As a matter can fall into another universe


Leap from our universe to the other - it is theoretically possible, say physicists. And the technology to test the idea, are available today.

As stated in some theories, our world can exist in parallel with other universes that are in other dimensions. And among other prospects arising from this theory, not least to the idea that the objects of our universe can jump to another.

A few years ago, Michael Sarrazin from the University of Namur in Belgium, demonstrated how matter can make a jump in the presence of a strong magnetic potential. This was the theoretical basis for the actual movement of matter.

Sarrazin and colleagues insist that our galaxy creates a large enough magnetic potential that is possible. If this is the case, then we will be able to observe how the matter to jump from our universe to the other and back again, in the laboratory. In fact, these observations may already have been made in some experiments.

Scientists estimate that the highest probability of such a jump in the neutron number is one in a million.

But that does not mean that this is the place to be in reality. This calculation makes it clear that if this happens, it is not very often.

As demonstrated their theoretical work, the change in the gravitational potential should affect the probability of a jump of matter. Therefore, a proposal was made to conduct an experiment with neutrons for a year or even longer, which will make the world at least one complete revolution around the sun.

During this time, the gravitational potential will change that will affect the speed jumps matter.

This would be one of the biggest and most controversial discoveries of modern physics. The present level of development of the technology allows for such a study today.

Original: Technologyreview

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