Friday, March 26, 2010

Headlines: Evidence Grows for Multiverse

Evidence is growing that we don't just live in a universe. Rather, our universe is just one of many universes, in a bigger "multiverse".

As National Geographic reported Monday:

In 2008 scientists reported the discovery of hundreds of galaxy clusters streaming in the same direction at more than 2.2 million miles (3.6 million kilometers) an hour.

By way of background, I pointed out last May:

[One region of space] has such a massive gravitational pull, that it is pulling our entire galaxy and all of the nearby galaxies towards it at the speed of 1,000,000 miles an hour ...

We don't feel any movement because everything on Earth and in our galaxy is moving at the same speed. In other words, we don't feel the movement for the same reason that we don't feel the Earth rotate: everything around us is rotating at the same time.

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