From Don Lincoln at FNAL: “What the heck is a Multiverse? ” Video

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10.16.15

The idea of a multiverse (short for multiple universes) can seem absurd. After all, the definition of universe means everything, so what does it mean to have multiple universes? In this video, Fermilab’s Dr. Don Lincoln lists a couple possible definitions for a multiverse. The reality in which we live might indeed be a very strange place.

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