- Oct 11, 2000
Or does it contradict the very definition of universe?
Originally posted by: QuitBanningMe
Have they come to any conclusions on the speed of gravity? Last I heard it was the speed of light wich would hinder multi-universe theories.
Originally posted by: edro13
Like most things, it is purely symantecs.
When you are talking about "mirror" universes that are impossible to access, I guess you could call it universes. Even if you have multiple universes or multiple branes (membranes), the entire thing together is a "universe."
I think we all understand your question, and you can't answer it since humans created the word.