Challenging the coexisting idea o the parallel worlds, researchers of the Griffith University proposed a new hypothesis claiming that if the parallel universes are real then they must interact. What! But, why? Is it necessary?
They said, “It’s kind of radical idea, but it looks very interesting and promising.” And now you see, how they explained the interaction of the parallel worlds.
Worlds may not are existing abreast but might follow one of the sci-fi movie plot existing by mirroring each other. Perhaps it is the world where the asteroid didn’t hit the dinosaurs. And the others are almost identical to this one, inhabited by the same things (and people) as this one. Maybe, contradicting in the cirrus cloud’s shapes above parallel-Toronto on a beautiful parallel summer.
It is also thought that quantum forces are perhaps driving the shared existence, behind which the quantum interactions between parallel worlds are working. The similarities interact with quantum forces influencing the world’s outcome by making them slightly dissimilar. However, it is believed that it interacts only in the quantum level. But they think it doesn’t prevent the possibility.
Howard Wiseman, director o the Centre of Quantum Dynamics at Griffith University said. “The beauty of our approach is that if there is just one world, our theory reduces to Newtonian mechanics, while if a gigantic number of words it reproduces quantum mechanics. In between it predicts something new that is neither Newton’s theory nor quantum theory, we also believe that, in providing a new mental picture of quantum effects, it will be useful in planning experiments to test and exploit quantum phenomenon.”