In order to avoid the end of our Universe, we could learn how to slip into a parallel Universe, says known physicist Michio Kaku. Like many of his colleagues in the international scientific community, he believes that the Universe will end with a Big Freeze.
This phenomenon will take place many billions of years from now, as the Cosmos will slowly grind to halt, stop its expansion, and then literally freeze over. This will happen on account of the fact that temperatures will drop near absolute zero, preventing the Universe from supporting life any further.
Many experts believe that this is a fate nothing can escape from. As such, Kaku says, it may be wise to think of a solution, and slipping to a parallel reality is a pretty neat way of doing this. Interestingly, an experiment is underway to see whether such realities exist.
Scientists working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research's (CERN) Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are looking for nanoscale black holes, structures that are theoretically impossible due to the fact that they break the Planck limit.
As such, if they are discovered, then theoretical physicists will interpret this as a parallel Universe providing extra gravitational input for the formation of the small black hole, Daily Galaxy
Oddly enough, the existence of dark energy and dark matter themselves may be the result of gravity leaking into our reality from a parallel Universe just a few millimeters aways. “The multiverse is no longer a model, it is a consequence of our models,” says CERN particle physicist Aurelien Barrau.
“The idea of multiple universes is more than a fantastic invention – it appears naturally within several scientific theories, and deserves to be taken seriously,” the investigator explains. He adds that the existence of such a parallel Universe even make sense from a theoretical perspective.
The existence of such a reality “does not even assume speculative modern physics, merely that space is infinite and rather uniformly filled with matter as indicated by recent astronomical observations,” adds Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) cosmologist Max Tegmark,
Mathematical theories have evidenced decades ago that it's possible a single reality existed shortly after the Big Bang, but that it literally branched out in multiple directions shortly afterwards. If that is the case, then one of the key theoretical obstacles against time travel is eliminated.
All that remains to be done in order to secure our species' survival is to find a way of passing into the alternative reality. Over the next few billions years experts have at their disposal to fix this issue, scientists will definitely think of something in this direction.