James Webb Telescope FINALLY Proves That We Live In A Cosmological Multiverse!
Welcome to Clean Tech. In today's video I will be discussing and sharing all the details on the James Webb Telescope finally proving we live in a cosmological multiverse. But first, I would just like to welcome you to Clean Tech, this is a channel where we share the latest news, rumours, and insights into all things to do with tech. You'll be able to find news surrounding all tech products & more! I would really appreciate it if you could please like and subscribe, also I just wanted to announce as we are a new channel which is growing by the day, we will be launching a giveaway for a $50 Amazon gift card. All you have to do to enter is like and subscribe. The giveaway winner will be announced in due course. Now let's carry on with the video. The recently launched James Webb Telescope has been designed to look back in time, searching the cosmos to find out what existed before the Big Bang and giving us new insight into the origins of our universe. Now, after years of searching, it’s finally found something — and it’s changing everything we thought we knew about the universe forever. As the first deep field image from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope spectacularly confirms, the observable universe is strikingly loaded with mass and matter —- much of which is magnificently grouped in galaxies and clusters of galaxies that are indescribably humbling. It’s hard not to look at such an image and openly wonder how this cosmos and everything in it all came about. And to question what came before the universe as we know it. To that end, this breakthrough Webb image serendipitously meshes with Laura Mersini-Houghton’s new book “Before the Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe and What Lies Beyond.” Within these pages, Mersini-Houghton, a professor of theoretical physics and cosmology at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, tackles cosmology’s toughest questions with the type of intellectual rigor rarely on display in a book aimed at a mainstream audience. As she explains in the book, her fascination with the cosmos’ ultimate questions had their roots in the forlorn former communist country of Albania —- which for decades was almost totally shut off from the outside world. Arguably a de facto prison for its citizens, for Mersini-Houghton, Albania’s night sky became both a refuge and an escape. Today, Mersini-Houghton advocates a theory that marries quantum physics with a multiverse. That is, a hypothetical collection of identical or diverse universes, including the one which we inhabit. The first half of the book is largely devoted to recounting the history of big bang cosmology. During these chapters, she spends a lot of time explaining why the notion of determining what came before the universe’s beginning was long seen as a lesson in futility. But the second part of “Before the Big Bang” is devoted to how Mersini-Houghton and colleagues used complex mathematics to bring new life to her cutting-edge efforts to prove that we live in a multiverse. Mersini-Hougton even makes a compelling argument for the practicality behind such seemingly esoteric research. The internet, computing and all the electronic gadgets on which our society depends —- from medical imaging equipment on through to apocalyptic nuclear weaponry —- would have never been possible without humanity’s initial curiosity about the night sky, Mersini-Houghton writes. That is, without the theory of quantum mechanics “that Einstein and his theoretical- science contemporaries helped create,” she notes in her book. “Someday, we might derive similar benefits from discoveries related to the investigation of the multiverse,” writes Mersini-Houghton. As “anomalous scars” on the sky via processes of quantum entanglement, writes Mersini-Houghton.
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