Multiverse

The early universe expanded exponentially, doubling in size over and over again within a fraction of a second during the Big Bang. Eternal inflation posits that the universe continued to generate new universes as it expanded in its size. The Double Slit experiment at it’s most fundamental base is essentially a beam of electrons which have 2 choices, a left slit or a right slit carved into a solid sheet. The electrons always go through both slits because they behave according to the laws of the q...

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