So, provided that the multiverse does in fact exist, are there an infinite number of universes in this multiverse or just a large amount? I've heard that the number is infinite and I've also heard the number is around 10^10^10^7. Also, if the number of universes is finite, how many universes are there, or if the multiverse is infinite, does that mean that any probability based situations could be dissmissed as coincidence as a result of an infinite number of chances for such a situation to occur?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How many universes in multiverse?

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