Hawking's final work could be key to unlocking parallel universes

Hawking's final work could be key to unlocking parallel universes

The report says that the paper discloses how we could measure other universes using a detector on a spaceship, and it was completed on his deathbed.

"He has often been nominated for the Nobel and should have won it", Hertog told the Sunday Times of Hawking's final work.

The world-renowned British Physicist, who died peacefully on March 14, set out the mathematical calculation required by a space probe to find the scientific proofs that could confirm the existence of "multiverse".

Now being reviewed by a leading scientific journal, the paper - "A Smooth Exit from Eternal Inflation" - may turn out to be Hawking's most important scientific legacy. The research also suggests that the Earth will cease to exist when the stars run out of energy.




But so far, the evidence produced by the relativistic equations shows it unlikely, as far as humanity can now perceive of such infinite universes. But Hawking might have had a last brilliant idea that would make it possible to confirm the multiverse with tangible evidence from observation.

Hertog said Sunday that the theory, if provable, could have led to a Nobel Prize for Hawking. The idea has always been explored in science fiction, but Hawking's paper reportedly does the math and describes a way to test the theory by measuring background radiation with a deep space probe. However, the duo has worked out ways to actually prove that there are indeed ways to scientifically test for other realities around us. Nobel Prizes can not be awarded posthumously. Canada's Perimeter Institute director Neil Turok, one of Hawking's friends, said he remained puzzled as to why he found this picture interesting.

Carlos Frenk, who is a professor of Cosmology at the University of Durham, has argued that the work is exactly "what cosmology needed", stating that finding the evidence would completely change our perception of the cosmos. But the physicist lived for more than a half century more, and in the ensuing time revolutionized theories around black holes and other fundamental features of the universe.

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