As to why there is so little dark energy in this universe, scientists still do not seem to have an answer, but they believe that the multiverse theory does not give the right answers. "So why is there so much dark energy in our universe?"
"We have found in our simulations that universes with much more dark energy than ours can happily form stars".
Radio cosmologists from around the globe have been stuck to their sets for a considerable length of time to tune in to that one sound from some place in space which would demonstrate that an outsider life, adequately propelled, exists some place in our universe.
Scientists are yet to agree on the existence of a multiverse where our universe is only one of many, but if it does, it might not be as inhospitable to life as previously thought.
" The development of stars in a universe is a fight in between the tourist attraction of gravity and the repulsion of dark energy", stated Teacher Richard Bower of Durham University's Institute for Computational Cosmology. Any more would cause a rapid expansion leading to the breakdown of matter before life could be formed.
"For many physicists, the unexplained but seemingly special amount of dark energy in our Universe is a frustrating puzzle", said Jaime Salcido from Durham University in Britain.
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According to a new pair of studies in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, there's a decent chance that life-fostering planets could exist in a parallel universe - even if that universe were being torn apart by dark energy.
As mentioned above, the team managed to arrive at these conclusions using a sophisticated computer simulation - specifically the EAGLE (Evolution and Assembly of Galaxies and their Environments) projects.
The research suggests that if we reside in the Multiverse, we should observe about 50 times the amount of dark energy that we now do.
The main theory regarding dark energy asserts that our universe was created with a brief burst that allowed it to expand at a rapid pace. This shows that the universe is still expanding in some areas and will continue to grow indefinitely.
Until then, we may have to settle for the knowledge that these multinational organizations may well have Alien life, but there is no way to prove this.
This opens up the prospect that life could be possible throughout a wider range of other universes, if they exist, the researchers said.