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Title: When The Multivers And Many-Worlds Collide
Date: 03/07/2011
Publication: New Scientist
Editor: Justin Mullins
Extended Text:

TWO of the strangest ideas in modern physics - that the cosmos constantly splits into parallel universes in which every conceivable outcome of every event happens, and the notion that our universe is part of a larger multiverse - have been unified into a single theory. This solves a bizarre but fundamental problem in cosmology and has set physics circles buzzing with excitement, as well as some bewilderment.

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