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The Hawking-Hartle model describes the universe in its early stages and explains that there was no existence of time before the Big Bang and that the beginning of the universe as a concept is meaningless. Speaking about the paper, it discusses the possibilities of the multiverse theory and how we can gather data of its existence bundled in a mathematical expression. It also predicted an infinite number of big bangs that each created its own universe. According to the research, the universe will come to an end when stars run out of energy. He was often nominated for the Nobel Prize and should have won it.
"Their goal was to transform the idea of a multiverse into a testable scientific framework". The idea on which this mathematically calculated paper is relying, depicts that a space probe would need to gather evidence regarding the existence of a parallel universe. Scientists said it is the first such theory that could actually be tested in experiments.
Professor Carlos Frenk, a cosmologist, believes that it has been impossible to detect other universes before now. His fellow scientists and many people around the world recognise that he is a deep thinker and have one of the most brilliant minds in science, but his musings regarding cosmology and black holes have yet to get the lockdown evidence that accompanies the physics prices.