Multiple Universes Coming into Contact

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Two (or more) Big Bangs produce multiple Universes: What happens if they touch?
Imagine there were two simultaneous Big Bangs, each producing an independent Universe, and well separated from each other at their formation. Presumably because each would have its own unique set of initial conditions and would follow its own development timeline, they would each have different sets of physical constants, and perhaps even different physical laws.

What would happen at the conjunction if they grew sufficiently large for them to touch?
 

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Imagine there were two simultaneous Big Bangs, each producing an independent Universe, and well separated from each other at their formation.

You can't just "imagine" this. You need to find an actual model in a valid reference (textbook or peer-reviewed paper) that has this property. (Hint: You won't because there isn't one.)
 
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The OP is not based on a valid premise. Thread closed.
 

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