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B Do multiverses follow the same laws of physics?

  1. Jun 13, 2018 #1
    Recently I was watching Lawrence Krauss on YouTube talking about the universe originating from empty space, which seemed to make sense when he described that nothing isn't really nothing.

    Then he later in the video he asked the question of whether multiverses would also follow the same laws of physics.
    My thoughts on this are that they likely would since the instability of empty space seems to already portray a law of nature. Perhaps even the law of gravity itself existed before our universe did?

    Please do share your thoughts, thanks.

    Here is the video :

     
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  3. Jun 13, 2018 #2

    davenn

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    well my initial thoughts are ....
    Since we don't even know if multiverses exist, it's pretty difficult to know what physics they follow
    It's almost a pointless discussion
     
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